Affordable one-way flights to Kos


Whatever you want from your Greek island holiday, you're bound to find it in Kos - it's one of those islands that has it all! This pretty Greek island sits just below Turkey - in fact, you can even take a ferry from Kos to Bodrum for the ultimate two in one holiday!

The resorts vary from party towns, to historical hotspots, with plenty of stunning scenery in-between. You'll have no problems putting together a full itinerary for a holiday to Kos, with the attractions and resorts all within easy reach of one another.

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Those who have all night parties high on their holiday agenda will find Kardamena to be a one stop party shop, it’s also got water sports, boat tours and a gorgeous wide sandy beach. However, if you're travelling with the kids, you might want somewhere a little less lively. In that case, Psalidi is one of the island's unsung heroes. The long stretch of shingle shelves gently into shallow waters - ideal for paddling or bobbing about on that lilo! There are also a handful of restaurants and bars that will keep you sustained.

For a change of pace, the island's historic capital of Kos Town is a complete mix of old and new. Along with a stunning beach and promenade, Kos Town is rich in cultural attractions, including a Roman amphitheatre, market place and gymnasium. For affordable flights to charismatic Kos, take a look at the fantastic Thomascook Airlines deals available, you’ll be packing your bags in a flash.

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Top 5 things to do in Kos

10 facts about Kos


Kos is one of the Greek Dodecanese Islands located just 4km from the coast of Bodrum in Turkey.


The mineral water spring of Thermes is located just 12km from Kos Town and offers relaxing dips in the hot waters which are said to have healing properties.


Kardamena beach is one of the best places on the island for water sports, with jet-skis being the first choice for thrill-seekers.


Mount Dikeos is the highest mountain on Kos at an impressive 846m. Hikers flock to its fragrant pine tree flanked heights for spectacular views of the island.


Plaka Forest is a fairy tale woodland with a peacock sanctuary at its heart and plenty of friendly stray cats to feed – it’s a favourite for children.


Roman mythology tells of the legendary Hercules visiting the island of Kos – we don’t blame him, it’s certainly close to mythological in its beauty.


The spectacular Hippocrates Festival takes place in Kos between July and August. Expect vibrant art and film exhibitions and traditional dance shows.


Kos Town Castle was built by the infamous Knights Templar in the 14th century and remains one of Kos’ most popular landmarks.


The Agora was the ancient market place of Kos and many temples and baths displaying exquisitely preserved mosaics remain today.


Cavo Paradiso is said to be one of Kos’ most beautiful beaches. It is relatively untouched, reached by a scenic drive past olive groves and goat herds.