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.
The Kos Island museums may be small, but the island as a whole has universal historical and cultural value. We can consider many parts of Kos veritable outdoor museums.
Achilles restaurant is a remarkably welcoming place, and the main eatery at Astir Odysseus Resort & Spa. it is a refreshing space, with bright interiors, where white tablecloths set up the pristine backdrop for colorful Greek and Mediterranean dishes, which draw rich flavors from the abundance of local produce.
The Tomb of Harmylos (also Charmilos Grave – Ηρώο Χαρμύλι) is one of the most interesting archaeological sites of Kos Island. It is located in Pyli, in the Harmyli neighborhood of the village, 300 hundred meters away from the main square, a short 20 minutes drive from Astir Odysseus Kos Resort & Spa.
The Roman Odeon is one of the archeological landmarks of the Ancient Town of Kos. The building was discovered during excavations carried out in 1929 by the Italian archaeologist Luciano Laurenzi, who described his discoveries on the island in his paper “Nuovi contributi alla topografia storico archeologica di Coo,” in 1931.