If Kardamena in Kos is on your ‘maybe’ list for your 2013 clubbing holiday, you’ll want to gather as much info as you can to decide whether it’s a do-er or a don’t-er. Read on for the low down about what’s hot about clubbing holidays in Kos – it won’t take more than 5 mins, promise!
Kos is mega cheap by clubbing holiday standards, with prices comparable to the UK. Expect to pay £3.50 for a pint, £7 for a bottle of wine and £9 for club entry – it’s brilliant for clubbers on a budget.
With thermometers nudging 30 degrees through July and August, one thing you’re guaranteed in Kos is a good tan! Don’t forget the suncream though, the lobster look aint in for S/S 2013.
As you’d expect from Greece, the white sand beach is stunning and a great place for sunning yourself with a cocktail in hand. Who knows, maybe you’ll dip your toe in the water every now and again.
If you don’t mind getting your perfectly gelled/straightened/curled hair wet, the watersports will be a-calling. You’ll find the usual suspects – jet skis, banana boats et al down at Kardamena beach. All you need to do is persuade your mates to take a break from the bronzing.
While it might not have the big name clubs of Ibiza, Kardamena has more than its fair share of after-dark spots. Add Vibe and Lush to your must-do bar list, before hitting the dancefloor at your choice of superclub, Status or Starlight. There’s more than enough to fill a week without getting bored of the same scene.
Kos holidays are a great choice if you’re looking for an affordable summer clubbing break. Forget scrimping and saving all year for your week of fun in the sun. Get more bang for your buck at Kardamena.