Bodrum - Kos Tours

Kos is the closest island to us in the Aegean Sea. Throughout its history, the island has been influenced by traces of Carians, Persians, Romans, Turks, Italians, and Germans, making it a true paradise for tourism. With its deep-rooted past, the island has opened its doors to many civilizations, and you can find the works of Abrahamic religions there. On the island, you can discover a mosque, a Catholic church dating back to the Roman period, a synagogue, and Orthodox churches where the majority of the island's population worships. Kos, the birthplace of Hippocrates, attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. Places recommended for a visit on the island include the windmills of Antimachia, Asklepion, the ancient agora, Roman ruins, and the Knights' Castle.