Located in the south-west tip of Kos island, Kefalos attracts families and couples looking to enjoy the Greek sunshine, golden sands and warm sea. As a result, Kefalos nightlife has a more relaxed vibe than you'll find in Kardamena or Kos Town, although there's still plenty to do when the sun goes down. From friendly tavernas in the old town serving up wholesome local dishes to sophisticated beach bars on the water's edge, you can make the most of the warm evenings whatever entertainment you're looking for.
Bars in KefalosWith a reputation for laidback fun, the bars in Kefalos serve up all your favourite tipples and some have live music events throughout the season. Many are family run and offer a warm, friendly welcome to visitors, ensuring you'll feel comfortable and relaxed from the moment you step in the door. The stunning blue of the sea captivates visitors to Kefalos, and you'll find lots of smart bars lined up along the beaches to make the most of the picture-postcard views. Head to the beach bars for cocktails as the sun goes down, the perfect spot for a romantic pre-dinner drink. If you're here with the kids, treat them to a colourful mocktail complete with a sparkler, and make happy memories that they'll treasure forever. When you've had enough of the sea views, or you just want to catch up on the game, there's a choice of bars screening all the top sports action. Whether your team wins or loses, the perfect chilled beer served up alongside can help you to celebrate or drown your sorrows.
Kefalos nightlifeKefalos is a very family-friendly resort . There are a handful of nightclubs in Kefalos, which are ideal for couples on holiday looking for a relaxing holiday but with the option for some late night entertainment. For more choice on your night out, you'll need to head up the coast to the bigger resorts. The whole island is only 45km long, so you'll find exactly what you're looking for just an easy bus or taxi ride away.
Chill out with the locals in Old KefalosThe main tourist area of Kefalos is a purpose built resort on the beachfront. For a taste of authentic Greek nightlife, head up the steep hill to the old village of Kefalos. Here you'll relax alongside the locals and can enjoy a glass or two of the local ouzo. Luckily it will be downhill all the way when you return back to your hotel. If you want to enjoy some Greek dancing during your holiday to Kefalos, look out for traditional dance performances, held in a selection of restaurants throughout the season. If you're visiting in the first two weeks of August, your holiday may coincide with the annual Kefalos Fish Festival. Part of Kos's huge cultural Hippocratia Festival, which entertains visitors with traditional Greek drama and dance, the Fish Festival celebrates the local bounty from the sea.