is one of the most popular international tourist destinations in Greece. It lies at the southeastern point of the Aegean Sea and is known for its vast number of beaches, rich historical background and lush green wooded hills. Considered one of the most beautiful and sunniest of the Greek Islands, Kosí picturesque harbor, new marina and crystal clear waters attracts thousands of yachting enthusiasts each year. Kos contains several small villages, which are all accessed by the main road on the island, each with its own unique attractions and personality. Kos Town is the capital of the island and combines historic monuments with modern homes with beautiful gardens. In the old town you will find rock paved streets lined with tourist shops and a variety of restaurants and traditional Greek taverns. Sports activities on the island include surfing, scuba diving, sailing and windsurfing. The beaches of Kos are too numerous to list; Lambi Beach is located right next to the harbor in Kos Town and Therma Hot Springs attracts many visitors for its thermal hot waters. There are daily connections via ferryboat from Kos to the neighboring islands of Kalymnos, Nisyros, Patmos, Leros, Rhodes and Pireas. There is an endless variety in this group of islands for exploration of the many small bays, pleasurable sailing, historic exploration and nightlife.