Rental car pick up from EXER office, 100m outside and on the left from the Airport area.
Kos is an island in the Aegean Sea and the third largest in the Dodecanese. Rich in historical monuments, Kos has a strong archaeological interest, while it is called the "island of Hippocrates", as the father of medicine was born there. The most remarkable element that characterises the island is the wide roads and the endless cycle paths, which is why Kos is often described as the island of the bicycle. It is an island ideal for families, couples or friends and rich in activities, entertainment and delicious food.
Kos has been inhabited since ancient times and this is visible in its rich heritage. There are monuments to see from the time of ancient Greece but also from the Middle Ages. By renting a car the visitor can drive to surrounding picturesque villages and places of interest. Therma with its springs, Tigaki with its popular beach, Palio Pyli with the ruins of the medieval settlement and of course the castle of Antimachia are worth a visit.
Within the town of Kos, apart from the ruins of the ancient city, it is worth a walk to the castle of the Knights and Asklepios, perhaps the most popular point of interest.