The Tree of Hippocrates is the plane tree under which, according to legend, Hippocrates of Kos taught his pupils the art of medicine.
Consisting of ruins of pillars and buildings, this place used to be the main town market where people met.
Various items from the Bronze Age have been found in this cave. Its name means 'white stone', because it is formed from limestone.
Eleftheria square; literally meaning Liberty Square, is the main square in central Nicosia, the capital city of Cyprus, in Europe.
Named after their location in the western part of the Kos town, these ruins are one of the oldest and the most interesting on the island.
Belonging to the most exquisite beaches of the island, this site offers crystal-clear water and good facilities.
Visitors of this museum can discover the interesting history of Kos and Greece. See numerous excavations here.
The beautiful long beach in the village of Mastichari is an ideal place to relax and try some delicious seafood.
Not only can you swim or sunbathe at this small beach, but it is also a popular place to go fishing and boating.