Kos is the third largest of the Dodecanese Islands in the southeastern Aegean Sea. With a coastline of 112 km, friendly locals in numerous villages, white sandy beaches and a natural thermal bay.
If you are looking for the perfect seaside vacation, yacht charter in Kos is the perfect solution, especially for those looking to unwind amidst enchanting landscapes and hospitality.
Modern port, many anchorages, long sandy beaches - Welcome to Kos! Kos Island has been an insider tip for water sports enthusiasts from around the world. The island is located in the eastern part of the Aegean Sea, off the coast of Turkey and is one of the Dodecanese islands.
Kos covers an area of only 290 square kilometers and is one of the smallest Greek islands. The small size of the island does not mean that it is less interesting and fun. Each year, more than 60,000 tourists come to Kos for a holiday. Kos is also relatively narrow. From east to west, the island is only about ten kilometers wide. From north to south - 50 kilometers.
Almost the whole life of the island takes place on its coasts along the sea, especially in the summer all attention is paid to the incredible beaches of Kos. Fine sand and pebble beaches allow you to choose which kind of shore you want, and provide enough space for any kind of water sport. Water skiing, scuba diving, sailing and surfing, almost all water sports are possible on Kos. Over the past ten years, the wind has especially transformed Kos into surf el Dorado. Favorable winds create ideal conditions for excitement that surfers from around the world will appreciate. The average temperature is 21ºC (70ºF), the pleasant climate makes the island, along with its neighbors, one of the most popular holiday destinations among boating enthusiasts who want a cool breeze to blow through their hair on a hot summer day. The airport in Kos is conveniently located in the center of the island, and the main city can be reached in just 30 minutes.
This is the first large marina, which allows you to anchor all types of yachts throughout the year. The old town is just a few minutes walk from the main part of the city and offers you a pleasant walk along the renovated promenade. Here you can also buy fresh grapes, almonds, figs and olives grown on the island.
The ideal entry point to the east coast of Kos is, of course, a modern marina, one of the best of its kind in Greece. More than 200 sailboats and catamarans moor here and are waiting for the next rental of a yacht on azure waters. From Kos you can make many wonderful cruises, including longer ones. Prior to Turkey, only seven nautical miles and other route suggestions, such as excursions to many Greek islands, can be reached relatively quickly. In the north, the choice is great: Kalimos, Leros, Patmos or Samos attract travelers with their breathtaking landscapes. In the south of Tilos, Chalki, Symi and Rhodes offer popular walking excursions for day trips through the idyllic old cities. Sponge fishing islands are great places for quick excursions. With a suitable sailing yacht or high-speed catamaran,
Catamarans and sailboats of all ages and from well-known manufacturers can be arranged, viewed and booked depending on the port of departure, number of cabins and berths, model of boat, price and special preferences - all in just three clicks.
Kos is the third largest of the Dodecanese Islands in the southeastern Aegean Sea. With 112 km of coastline, friendly locals in numerous villages, snow-white sandy beaches and a natural thermal bay, Kos is the perfect place to rent a catamaran or sailboat for those who wish to relax and explore the scenery and hospitality. The island is also in close proximity to the other islands of the Dodecanese Islands, such as Rhodes.