nature and history
Kos is a Greek island in the south-eastern Aegean Sea, opposite the coast of Turkey and is a part of the Dodecanese island group.
It is famous for its sandy beaches, historical sites, and vibrant nightlife. Kos is a popular destination for tourists of all ages and interests, as it offers a variety of attractions and activities.
A true mediterranean oasis both for history enthusiasts and adventure seekers.
island full of history
Kos is an island with a rich and eventful history that dates back to ancient times. According to Greek mythology, Kos is the sacred land of Asclepius, the god of healing.
It is often described as an open air museum, featuring dozens of archeological sites and museums.
Hippocrates, the father of medicine, practised and taught his medicine in the ancient Asklepieion, one of the most emblematic landmarks.
blue is every where
Greece is blessed with the bluest of seas, the brightest sunlight, and some of the most beautiful islands you can find on planet earth. There are over 6000 islands, only around 200 of them are inhabited. You can spend a lifetime coming back again and again, and you will see something new every time. Our neighbourhood is also rich with some of the most amazing Greek islands.
earth is our home
Kos is a beautiful island with a rich, natural landscape, home to a variety of natural wonders, including stunning beaches, wetlands, springs and mountains. You can explore by car, bike or on foot, either way, there are so many choices for every one.
we are what we eat
Greek cuisine is a celebration of fresh, seasonal ingredients and simple, yet flavourful dishes. The Mediterranean diet, which is rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, and olive oil, is a cornerstone of Greek cuisine . Greeks approach food with a combination of seriousness and nostalgia, inevitably thinking back to the dishes they were raised on . A meal is almost always a social, convivial occasion, which revives the original meaning of companionship – people who broke bread together