Kos can be fascinating but while you are visiting the island how about a short escape nearby? Kos features an idealized location, that is very close to numerous Greek islands of the Dodecanese offering a chance for a short visit.
The third most populated island of the Dodecanese chain and one of Greece’s most densely-populated islands, Kalymnos is situated between Leros and Kos.Read more
A small, quiet Dodecanese island in the south Aegean Sea between Kos, Tilos and Astypalea, Nisyros is most well-known for its active volcano.Read more
Also known as Kapari, Pserimos is a tiny island with just 130 inhabitants, yet is an ideal choice for a day trip from one of the neighboring islands.Read more
Anyone who has visited Leros island is immediately struck by the serenity it evokes, as well as by its stunning waters that are ideal for swimming, fishing or diving.Read more
Distinguished and imposing, with the title of “island of the Revelation” as its nickname, Patmos, is an attractive destination for thousands of travelers..Read more