Long ago, Kos was famous for silk and wine, one a defunct industry, the other seeing a revival in recent years, with several wineries popping around the volcanic landscape of the island. And the island is still famous for its melons, which are still sold by the roadside in many villages, and heavily exported to neighborhood European countries.
Visitors to Kos will not want to miss one of the island’s most time-honored gastronomy traditions, Choirosfagia, the meat festival celebrated throughout the Cyclades for centuries.
One of the most fascinating attractions on Kos are the Plaka Forest peacocks: stunning birds, of glamorous royal beauty, inhabiting this area by the hundreds.
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Diving in Kos is a promising activity: the waters are clear, the marine life abundant, rich in colors, and safe.
Astir Odysseus Kos Resort & Spa is the perfect vacation spot for active travelers on Kos.
Astir Odysseus Kos Resort & Spa is a destination for all your travel needs: it is perfect for private events, like weddings and celebrations, but it is also a great choice for corporate banquets and conferences, due to its specially appointed spaces.
After Rhodes, the Kos Island is the most popular in the Dodecanese island chain, and equally inviting, especially when it comes to things to do and see. Some of the landmarks of the main town and port, as well as…
One of the landmarks that make the island a fascinating destination, the Ancient Agora of Kos is a short drive from Tigaki, or, if you want to walk to enjoy a hike, you will reach it in about an hour or so. It’s well worth to see this archaeological area, which was unearthed in 1933 after the quake.