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Tigaki by night
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Tigaki

Not far from the city of Kos, Tigaki is an ideal holiday destination for both locals and foreigners alike, with an impressive range of choices in accommodation, dining and entertainment.
Beach in Marmari
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Marmari

Kos prides itself on and is famed for the vast array of choices it offers its visitors at every stage of their holiday. Marmari, located on the island’s north shore, is small and peaceful, and an ideal choice for [...]
central square in Mastichari Kos
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Mastichari

The island’s second largest harbor, Mastichari is a lively fishing village that every summer becomes a magnet for those in search of truly authentic tastes and traditions. Mastichari is the seaside settlement of Antimachia, and here in this village with the island’s largest population of fishermen, fresh fish is king, with dozens of seaside fish “tavernas” serving up the daily catch, nothing but fresh and delicious.
Asfendiou village in Kos
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Asfendiou

A large, dignified village, 14 kilometers south-west of the city of Kos, Asfendiou experienced periods of economic prosperity in the past and developed affluent districts that exist to this day [...]
view from Zia village in Kos island
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Zia

In Zia's southernmost slope, whose superb location makes it the perfect spot for viewing spectacular sunsets and gazing at the nearby islands of Kalymnos and Pserimos as well as the Turskish [...]
Pyli village in Kos island
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Pyli

Located in the center of the island approximately 15 kilometers from the capital, Pyli is another of the many picturesque villages that absolutely deserve a visit.Three kilometers south-east of Pyli is Paleo Pyli
Kardamena port
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Kardamena

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.
Kefalos bay in kos
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Kefalos

Although Kefalos is more well-known for its cultural events today, with the festivities of Agia Paraskevi on July 26th and those dedicated to Ai Giannis on August 29th dominating, the area has a rich history worthy of exploration.
Antimachia village in kos island
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Antimachia

With a name that has remained unchanged for three millennia, Antimachia is one of the most well-known traditional settlements of Kos and the Dodecanese Islands in general, already inhabited in the late Neolithic age.
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