360 degree view on greek island!

360 degree view on greek island!




May 2017

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

2 floor apartment 126 square meters. Not far from the main town of Kos, but far enough from the hustle and bustle... Our estate, is home to 70 olive trees, apricot, lemon, fig, mandarin and pomegranate trees. In the wider area between the fields, there is rich bush vegetation, with intense aromas of thyme and sage. You can follow goat paths which reach deep into the ravines, with old watermills and water sources that few people know of. interesting for spring and winter visitors who like island hopping,hiking, cycling, photography, culture, hot springs... we are just a walk away from the ancient historic Asklipeion, where Hipocratis practised his medicine. our home is in a constant evolution... a shelter for many old furniture found from the past and around the island ... it makes us happy when we find use for old stuff. the aesthetics of the home is made with a nostalgic mood, inspired by the past life style of the island and the colors around us. We are 50 meters above sea level, overlooking the dense forest of Asklepeion, and farmlands around. we watch the sun rise/set or the moon rise. we go nearby to Platani village and have turkish dinners.To the northeast, we see the Aegean with our neibour contry Turkey, close enough to reach by swimming. boats depart from kosto other near by greek islands and to the Turkish coast. In 1 hour, you can find yourself in another continent...
Another favorite hang out to the north west, is a long sandy beach great for sunset gazing!
Renting a motorbike is the best way to explore the island during summer. car for winter. we have a big list of stunning beaches and small villages. bus transportation is more frequent during july and august.cycling is also an alternative, and kos is known for attracting proffesional cyclers from around the world.
Distances from our piont:
to main town 5 km.
to bus stop 0,8 km.
to sandy beach 3 km.
to local market (Platani village) 3 km.
to super market 0,8 km.
to turkish restaurants 3 km.


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