Kos

We offer ferry tickets between Kos and Bodrum

Kos is the third largest island of the Dodecanese only narrowly surpassed by Karpathos, and second largest in terms of population (35.000), overshadowed by Rhodes.

Ferry Tickets Kos Greece Its relatively modest size credentials allow for an unusual (for a Greek isle) scope of activities and events to be at the disposal of the knowing and most importantly willing visitor during his stay.

The international airport, the harbor and the marina combined with an accurately organized and maintained net of rural transportation constitute the backbone of the local infrastructure. Kos Island has over the years become a synonym to biking. A signature mark of summer’s coming, thousands of visitors touring the mostly flat island on a bicycle. However the prevalence of the bicycle does not imply insufficiency in public transportation, with busses, taxies and rental services connecting the most remote corners of the island to the town. The island’s expansive and fabulous beaches and natural beauty join with near daily parade of traditional festivities to provide true rest and relaxation. Historical monuments, a testament to the crossroads of peoples and their cultures that the island poises, the churches, unique and characteristic architecture as well as the world famous Asklepieion make for the schedule of successful vacations. However, what granted Kos its stature among the most popular resorts on a global level, are its people. Organized in small family business units the natives know how to extend and exercise Greek hospitality like no other, in their quest to fill your trip with local flavors, serenity and if you so wish with entertainment. If all this however falls short on your expectations consider the island as a headquarters providing the necessary lodgings to explore the surrounding islands and the Turkish ports nearby.

Allies by your side during your stay, boasting an inventory of analytical studies and perpetually updating databases ,the portal of maritime tourism designed under the care of the municipality of Kos as well as the observatory are available to guide your every step and map the way to your every desire readily and willingly. ​

Our Destinations

We offer direct ferry connections to the following destinations in Greece and Turkey

Ferry to
					 Rhodes

Greece

Rhodes island

Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands in Greece and one of the largest in the Aegean sea. It is situated approximately 17,7 km from the coasts of Turkey. The population is about 130.000 persons , of which approximately 60-70.000 reside in the city of Rhodes.

Book a Ferry from Fethiye to Rhodes

Ferry
					 to Kos

Greece

Kos

Kos is the third largest island of the Dodecanese only narrowly surpassed by Karpathos ,and second largest in terms of population (35.000),overshadowed by Rhodes. Its relatively modest size credentials allow for an unusual (for a Greek isle) scope of activities and events to be at the disposal of the knowing and most importantly willing visitor during his stay.

Book a ferry from Bodrum to Kos

Ferry to
					Bodrum

Turkey

Bodrum

Although more than a million tourists flock to its beaches, boutique hotels and clubs each summer, Bodrum (Halicarnassus in ancient times) never loses its cool. More than any other Turkish seaside getaway, it has an enigmatic elegance that pervades it, from the town's grand crowning castle and glittering marina to its flower-filled cafes and white-plastered backstreets.

Book a ferry from Kos to Bodrum

Ferry to Fethiye

Turkey

Fethiye

There's only so much you can do on one holiday in Fethiye so we've tried to keep this list of must-sees short. All recommendations are what we love about this area and what we would like to recommend to you if it's your first visit to the Fethiye area of Turkey.

Book a Ferry from Rhodes to Fethiye

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