Asomatos is a small, traditional village in the centre of Kos
island, next to Asfendiou
. If you’re coming from the capital Kos town then the journey would take around 20 to 25 minutes.
Asomatos is such a small village that it’s often seen as a suburb of Asfendiou. The main attractions of Asomatos are the traditional stone buildings, the delightful paved streets and the church of Agios Asomati that gave the village it’s name.
There are no tourist facilities in Asomatos so it’s not somewhere to stay but it’s a great place to spend a morning or an afternoon looking round and taking in the traditional Greek charm and character that this little village has in bucket fulls.
There's zero nightlife in Asomatos, but as it's kind of a region within Asfendiou you can kind of link the nightlife there. Unfortunately there's not much more there so you're only going to stay in this region if you're looking for a really quiet holiday or are happy to travel for a night out.
Asomatos is in a good location for exploring the island as it's fairly central. You can easily get to the north coast villages like Tigaki
as well as Kardamena
on the south coast and Kos town isn't too far away either.