There can be nothing better than taking a ride over the Aegean Sea and visiting the majestic islands of Greece, from Turkey. At Turkish Ferry, we provide you just that with our Bodrum Samos ferry. It takes a route that offers a picturesque view of the Dodecanese group of islands. What was once a powerful and rich place known for its production of wine and vineyards, Samos is also home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site - the Heraion of Samos. The site includes the Eupalinian aqueduct, a marvelous example of ancient engineering. For the math nerds, our Bodrum Samos ferry would be a great option, because the island is also the birthplace of Pythagoras.
If Samos reminds you of too much mathematics, Bodrum would be a breath of fresh air with its museums. As a city situated in the Turkish province of Mugla, Bodrum houses the Mausoleum of Mausolus, once regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Back in time, it was known as Halicarnassus as well. The 15th century built Bodrum castle is situated at a place which is easily accessible from the marina and the harbour. Our Bodrum Samos ferry would leave you at the port, and a visit to the castle grounds is enough to understand what the culture of the city is all about. A visit to Bodrum is also incomplete without a trip to the Museum of Underwater Archaeology, and it is established right inside the castle. Ensure that you book our Bodrum Samos ferry beforehand to get away from all the last-minute rush and unavailability of tickets.