Located just a few metres from a quiet beach on the northern side of Kos, the Ammos Resort welcomes guests to their tranquil holiday under the warm gaze of the Aegean Sun. Framed by palms, rosebushes and green pine trees, this modern hotel offers a multitude of facilities and activities to keep holidaymakers of all ages entertained throughout their time here on the island. Sports enthusiasts can go for a game of volleyball on the beach, perfect their serve on the tennis court, challenge someone to a game of ping pong, or just go for a splash in the large outdoor pool. There is also a fully-equipped gym on the premises, if you feel that way inclined, or you can just choose to lounge in the shade of a palm tree with a refreshing drink in hand, courtesy of your all-inclusive board basis. Younger guests can sign up for the mini club, which among lots of other things, includes games and activities in and around the children’s pool. Car, motorcycle and bike rental are available through the hotel, if you’re seeking to explore the island further, while the port of Mastichari is located just a few minutes away by car, from where ferries will carry you on daytrips to some of the enchanting islands that surround Kos.
The second-largest of the Dodecanese Islands, Kos, along with its bigger sibling Rhodes, has long been a popular destination for holidaymakers seeking a relaxing escape from the humdrum of weekdays. On Kos you can bathe in the sun, take a dive in the clear waters or get involved with various water sports such as windsurfing, paddle-boarding as well as banana-rides. Once, you’ve soaked up sufficient sun and seaside-vibes, you can embark on your exploration of the rest of the island. Start with the statue of native Koan and father of modern medicine Hippocrates in the city of Kos. Situated under the tree where he is supposed to have taught his pupils, the sculpture can be found right next to the vast Castle of the Knights. This coastal fortress was built by crusaders in the 14th century against the Ottoman Empire and is a testament to the island’s rich history. Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Italians and Ottomans have all left their mark on Kos and today ruins from these past rulers are visible throughout the rectangular island. Visit the ancient Greek ruins of Asklepion, the traditional windmills and the Venetian castle of Antimachia as well as numerous other remnants of temples, theatres and monuments. Alternatively, take a tour of the hot springs in the southeast, or explore the island’s peaks, running along the southern coast with their charming mountain villages and perfect sunset vistas across the rugged landscape and the Mediterranean Sea.
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