KOS – NORTHERN DODECANESE – KOS
Welcome to the homeland of Hippocrates. A complete Greek Island to the core. You can swim in the sparkling water, rent a car and enjoy your day at the island. See the Hippocrates plane tree, wander around the square, taste the yogurt pistachio and mastic flavored ice creams, do not forget to have plenty of mythos and rent a bike; there are many things you can do at Kos.
An island, where the bays invite you to see the various shades of green and blue. Climb up the sheer stairs at Platonos, sniff a total Greek air at its alleys. Make sure you visit the castle built on a volcanic hill. This tiny island offers many sights to visit.
This must see island with its snow white architecture and small souvenir shops introduces you to the glimmer of Skala and offers ultimate pleasure with its tiny fish restaurants. You will not keep your eyes off the bougainvilleas hanging down the houses in every step. Do not forget to visit the Saint Johanna Monastery at Khora. Patmos is regarded as the holy place for Orthodox.
It is a typical and adorable fisher island with its small taverns. The local people here celebrate a special day each year on August 23rd, when everyone has fun all night long, dining on the tables set at the streets.
This peaceful island with a heavenly view and beach embodies cheerful local people. The island hosts the young climbers from abroad. Do not miss this chance if you are interested in climbing. If lucky, you can encounter syrtos nights organized by the municipality and dance at the streets.
A tiny, yet remained traditional island with its spotless water and beaches. You can taste the delicious appetizers and fish, sip your uzo at the taverns at a cheaper price than the other islands. Make sure you visit the blue domed churches and caves.