Kos Island is a scenic island located in the Aegean Sea. The quaint island is an escape spot for holiday makers who want to take some time off to relax and unwind. The island is filled with some beautiful ruins from the Byzantine era and some amazing spots for touring. These are the most beautiful parts of the island.
Mastichari is a beautiful haven for tourists who want to really rejuvenate their bodies while exploring some archeological sites like the Early Christian Basilica which has some breathtaking designs on its mosaic floors. Mastichari is popular for its scrumptious fresh fish and delightful seafood. The sunset in this town is the best in the entire island.
Very close to the island’s eponymous town is the gorgeous settlement, Zipari. The village has an ultra-modern vibe compared to the classic ambiance of Kos. There are a few Basilicas in this town, and the tarred streets are wider than others on the island.
From the slopes on Kefalos, visitors can have sweeping views of the Bay of Kamari and the Aegean. At this idyllic village is different fascinating architecture like the Monastery of Avios Ioannis, the old site of Palatia and the Basilica of Avios Stefanos.
Asfendiou has been argued to be the most beautiful part of Kos Island. The charming village located on Mount Dikaion is linked to three other small villages. The village has an alley of narrow streets that add to its beauty. The stonebuilt houses should not be missed.
Antimachia in Kos is older than the pyramids of Egypt. This ancient village is known for its dance and music lifestyle. Visitors also enjoy partaking in swimming or basking in the glory of the sun. The most delicious honey in Kos is found in this settlement. Tourists love the stunning Venetian Castle in this village.
The turquoise, clear and shallow waters of Tigaki coupled with its endless stretch of powdery white sand are some of the reasons why the beach area is referred to as one of the beautiful parts of Kos Island.
Pyli is the drawcard of Kos Island. The sea of olive trees, countless stone houses and greenery are simply a sight to behold. The town is known for its six fountains and a necropolis that dates back to the Hellenistic period.
The dreamy seashore town of Marmaris is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Kos. The sandy beaches which are linked to dunes are some of the town’s attractive spots. The tall trees which grow on the side of the beach in the village are also a must-see.
Built on the former site of an archaic city known as Alesana is the gem called Kardamena. The little town is the archeological center of Kos town. The town boasts of significant finds which date back to antiquity. There are also Romanian buildings and an ancient theatre.
Zia is the crown jewel of Kos Island. The magical village is tucked in the forests, along the slopes of a mountain. Zia is the postcard of Kos not only because the town is enchanting but because all the beautiful areas on the Island can be seen from it.