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Why Visit Kos?

Kos is one of Greece’s most popular tourist destination’s due to its exquisite beaches and crystal-clear waters. The island is also known for its exceptional nightlife, with many referring to it as the best party island of the Dodecanese.

If you’re looking for a fun day out, a visit to Aquatica water park is the perfect place to go no matter what age you are! For those who love the beauty of nature, a jeep safari tour will take you to the best spots to see the incredible Kos sunset. If you like the sound of an underwater adventure, experience some of the Greek Island’s incredible sea life with a scuba diving tour.

Kos is a great destination for young couples who enjoy a lively holiday. There is a great range of nightlife on the island, whether you prefer a casual drink or partying in some of Greece’s best nightclubs. Kos is also a fantastic family destination with plenty of attractions and family friendly hotels to keep the kid’s happy.

Things to do in Kos


A Kos holiday boasts many incredible attractions. It’s easy to fall in love with this island!

  • Soak up the sun on Aghios Stefanos beach. Here you can swim in crystal clear waters beside the remains of two 6th century Paleo-Christian churches!
  • Visit Antimachia Castle and discover the history of Kos. This church is also the perfect place to watch the sunset due to the panoramic views from the castle.
  • A coffee in the beautifully eerie abandoned village of Haihoutes is a unique experience. Admire the incredible views of the Island while you're here too!


The best places to party in Kos are Kardamaina and Kos town. These towns are filled with bar’s and clubs, each having a nightlife strip where you can dance the night away. Many bars and clubs stay open until 6am on the weekends.

Dining Out

There is a wide variety of local and international cuisine is Kos, with many restaurant’s specialising in seafood. For those with a sweet tooth, don’t forget to try Loukoumades. These are Greek honey donuts served with yoghurt, trust us they are delicious!

For Families

Kids will love the zoo in the Kos Natural Park. This small zoo is home to many interesting animals and is located in one of the islands most charming areas, Zia Vilage. 


Kos’s main market is in Eleftherias Square. This market takes place daily and there is a mix of souvenirs and local goods on offer. The perfect place to pick up a gift for your loved ones.

The Feast day of saint George

The Feast day of saint George is celebrated in Kos with a horse race. The majority of the Kos population head to the village of Pyli on April 23rd to enjoy the festivities.

Best Time to Go

The most popular time to visit Kos is during the summer season, with temperatures averaging in the high 20’s during the months of June-August. The summer in Kos is usually a rainless period, making it the perfect time for a sun holiday!

Local Info


Euro is used in Kos so you don’t have to worry about exchange rates.

Time Zone

The island is just two hours ahead of Ireland (GMT+2).

Getting around

The best way to get to Kos is by flying to Bodrum and then taking a 45-minute ferry. Flights to Bodrum from Dublin operate twice a week during the summer season. Bike rental is a popular way to get around and if you’re looking to tour the whole island, renting a car is a great way to do so.