Discover the best top things to do in Kos Town, Greece including Papa's Beach Bar, Eleftherias Square, Casa Romana Kos, Kos Town Cathedral, Western Archaeological Zone, Roman Odeon of Kos, Kos Town Castle, Embros Therme, Lambi Beach, The Antimachia Windmill.
Restaurants in Kos Town
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Best place in Kos for souvlaki! Great food. The staff here are extremely attentive and so so friendly. The menu offers a great variety of both traditional Greek food and other foods like pasta, pizza etc. Fourth time in Kos and this year was the first visit to Papa's but it definitely won't be my last. Amazing amazing amazing!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
My favourite square in town, nice place to stroll, to visit the municipal museum, but I'm so unhappy that the earthquake of July 2017 has destructed the elegant tower of the moschee and the small jewellery shop and the Fountain before is in a bad condition;
Hope that all this povery shoud be reconstruct.
4.5 based on 280 reviews
It is worth visiting if you are in Kos Town. The main thing to see are the mosaic floors, which however were difficult to appreciate because of either the very bright sun (in some places) or the darkness of the rooms, and the fine coating of dust that seemed to cover them. They looked quite washed out and faded. I was actually able to appreciate them better after editing my photos. There are only a few fragments of wall frescoes, some pottery, a collection of coins, and some good interpretive signs to help visitors understand how the people lived.
4.5 based on 194 reviews
Have been visiting Kos for many years and how sad we were to see this beautiful Cathedral so damaged by the recent earthquake. Do hope that the authorities / the Greek Orthodox church allocate the money to repair this lovely building. I wonder if they will ????
4 based on 203 reviews
In Leoforos Grigoriou Street you will find this nice site; you discover the site of the excavations of the gymnase Xysto, it's the largest and the most important zone and two important streets with old stones, like a via Appia, a sacred road, where passed the sacred and solemn procession of Apollon; there was also thermes of the IV century before J.-C., many mosaics to see; also a must to discover in the west zone , the excavations of the house of the removal of Europa.
4 based on 267 reviews
The Odeon is well preserved and fully accessible, and the Catacombs that run underneath it are a delightful curiosity, complete with a resident bat who probably thinks it's permanent twilight as he flies around. Free and worth seeing.
4 based on 2 reviews
This was built by knights Templar and is Kos' main tourist attraction.
A must see place, just like some of the other historic places in the town. Your will see the castle from the earlier day upto the end of the second World War. A great culture site
4 based on 718 reviews
What a beautiful place
Go there and enjoy the very warm volcanic pool with the air bubbles amongst dozens of other tourists.
Normally this is totally not my cup of tea, but this is special. The drive up there is splendid with lovely views and the place is jaw dropping.
Don't miss out on this one.
4 based on 313 reviews
Lambi beach runs north from the Kos-Bodrun ferry terminal for over 1 kilometre. It is choc-a-bloc with umbrellas and loungers, belonging to the solid run of restaurants backing the beach. The beach itself is mainly sandy, but the entry to the sea is shingle. Still OK for entering in bare feet. The sea is deep blue, very clear, and perfect for a swim. It deepens quite quickly as you go out.
4 based on 160 reviews
The last windmill in service in Greece can be found here! The guide, a young lady, leads you through the windmill and explains in detail the windmill, the history, the work of the operator and everything you need to know in a professional, very friendly way - a real highlight!
The mill itself is in perfect condition and the 2,50€ is cheap as you get cookies after the tour which have been made with the flour coming from the windmill.
Worth a recommendation!
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