24H IN KOS: FROM DUSK TILL DAWN
Explore the cultural side of Kos in the morning
Mostly known as the island of Hippocrates, the father of medicine, Kos offers every visitor the opportunity to unveil numerous cultural and historical sightseeing. The island’s most important ancient site, Asklepieion, stands on the south of Kos Town. Asklepeion is located just a few meters from natural springs and has the remains of the temples of Asclepius and Apollo that were initially destroyed by an earthquake. Also, one exceptional sightseeing is the Knights Castle, built on the ruins of an ancient fortress which stands right at the entrance of the port of Kos’ town. In your visit to Kos town, spare some time and tour this place and see the remains of this castle.
Spend your noon at the beach
The entire southern coastline of Kos is covered in stunning beaches. Whatever your mood is – sand or pebbles, sun loungers or just a towel to lie on – Kos offers everything you may desire. You can dip in and out wherever you like or select a few highlights before you set out. Kefalos beach is a long and sandy cove on the southern side of the island, situated 4km southwest of Kos Town, perfect for everyone. Psalidi beach is a blue flag awarded beach with pebbles, within a short distance from the town of Kos. Along the coast, you will find some nice beach bars, diving clubs and windsurfing centres for those who seek to experience unforgettable water sports experiences!
Grab a bite in the afternoon
The stunning island of Kos meets and greets the tastes of every traveller. Beyond the pristine beaches and beautiful coasts, the island offers numerous traditional and picturesque villages and even beneficial thermal springs. Zia, the highest village of Kos, about 14km away from the town, is well-known for the breathtaking view of the sunset and the entire island. Enjoy your meal in one of the taverns, decorated in traditional Greek island style and wander around the shops with handmade souvenirs and natural products such as honey, soap and syrups. Located 12 kilometers to the south of Kos town, Thermes is a black pebbled beach with hot water. There is no water sport, but this beach offers a secluded, private and cool place to spend time with your spouse.
End your night at the dancefloor
Instead of Kos going dull at night, this Island rather gets to life at night. The numerous trendy restaurants and bars will ensure that you stay entertained. There is cool pop music being played around and making the experience one not to miss in your visit.