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Our Location

With an attractive location in Lambi, the Smaragdi Kos Hotel complex is situated just 1.7 km from the center of Kos town. Watersports are available in 450 m away, in the main Lambi Beach. The location is ideal for visitors that want to relax in a quiet hotel but also want to be close to the action, as Lambi has it all, the shops, the restaurants, the clubs, and of course, the golden sandy beach that stretches for 1 km. Lambi is a destination on its own, a lovely summer destination where you can spend your day with swimming, sunbathing and water sports and spend your night with eating, drinking and partying, all in the same place.

From the Airport

From the Port


  • Kos Town1.7 km
  • Kos Airport23 km
  • Kos Port3 km
  • Tigaki10 km
  • Marmari14 km
  • Antimachia22 km
  • Kardamena27 km
  • Kefalos 40 km
  • Asklipieio Kos5 km
  • Agios Stefanos Beach37 km

Kos Island

The island of Kos is a real gem of the Dodecanesos (meaning in Greek the twelve-island) complex of the Aegean archipelago and the proud birthplace of Hippocrates, the father of medicine. The town of Kos lies some 350 km south-east of Athens, which is the capital of Greece, and some 120 km north of the town of Rhodes, which is the capital of the Dodecanesos district.

Kos is easily accessible by boat or by airplane either from Athens or abroad. During summer, several high-speed boats depart daily from Piraeus (the port of Athens) to Kos with the trip lasting approximately 10h. Equally frequent are the flights from Athens and Thesaloniki (the second biggest city of Greece) to Kos, with four flights connecting the island with mainland Greece. The flight from Athens International Airport (E. Venizelos) to Kos lasts approximately 50 minutes. Also, there are direct flights connecting Kos with many European cities from the end of March to the end of October and many charters flights connecting Kos to various places in Europe. The airport of Kos is located in the village of Antimachia, some 27 km away from the Kos town.

The island is endowed with natural beauty and amazing beaches where one can enjoy the endless blue of the Aegean Sea and the Greek summer. The island has splendid villages by the sea and also some well-hidden traditional towns awaiting to be discover by the observant visitor. Kos is famous for the historic sites such as the Roman Agora, the Roman Villa (Casa Romana), the Roman Odeon, the Neratzia Castle, the Hippocrates Plane Tree, etc. No visitor should leave the island without paying a visit to Asklepion, the place where Hippocrates, the father of medicine, lived, worked and taught.

How to get here

Kos is easily accessible either by air from Athens and other
European cities or by ferry from the port of Piraeus (Athens), Turkey and several Greek islands.


By Air

There are daily flights from Athens International Airport by many airline companies. The flight takes 55 minutes. From Thessaloniki Airport the flight takes 1 hour 15 minutes. There are also flights from other Greek cities and abroad.

Kos Airport «Ippokratis»:
Aegean Airlines:
Olympic Air:
Sky Express:


By Boat

Kos Island is connected by ferry daily to Piraeus (trip duration 10-12 hours), Santorini, Rhodes and other nearby islands as well as to Turkey (Bodrum):

Blue Star Ferries:
Hellenic Sea Ways:

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