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Kamares Marina, Kos Island, Greece

Kamares Marina is a large port situated in the city of Kamari with immediate access to the Aegean Sea. This idyllic marina provides the chance for you to connect with Ancient Greece. One of the most impressive ruins in Kamari is the Ancient Thera. Positioned on top of the Thera Mountain, this fantastic ruin was believed to be the place where the Gods descended on Earth and decided the fate of the Greek people. If you are seeking a place to sunbathe and enjoy the weather we suggest visiting Kamari Beach. This soft sanded area will impress you with clear blue waters and small corals that live in the shallows. Book a luxurious suite or penthouse in Kamari Beach Hotel, Cavo Bianco, Aegean Plaza Hotel and Bellonias Villas. If you are looking for places to experience the unique cuisine of Greece, then you should visit these superb restaurants: Elia, To Pinakio and Sabbia Nera Trattoria. Kamares Marina should be a priority for everyone who enjoys relaxation and sandy beaches.

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Attractions in Kos Island

Kos is unquestionably a standout amongst the well known Dodecanese Islands and the 3rd biggest island from this cluster. With ravishing villages, medieval settlements and old landmarks, not to mention countless inns, restaurants and bars, this island stuns guests with its cultural, historical and religious diversity. Located merely 4 km from the coast of Bodrum, Turkey, and the ancient region of Caria, this historic island has been mentioned in Homer’s Illiad, a contingent from Kos having fought for the Greeks in the Trojan War. Furthermore, in Roman mythology, the island is believed to have been visited by Hercules.

Upon your visit to the island of Kos do not forget to indulge in local thyme honey, Posa cheese, which is stored in red wine for extra flavor and color, Kanellada, a local beverage, baklava, tomato sweet usually stuffed with almond, as well as ceramics and handmade jewelry. 

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