PHILOSOPHICAL AND CULTURAL CENTER DEDICATED TO THE ANCIENT GREEK DOCTOR AND FATHER OF MEDICINE, HIPPOCRATES OF KOS.
All areas are open to visitors, so that guests can participate in our cultural center’s happenings. Besides attending the seminars, visitors can stroll in the gardens where herbs, wild cedar trees, vineyards, fruit bearing trees coexist in harmony. One can occupy oneself in botany, grape – growing and biological agriculture issues or can simply take a rest in the almost virgin surroundings. The land around the Center is a wildlife refuge.The center is dedicated to the brilliance of the ancient Greek philosophers. Our aim is to discover, through their teaching, modern ways into the meaning of life and the realization of the necessity of preserving nature. Seminars on a daily basis are dedicated to this cause.Greek nights also take place where visitors can enjoy traditional Greek music, dancing, food, and wine.
An exact replica of a house of this period, with the estia ( sitting room ), the bathroom, the kitchen, the Andron ( room of the men), the women room, and the room where women spent their time weaving. The house is a two storey stone building, made of local stone. Old tiles are placed on the wooden roof. The handmade furniture is replicas of the ancient ones. more
Constructed with the standards of the era with handmade pebble- mosaic on the floor and walls embossed copies, which houses works of art and library, where guests can study the Ancient Greek Philosophers and at the same time admire modern Greek art . There is an exhibition of various items, saved from the modernization flood of the last 50 years in Greece.Books from the 1920, household items of the 19th and 20th century become our ancestor’s heritage.more
A stone built theater (of 80 seats) where Performances are conducted with themes from Ancient Greece and Cultural Events relevant to the Tradition of the Dodecanese Islands and Kos Island.more
The stoa of Abaton or “Enkoimeterion” (incubation hall) was the place in which patients were cured, through the contact with the healing god Asklepios during the “enkoimesis” (incubation).more
The “Goddess Demeter’s Museum” has frescoes on the walls from ancient vessels and collection of old farming implements some of which have been found at the area where the Garden now is located.more