Available until 30 October 2017 then from 2 April 2018
Kos Excursions & Tours - Aegean Adventure
Kos Excursions & Tours: A relaxing break involving swimming and a BBQ on a secluded beach with the Aegean sea as background. Then heading to the prestigious crater in Nissyros and walking the charming narrow streets of Mandraki.
Leaving Kefalos located in the south of Kos behind us, we are heading on a traditional fishing boat towards 2 picturesque islands. The first one: Agios Antonios is set just across from Giali where pumice is extracted and can only be reached by boat. After docking, guests can enjoy the beach and the clear shallow waters. There is also a small chapel on top of the hill that offers a nice panoramic view.
Lunch is served aboard before sailing to the next island. Nissyros is its name and is famous for its active volcano. The boat arrives in Mandraki, the capital of this small island that has kept a typical Greek charm. Buses are ready to take the guests up to the caldera which, with its 4 km width, is one of the biggest in Europe. The lunar landscape is unusual. Guests can go down by foot into the crater and discover the volcanic activity up close and personal: yellow crystals created by the sulphurous steam, holes in the bottom and the unmistakable odour of sulphur.
After this unique experience, buses will bring the guests back to the harbour and they will have free time to explore and enjoy the authentic Greek atmosphere. Some may want to go up to the monastery of Agia Spyliani to be amazed by the views that it offers. Others will prefer a stroll through its narrow streets.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: Between 5.30pm and 6pm.
Includes: Bus from/to the hotel in Kos, boat ticket from/to Nissyros, cost of the escort, bus from/to the volcano in Nissyros and lunch on-board the boat.
Excludes: Entrance free to the volcano in Nissyros.

Available until 31 October 2017 then from 2 April 2018
Kos Excursions & Tours - Discover Kos - Island Tour
Kos Excursions & Tours: An overview of the island, its picturesque villages, green landscapes, wild beaches, sacred temple of healing, The Asclepeion and its local flavours.
Of course Kos is famous for being the birthplace of Hippocrates (the father of the medicine) but there is so much more and we intend to introduce you to as much as possible.
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Our first stop is the village of Kefalos. It is the most south-western village of the island and boasts some of the best beaches on Kos. Later we will visit a factory, where bee-keeping has been in the family for generations. You will discover how they make honey, taste the typical “loukoumades” (mini honey donuts) and discover “rakomelo” (liqueur made with raki and honey).
We then take the road to Antimachia, the village located in the middle of the island, next to the airport. The village boasts a 200 year old renovated windmill in the centre and also has a traditional house, showing how the locals used to live in years gone by.
After that we will visit the village of Zia. A small lively mountain village which provides the most superb views. Zia has recently become the hub of the local arts and crafts on the island and you will find many small shops selling items such as olive oil, honey, kanelada and pottery to name a few. In Zia you will have time to have lunch in one of the tavernas in the area.
The next stop will be at the Asklepion, an amazing archaeological find that will truly transport you back to ancient Greece. Constructed in the 3rd century BC, it was not only a temple consecrated to the God Asklepios (the God of Health), but also a health resort. After The Asklepion, we will make a stop in Kos town in order to wander around and maybe do some shopping. DISCOVER OPTION
Our first stop is the Asklepion, an amazing archaeological find that will truly transport you back to ancient Greece. Constructed in the 4th century BC, it was not only a temple consecrated to the God Asklepios (the God of Health), but also a health resort.
We then stop off in Zia: small lively mountain village which provides the most superb views. Zia has recently become the hub of the local arts and crafts on the island and you will find many small shops selling items such as olive oil, honey, kanelada and pottery to name a few.
After Zia we will continue to the village of Kefalos. It is the most south-western village of the island and boasts some of the best beaches in Kos. Here you will have plenty of time to swim and have lunch.
Later we will visit a honey factory, where bee-keeping has been in the family for generations. You will discover how they make honey, taste the typical “loukoumades” (mini honey donuts) and discover “rakomelo” (a liqueur made of raki and honey).
We then take the road to Antimachia, the village located in the middle of the island, next to the airport. The village boasts a 200 year old windmill in the center and also has a traditional house, showing how the locals used to live in years gone by.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel pick-up.
Start/opening time: At 9.30am.
End/closing time: At 5.30pm (in Antimachia).
Drop-off location: Hotel drop-off.
Excludes: Entrance fees to Asclepeion, The Windmill in Antimachia and The Traditional House in Antimachia.

Available until 27 October 2017 then from 6 April 2018
Kos Excursions & Tours - Kids' Cruise - The Family Day
Kos Excursions & Tours: Children are the heroes of this fabulous animated cruise where games and songs will follow at a frantic pace. From beaches to coves, plenty of giggles and laughs, young and old will enjoy the friendly atmosphere in this idyllic decor.
Our best family excursion!
Fun and entertainment for young and old, thanks to our talented animators, and a caring crew on board.
After departing at 10 ‘o clock from Mastichari, we head to magical places set in crystal clear waters. Games are started until we reach the first stop, the picturesque bay of Vlychadia.
There is time to swim, to relax, to play and to visit the small but impressive museum Valsamidis, private collection of a Kalymnian diver.
Lunch (simple but tasteful) is served on board around 12:30pm.
After lunch, we are heading to the islet of Nera, a secluded & wonderful bay. More games and swimming; families also have time to take a walk up the hill to the small church offering a unique view over the bay.
Later we sail around Nera, and discover Kefala, a green lagoon and a perfect opportunity to jump off the boat into the turquoise waters.
The day ends at 17 ‘o clock back in Mastichari.
Parents and children shared a special day, making the most of their time together and creating long lasting memories of their holiday in Kos!
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 5pm.
Languages: English.
Included: Boat ticket.
Not included: Entrance fee Valsamidis museum in Kalymnos.

Available until 29 October 2017 then from 11 April 2018
Kos Excursions & Tours - Kos Turkish Delight
Kos Excursions & Tours: Why settle for just seeing Greece while you're here? Turkey is just a short distance away and this trip is a great taster of its culture and sights.
The adventure begins with a short ride across the Aegean to one of its livliest resorts, Bodrum. Hugging two bays which are divided by a crusader castle, it is straight from a postcard. On arrival, there's a guided tour of the main landmarks and best viewpoints, letting you take photos of the town and yacht-filled harbour from above.
Then, it's onto a gold centre to learn about Turkish gold and maybe buy a few pieces. The next stop is the old town, where you'll have free time to look around the lanes and browse the bazaars.
You'll be spoilt for choice shopping wise, too. We've timed the excursion for market day, so every street is doubly loaded with shops and stalls selling spices, carpets, leather and copycat designer goods. Haggle your heart out, sip on Turkish coffee and soak up the sights and sounds before reboarding your boat back.
Meeting/pick-up point: Depends on client's hotel.
Start/opening time: At 9.45-10.20am (Sunday at 7.55-9am).
End/closing time: At 8-8.30pm (Sunday at 6pm).
Others: Passport is required.

Available until 28 October 2017 then from 11 April 2018
Kos Excursions & Tours - Volcanic Island (Nissyros)
Kos Excursions & Tours: If there's one must see while Kos, it’s the volcanic island of Nisyros.
This scenic gem can be visited thanks to this afternoon and evening cruise.
On arrival at the capital, Mandraki, we'll begin an island tour. The first stop is Nikia, an old village offering bird's-eye views over its huge volcanic crater, formed by a massive erruption in the 15th century. Sip coffees or soumada , the local almond liqueur, in the cute square, taking in the atmosphere. Then, head down to the crater's edge, as your guide explains Nisyros' geology and mythology - legend says the island was created from a stone thrown by the god, Poseidon.
You can then stroll around the crater or head for the top, sniffing the sulphur fumes and experiencing the steam and heat.
Afterwards, head back to Mandraki where there's times to admire the balconied houses, have dinner in a taverna or see its cliffside monastery before returning to Kos.
Meeting/ pick-up point: Pick up from resorts and hotels.
Start/opening time: 9am.
End/closing time: 4:30pm.
Languages: In English.
Not included: Lunch, bus from and to the volcano in Nissyros, entrance fee to the volcano in Nissyros.
Included: Included: bus from and to the hotel in Kos, boat ticket from and to Nissyros.

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