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Kos - This Greek island has given the world Hippocrates, father of medicine; Kos island looks like a huge floating garden. The island boasts villages well known for their beauty, e.g. Asfendiou (14 km. from the city), Kardamaina (by the sea) and Pyli. From Pyli the road leads to Palio Pyli, with remnants of an old castle, and to the fishing village Marmari and Mastichari. At the southwestern end of the island lies Kefalos, a village endowed with wonderful sandy beaches and little taverns. In Kefalos, at the Palatia site, we can see the ruins of Astypalaia, capital city of the island in Antiquity. There is a beautiful beach near the town. There are others - marvelous and often quiet places - all over the island, some of them accessible by bicycle - a means of transport much used in Kos.

Kos is the largest island in the Dodecanese after Rhodes and, unlike most other Aegean islands, Kos has a population that is increasing in numbers. Naturally, most charter companies run a base on Kos.

The city of Kos is built along a wide bay and catches the eye from the very first moment. Here you shall visit the Knights' Castle, an impressive medieval building, Freedom Square with its huge plane, under the shadow of which Hippocrates is said to have taught, also Roman homes with marvelous mosaics early Christian basilicas and the Museum, with its' statue of Hippocrates (4th century B.C.) and other fascinating items of Ancient, Hellenistic and Roman times.

Kos general information: Area: 290 sq. km. Distance of Kos ferry port from Piraeus port: 200 nautical miles. Kos Population: 21.334

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