Kos is an island of great beauty, lying in the centre of the Dodecanese chain in the Aegean Sea. (“Dodecanese” in Greek means “twelve islands”). Kos is north west of Rhodes and south east of continental Greece. It is the third largest island of the Dodecanese after Rhodes and Karpathos. Kos is basically a large, long narrow plain and measures 290.27 Kos Island quare kilometers, not considering its mountainous region in the north west of the island. This region comprises of a series of peaks, the tallest of which is Dikaio Christo (which in Greek means “The Just Christ”).Starting from the villages of Kos, Asfendiou, Ammaniou, Antimahia, Kardamena, Kefalos, Marmari, Mastihari, Pyli and Tigaki, then on how to get there, where to stay, what to see, where to eat and all that you need to make your stay the best ever, with a large photo gallery so that you can get a glimpse of our island’s beauties. Kos has so much to offer that it can cater to each individual taste for an unforgettable holiday.

 

Antimachia

The lovely village of Antimachia lies 23 kilometers south west of Kos town and 4 ...
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Asfendiou – Zia

Asfendiou is situated 14 kilometers south west of Kos Town at the mountainside of Mountain ...
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Kardamena

Kardamena is a modern tourist resort, at a distance of 29 kilometers southwest of Kos ...
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Kefalos

Kefalos is 40 kilometers south-west of Kos town and it’s a beautiful village built on ...
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Marmari

Marmari is 15 kilometers west of Kos Island town (at the northern coast of the ...
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Mastichari

Mastichari is located 22 kilometers west from Kos town. Its small port links Kos to ...
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Pyli

Pyli is located 15 kilometers south-west of Kos town and about 4 kilometers south of ...
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Tigaki

Tigaki is located 11 kilometers far from Kos town and 7 kilometers north of Asfendiou ...
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Zipari

Zipari is a village at the municipal of Dikeos of Kos, north from Asfendiou and is the ...
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