Standing 767 meters above sea level, Óros Dikaios is the highest mountain of Kos, with 819 meters at its highest peak. Known in ancient times as Oromedon, Óros Dikaios is an excellent destination for walks and hikes.
February 14th is celebrated in many countries around the world, although it is not an official holiday. But couples enjoy taking the time to travel or to note Valentine’s Day with something special. For those who choose Kos island to mark the event, Kos city is one of the best destinations, as here are the most businesses still open offseason.
If you visit our island with your little ones, or if you simply love nature and you want to spend some time in a beautiful setting, visit the Kos Natural Park in Zia Village.
No many islands inspire as much as Kos. Yoga is an increasingly popular activity here, with schools popping up everywhere, and instructors offering lessons by the beach, in parks, in special studios designed for hot yoga, and so on.
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.
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.
The Hippocrates Tree is one of the island’s most fascinating attractions. It is a legendary place, said to be the preferred spot for the father of medicine, who, according to local myths, used to spend hours under the shade of a platane teaching his pupils.