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We love visiting Kos island every summer. This year, after hearing our friends recommendations, we did a day trip and drove to the beautiful mountain village of Zia. It is a definitely must see place. There, you will need a ticket to go see this...More
Recently discovered the Kos Natural Park Zia. What a pleasant surprise it was. Couple euros to get in. Very clean well presented park on the side of a hill. Not good if you have difficulty walking though. Couple of animals including family of dear, donkeys,...More
Amazing view and the donkey and baby were so beautiful and friendly - instantly came over to us for affection, was clear they wanted some company. Feel very sorry for the animals in small, lonely enclosures :(
This is a lovely place to watch the sunset, but it does get busy due to the large number of tourist buses which decend in the village each evening. That said it is still worth it, there are plenty of souvenir shops and placed to...More
Zia is a beautiful village, set in the most spectacular of locations in the mountains on Kos and as such commands views that are unparalleled on the island particularly at sunset. These views alone make it worth making the effort to get there. It isn’t...More
Zia is a great place to visit in Kos. The sunset is brilliant and this Natural Park is a fun place to be. Walking to the top and see that beautiful view or just relaxing in the hammock on the top! Only 3 euro, worth...More
we have been at kos in august .. greate whether and wonderful hospitality.
we rent a car (80eu for the day(12 H)...
the island is very small 50+-km from side to side..
fuel is around the 1.6eu/L
we drove to a village named...More
My children and I visited Zia for an evening. It's a quaint little mountain village with beautiful views and a stunning sunset. There is plenty of choice of restaurants from which to eat and watch the sun set and a few shops selling souvenirs and...More