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With a history stretching back thousands of years, a fantastic year-round climate and more beautiful beaches than you can shake a stick at, Kos makes a great holiday destination.
Book your flights to this Mediterranean idyll now to discover this enigmatic Greek island for yourself.
Thanks to its beautiful beaches and great climate, Kos makes a fantastic destination for a summer holiday. If you’re hoping to top up your tan while you’re on the island, book your flights to Kos between June and September when temperatures are high and skies clear. Temperatures in July and August range between 26˚C and 35˚C, making this the perfect time to hit the beach and enjoy some sun.
Cheap flights to Kos are easier to find outside of the peak season, so if you’re travelling on a budget, try booking your trip for May or October. Although you won’t be guaranteed a tan, temperatures should be in the mid-20s and the chance of rain will be relatively low.
Winters in Kos are generally warm and pleasant. However, there is an increased chance of rain between November and April and temperatures can drop down to 15˚C. Although fewer flights to Kos are available in the low season, airlines that do fly from the UK to Kos year-round generally offer cheap deals in the winter months.
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Holidaymakers heading to Kos will arrive at Kos International Airport.
Located close to Andimachia village, near the centre of the island, the airport serves over a million passengers a year. Although a handful of airlines offer departures to Kos International throughout the year, most of the flights that serve the island are seasonal and charter services. Operating during the summer season and at other peak times of the year, these flights link Kos with destinations around Europe.
Local buses connect the airport with destinations in the local area and taxis are also available at the terminal building. If you’ve booked a package tour or are staying in a large hotel, you may find the airport transfer is included in the cost of your trip.
A number of airlines offer seasonal flights from the UK to Kos.
One of the easiest ways to get around Kos is by car. Although some roads can be busy, having a vehicle of your own allows you to get off the beaten track and discover some of the island’s hidden delights. You can hire a vehicle from the airport and from most of the main resorts on the island.
If you’d rather not drive, you’ll find that much of Kos is accessible by bus. Kos Town is the main transportation hub on the island, although local routes are also available.
Alternatively, if you’re feeling energetic, you can hire a bike and see the island on two wheels. Away from the rugged interior, Kos is largely flat, making it perfect for those who want to work up a sweat as they see the sights.
If you’ve travelled to Kos for sun, sea and relaxation, a visit to Kardamaina beach is a must. Lined with bars and tavernas, this long stretch of sand is the perfect place to top up the tan.
As well as being a great destination for a beach break, Kos has a lot to offer when it comes to history and culture. Kos Town is littered with Roman and Greek ruins and even boasts a 14th century castle built by the Knights Hospitaller. Start your exploration of the town in the ancient Agora which was laid out way back in the 4th century BC.
British passport holders don’t need a visa to travel to Kos. The island is two hours ahead of the UK.