Kastri Islet, a lovely little stretch of land on the Aegean, and one of the most photographed landmarks when you visit Kos, is perfect for those who choose Kos to tie the knot.
Kos is one of the best-known Greek islands. As the birthplace of Hippocrates, Kos attracts many tourists who want to retrace the steps of the man who is celebrated as the “father of medicine.” But besides attractions that celebrate his name and legacy, the island offers much more for people who enjoy nature, history, culture, and gastronomy.
With 10 kilometers of white, sandy Blue Flag beaches dipping gently into shallow waters, Tigaki is the right destination to find yourself relaxed and at peace in no time.
Cycling is a great way to discover the island of Kos. This is one of the top pastimes for many Greek island holidaymakers because it is affordable and easily accessible.
Lagoudi-Zia is a tourist mountain village south of Tigaki, about twenty minutes drive from Astir Odysseus Kos Resort & Spa. It has several typical taverns, which serve local cuisine, and enjoys a lovely location not far from Pyli. It is…
Kos is one of the best Greek islands for people who enjoy scooter riding. The island offers a pleasant mix of touristy attractions and secluded places, all within easy reach on delightful winding paths and roads that traverse unspoiled nature and traditional villages.
Like windsurfing, kitesurfing is a pastime for active travelers who love to dare both the waves and the wind. The island has several centers where you can learn this daring, yet thrilling sport. Astir Odysseus Kos Resort & Spa collaborates…