The Archaeological Museum of Kos stands in the heart of Kos Town. It includes findings from the Ancient Agora, the Asklepieion and other sites on the island.
The myth says that under this plane tree in Kos Town, Hippocrates, the father of medicine, would teach his students the secrets of healing.
Kos has a rich history, influenced by many cultures. Therefore, sightseeing in Kos is more than enjoyable
Crystal clear beaches for all taste; large or small, sandy or with pebbles, quiet or cosmopolitan, organized or not, on Kos Island you will find your summer paradise
Asklepieion is the most significant archaeological site on the island. In antiquity, it worked as a healing center and it got its name from Asklepios, son of Apollo and protector of health and medicine.
Kastri is a tiny island right opposite the beach of Agios Stefanos. Remains of fortification and a small church are located on this islet, which is reached by boat.