Kos Island Vacations
Athens, the national capital, is located 200 miles (322 kilometers) northwest of Kos Island, while Rhodes lies 65 miles (105 kilometers) to the southeast.
Step back into the past and get a glimpse of what life was like many years ago in some of the castles in Kos Island. Perhaps you can conjure up images of the wandering ghosts of long-ago nobles when you hear the history of the Antimachia Castle or the Castle Palaio Pyli.
Peer back through the pages of time at Tree of Hippocrates and Roman Odeon Amphitheater, two of the important heritage sites in Kos Island. After you’ve visited these, it’s also a good idea to explore some of the other monuments and heritage buildings in Kos Island.
The most talked about coastal spots this region are Mastichari Beach and Kos Thermes. These are two examples of the attractive beaches along the coastline.
The nature preserves surrounding Kos Island allow visitors to see the birds, trees and plants that exist in the local area. To explore one of the most visited conservation preserves, head out to Plaka Forest.
No mater how many attractions you’ve managed to cram into your schedule, no vacation in Kos Island is complete without paying a visit to the Church of Agia Paraskevi.