Sandy Beach Hotel

Marmari, Kos, 85300, Greece
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The Asclepeion in KosThe Asclepeion in Kos

A shaded, flowery back street of Kos TownA shaded, flowery back street of Kos Town

feeding the peacocksfeeding the peacocks

Kriti Taverna, Kos TownKriti Taverna, Kos Town

Travel Tips for Kos

The harbour of Kos city

by dedeckerm.

The harbour of Kos city
The capital `also called Kos, is built around a pretty little port lined with yachts and fishing boats an makes a good base from which to explore the rest of the island.
The harbour, bordered by a wide promenade, is a popular place to take a stroll.
You can sit with a drink in the comfort of one of the numerous harbour-front tavernas, which never seem to close, and watch woman selling oranges or fishermen mending their yellow nets...

Boat

by steventilly

Kos is a busy little port. There are inter-island ferries of all types ("traditional", fast catemarans and hydrofoils), cruise ships, private yachts, warships, merchant vessels and a whole host of day trip craft. Boats all go from some part of the main harbour in Kos town (find out which part when you book) except for some of the hydrofoils that leave from a jetty just behind the tourist information centre (pictured).

Warships

by steventilly

The Greek navy seemed to be very busy around Kos and there was a different couple of patrol boats in harbour every night. Kos is very close to Turkey and I guess they are watching out for illegal immigrants trying to make the crossing. Either that or they were just in for some R&R, and what better place to come for it?

Colourful Streets

by steventilly

This very colourful street is just back from the harbour area. It's archetypically Greek but it's obviously been "artificially" created to be that way by the taverna at the top of the street. This is no bad thing though as it does make for a very pretty street and the taverna is excellent, one of the best that we ate at.

The Asclepieion

by dedeckerm.

"At the Asclepieion"


Four km. to the South East of the city we visit the `Aesculapium, infirmary of antiquity, which began to be built in the 4th century B.C.
The ground slope is such that buildings exist on four different levels connected by a marble stair-case.
Among the ruins we can discern the Temple of Aesculapius, the Stoa of Hippocrates` medical school, and the altar

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