With excellent beaches, glistening blue seas, fascinating ancient history and a vibrant nightlife; Kos really does have something for everyone.

Set sail on a peaceful cruise around the Dodecanese islands or relax on one of the island’s many stunning beaches such as the breathtaking Tingaki Beach. If you have a bit more energy to burn, then there are plenty of water sports to be tried at beaches such as the one at Kardamena. A fun day at the Lido Water Park should be high up on everyone’s ‘to do’ list too, especially if you’re travelling with little ones.

For those looking for a non-stop party on their Kos holiday, then Kardamena is the place to be. But if you’re more interested in the island’s rich history and culture, then you should definitely make time to visit some of the captivating ancient ruins such as the Asklepion just outside of Kos Town.

1. Eleftherias Square

Visit Eleftherias Square for a true taste of traditional Greece, right at the heart of Kos. Discover historic monuments, traditional tavernas and a vibrant market, all within walking distance of the harbour and old town.
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2. Sailing around the coast

The island of Kos is incredibly popular with sailing enthusiasts from around the world. Many people come to the Greek resort to sail their yachts and boats around its stunning coastline
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3. Kos Town Castle

To discover more about the history of Kos Town, a visit to the Castle is a must. Located in the centre of the harbour, the fortification, otherwise known as The Castle of the Knights Order of Saint John
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4. Explore the ruins of Asklepion

You don’t have to be a history buff to appreciate the incredible ruins of Asklepion. It’s one of the biggest attractions on the island of Kos and well worth a few hours of your time whilst on holiday.
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