POŁOŻENIE: w centrum miejscowości Psalidi, ok. 1,5 km od centrum KOS, ok. 20 m od najbliższych sklepów i barów; ok. 27 km od portu lotniczego w Kos; przystanek autobusowy naprzeciwko hotelu (ok. 1,5 EUR/Kos).
PLAŻA: publiczna, żwirkowo-kamienista, położona w zatoce, łagodne zejście do morza, wyróżniona certyfikatem Błękitna Flaga, ok. 30 m od hotelu, przejście przez ulicę, bezpłatne parasole, leżaki i materace.
HOTEL: trzygwiazdkowy, elegancki, zbudowany w 1983 r., odnowiony w 2010 r., 102 pokoje, budynek główny, 3 piętra, winda; duże lobby, całodobowa recepcja, restauracja główna – dania w formie bufetu, kuchnia międzynarodowa i grecka, dostępne foteliki dla dzieci, kuchnia korzysta z własnych warzyw, owoców, mięsa; 2 bary: przy recepcji i przy basenie; bezpłatny internet bezprzewodowy w lobby, sejf w recepcji (płatny ok. 15 EUR/tydzień), taras z widokiem na morze i ulicę, duży zielony ogród z roślinnością śródziemnomorską.
POKÓJ:standardowy: 2-os. (możliwość 1 dostawki), ok. 20 m2, indywidualnie sterowana klimatyzacja (płatna ok. 5 EUR/dzień), łazienka (prysznic, wc; suszarka), lodówka, telewizja satelitarna, polski program, telefon; bezpłatne łóżeczko dla dziecka do 2 lat na zamówienie przed przyjazdem; balkon; widok na ogród lub basen.
SPORT I ROZRYWKA: basen, słodka woda, ok. 250 m2, gł. 0,5-1,7 m, brodzik dla dzieci, słodka woda, ok. 15 m2, gł. 0,5 m, przy basenie bezpłatne parasole i leżaki; kort tenisowy, piłka plażowa, koszykówka; animacje dla dorosłych we wtorki i czwartki: wieczór grecki (w czwartki), muzyka na żywo, plac zabaw dla dzieci.
KONTAKT: 0030/2242023919, www.niriides-hotel.com
Podane w ofercie godziny serwowania posiłków oraz funkcjonowanie poszczególnych elementów infrastruktury hotelowej mogą ulegać nieznacznym zmianom ze względu na sezonowość, warunki pogodowe, prośby Gości lub siły wyższe, na które hotelarz nie będzie miał wpływu.
Pilot: tourists are looked after by a Polish resident, whose tasks include help upon arrival, departure and stay, as well as registration for local trips.
Flight duration: Poland – Kos – approx. 2 h 45 min
Local time: GMT+2.
Language: Modern Greek; communication in English and German also possible.
Currency: euro (EUR).
Voltage: 220 V.
Prices in hotels and restaurants: lunch – approx. 15- 25 EUR, beer – approx. 3 EUR, mineral water – approx. 1.5 EUR, coffee – approx. 3 EUR, wine – approx. 5 EUR.
Car rental: from approx. 40 EUR/day, petrol – approx. 2 EUR/litre.
Transport: bus connections are good; from Kos city you can get to the smallest places, cost from 3 EUR; pTaxis, aside from buses, are the main means of transport, cost approx. 4 EUR/km.
Beaches: the most popular beaches: Lambi, Paradise Beach, Tigaki, Kardamena, Kefalos.
Local trips: organised by local tourist agencies on terms specified by them. There is a possibility of cancelling a trip due to too few participants.
Today, the motives for which tourists like to visit Kos have changed, but interesting sights and the invariably sunny, wonderful island climate have remained. Beautiful beaches, excellent conditions for watersports, good fun and unique atmosphere of the small Greek island cause that is is gladly chosen for peaceful family holidays or a getaway with friends. For persons professionally connected with medicine, Kos is a place you must visit! The island is only 50 km long and 10 km wide, so it is easy to find its most beautiful places even within a week. Beautiful beaches with different textures of sand are considered to be some of the best on the Greek Islands.
The capital of the island is Kos city - vibrant, loved by tourists for its hospitality, great pubs and nightclubs. Here you can see how tangled the island's history was: Romans, Venetians, Turks, British and Italians rolled through Kos. The lovely seaside boardwalk with palm trees, cafes on the streets, shops, add to the charm and holiday mood. It is worth visiting the Archaeological Museum, see the oldest in Europe platanus, by which Hippocrates himself is said to have taught.Just approx. 4 km from the city is Asclepeion, the centre of worship which served as a spa, terraced on a hillside with magnificent views. The beach district of the capital is Lambi with a lovely beach, excellent conditions for watersports, nice restaurants, taverns and cafés.
The north coast of the island also tempts with beaches. From Tigaki, one of the most famous resorts in this part of Kos, a delightful and 10-km long sandy beach begins with low dunes, gently descending to the sea. By the main street are bars, restaurants and shops; great taverns are also situated by the beach. It is not far from here to Marmari, a small tourist village with a nice flat beach, and a scenic view of islands and the Turkish Bodrum. Further west lies Mastichari, with a charming port, from where ferries depart to the island of Kalimnos, known for its excellent taverns with seafood and wine festival. In the area there is a modern aquapark Lido with an area of approx. 75 000 m² with a bunch of attractions (www.lidowaterpark.com).
Around the island of Kos - the tour begins from visiting the Asclepeion - the greatest attraction of the island, the remnants of an ancient temple of worship of the god Asclepius, in Roman times serving as a medical centre; then visiting the city of Kos.
Transfer to the charming mountain village Zia, a walk among the colourful stalls with local culinary products and crafts. From the terraces of taverns and restaurants there is a beautiful view of the sea and the northern part of the island. Transfer to the areas of Kefalos, beautifully situated on a hill, free time. Visit to the factory of thyme honey, for which the island is famous, tasting. Day trip Price - approx. 39 EUR (does not include entry ticket: approx. 4 EUR).
Nissyros – depart from Kardamena to see the peculiar landscape and quiet life of a small island, only 40 km².This place conceals in itself the genuine "gates of hell" - the world's largest active hydrothermal crater named Stefanos, which is included in the programme of the excursion. In the afternoon, time for a stroll through the idyllic port village of Mandraki - the capital of the island, a visit to the monastery in Panagia Spiliani. A town captivates with its charming streets with characteristic old houses that have wooden balconies. It is worth stopping at the local tavern and sampling some local Greek specialties and the mouth-watering seafood. Day trip Price - approx. 44 EUR.
Aegean Cruise: Pserimos - Kalymnos - Plati - a relaxing day spent sailing on the Aegean Sea. The cruise starts at approx. 10.00 at the port on Kos island. The first stop is a small fishing island of Pserimos - sunbathing and swimming. The trail continues to Kalymnos - a visit to the factory of sponges and lunch (included in the price, drinks with lunch additionally payable). Then - Plati - swimming from the boat in crystal clear water. Price - approx. 44 EUR (includes lunch, drinks additionally payable).
Turkey, Bodrum - just under an hour of a cruise divides Kos from the culturally and scenically different Turkey. Located in the south part of the Aegean Sea, Bodrum welcomes you with a scenically situated port with luxurious yachts. Already from a distance you can see above the city the medieval fortress of St Peter, built by the Order of Knights. A tour around the city: stop in the beautifully located hill with windmills, visiting the ancient theatre built by Mausolus and gates leading to the ancient Halicarnassus. Visit to the center of gold, and then free time. During the stay in Turkey you can't miss the stalls with souvenirs and small shops, where smiling and friendly sellers offer Oriental specialties. Day trip. Note: passport required (visa is not required). Price – approx. 35 EUR (does not include port fee: approx. 5 EUR).
Local excursions are organized by local travel agencies under the conditions fixed by them. It's possible to disorganize trips due to low number of applicants.