The sunny island of Kos in the northeastern Aegean Sea enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate, attracting holidaymakers to its shores throughout the hot dry summers.
Good food is elementary for enjoying holidays and Kos offers many venue choices for traditional Greek or international cuisine. The selection varies from traditional Greek taverns and restaurants right down to snack bars and known fast food establishments.The Greek cuisine has an endless list of tasteful dishes to suggest from starter dishes to desserts for the culinary pleasure of its lovers. Also, regarding culinary tourism, Kos has traditional and local foods to present. Some of the most popular dishes include sweet tomato and “pligouri”.
In addition to classic nights with wine, traditional dance and island music, nightlife is supplemented by modern nightclubs, discos and bars to suit all tastes and all age groups. The famous bar mile is located very near to the port of Kos next to the Ancient ruins. The bar mile has become an attraction and makes Kos a famous party island in Greece. Numerous bars pubs and clubs with hundreds of tourists dancing the night away. Kos has an impressive variety of goods to offer shoppers, exquisite jewellery, fine ceramics and high quality leather goods.