Kos: Island Tour to Asklepieion and Zia
Enjoy an island tour dedicated to the beautiful landscape of Kos. Discover the place where the Hippocratic Oath was written, admire the idyllic mountain village of Zia and taste the typical cinnamon water.
About this activity
Duration 8 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Live guide German
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
Discover the beauty of Kos Island and immerse yourself in the magnificent landscape of white beaches, olive groves and idyllic villages
Visit Asklepieion, the archaeological site of a historic temple, and learn more about the Hippocratic Oath written there.
Enjoy the picturesque Kamari Bay and let yourself be introduced to the Greek way of life in the mountain village of Zia.
Explore the attractive island of Kos and admire white sandy beaches, crystal-clear water and idyllic mountain villages.
Start above the city of Kos and visit Asklepieion. It is reported that the origins of this former temple date back to around the 4th century BC. The former temple consists of three levels and was once the place for the foundation stone of modern medicine, because there Hippocrates wrote the oath of the same name, which has survived to this day. Drive on to the small village of Antimachia and see an old windmill and a traditional farmhouse. Continue through olive groves and unspoilt countryside to the Kefalos peninsula. Admire the island’s most beautiful beaches and enjoy a Greek lunch (optional) in the picturesque Kamari Bay or take advantage of the opportunity for a short refreshment in the crystal clear sea.
Another highlight of the eventful day is a visit to the typical mountain village of Zia with its old houses on the slope of the imposing Dikeos mountain. Stroll through the small alleys and get to know the tranquil way of life of the Greeks. Discover the numerous spice stands and taste the typical cinnamon water.
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Please note that this tour is only available in German.