Kos, one of the Dodecanese islands in Greece, is popular for its sandy beaches. But it’s also rich with Greek and Roman antiquities, particularly around Kos Town. The harbour area of Kos Town is particularly attractive with the Castle of the Knights - a great day out for any visitor.
Calamari for dinner tonight, Kos Island, Greece. Kos, one of Greece’s Dodecanese Islands, is known for its abundant sandy beaches. It’s also rich with Greek and Roman antiquities, particularly in and around busy Kos Town. This harbor city is dominated by the 15th-century Castle of the Knights fortress. It’s also home to the Kos Archaeological Museum, the Ancient Agora ruins, and the 3rd-century Casa Romana villa with its lavish mosaics.
Kos: Uma das paradisíacas Ilhas Gregas no Mar Egeu