The more remarkable souvenir a modern traveler can come home with is a new experience. And Kos Island offers such a variety of activities that it is almost impossible not to try a few! Discover countless scenic beaches and historical landmarks, such as the Plane Tree of Hippocrates or the iconic Asklepion of Kos.
Kos Island is the third largest island in the Dodecanese, offers a mild climate throughout the year and features a coastline of almost 112 kilometres. Being a popular tourist destination, Kos is a wise and solid choice when it comes to summer holidays mainly for two reasons; firstly, due to the easy access through its international and newly renovated airport and secondly, due to the numerous activities, promising a broad travel experience.
Island hopping, kite surfing, scuba diving, hiking, mountain bike, wine tasting, even bird watching (read that again) are only some of the activities available on Kos Island. Alykes Salt Lakes in Tigaki is considered a protected Natura 2000 location and often hosts exotic flamingos! Of course, it is impossible not to swim into Tigaki's teal-blue waters or try horseback riding on the beach, as facilities are located only a mere kilometre away from the villas. Cycling is also quite a popular activity whilst on the island, so why not rent a bicycle and wander around? Kos Island is often referred to as “bicycle island”, offering more than 10 miles of cycling lanes. Cycling through the island's picturesque routes will pacify your soul.