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About Kos

Beautiful Kos is an area bursting with historical significance and stunning coastlines. It’s ideal for those who enjoy time at the beach as Kos is littered with them! From hidden coves to bustling beach bars you’ll find them all on Kos. Kos will have something to please all types of holidaymakers from its ancient ruins, cosmopolitan Kos Town and both lively and family beaches, take your pick.

The locals of this popular Greek island enjoy rich blue skies for much of the year. It’s therefore a pleasurable place to explore the rocky hillsides by foot or stroll among the cafes and restaurants serving up fresh Mediterranean cuisine. Boat trips, wine tasting, watersports or day trips are all great ways to spend your days on the island and you’ll find plenty of activities to keep you busy. For those looking for more of a party scene look no further than Kardamena, which has a strip of late night bars and clubs.

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When To Go

May through to September is when the temperatures are highest in Kos, with an average above 20 degrees Celsius. If you’re planning on taking a dip in the ocean, visit in September when the sea is at its warmest. February is the coldest month of the year, yet the temperature doesn’t often drop below ten degrees Celsius. January is the wettest month, although it’s still relatively warm and comfortable.

Fast facts about Kos

  • Currency
  • How to get there
    Fly directly into Kos Island International Airport in the heart of the region
  • Official Language
  • Time
    Two hours ahead of the UK
  • Time from airport
    Kos Island Airport is around a 30 minute drive from Kos town to the east

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • A sunset horse ride
    Erika’s Horse Riding Farm will guide you during a tranquil ride along Marmaris sandy beach as the sun creeps below the horizon – a serene way to end the day.
  • Explore Ancient Akora
    This important archaeological site includes ancient temples, baths and houses, while various other constructions and mosaics dating back to different periods have also been found. The area provides a look back at the earlier days of Greece’s famous history.
  • Indulge in a Kos Imperial Spa trip
    Feel rejuvenated after a harmonious visit to this spa on the very eastern tip of the island. Request a massage, rest in the sauna and steam room or take a dip in the pool for complete relaxation.
  • Unwind at Kantouni Music Café
    The vibrant café is an informal environment to sample Mediterranean cuisine or enjoy a refreshing cocktail, and by night the inviting music attracts guests to the outdoor tables.
  • Visit Hippocrates’ Plane Tree
    The legendary physician, philosopher and naturalist is said to have taught his pupils under the tree, which is almost certainly one of Europe’s oldest.