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Looking for family fun in the sun? Marmari holidays have everything you need for that perfect getaway with the kids. A pretty, quiet seaside resort that’s close to the lively Kos Town, family holidays to Marmari tick all the boxes!

 

Sitting peacefully on the north west coast of Kos, Marmari holidays serves up a stunning waterfront street with a selection of welcoming shops, bars and restaurants, while its long sandy beach pours out relaxation with every lap of its waves. Holidays to Marmari are perfect if you want to avoid the hustle bustle of noisy or overcrowded resorts and still be close enough to lap up all the liveliness of Kos Town. The island’s main hub is just a 15-minute drive from Marmari, so you can always pop across to Kos Town if you fancy a change of pace. 

 

If you’re a beach lover, you’ll adore holidays to Marmari. The beach at Marmari really does get star quality treatment, with daily cleaning and raking of the golden sand keeping it in flawless condition. Its long, straight stretch of sand stretches for 2km, with an area of dunes at one end, and a good selection of parasols and sun loungers. And when the breeze picks up, kids will love watching the windsurfers bobbing up and down on the rippling waves. The fun doesn’t stop when the sun sets though, with fantastic food, a medley of bars and clubs, plus live Greek dancing performed in most of the resort’s tavernas! You’ll find something to suit the whole family with our selection of Marmari holidays, so take a look at our hand-picked resorts today.

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Places to go and things to do in Marmari

Luxurious Marmari Beach

Luxurious Marmari Beach

If family days out at the beach are your thing, you have to head to Marmari Beach. Thanks to its long, flat stretch of fluffy sand, Marmari Beach is perfect for kids. The beach also has first-class conditions for windsurfing, and the on-beach windsurfing school makes it a great place to learn the sport, too! You’ll also find surfing and volleyball taking place at the beach. Meanwhile, the gently shelving sands offer plenty of paddling opportunities for little swimmers, allowing you to sit back and relax while your kids splash around in the shallow turquoise waters. Bliss.

Dine At Sagittarius

There are some restaurants you just have to visit in Marmari and Sagittarius is one of them. Just a 10-minute drive east, this renowned family run restaurant, set amongst picturesque fountains and water features, brings you some of the finest food in Greece. You and your family will be welcomed with a smile by owners Manos and Donna. Their grilled sea bream and pizzas are highly recommended, or you could try the Greek Plate for a one-stop offering of delicious Greek flavours.

Learn To Greek Dance

Marmari’s nightlife is perfect for families, after all, what’s better than spending long golden evenings relaxing in seafront bars? And you can be sure there’s always something to keep you entertained. If you’re lucky, you may even get to see some traditional Greek dancing in one of the town’s tavernas. If you and your little ones fancy showing off some moves of your own, you can always hop across to lively Kos Town where you’ll be spoilt for choice with things going on. The great thing about Marmari is you can make it as quiet or as lively as you want.

The Village Of Pyli

For a wonderful family day trip away from the resort, head to the part-ruined village of Pyli, which is roughly 3km inland. Here, you can soak up some incredible historical sites, including the remainder of the Byzantine castle, handed down from the Knights of St John. Your little ones will love exploring the village’s many ancient treasures such as the semi-circular tomb of local hero Charmylos with its 12 crypts. And when you’re done with that, you can drop in for a drink at one of the traditional tavernas in the central square – well-earned after all that learning!

Places to go and things to do in Marmari

Luxurious Marmari Beach

Luxurious Marmari Beach


If family days out at the beach are your thing, you have to head to Marmari Beach. Thanks to its long, flat stretch of fluffy sand, Marmari Beach is perfect for kids. The beach also has first-class conditions for windsurfing, and the on-beach windsurfing school makes it a great place to learn the sport, too! You’ll also find surfing and volleyball taking place at the beach. Meanwhile, the gently shelving sands offer plenty of paddling opportunities for little swimmers, allowing you to sit back and relax while your kids splash around in the shallow turquoise waters. Bliss.

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Dine At Sagittarius

Dine At Sagittarius


There are some restaurants you just have to visit in Marmari and Sagittarius is one of them. Just a 10-minute drive east, this renowned family run restaurant, set amongst picturesque fountains and water features, brings you some of the finest food in Greece. You and your family will be welcomed with a smile by owners Manos and Donna. Their grilled sea bream and pizzas are highly recommended, or you could try the Greek Plate for a one-stop offering of delicious Greek flavours.

Read More
Learn To Greek Dance

Learn To Greek Dance


Marmari’s nightlife is perfect for families, after all, what’s better than spending long golden evenings relaxing in seafront bars? And you can be sure there’s always something to keep you entertained. If you’re lucky, you may even get to see some traditional Greek dancing in one of the town’s tavernas. If you and your little ones fancy showing off some moves of your own, you can always hop across to lively Kos Town where you’ll be spoilt for choice with things going on. The great thing about Marmari is you can make it as quiet or as lively as you want.

Read More
The Village Of Pyli

The Village Of Pyli


For a wonderful family day trip away from the resort, head to the part-ruined village of Pyli, which is roughly 3km inland. Here, you can soak up some incredible historical sites, including the remainder of the Byzantine castle, handed down from the Knights of St John. Your little ones will love exploring the village’s many ancient treasures such as the semi-circular tomb of local hero Charmylos with its 12 crypts. And when you’re done with that, you can drop in for a drink at one of the traditional tavernas in the central square – well-earned after all that learning!

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