Castle of the Knights of the Order of Saint John - Kos Island
Castle of the Knights of the Order of Saint John - Kos Island Reviews
Beautiful castle, with nice views and lots of flowers in spring Apr 24, 2005
The castle of the Knights of the Order of Saint John is situated at the entrance of Kos harbour on what used to be an island in antiquity, communicating with the inland through a bridge that one can still see even today namely the bridge of “Phoinikon" (Palm Trees) Avenue.
We visited the caste in April 2005, and there were beautiful spring flowers all over the place. The entrance fee for the castle was 4 euro's that time. The castle is mostly a ruin, you can't go inside. But the views you have from the castle walls are beautiful. In the ruins there are still some statues and pilars. You don't need more than an hour to visit the place, but it's well worth it.
Part of the Kos, Greece and Bodrum, Turkey - April 2005 travel blog
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