Kos

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Kos
Kos

Located very close to the coasts of Turkey, Kos Island is the second most popular island of Dodecanese, after Rhodes. Due to its large size, Kos Greece keeps a balance in tourism development. Some spots are very organized, while others are almost secluded and away from mass tourism. Kos Town is a mixture of Venetian and Ottoman architecture with interesting sightseeings, such as a Medieval Castle, an Ancient Agora, a Roman Odeon and of course the famous Asklepieion, an ancient healing center, in short distance from the Town and great place to visit in your Kos holidays. The most tourist places are located on the southern side of the island, including Kardamena and Kefalos. This is where visitors can find large golden beaches with crystal water.
As Kos receives many charter flights from abroad, many places around the island are getting really busy in high season. However, there are also places staying away from crowds and keeping their relaxing atmosphere. Beaches in Kos vary from organized coasts with luxurious hotels and water sports centers, to secluded, naturism-friendly beaches. Holidays in Kos can be combined with many other islands of Dodecanese, like Rhodes, Nisyros or Leros.
Local products of the island include honey, krasotyri which is a goat cheese with a peppery taste and sweet spoon of tomato.
The main regions of Kos Island are Kardamena, Kefalos, Kos Town, Mastichari, Tigaki

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How to get there

Flights - Kos International Airport "Hippocrates" receives not only domestic flights from Athens, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Heraklion but also from other European countries. When you reach Kos Airport it is better to rent a car or get taxi to Kos Town. From airport to Kos Town is 24 km.
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   Ferries - There are four times a week routes from Piraeus Port in Athens as well Kos is connected with other islands like Rhodes, Patmos, Leros, and Kalymnos.
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