The Archaeological Museum, located at Eleftherias square, holds a large collection of archaeological treasures. Many archaeological monuments dating back to more than 3000 years can be found in open space, some of them being the Odeon (ancient theatre), the Roman House (Casa Romana), the Ancient Market place, the “Abduction of Europe”, the Western Excavations and many more…
The Asclepeion, located just outside Kos town, is probably the most famous and important archaeological site on the island. It is world-wide known as the centre of Hippocrates’ Medical School, since it was there that Hippocrates used to practice medicine; it was there that the Hippocratic Oath was first told, a tradition that has been repeated thousands of times each time a new doctor takes its oath. Up to this day the Hippocratic Oath can be heard every summer in the Temple of Asclepius, recited in ancient Greek, a practice that brings awe to all attendants… Culture, history, nature, all together shape the beauty of Kos. Pass the beautiful wetland of Psalidi you’ll find Therma, a place that owes its name to the numerous hot springs of the area. Hot spring water is not only relaxing and rejuvenating, it also has health benefits, since its rich sulfur content has great therapeutic value.
All piers are equipped with fire stations with fire extinguishers, alarm system, fire hoses with both fresh and seawater circuit. All piers are equipped with emergency stations where lifebuoys, lifelines, emergency telephones and rescue ladders can be found.
Pilot speedboat, WC-showers, Trolleys, Parking Lot, Bilge pump out, Sewerage pump out, Waste oil disposal, Refuse containers, Fuel station.