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For something so natural to experience perhaps once in a lifetime the area leading to the thermal spring needed some tidying up and the beach cafe needed to look better and more in keeping with the whole ' natural ' theme. It was very busy...More
Unique experience with a rock pool. The water is really warm with now and than a cooling wave of colder sea water. Must see place in Kos.
Good to know: according to the Ancient Greek the water which contains sulfur gave you youth.
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Exeptional, inimitable, wild place. There are small pool with hot source of water (35 - 50 degrees). Wonderfull panoramic views. The beach is very stony. Amazing : you can stand with one foot in warm water and one foot in...More
Worth visiting for a unique experience, a bit of a walk down and at the end of the stony beach past the snack bar, is the thermal pool, which is very hot near the beach edge. Beware the water will strip silver off any jewellery...More
The beach was very crowded, especially the far side with the warm rock pool. Note there are no toilets nearby! Bring sensible walking shoes as the path to the beach is fairly steep and can be slippery on the way down. The view on the...More
I have recently returned from a week long trip to Kos and during the visit we had been told, “you have to see the Therma beach, it’s amazing”
This is the most underwhelming place I have been to. This is effectively a small pool with...More
Its accessed by descending quite a steep hilly track. It is possible to use a car but needs to be driven carefully. There is a black sand beach with a nice cafe, then walking further up the beach you find the thermal springs which have...More
The road from Kos Town to the Therma springs makes a lovely bike ride - mostly along the coast and flat until the last mile which is a very steep uphill!
The Therma springs are nothing special and overcrowded with tourists but the sea is...More