Kos Island is one of the biggest islands of the 12 Islands (Twelve Islands) and they are called "Kos". Kos, located under 11 nautical miles in Bodrum; It contains historical artifacts belonging to the Ottoman and Byzantine periods. The developed population of Kos Island is around 50 thousand. Kos was ruled under the Ottoman rule until 1912, after the Italian and 2nd world war until 1948. The Turks are famous for their residence rates in the Platani (Germe) region of the typical island and the famous Turkish restaurants in this region. The mosque, library and bathhouse from the Ottoman period are still visible on Kos Island. Defterdar Mosque, which you can see in the biggest square of Kos Island, is the biggest mosque on the island and will welcome its visitors.
Asklepion Health Center and Hippocrates Tree, located in the city center in Kos, known as the island of Hippocrates, which is regarded as the “father of modern medicine”, attract the attention of tourists. The KÖVALYE CASTLE, built by the Knights of Rhodes in 1315 and similar to Bodrum Castle, is an important work that welcomes you at the port. Next to the Defterdar Mosque on Eleftherias Square of the historical Agora (Marketplace) and there is also an exhibition archaeological museum of Greek and Roman civilizations.
Tigaki, Marmari, Kardamena, Kamari and Kefalos; One of the beautiful beaches in Kos Island is the regions that come out. “Paradise Beach”, which is famous for its white sands where tourists flock to, should be kept in mind as a beach to be seen.
ZİYA. Situated at the foot of the Diaios mountain, Zia Village is the best setting for viewing the scenery in Kos. You can watch Kos beaches, Bodrum shores, Kalymnos and Pserimos islands at the same time from Zia Hill, which is famous for sunset views.
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