With an attractive seafront location in Psalidi, the complex is situated just 1.6 km from the center Kos town. Accross the road a private, single beach is organized for our visitors with umbrellas, sunbeds and showers. Water-sports are available 500m away in the main Psalidi Beach. The location is ideal for visitors that want to relax in a quite hotel but also want to be close to the action, the shops, the restaurants and the clubs.


Why Choose Us

Big Swimming pool (children-adult)
Sun terraces (free sunbeds)
Poolside bar/snack bar
TUI Airways

More Highlights

Agios Theologos
One of the most remote beaches, named after the small chapel of St. John the Theologian Located just meters away from the shore. The scenery you encounter is unique. A rocky coast with numerous bays that creates a sense of isolation, perfect for endless hours of sunbathing. Water sports enthusiasts love this beach because of the gentle waves, perfect for windsurfing. The beach is not organized, so it is useful to equip oneself with the necessities. If you forget, there is a nearby traditional restaurant where you can taste delicious traditional dishes. Agios Theologos is on the other side of the island, about seven kilometers west of the village of Kefalos. Driving there, watch the many sharp turns.
Agios Stefanos
One of the most photographed beaches. It combines the beauty of nature with important historical sites such as the ruins of early Christian churches, which are just a few meters from the sea. The beautiful landscape is completed by Castri, a small rocky island, with diameter of 50 meters, just across the middle of the Gulf from where the small chapel of St. Nicholas emerges. Well organized, with large numbers of visitors, it offers several amenities and a variety of water sports. The beach of Agios Stefanos is about 3 km Northeast of the village of Kefalos. To visit it you can follow the road leading out of the village Kefalos and turn right to the road that descends down to the beach.
Archaeological Museum of Kos
The two storey bulding on Eleftherias Square that houses the Archaeological museum of Kos is a protected monument of the Italian occupation era (1912 – 1943), built in 1935. It is considered a sample of the international style bequeathed by the Italian occupation to the atrchitectural history of Kos, although some view this as a sample of italian fascist monument architecture. The museum boasts a rich collection of artifacts from antiquity, up until the late Roman era. The most important sculptures and mosaics are on display in the ground floor and in the atrium of the museum. The western hall exhibits statues of the hellenistic era, most of which were found stored in the arcades of the Odeon. The northern hall hosts the imposing statue of Hippocrates (4th century B.C.), a late Roman era wall mounted relief portraying a symposium, as well as funerary sculptures of the late archaic and classical eras. Statues of Demetra, Kore and Athena dated from the mid 4th to the mid 3rd centuries B.C. can be found in the Northern hall of the museum. The Eastern hall exhibits statues of the Roman era, including a sitting Hermes and a statue of Demetra. Finally, one more mosaic of the Hellenistic era from the excavation of the now restored Casa Romana, portraying the bottom of the sea adorns the northern wall of the peristyle.
Therma Beach
The Therma also known as empros thermens are situated in the southeastern corner of the island 13 kilometers away from the town. The scenery is characterized by a wild beauty of deep gulches, rocks and black pebbles, the result of tectonic discord, and volcanic eruptions millions of years ago. The area was christened after the hot springs that have been present there for centuries. The waters reputably bear healing properties as they are rich in potassium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur and sodium, elements considered instrumental in cures for skin arthritic or rheumatic diseases. The temperature of the waters hovers between 30-50 Celsius. The experience of bathing in this natural Spa is invaluable. In the forefront of the beach a pod has been made, surrounded by rocks, allowing the seawater in, cooling the hot waters. The Therma can be visited by bus or by any private means of transportation.