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Holidays in Kos
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Holidays in Kos
A traditional Greek cafe in Kos
Holidays in Kos

Kos Holidays

The birthplace of Hippocrates, Kos is unrivalled with its beautiful 290 kilometres of coastline. Beyond the golden sand beaches, you’ll discover lush valleys and the craggy Mount Dikeos, and each daily adventure will greet you with more incredible history and ancient architecture than you can imagine.

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Mitsis Family Village

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This four-star hotel provides easy access to great beach and sea activities, being just a five-minute walk from a Blue Flag-awarded beach. Located on the beautiful Greek island of Kos, there's fun for the whole family with a variety of activities, pools, and water slides. A fun-filled children's club keeps the kids entertained, while adults enjoy bars, restaurants, amphitheater shows, and much more.

7 nights All Inclusive From €1,139 pp Including Flights
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Mitsis Norida Hotel

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A 24-hour, five-star hotel that boasts a Blue Flag-awarded pebble beach on the beautiful Greek island of Kos. With a vast choice of beautiful pools, restaurants and activities to enjoy, this hotel provides solo travellers, couples and families a great chance to make wonderful memories of their stay.

7 nights All Inclusive From €1,189 pp Including Flights
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An ultra-all-inclusive, 499-room hotel with a breathtaking landscape on a resort with a Blue Flag-awarded crystal-clear beach. Located a ten-minute drive from Kardamena Town and a fifteen-minute taxi ride from the airport.

7 nights All Inclusive From €1,499 pp Including Flights
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Situated along Kos' southwest coast, Ikos Aria offers a beautiful and contemporary take on warm Greek hospitality. Enjoy all-inclusive luxury with delicious food, five pools and kids clubs.The ultimate resort for families and couples

7 Nights All Inclusive From €2,449 pp Including Flights
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Grecotel Kos Imperial

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Set on the beach in Psalidi, Grecotel Kos Imperial Thalasso boasts a gorgeous pool landscape, gourmet dining and an excellent choice of accommodation including seafront bungalows and beachfront villas which are ideal for couples or families

7 nights Half Board From €1,459 pp Including Flights
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Beautiful, fun and cultural

Kos is a stunning Greek island, boasting an incredible coastline and a fascinating history that presents itself at every corner. From the castle ruins in Mount Dikeos, to Kos Town’s Italian-era architecture, this island tells an interesting story.

Much like other Greek islands, Kos is a destination of many sides. Kardamena is very busy indeed, adorned with bars, English pubs and a booming nightlife. In order to see the real Kos, we’d recommend leaving this area behind (unless you fancy a night of cocktails), and instead settle down in Kefalos, a gorgeous area where ancient ruins and traditional houses are mixed with welcoming cafes and restaurants in the beach resort of Kamari. Psalidi is just as quiet, with a small scatter of tavernas and local shops.

Why visit Kos?

  • Pretty much every corner you turn, you’ll be met with incredible ancient Greek history in Kos. Even the capital itself is adorned with ancient ruins, with an impressive medieval castle overlooking the harbour. Our favourite archaeological sites to visit include the Asklepion of Kos - the ruins of an ancient healing temple where Hippocrates, one of the biggest figures in medical history, once practiced. The Paleo Pyli Fortress is also fascinating, which is the ruin of the acropolis of the abandoned Old Pyli settlement that resides on the Mount Dikeos range.
  • The beaches are stunning in Kos, leading on to sweeping valleys and craggy mountain ranges. Most are blessed with gorgeous soft sands and azure waters. Kardamena is a great day trip for families, with plenty of sun loungers, welcoming taverns and safe waters for the kids to splash around. Meanwhile, if you’re in the mood for quiet relaxation, Kefalos Bay is located a little further away from the resort areas.
  • Greek food is sensational, and each island has its own local delicacies for you to try. For Kos, it’s a unique sour cheese called xynomyzithra and a spicy cheese cooked in wine called krasotyri, best enjoying in a traditional ouzeri – a Greek tavern where they offer divine meze, the Greek’s answer to tapas.
  • Kos Town, the island’s capital, is one of our favourite cities to explore in Greece. As you stroll through the streets you’ll be greeted with Kos’ rich history, including architecture dating back to the island’s Byzantine, Ottoman and Italian rules. Fascinating mosques, classic narrow stone streets, Italian-era buildings and talented street artists make this a charming place to visit.

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