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Kos Greece is an island part of the Dodecanese and is located at coordinates 36°51' N 27°14' E. It is the third largest island of the group and the second most popular and touristy island after Rhodes. It is very well organised and has everything in terms of touristy infrastructure and a wide range of accommodations. 

 

But the island still has much to offer the more discerThe coast of Kos is swept by magnificent sandy beaches and the island has some of the most interesting archaeological sites in the whole Mediterranean. But avoiding the tat can be demanding. It's large part ruin and a large part ruination, thanks to the growth of cheap package tourism, most notably on the east coast.ning visitor, particularly away from the east and north coasts. Excursions to neighbouring islands such as Pserimos are popular and plentiful and there are any number of daily sea crossings to nearby Turkey.

The coast of Kos is swept by magnificent sandy beaches and the island has some of the most interesting archaeological sites in the whole Mediterranean. But avoiding the tat can be demanding. It's large part ruin and a large part ruination, thanks to the growth of cheap package tourism, most notably on the east coast.

 

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