The third largest island of the Dodecanese in the south-eastern Aegean, Kos is a treasured haven filled with some of the finest sandy beaches, turquoise waters and both ancient and medieval monuments. The birthplace of Hippocrates the father of medicine, the island’s trademark is its medieval castle (Nerantziá Castle) situated at the entrance of the port and overlooking the waterfront.
Kos Town combines various architectural styles from the ancient, medieval and modern years. Wander along the impressive avenue with the Palm Trees, or stroll around famous squares like Platánou Square and Elefthería Square and admire legendary buildings, remains of the Italian rule. Along the main pedestrian plenty of cafes, taverns, restaurants and shops can be found as well as a plethora of clubs and nightclubs, which transform the town into a hot spot during the night.