Kos Island, one of the largest of the 12 Islands, is also known for its magnificent historical monuments from the Ottoman, Byzantine and Venetian periods, waiting for its guests in all its glory.
Kos Island, one of the largest of the 12 Islands, also known as Istankoy, is only 8 nautical miles away from the Bodrum Peninsula. Its magnificent historical monuments from the Ottoman, Byzantine, and Venetian periods await guests in all their glory. In addition to its historical landmarks, Kos is a modern tourist center with extravagant hotels, restaurants, beaches, and nightlife.
The world-famous Hippocrates Tree, located in the center of Kos Island, is one of its most important symbols. Hippocrates, considered the father of medicine in mythological times, demonstrated that human treatment could be achieved through education and established a medical center called Asclepion here. To this day, doctors come to Kos Island to take the Hippocratic Oath.
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