Kerry Mclaughlin

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☼ Grecia Greece ☼ Mapa de la isla de Kos, en las Islas Griegas del Dodecaneso, Cýcladas, Grecia.

☼ Grecia Greece ☼ Mapa de la isla de Kos, en las Islas Griegas del Dodecaneso, Cýcladas, Grecia.

a dream place | on the beach - Agios Stefanos near Kefalos -… | Flickr

a dream place | on the beach - Agios Stefanos near Kefalos -… | Flickr

Kos, one of the Dodecanese islands in Greece, is popular for its sandy beaches. But it’s also rich with Greek and Roman antiquities, particularly around Kos Town. The harbour area of Kos Town is particularly attractive with the Castle of the Knights - a great day out for any visitor.

Kos, one of the Dodecanese islands in Greece, is popular for its sandy beaches. But it’s also rich with Greek and Roman antiquities, particularly around Kos Town. The harbour area of Kos Town is particularly attractive with the Castle of the Knights - a great day out for any visitor.

What to do in Kos, Greece? There is so much to do on Kos Island, These are a few of the best day trips.

What to do in Kos, Greece? There is so much to do on Kos Island, These are a few of the best day trips.

What to do in Kos, Greece? There is so much to do on Kos Island, These are a few of the best day trips.

What to do in Kos, Greece? There is so much to do on Kos Island, These are a few of the best day trips.

Nissyros. Volcanic craters. According to Greek mythology, the island was formed when Poseidon cut off a part of Kos and threw it onto the giant Polybotes to stop him from escaping. The ancient name of the Nisyros was Porphyris. Ancient walls, dating from the 5th century BC, part of the acropolis of the island, are found near Mandraki. Photo by Helen Hartofilis

Nissyros. Volcanic craters. According to Greek mythology, the island was formed when Poseidon cut off a part of Kos and threw it onto the giant Polybotes to stop him from escaping. The ancient name of the Nisyros was Porphyris. Ancient walls, dating from the 5th century BC, part of the acropolis of the island, are found near Mandraki. Photo by Helen Hartofilis