Kos Island in Greece, arguably one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in the Dodecanese islands, offers an array of exciting attractions. 

Its delightful climate, idyllic waters, and historical landmarks create an irresistible charm that entices travelers of all ages. The Greek island boasts a blend of ancient Greek and Roman ruins, together with breathtaking beaches and animated nightlife. 

With Kos Town, its capital, being a bustling hub of culture and commerce, tourists can take a stroll on its winding streets embellished with atmospheric tavernas and cafes. Besides, the town’s architecture includes the renowned Castle of the Knights of Saint John and the Roman Odeon Amphitheater, adding to its already fascinating lure.  

Kos Island’s rich cultural heritage and awe-inspiring natural splendor make it an exquisite destination suited for every traveling adventurer.

Through Kos International Airport (KGS) located 24km west of Kos Town .

From Athens International Airport (ATH) (Duration 1 hour), Thessaloniki International Airport (SKG) as well as other airports in Greece .

Kos International Airport (KGS) also connects with airports in other countries in Europe .

From Piraeus Port ( Duration 12 hours ), as well as other islands of the Dodecanese such as Rhodes, Symi, Leros, Lipsi, Kalymnos, Patmos with daily itineraries .

Kos also connects with the ports of Turgutreis (Duration 20 to 30 min) and Bodrum (Duration 15 to 20 min) in Turkey .

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