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 those found in nearby villages, are simply fascinating. Because the island is rich in places […]
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 […]
The Kos Marina has been awarded the Blue Flag every consecutive year since its opening in 2001. This is where many guests of Kos moor their boats, enjoying excellent conditions and facilities at competitive prices.
Although we have our own pampering spaces at Astir Odysseus Kos Resort & Spa, if you want a change, the Artemis Hamam may be just what you need.
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.
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.
When it comes to destination weddings, Kos is not making it to the top of the list, although more and more people choose the island for the most memorable day of their lives.
While Kos is best known for white sandy beaches and its wonderful sightseeing on ancient antiquities, there are also modern pursuits too. Dining and nightlife here are memorable activities, but shopping the charming gift shops and artisan spots provides unexpected bliss for visitors. For water sports enthusiasts who come to Kos, there’s support for every […]
Soaked in magnificent beauty, blessed by the breeze of the Aegean Sea, the mountains of Kos hide ancient settlements, surrounded by spectacular wilderness and pristine nature. Pyli village is one of them: nestled in a lush green valley, with large pine trees and olive groves, amidst towering rocks. It is a sleepy village, with quiet, […]