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Psalidi Overview

Quiet holidays: Psalidi offers some of the quietest holidays in all of Kos. With just a handful of bars, restaurants and shops within the restaurant, Psalidi holidays are perfectly peaceful if you want to get away from it all.

Close to Kos Town: Just 3km away from the centre of Kos Town, you can enjoy all the attractions of the capital city whilst still appreciating your relaxing retreat on Psalidi holidays.

Attractions in Psalidi

The Asklepion: All of the sites we’ve included here are actually based in Kos Town, but seeing as it’s only 3km away, we thought it’d be worth mentioning it in our guide to Psalidi holidays too.Dating back to around 350BC, the cult of Asklepios was a phenomenon which spread across all of Greece. Temples were erected dedicated to the god Asklepios primarily as centres for healing and medical care.

Castle of the Knights of Saint John: This crusader castle has a number of interesting architectural features, including a stone bridge which used to connect two parts of Kos that were separated by water. And despite being over 600 years old, the four main towers of the castle still stand and you can even see the gun ports and bastions which were once in full use.

Tree of Hippocrates: Based in a central area of Kos Town close to the Castle of the Knights of St John, this tree is thematically important because it’s believed that Hippocrates taught students about medicine here. The current tree is around 500 years old, but is a direct descendant of the tree which stood in Hippocrates’ time.

Activities in Psalidi

Hippocratic Museum: We also thought we’d add these activities which are all based in Kos Town, just 3km away from Psalidi holidays. This interesting little museum is focused on everything about Hippocrates, a famous Greek born in Kos around 460BC. Considering Hippocrates is described as the father of modern medicine, you can understand why he’s very fondly thought of here!

Kos Archaeological Museum: Kos has a rich and diverse history as many ancient civilisations have passed through the island. This grand historical heritage is highlighted in this charming museum. Spread over two levels, the light and airy rooms feature all kinds of primary artefacts, including pottery from the Bronze Age (over 3,000 years ago) as well as Roman mosaics and sculptures. It’ll be easy to visit this museum on your Psalidi holidays as you’re only 3km away from Kos Town.

Beaches in Psalidi

Psalidi Beach: Admittedly your closest beach when you’re on your Psalidi holidays is a rather unappealing combination of sand and shingle; however it does have its benefits. Its main appeal is that is enjoys cooling sea breezes, offering some respite from the hot midday sun and also making it a great choice for windsurfers.

Lambi Beach: This golden beach is around 6km from Psalidi. It’s pretty popular due to its close proximity to the town, and also because it has extremely soft sand which stretches for over one kilometre.

Kos Town Beach: Also known as Zouroudi Beach, many people largely come to this coastline for its convenience, as it’s literally minutes from the centre of Kos Town, and only 3km away if you’re having your holidays in Psalidi. Unfortunately the beach is a mix of rather coarse sand and shingle, and the water gets deep pretty quick out to sea.

Nightlife in Psalidi

All out partying: As Psalidi holidays are not known for their all-action nightlife, we thought we’d mention a few of the bars you’ll come across in Kos Town, just 3km away. There are some lively places in Kos Town for all out partying. Specifically, we’re thinking of nightspots such as Charisma, Jacksons and Molly Malones. All offer a raucous experience where cheap drinks and a great night come guaranteed!

Shopping in Psalidi

Central market: Psalidi holidays only have a limited selection of souvenir and beachwear shops. But that’s not a problem, as Kos Town is only 3km away and it has a large number of stalls and shops. The indoor market in the centre of Kos Town (also called the Agora) has a great selection of unique shops and stalls. It should be one of the first places to head to if you’re looking to pick up original items and local products during your holidays. Of particular interest are items such as sponges, olive oil and honey. Herbs are also a real highlight and taste much more fragrant than they do back in the UK!

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