Holidays to Mastihari
This quiet town is 22 km west of the capital, Kos Town. It’s a little quieter and has its own long section of beach that is popular with windsurfers. Fisherman come into the port on a daily basis bringing fresh catches that are served up in the local tavernas. The nightlife is quieter, though you have the option of Kos Town itself, and there are lots of cosy bars with traditional Greek dancing. There is also an early Christian Basilica with mosaic floors close to the beach.
The white sandy beach closest to you has shallow waters and lots of little taverns on its edge.
Close by to Mastichari is the famous yellow sands of Marmari that stretch back into the dunes behind.
Dig in and discover more about prehistoric coins, statues from Asklepieion, beautiful mosaics and pottery.
White Stone Cave
Hidden from the public eye, this preserved cave has been named one of the oldest and important monuments in Kos.
Families can enjoy hours of fun with these lazy rivers, giant slides and numerous restaurants.
Catch a movie under the stars in the open-air cinema, where you can enjoy a drink and snack or a choice of hot dishes.
The small boats owned by local fishermen bring in fresh catches daily. Pop into a taverna and try red mullet and squid.
Xinomyzithra is a local sour cheese and Galomyzithra is a specialty made from the cows on the island.
There aren’t many clubs in Mastichari, but plenty of tavernas feature traditional Greek dancing performed by the locals.
For great food, local wines, and a friendly atmosphere try the tavernas - They stay open until the last customer leaves.
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