The most famed archaeological site on the island of Kos from antiquity to today, the Asclepeion sits on the slopes of a low tree-covered hill that gazes out to the sea and the Turkish coast beyond [...]
With an altitude of 846 meters, Mount Dikeos is the highest mountain on the island of Kos. This limestone, marble, plutonite (igneous magmatic rock) and volcanic rock mass is covered in fragrant pine trees and brushwood
The area called Alykes located between Tigaki and Marmari, where cooking salt was produced until 1989, is now a permanent lagoon with salty and brackish waters.Its 930 hectares host flocks of birds [...]
Just 6 kilometers from Antimachia is Kardamena, a former fishing village that fast developed into a tourist resort of note. The village was established in 1865 on the ruins of the ancient city of Alasarna with its Hellenistic temple of Apollo.
Attractive, cosmopolitan, contemporary, easily accessible. Located in the north-east, Kos town is a vibrant reflection of the island’s rich history at every turn: in the streets, the buildings, the markets, the parks and squares.
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