Kos, the third largest island in the Dodecanese complex, with extent of 290 square kilometers and a coastline of 112 kilometers, is located just 4 miles from the Turkish coast. The island counts some 33.000 permanent residents, but in summer the population increases as it attracts crowds of tourists.
The tourist and cultural centre of the island is mainly Kos town where many restaurants, traditional shops, nightclubs and hotels are located. Nevertheless, there are many villages in the island of Kos that it worth visiting such as Tingaki, Kefalos, Mastihari, Marmari, Zia, Zipari, Platani.
The island of Kos combines history with modern lifestyle and manages to present both archaeological and tourist interest. Our hotel Astir Odysseus just 5 km from the town of Kos is an ideal starting point to explore the treasures of the island and experience a memorable stay.