Road in Kos town

Hippocrates island : Kos

The island’s expansive and fabulous beaches and natural beauty join with near daily parade of traditional festivities to provide true rest and relaxation. Historical monuments, a testament to the crossroads of peoples and their cultures that the island poises, the churches, unique and characteristic architecture as well as the world famous Asclepeion - Kos is the birthplace of Hippocrates «the father of medicine » - make for the schedule of successful vacations.

Rhodes - Harbor entrance 

Kos and Rhodes

Rhodes and Kos: Two Islands, One Destination! 
There's something for everyone on these islands, so you're sure to find what you're looking for. Rhodes is known for its medieval town, while Kos is known for its stunning beaches. How to get the most out of your holidays in Rhodes and Kos? The Greek islands of Rhodes and Kos offer plenty of natural beauty and cultural highlights. We take a closer look at both islands and show you what you can see and do there.

Greek Orthodox Church Kos

Patmos and Kos

Patmos and Kos are both amazing islands with tons of history and culture to offer visitors. Both islands are popular tourist destinations, and for good reason! 
Patmos is known for its religious significance. It is where Saint John wrote the Book of Revelation. The island is also home to the Monastery of Saint John the Theologian, which is one of the most important monasteries in Greece.
Kos is said to be the birthplace of Hippocrates, who is considered the father of modern medicine. Kos is a popular tourist destination and offers something for everyone. Whether you're interested in history, culture, beaches, or simply relaxing in the sun, Kos is sure to please.