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Agios Fokas Holidays

A relaxed seaside spot in Kos

At the pretty eastern tip of Kos, Agios Fokas holidays are all about straight-up rest and relaxation. The resort’s long stretch of sand-and-pebble beach is dotted with parasols and sunloungers and is the perfect place to kick back with a great book and soak up the glorious Greek sunshine. But there’s more to Agios Fokas holidays than sunbathing and swimming. At one end of the beach you’ll discover the island’s natural thermal baths – large pools of warm water surrounded by startlingly impressive rocks. It’s an excellent spot to soothe your skin and soak away any stress.

Just a short drive away is bustling Kos Town, with its dozens of bustling bars, restaurants and excellent shops. An all-round lively and welcoming beach spot, holidays to Agios Fokas will suit those travelling with young children, friends, a partner or even going solo.

Your Agios Fokas questions, answered

Absolutely. With its calm, crystal-clear water, long beach and easy access to the restaurants and activities of Kos Town, families will be very happy here.
There are regular bus services from Agios Fokas to Kos Town, where you will find bars, shops and restaurants. A car would be handy if you’re keen to explore further afield.
The island is at its warmest during the summer months, but the weather is also pleasant during spring – the perfect time for a more active holiday.

Best things to do in Agios Fokas

Visit the hot springs

Soothe your muscles in the natural hot springs located at the end of Agios Fokas beach. It’s a fun and unusual soaking spot sheltered by large rocks.

Laze on the beach

Agios Fokas is one of the most popular beaches on the island – grab a sunlounger, parasol and a cool bag full of drinks and make a day of it.

Shop in Kos Town

Kos Town is crammed with market stalls, little boutiques and larger shops, so whether you’re searching for souvenirs, swimwear or fresh island-grown produce, you’ll find it here.