Mythos Apartments

The Mythos Apartments help you celebrate the very best of Kos. The complex is located right on the beach and has its own taverna that serves tasty dishes. It’s no wonder that many of the guests who stay here return time and time again.

The pool is a walk-in space that has a separate section for children. It’s also surrounded by a terrace that has lots of space for sunbathing and palm trees that provide natural shade. Plus, the pool bar plays relaxing music.

The taverna delivers huge portions and a varied menu. There’s also a weekly barbecue night that offers Greek cuisine. You can choose to eat by the pool or at the taverna. After dinner, there’s a bar with a cocktail menu.

Overview of Tingaki

Kos is known for its abundant sandy beaches, its Greek and Roman landmarks and its rugged coastlines. When you head on a holiday to Kos, you can uncover an island that’s packed with endless treasures.

Kos is the largest of the Greek Dodecanese islands, but it’s still incredibly easy to get out and explore. At its longest point, the island only measures 45 kilometres, so when you leave the Mythos Apartments, you’re never far away from the best bits.

The island’s size also means you can enjoy all its towns and resorts during your stay, from the beaches of Tingaki to the history of Kos Town and the nightlife of Kardamena.

Things to do in Kos

Guests that stay at the Mythos Apartments love the location. It’s right in the middle of Tingaki, but it’s set slightly back from the main road, so you get all the benefits of a central location without any of the noise.

Plus, you’re just a two-minute walk away from Tingaki’s lovely sandy beach. It’s a little slice of authentic Greece, and everything’s on the seafront within walking distance.

Further afield, you’re next door to Kos Town. Visit to see the views from the Castle of Neratzia, the archaeological museum and the ruins of historic Roman villas. There’s also buzzing nightlife that will keep you occupied until the early hours of the morning.

With history to uncover, endless beaches and the best attractions never more than a short drive away, on a holiday to Kos no two days are ever the same.

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.