As one of the most sought after routes, the Bodrum Kos ferry acts as a connecting line between the Dodecanese islands and Turkey. Bodrum is a Turkish city located on the Bodrum Peninsula South Coast. Formerly known as Halicarnassus, Bodrum has several ancient sites were the Romans, Ottomans, and Byzantines used to live. The city is known for being home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World - the Tomb of King Mausolus; which has now turned to become a well-known open-air museum. At Turkish Ferry, you can have direct access to ferries from Bodrum that go up to Kos. These ferries follow a beautiful route and take a very short time to reach the destination.
At the other side of the journey falls Kos, a part of Greece’s Dodecanese group of islands. This 40 km long island is 8 km wide and houses numerous towns and villages in its entirety. The best part is, when you take the Bodrum Kos ferry and reach the main town (also known as Kos), you will immediately feel calm at the quietness of the place. The adventure seekers in you will love checking out the local markets, restaurants, bars, and clubs which has contributed a lot in making Kos famous. At Turkish Ferry, we provide the facility of booking ferries from Bodrum online so that you wouldn’t have to stand in a queue during the rush hours.