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Kos Port Information

The capital of Kos is located at the south-eastern side of the island and hosts the main port. After the earthquakes in 1933, Kos capital was reconstructed by Italian dominants and this influence has been obvious until nowadays. Beautiful buildings and "green" squares are a few examples of this architectural stream.
In case you need more information on ferry arrivals and departures to and from Kos Port you can call the Port Authorities at (+30 22420) 26594. You can also travel to Kos by air.

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Getting to Kos Port

  • Bus transportation is well organised on Kos island and bus tickets are cheap. You can move around in the capital of Kos using local buses and to other villages using suburban (KTEL) buses. The bus itineraries are frequent and you can find further information about them at the central bus station in Kleopatras Road. The villages that are reached by bus are Mastichari, Agios Stefanos, Tigkaki, Kefalos, Pili, Asklipiion and Agios Fokas etc. Tel. number for suburban bus station (KTEL): (+30 22420) 22292.
  • Taxis are a faster way to move from one place to another but certainly more expensive. You can easily find a taxi at the Port of Kos or City Centre or call a radiotaxi. The cost of the route is fixed for popular destinations. For the rest of the destinations your taxi driver has to use a taximeter.
  • You can use your own car for more comfortable transportation to Kos' destinations where local buses or taxis cannot carry you. If you prefer to rent a car you can use the car search engine of FantasticGreece.com and pick it up from wherever you prefer.
  • Night cruises around the island of Kos are really interesting since you can eat, drink and listen to the music while being on the boat. The ferry itineraries depart and arrive at the main port of Kos.
  • You can also get on the green or blue, little train of the island of Kos in order to see the sights. The terminal station is next to the port of Kos.
  • Finally you can bring your bicycle or rent one on Kos since the island is generally flat.The use of bicycles is really frequent on the island of Kos.

Ferry Itineraries from Kos

  • Kos is connected with Piraeus port (Athens), Kalymnos, Rhodes, Nisyros, Astypalea, Tilos, Paros, Naxos, Patmos, Leros, Syros and Kastelorizo with ferries of the ferry company Blue Star Ferries.
  • The ferry company, called Dodekanisos Seaways operates two different itineraries: a) Rhodes, Kastelorizo, Symi, Kos, Kalymnos and b) Rhodes, Kos, Kalymnos, Leros, Lipsi, Patmos, Agathonisi.
  • AMORGOS LINES connects Kos with Symi, Tilos, Nisyros, Rhodes, Kalymnos.
  • Also there is an itinerary of G.A. Ferries which connects Ios with Piraeus, Patmos, Leros, Kalymnos and Rhodes.
  • Ferries of Αnes Lines depart from Kos to Nisyros, Tilos, Symi, Rhodes and Kastelorizo.
  • During the summer there is daily connection between Kos and Bodrum in Turkey, a destination which is only 20-40 minutes far from Kos.
  • Finally you can get on local boats which departl from Kos port and head to a neighbouring island or islet such as Nisyros, Kalymnos, Ikaria, Fournoi, Leros, Agathonisi and Astypalea.

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