The area is highly touristy and proposes a range of tourist facilities: accommodations, taverns, restaurants, cafe and a great nightlife.
Lambi beach, Kos Town. Located in Kos town this beach stretches from right next the harbour for a distance of more than 1 km. And it is a fully organised beach with sunbeds rentals and umbrellas. The area is highly touristy and proposes a large range of tourist facilities: many accommodations (hotels, rooms, apartments), taverns, restaurants, bars, cafe and night clubs.
Who goes to Lambi?
Younger visitors flock to the town in peak season, although in general all ages are attracted.
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- Lively cosmopolitan nightlife
- Several sand & shingle beaches with an abundance of water sports & chilled out beach bars
- Pavement cafes around buzzing harbour, many tavernas & restaurants
- Picturesque and authentic
Things To Do
Popular activities during Lambi holidays include:
- Hydrotherapy at Thermes (12 kms from Kos Town)
- Walking and hiking.
Excursions During Lambi Holidays
Greek Night: Come with us to the pine covered mountainside village of Zia and to the beautiful venue of Fantasia. This is your chance to be entertained 'Greek style' with our live Bouzouki band and singers along with our amazingly talented dancers. All this whilst you enjoy mouthwatering dishes and unlimited local village wine
Island Tour: In one day journey from ancient Greece to modern day Kos. Explore the nooks and crannies of Kos whilst our English speaking professional guide will keep you entertained with his knowledge and passion for Kos. A chance to visit the Asklepion, the ancient hospital built in memory of Hippocrates, who was born on Kos.
Turkey: A stone's throw away but a world apart. Enjoy the cruise over to Bodrum and take in the sights and delights of what this resort has to offer. Soak up the local history and Turkish atmosphere or pamper yourselves in one of the Turkish baths. A free city tour is also included courtesy of Olympic for you to experience Bodrum at its best. Don't forget your passports!
Nissyros: Your chance to marvel at the untouched beauty of Nissyros. The island famously renowned for hosting an array of dormant volcanic craters. The ancient cobbled streets host a magnitude of experiences for you to enjoy
Waterpark: A wonderful day out at the Lido Waterpark ¿ the one and only on Kos. A wide choice of pools from wave to kids and slides to exhilarate all. Relax whilst topping up your tan on the lazy river or let your kids be entertained at the activity pool area. A superb day out for all
Aegean Cruise: This is the day that holidays were made for. Cruise the Aegean aboard our wooden caique style boat, topping up your tan whilst we take in neighbouring islands, with plenty of time for cooling off in the crystal clear waters.
Bar Crawls: The choice is yours, Kardamena, or Kos Town or both! Join the Olympic team as we show you the best bars and clubs to visit on the island. Not a night to be missed or a night to be forgotten!
For further information and to secure your place on all the above exciting days and nights out, see your Olympic representative in the resort. The best time to book would be at the Welcome Get Together on the day after arrival.
Things To See
Sanctuary of Asklepios: This is the island's' most significant archaeological site. It is about 4 kms from the town standing on a hill. The Asklepieion, offers views over the district as well as Turkey. The site consisted of a religious sanctuary to Asclepius, the God of healing. The Temple and School of Medicine were established after the death of Hippocrates. This is an extensive site over three levels, with the ruins of temples and baths.
Castle of the Knights: Along with the castles on Rhodes and Bodrum, the castle on Kos, built in the 14th century and used by the Knights of St. John, was a defence against the troops of the Ottoman Empire. Today the ramparts offer fantastic views over the town.
Casa Roman: A restored 3rd-century Roman villa that straddles what appears to have been an earlier Hellenistic residence. This roman villa was impressive, with 26 rooms and 3 pools with shady courtyards. The mosaics depict dolphins and lions. The dining room has decorated marble walls and the other rooms were lavishly painted during the Roman era.
Kos Museum: For a town the size of Kos Town, this is an impressive archaeological museum, built by the Italians in the 1930s to display mostly Hellenistic and Roman sculptures and mosaics uncovered on the island.
Hippocrates Plane Tree: Why not picnic at the foot of the oldest tree in Europe. It is located only a short walk toward the harbour at the entrance bridge to the castle. Standing with extensive support, this is said to be the Tree of Hippocrates, where he once taught his students.