Getting to Kos
Where is Kos? The island is in the middle of the Dodecanese islands that closely follow the east coast of Turkey from the islands of Lipsi in the north to Rhodes in the south.
It's is one of the easiest of Greek islands to travel to as Kos has not only an airport that takes charter flights from all over Europe but also has a large harbour at Kos Town.
As Kos lies in middle of the Dodecanese islands it is on the main ferry route from Rhodes to Athens (Piraeus) and also the fast daily catamaran services of Dodekanesos Seaways.
Roads on Kos are very good. The island is flat in the north and cycling is popular. Public transport around Kos island is also good with bus services to most resorts and a regular bus service between the airport, in the middle of the island, and Kos Town on the coast, 26 kilometres to the east.
Updated for 2016