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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location in Kos is Kos Airport.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Kos are Thrifty, Caldera, Europcar, Avis and Enterprise.
Warmest month: August (26°C).
Coldest month: February (10°C).
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Hire a car in Kos
The second most popular Dodecanese island after Rhodes, Kos thrives on wowing tourists.
Closer to the Turkish coastline than mainland Greece, the island is speckled with ancient temples, castles and crumbling walls as well as an abundance of brilliant beaches. Meanwhile, its capital – Kos Town – is a hub of nightlife and stylish tourist focused cafes.
If you stick to the coastline, you’re likely to stare at long lines of beach resorts. But if you wander off the well trekked path, you’ll to find the island still houses a few surprises. Drive to Kos’ interior and discover its fine wineries and hiking trails hidden within often overlooked mountains. But first, begin your journey by searching for your car hire with easyCar.
Sights to see
The sun-drenched, beautiful and ever popular island of Kos is one of Greece's most beloved holiday destinations. Fringed by pristine beaches and lapped by crystal clear Mediterranean waters, Kos is a fantastic place to relax in the sunshine.
Things to do in Kos
Although most people flock to Kos for the wonderful beaches and thriving nightlife, the island is also steeped in history and full of cultural highlights. Kos Town is peppered with Hellenistic and Roman ruins, including the stunning Castle of the Knights that has towered above the town since the 14th century. The Temple of Hercules and the 5th century Basilica are other amazing relics of the ancient world well worth a visit. However, perhaps the most fascinating site on the entire island is the ruin of Asklepion where early medical students followed the teachings of Hippocrates. Known as the father of Western Medicine, Hippocrates was born on Kos and is the island’s favourite son. The main town itself also has a great selection of vibrant bars where you can party into the wee small hours, as well as some traditional restaurants serving moussaka and other mouth-watering Greek delicacies.
Kos: Discover more
Of course, some of the chief attractions of Kos are the wonderful beaches. Rent a car in Kos and you can explore the island at your own pace and discover hidden coves and calm stretches of sand. Resorts offer water sports and beach activities from volleyball to parasailing. Whether you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, or some laid back pampering, Kos caters for all tastes.