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      Island of Kos, Greece, panorama

      Island of Kos, Greece.

      One of the most beautiful islands on the Aegean Sea awaits you with gorgeous beaches, charming villages, memorable parties and lots of other activities.

      Island of Kos, Greece

      Chill out in Kos.

      From never-ending parties on the beach, to cosy restaurants, cafés and taverns, you won't get bored in Kos.

      Kos pottery

      Looking for the best souvenir?

      Pick one of the many colourful handcrafted pottery goods and take a little bit of the Greek sunshine home with you!

      Flights to Kos, Greece

      Get ready to make the most of it, because the island of Kos has plenty of surprises in store. Considered one of the most beautiful islands of the Dodecanese, it has everything you could want: beaches as far as the eye can see, beautiful villages, memorable parties and diverse activities… for starters!

      Whether you want to enjoy the Greek nightlife, have a peaceful getaway or explore cultural sites, this destination has something for everyone. No wonder the island is attracting more tourists than ever, each year, and that it was once the favourite of the Greek gods!

      So why not go ahead and book your airline ticket to the Island of Kos with Brussels Airlines today!


      What to do in Kos?

      1. The main city of Kos is a centre of cultural sites, such as the Kastro (an archaeological Museum), the Tree of Hippocrates and the Mosque of Gazi Hassan Pacha. If you haven’t had enough, you can view ancient ruins, such as houses, temples, baths and mosaics in various areas of the old town, but the absolute must remains the Asclepieion, the site of the ancient temple to the God of medicine.
      2. The “Casa Romana” is also well worth a visit. This Greco-Roman villa has incredible mosaics. And don’t miss the ancient Odeon, where great musical competitions were held.
      3. Finally, you can visit the many small villages scattered throughout Kos. Don’t miss Palio Pylio, Asfendiou, Kardamena and Kefalos, they make the perfect locations for taking pictures of your holiday in Greece!
      4. Sunset lovers will want to head to the south of the peninsula, Moni Agiou Theologou, to admire the spectacular landscape and breathtaking skies!
      5. Of course, there are plenty of opportunities for water sports, thanks to the spectacular beaches on the island of Kos. One of the best known is “Paradise Beach”, which does its name justice. Highly popular for its fine, white sand, the beach is also famous for the bubbles that rise to the surface, generated by underwater volcanic activity. There are also other beaches such as Tagaki, Mastichari, Lambi and finally, Kardamena.
      6. The island of Kos is also famous for its parties that last all night long. It’s the perfect destination for soaking up the nightlife and you can take your pick from the bars, nightclubs, or even the various beaches where beach parties are held. These lively, colourful parties are sure to keep you going into the wee hours!

      Practical information for your trip to Kos

      • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Kos airport, located 23 km from the city centre.
      • Time zone: UTC+2 (During summer time Greece switches to DST: UTC +3)
      • Currency: Euro. Make sure to always have some cash on hand as not all restaurants accept credit cards. ATMs are available throughout the country.
      • Electric sockets: Plug type C and type F (two round pins) suitable for appliances of 230 V – 50 Hz.
      • Travel information: Greece is part of the Schengen-zone, meaning that under normal circumstances, EU citizens may travel without a passport. Non-EU citizens must have a valid passport. Citizens of the following countries may enter Greece without a visa: Countries of the European Union, the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Citizens of other countries require a visa. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website: www.iatatravelcentre.com.
      • Vaccination: No vaccinations are necessary to visit Greece. For more health information, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.

      What to do and not do in Kos?

      • Kos is an island that is known for respecting the environment, so please support this and don’t litter. Otherwise, you may have to pay a hefty fine.
      • If you’re looking for the perfect gift or souvenir of your holiday in Greece, look no further! You’ll find excellent quality leather goods, shoes, pottery and carpets.
      • You should always carry some cash with you because in the more remote villages, it will not always be possible to pay by card.
      • Before taking photos of cultural sites, it’s best to ask permission because in some cases, a fee is charged!
      • The beaches on the west coast are less frequented by tourists and are therefore quieter. If you’re looking for tranquillity, you know where to find it!

      A few words of Greek

      • Kalimera is the usual greeting in the morning, if you’re greeting someone in the afternoon or evening, say kalispera. Goodnight is kalinikta, do pay attention though as kalinikta is only used as a goodbye, never as a greeting. Going for drinks with friends? The Greeks don’t say cheers but yamas! Want to go out? Say Pame gia café. It literally means “Let’s go for a coffee” but it’s generally used to go out for drinks, not specifically coffee. If you have a particular Greek lady or gentleman in mind, this is the way to ask them out for a drink.

      When to go to Kos?

      The island of Kos has a Mediterranean climate with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers. The best time to visit is therefore between June in mid-September. If you are susceptible to cold, you might want to bring along a light sweater as the wind can make temperatures feel cooler. However, don’t forget your sunglasses and your sunscreen, either.

      What to eat in Kos?

      If you want to taste the local specialties, go to the village of Andimahia. In the stalls of the local market, you’ll find mouth-watering goat cheeses, honey and jams.

      Cultural events in Kos

      • Each year there is a wine festival in Mastichari. It’s an opportunity to taste only the best Greek wines, while dances are organised to entertain the curious.
      • The Hippocrates Festival is unquestionably the biggest event on the island. Throughout the entire summer, you can enjoy art exhibitions and concerts and listen to fascinating stories.

      Book your flight to Kos, Greece!

      Please note that you will be able to book your flight to Kos with Brussels Airlines as of November 2017. We will fly to/from Kos between 14 April 2018 and 21 October 2018.

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