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    Distances

    Conventional ferries
    From Kos to
    Astypalea ca. 3,4 hrs.
    Athens/Piraeus ca. 12 hrs.
    Kalymnos ca. 1 hrs.
    Leros ca. 1,4 hrs.
    Patmos ca. 2,3 hrs.
    Santorini ca. 5,25 hrs.
    Symi ca. 1,3 hrs.
    Syros ca. 7,25 hrs.

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Ferry Kos


Passengers traveling with ferry Kos to the island of Kos will find themselves in the group of the Dodecanese. Kos is the third largest island of the group (after Rhodes and Karpathos). The island is close to the Turkish border lying between Kalymnos and Nisyros. Kos is the birthplace of Hippocrates, father of medicine, whose Oath is still in use today. The biggest part of the island is flat. The highest summit is on the east side, is called Dikaeos and has an elevation of 846 m.

Ferry to and from Kos

Tourists that travel with ferries to Kos will find many beautiful sandy beaches and magnificent clear waters. The town Kos possesses a beautiful harbour. The climate on the island is usually temperate, which makes sightseeing really pleasant. And there is a lot to see in Kos. Tourists will have a lot of impressive pictures in their mind, when they leave the island with ferry from Kos. The fortress of the Knights of Saint John with a 2500 years old plane tree at the entrance, the mountain village Zia in the Dikaeus mountain range, the Asklepeion which was the largest hospital in ancient times and the thermal bath of Embros are only a few of the remarkable landmarks.

How to get to Kos

Kos covers an area of 290 square kilometres and its circumnavigation is about 112 km. 20 000 people live on the island. Most of them make a living with agricultural work, livestock farming, fishery and tourism. Due to its beaches and sunny weather, Kos has become a tourist centre. As a result, Ferry routes Kos are very well developed and are all included in isFerry’s online Kos ferry timetable. The island can be approached from Piraeus (201 nautical miles), Rafina, and the Cyclades, from the islands in the northern and eastern Aegean Sea, from Kavala, Crete, and Rhodes and from other islands of the Dodecanese group.

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