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Beautiful beaches, friendly locals, and an amazing infrastructure: it’s no wonder that Kos is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece.

It’s not all about beach life, either. Kos has plenty to offer in terms of history and culture, too. Hippocrates, the daddy of modern medicine, was born in Kos and he’s still a pretty popular guy in those parts. Not only is Kos airport named after him, the locals also hold a huge Hippocrates festival every summer with singing, dancing, and art exhibitions.

Kos is known for being organised, with a great infrastructure for tourists. Hotels, apartments, and guesthouses are most plentiful in the following areas of the island. Whatever resort you’re staying in, it’s easy to get to another thanks to an extensive bus and ferry network.

Kos Town

As the island’s biggest settlement, it’s no surprise that Kos Town has a huge collection of hotels, bars, and restaurants. The town is famous for its palm tree lined beach and buzzing bar scene, but culture vultures will find that the picturesque town is also great for sightseeing. Within the city limits you’ll find Roman ruins, a medieval castle, and the tree where Hippocrates is rumoured to have taught his students.


This bustling resort on the east coast of Kos is perfect if you’re looking for a traditional beach holiday. Large hotel chains sit behind the beach, while bathers dip in and out of the crystal clear waters. There’s great nightlife in the old village square, with quaint tavernas sitting side by side with cocktail and karaoke bars. Water sports are rife, with plenty of opportunities to try your hand at parasailing, windsurfing, and jet-skiing.


For a more peaceful holiday, head to the chilled out resort of Kefalos. Most of the resort’s hotels, bars and restaurants sit along the local beach, Kamari Bay. Traditional restaurants can be found in the quaint old town, with its whitewashed houses and ancient windmills. Wander through the narrow streets and discover byzantine churches, handicraft shops, and art galleries.


Tingaki boasts one of the best beaches in Kos. The pristine white sands make it a pleasant place to sunbathe and the shallow waters are great if you want to splash about with the little ones. It’s a very family friendly resort with a low key nightlife. There’s no shortage of friendly bars, but they’re the sort of places you’d pop into for a chilled out drink: not to party until the break of dawn.