Lagas Aegean Village
- 50m to beach
- Low Deposit Options Available
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Lagas Aegean Village in Kardamena has 328 rooms and distributed across 19 buildings. The sandy and pebble stone beach is 50 m from the hotel and the town of Kardamena is 2 km away ... Continue reading
Lagas Aegean Village in Kardamena has 328 rooms and distributed across 19 buildings. The sandy and pebble stone beach is 50 m from the hotel and the town of Kardamena is 2 km away. The closest city to the hotel is Kos (28 km). To make your stay more comfortable a lobby, a reception, shops, a conference room, a mini market, air conditioning and a lounge are available. A playground and an entertainment program for children are available. For guests who wish to be mobile, motorbike rental, bicycle rental and car rental can be arranged. The staff in this hotel speaks English, Italian and French. A fresh water swimming pool with a separate children's pool is available. For convenience, refreshing drinks are offered at the pool bar. Sunshades and sunbeds are available for an additional fee at the beach and free of charge at the pool. Accessible from the hotel: disco (2 km) and airport KGS (13 km). The hotel is within easy reach of bus stops, bars and restaurants, shops, supermarkets and tourist information. Guests with disabilities are catered for, and the hotel ensures the presence of the following amenities: wheelchair suitable bathrooms and a ramp or level access. For your entertainment the hotel features a disco and TV lounge. Vehicles may be parked in the parking lot. Honeymooners are welcome at Lagas Aegean Village where they can enjoy the great room views.
Activities such as animation programmes, darts, boccia, miniature golf, a game room, billiards and table tennis are offered at the hotel. At Lagas Aegean Village recreational amenities include a sun terrace. Guests who wish to be active on holiday can enjoy activities such as tennis, beach volleyball, volleyball and exercise in the fitness room. Water sports such as speed boating, jet skiing and water skiing are available at the beach by local providers. The hotel offers the following , for guests to enjoy (weather and season permitting): evening shows and live music.
For convenience the following services are offered: medical care and wake-up service. This family friendly hotel offers child animation and a children's pool to ensure a comfortable stay for parents as well as young guests. Reception hours: 24h Service.
Food and Drink
The breakfast type is Buffet and it is provided from 07:30 - 09:45. The hotel has 2 restaurants. A snack bar is also available throughout the day. Evening drinks can be enjoyed at the lobby bar.
Regrettably credit cards are not accepted. Additional fees may apply for certain facilities, amenities or activities.
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Situated mid-way along the south coast of the Dodecanesian island of Kos, Kardamena is one of the most popular resorts in Greece, particularly with young Brits looking for a lively and entertaining holiday. Once a small fishing village, the town is now very commercialised with scores of English-style pubs and restaurants, and tightly packed apartment blocks. A wide variety of watersports can be organised from the long sandy beach and the Kardamena resort is well-placed for those who want to explore the island's fascinating interior.
The main beach in Kardamena is ideal for lazy days in the sun and for watersports - everything from pedalos to jet skiing and banana rides can be organised, as well as scuba diving and snorkelling. Other beaches with watersports are Banana Beach and Sovereign Beach. The aptly-named Bubble Beach is popular, and nearby Helona Beach is recognised by the Blue Flag programme. There are fascinating historical sites scattered around the island to see while on holiday, particularly in the capital Kos Town, 40 minutes away. Further afield, boat tours can be arranged to the spectacular volcanic island of Nisyros and to Rhodes (though be aware the journey takes almost three hours).
There is a wide choice of restaurants in Kardamena to suit all tastes, from Indian and traditional Greek to fast food joints and cafes offering full English breakfasts and Premiership football. Even those with a penchant for good home food should try the local fare, at least once. Good Greek restaurants include Andreas, Scala, the Chrisopoulos Family Taverna and El Greco, all on the seafront.
It's not quite Ibiza, but the nightlife in Kardamena is still fairly intense, with dozens of bars and clubs catering for all musical tastes, from indie classics in the aptly named Stone Roses Bar to cheesy pop in Cheeky Monkeys. The main nightclubs are Status, Starlight, Honey and Downtown, which all stay open until 4am, and 6am at weekends.
Kardamena is packed with shops offering everything from designer clothes to tacky holiday souvenirs. Most are located around the main square. Good buys include the local jewellery and sponge (from the Nisyros volcano). For those in self-catering apartments, there are some good supermarkets offering most of the well-known brands. The two largest, both called Louis, are situated in the main square and by the bridge at the top of Main Bar Street. There are also some interesting local markets, including one on Bodrum, across the water in Turkey (Tuesdays).
Holiday visitors should be warned that all the bars on the main strip along the Kardamena seafront have loads of touts working for them, trying to get tourists in, which can become annoying after a few nights. Drinks can be expensive, for Greece; it's best to stick to the local beers.
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Hi,what is the transfer time please? 1 Answer
Hello, Approximate transfer time via shuttle bus is 25 minutes or by private taxi is 15 minutes.
Added 3 months, 1 week ago.
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