Kos

Kos

 

Kos – Picruresque mountain villages on Dikeos the highest mountain of Kos (846m) offer a spectacular view over the northern coastline towards the neighboring island and give the visitor a deep feeling of freedom over the sea. Antimachia, the only village to have kept its ancient name, is full of traditional windmills, spread along the ruins of the famous Venetian Castle.

Small villages by the sea or on the mountainside add to the beauty of Kos and give a traditional touch to your stay. Zia, Tigaki, Marmari, Mastichari, Antimachia, Kardamena and Kefalos are only some of the Places you can’t leave Kos without having seen.

 

      Sightseeing

It was built over the ruins of a Hellenistic house, where wonderful mosaics were discrovered
The Asklepieion is undoubtedly the most important monument on Kos, the oldest and most famous centre of healing in the ancient world. It is until today that the Hippocratic Oath is heard every summer at the temple of Asklepieion, spoken in Ancient Greek.
The Thermes (Baths) in the harbor is comprised of a circular hall with porticoes

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