Mayflower Apartments

The great food and the friendly atmosphere at the Mayflower Apartments means that it’s a favourite with guests. The property only has 20 apartments, so there’s a friendly and cosy feel. The pool is also a really good size and it’s perfect for lengths. As you paddle, you’ll get great views over the fields and the mountains, and at one end, there’s even a children’s pool.

Food is available for guests throughout the day. The owner does all the cooking and hearty portions are commonplace. On Monday nights, there’s also a Greek barbecue. There’s plenty of music and everyone ends up joining in with the traditional dancing!

Overview of Tingaki

Holidays to Kos surround you with historical sights, standout scenery and picturesque beaches.

This 40km-long island is bursting with activities and attractions. Whether you’re looking for a quiet stretch of sand where you can relax or a bustling shopping centre where you can treat yourself, there’s a resort to suit you.

The Mayflower Apartments are located in Tingaki, which is authentically Greek. It’s a calm and relaxing spot to recharge your batteries, but you’re also within easy reach of the much livelier Kos Town.

Things to do in Kos

You’re in a great location at the Mayflower Apartments because the resort centre of Tingaki is only a short stroll away.

At the front of the resort, the sand stretches for more than six kilometres. The constant breezes make the beach incredibly popular with water-sports enthusiasts and you’ll have the chance to try kite surfing, windsurfing, water-skiing and scuba diving. Tavernas and bars also line the back of the beach, so it’s easy to grab a drink and cool down.

Tingaki is a quiet resort but it’s only 15 minutes from Kos Town, which is a cultural hotspot. Tour guides can show you all the places of historic importance, including a castle and the Roman villas.

With low-key resorts, lively towns and beautiful beaches, Kos has the pace of holiday to suit you.

Resort Summary

Tingaki beach is over six kilometres long and is where visitors and locals flock to enjoy the sunshine and bask in the unrivalled scenery of this part of the island. There are lots of sunloungers and parasols lining the sands, and tavernas and bars coat the shoreline, serving up snacks and cold drinks for sunbathing visitors.

This long stretch of sand has plenty of room for sun worshippers and, compared to its neighbouring cities, is blissfully quiet. You can look out across the sea to Turkey as you layer on the sun screen and stretch out over the soft sands. The shallow water here is ideal for those travelling with children as they can wade easily in the warm clear seas.

The town’s constant onshore breeze means this beach is also very popular with watersports enthusiasts. You can explore the waters and have some fun by kite surfing, wind surfing, water skiing and even scuba diving off this coast. Scuba diving courses are offered around the island for both experienced and new divers who want to take advantage of the incredible underwater marine life.