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Browse below Kos attractions. The listings appear in the order of most wanted pages.

COMPLEX OF EARLY CRISTIAN BACILICAS OF ST. STEPHEN
Southern Basilica: It is a three - aisled basilica with colonnades, a semi - circular apse in the east and a rectangular narthex on the west. A marble chancel, whose only remmant is the stylobate, used to separate the central aisle from the apse. The two entrances of the narthex lead westward... more info ...



HIPPOCRATES PLANE TREE
The famous plane tree of Hippocrates stands in front of the Castle of the Knights, at the centre of Kos town. It is a huge tree, with a perimeter of twelve meters, which is considered to be the largest in Europe. The inhabitants claim that it was planted by Hippocrates, the greatest doctor in antiqu... more info ...

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THE NERATZIA CASTLE
It is situated in the entrance of the Kos harbour on a place where, in antiquity, there was an island, communicating with the inland through a brigde, that one sees even today (The bridge of the Phoenicians street). It is formed of two defensive precincts. The interior one has four circular Towers i... more info ...



ASKLEPION
Situated 4 km west of Kos, Asklepeio is the most significant archaeological site on the island. The excavations here began in 1902, by Iakovos Zaraftis from Kos and Hertsok from Germany. Asklepeio was built in a green area full of cypress trees. During the ancient years, it served as a sanatorium an... more info ...



EPTA BEMATA
The church of St John the Baptist (Epta Bemata) is inside the actual cemetery, southwards to the Kos city. The ground plan shows a circle with four semicircular corner conchs and one in the middle of the eastern side, inscribed in a quadrangle. Two more conchs in the middle of southern and northern ... more info ...