Kos Island - Dodecanese Greece
Kos is the third largest island in the Dodecanese after Rhodes and Karpathos. It is the homeland of Hyppocates - the father of modern medicine, and is an island of immense history, charm and natural beauty. Kos attracts huge numbers of visitors from across the world.
With it's great historic importance, Kos is an island that offers much to visitors in terms of interesting places to see and archaeological sights. There is so much to see and experience that visitors to Kos are often spoilt for choice.
There are various towns and resorts scattered around the island, as well as some lovely beaches where you can go for swimming during the summer months. Kos is well organised to cater for tourism, and visitors here will always have enjoyable and rewarding holidays and vacations.
You will find an excellent range of accommodation for your stay on Kos such as hotels, rooms and apartments. There are many great places for entertainment and nightlife where you can enjoy a meal or drink.
In our Kos travel guide, you will find a wide selection of useful information for your holidays and vacations to the island including information on the towns and villages, hotels and accommodation, entertainment, nightlife, sites and museums, beaches, churches and much more for your travels to Kos.
Our complete travel guide to Kos can be found at www.aroundkos.com and is full of useful information for this beautiful Greek island.
Our Greek language travel guide to Kos can be found at www.κως.com and is a great resource for Greek speakers for this popular island in Greece.