A family from Wiltshire have told ITV News they've been forced to sleep in a car park after being caught in the recent earthquake.
Two people have died and more than 120 were injured when the 6.7 magnitude quake struck parts of Turkey and Greece on Thursday night.
Buildings on Kos were damaged by the tremors, which prompted a small tsunami, flooding parts of the island.
Matt and Nikki Doyle and their 14 year-old son, Corey who are from Stratton, were staying at the Kipriotis Village Resort on Kos when the earthquake struck.
The family say they were told to go to the carpark where they spent the night. They initially tried to book flights home but have decided to stay for the remainder of their holiday.
British holidaymakers directly affected by the earthquake off the Greek islands and Turkey are being advised to should contact their travel insurer or tour operator as soon as possible.
Rebecca Hollingsworth, policy adviser in general insurance at the Association of British Insurers (ABI), said that if needed travel policies would provide cover for medical expenses linked to injuries sustained as a result. Some policies may also cover travel disruption.