Our namesake beach offers you an effortless and utterly enjoyable beach experience. Set up in a way that lets you revel in a setting of upgraded seaside pleasantry, you will find comfortable sunbeds and sun parasols that offer shade, provided on a complimentary basis for our guests.
Agios Fokas beach
Located a few minutes walk from KOIA, Agios Fokas beach provides an enjoyable alternative to KOIA beach. This pebbled beach also features the unique attribute of thermal waters that flow into the sea, thus forming a natural thermal pool.
Located western side of Kos island, Camel beach provides a wonderful beach experience for guests who spend a day discovering beach gems of Kos island. It is about an hour’s drive from KOIA and features a mix of fine sand and small pebbles.
Agios Stefanos beach
Located a few coves over from Camel beach, you will come across Agios Stefanos beach. One of the most particular beaches in all of Kos, Agios Stefanos features various ancient ruins along the shoreline while a verdurous rock islet in the middle of the sea adorned with a small chapel called Kastri, dominates the seascape.
Tree of Hippocrates
A centuries’ old plane tree that is linked to the great Hippocrates stands proudly in central Kos town. Legend has it it was under the shade of this tree that the ancient ‘father of medicine’ taught his pupils.
Roman Odeon of Kos
Dating back to 2nd to 3rd century A.D., the Roman Odeon of Kos lies in the south west, once Roman quarters of Kos town, boasting a series of fascinating, well-preserved ruins that also include Roman baths and a Gymnasium nearby.
A Roman remnant of 2nd and 3rd century A.D., Casa Romana is a restored, 2-story, ancient villa of Pompeian architecture that was erected upon the ruins of an even older Hellenistic house. It is also found in the Roman quarters of Kos town and hosts a collection of art, including mosaics, frescoes & sculptures.
Asklepieion of Kos
At a distance of 8km from Kos town, are the well-preserved ruins of the ancient world’s most salient healing center. Asklepieion of Kos was both a sanctuary and school, built in order for Hippocrates to further advance his research and teachings. The site today also features a museum.
Archaeological Museum of Kos
An unmissable attraction on many counts, the Archaeological Museum of Kos is housed in a 1936 building built during the Italian occupation, in the heart of Kos town. It is a relatively small but concise museum showcasing findings including mosaics, sculptures and various ancient island artifacts, spanning from antiquity to the late Roman period.
Also known as the Castle of the Knights, Neratzia Castle is an ancient seaside fortification that looms over the port and town of Kos. Impressive and grandiose, it was built in the 14th century by the knights of the Order of Saint John to defend against Ottoman invasions and commands expansive views of the surroundings.
International Hippocratic Foundation
Located 4 km from Kos town, the International Hippocratic Foundation is an educational establishment dedicated to the greatness of Hippocrates where you will find various collections of his work including archeological finds, sculptures, medical tools, a garden and a library all related to his teachings and life’s work.