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hot springs kos

Hot Springs

A sea-pool with hot springs, known as the thermes, placed at the end of a 250-meter-long pebbled beach, surrounded by a rock pool. water is usually ranging between 42oC and 50oC. When it mixes with the water coming from the sea, it produces a nice warm bath. The warmest spring comes from a fissured rock, placed on the right side of a shore. It is advisable for tourists to remember that the pool has a considerable size, so the temperature can vary a lot depending on their location. However, anywhere in the pool will always be warmer than in the sea. Referring to its properties, the thermes of Kos have been tested in order to establish if they are curative apart from being pleasant. According to studies, those waters have healing features for skin ailments cases.


Agios Fokas Beach 

A picturesque beach located 8 km south of Kos town and 2 km from the famous thermal baths in Thermes. The biggest part of the beach is covered with black sand and pebbles, whereas the other part consists mainly of sand. The locals have managed to organize the beach quite well with umbrellas, sundecks and other facilities. Usually it is less congested than other beaches of Kos. The left hand part of the beach is used by nudists. Agios Fokas has an excellent view to the Aegean, especially during the afternoon and the night hours. it’s lined with pine trees that give off a lovely aroma and offer some natural shade. The clear rocky waters are ideal for snorkleling enthusiast!

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