Kos

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KOS

Kos is the second most populated and most popular of the Dodecanese islands. If you look beyond the commercial facade of the island, Kos offers a grand variety of things to do and see, from cycling to trekking and of course beautiful beaches and a lively night life.

The main port and settlement of the island is also called Kos. Apart from the town’s famous bar-street, the city is known for its 14th century fortress built by the Knights of Rhodes. Hippocrates, the ancient physician and father of medicine, is believed to have been born in Kos; an emblematic tree on his name stands in the center of the town along with a temple where he is supposed to have taught his students.

Kos has daily connections to all the Dodecanese islands and Piraeus and regular boats to the Cyclades. There is also ferry service weekly to Samos and Thessaloniki.