There is a delightful outside bar area, with terraced decking leading down to this stunning beach which is laid out with bamboo umbrellas and sunbeds.
However, as the beach is so spacious and wide, there is plenty of space to set up your own wedding ceremony area with a Flower Arch (optional extra), a table with white table linen & a floral table decoration, chairs with white chair covers making up an aisle to walk down. Next summer this beach bar will have it's own resident DJ, ready to play your chosen music as you walk down the aisle or, don't forget our Traditional Greek Band if you would like something more traditional, although our band is also able to play the 'Wedding March" if British tradition is more your style? There are several locations for you to choose from at this lovely beachside setting - you could also have your wedding ceremony on the decking under the trees overlooking the beach with views of neighbouring Turkey just across the shimmering sea, or you could even opt to have your ceremony on the well kept grass and attractive garden area – once again, both of these locations will be set up with a table with white table linen and a floral table decoration, chairs with white chair covers making up and aisle - why not add a Flower Arch too? A perfect time for any of the above wedding ceremonies would be in the early evening, just before the fantastic sunset. Just imagine your wedding photos at this scenic Kos Town location Agios Fokas Beach Bar is also able to offer you the chance to have your wedding reception here. You could choose from a more formal set wedding menu or a more relaxed BBQ option.
Whatever you choose, you and your guests are guaranteed to enjoy a fun evening under the stars – celebrating your 'perfect Greek wedding' – the perfect end to the perfect day. Please note that your wedding ceremony at this location will be a 'celebratory' ceremony and an 'official' ceremony will need to take place at Kos Town Hall. (As the beach faces the volcanic Island of Nissyros the beach is not sandy, but volcanic grey shingle – which tends to make the sparkling Aegean sea even bluer!)