The Antimachia windmill is in the centre of Antimachia
village, it’s about half an hours drive from the capital Kos town
and is roughly in the middle of the island, just east of the airport.
The windmill has been lovingly restored back to it’s fully working best. It’s also decorated with traditional fabrics, oil lamps and other traditional items making it a lovely place to have a look round.
The entrance fee is just 2.5€ per person and it’s well worth it, particularly as the family make the tour a great event, especially for those with young families.
Inside you’ll also find a small gift shop selling souvenirs like t-shirts and fridge magnets as well as local produce like olive oil, honey and bread.
Another great thing about the windmill is that it’s right over the road from the traditional house of Antimachia
and the castle of Antimachia
is just up the road so you can easily combine all 3 in a single trip.