- 7 nights
- Half Board
- Return flights from Manchester
Why holiday in Kos
If you would like to explore the fascinating history of the island, Kos has a rich heritage and is home to an archaeological museum and excavation area where remains of the ancient city of Agora lie. There are many ruins and monuments to visit, like the statue of Hippocrates, around Kos Town as well as houses, temples, baths, and mosaics from different eras of Greek history.
Beach holidays in Kos
If you would prefer a quieter beach you should head to the west side of the island. Many beaches along the Kos coastline are secluded and accessed by foot so it may be worth exploring to find a private cove.
Food & Drink in Kos
There are many options when it comes to dining out in Kos. Choose from luxury hotel restaurants, beachside tavernas or travel further inland to discover traditional cuisine in the mountains. There are also international food places as well as snack bars when you fancy a quick bite to eat.
However, if you prefer a more laid-back vibe then Kos is also home to traditional Greek tavernas and restaurants where you can spend your evening relaxing with a drink. Delon Pub in Kos town is a friendly bar with a chilled out vibe and a fantastic place to watch the sports.
The local currency in Kos is the Euro. As always, we recommend you shop around for the best conversion deals.
The local language is Greek. However, English is spoken more commonly in the tourist areas meaning it is easy for English speaking tourists to navigate and communicate.
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