A less explored route when it comes to planning for a Turkey and Greece vacation has to be from Turgutreis to Kos. Turgutreis, the second largest town on the entire peninsula, is only 20 km away from Bodrum. The best part of the Turkish town is its main commercial centre, popular for the colorful sunsets and various shopping destinations. You can add on to the trip by paying a visit to Kos, an island near the town. At Turkish Ferry, we provide access to Turgutreis to Kos ferry rides regularly, which you can book for a memorable journey.
As a part of the Dodecanese group of islands in Greece, Kos falls in the eastern Aegean sea. At approximately 3 miles off the Turkish coast, our Turgutreis to Kos ferry takes the quickest, but the most photogenic route to reach the island. An interesting thing to know here is, as the third largest of the Dodecanese islands, Kos is one of the first Greek islands that had brought into the fore the benefits of tourism. There are so many activities for you to take part in when you have reached this wonderful island. The popularity of the place ensures that the ports remain too crowded at all times. At Turkish Ferry, we give you the option to book a Turgutreis to Kos ferry ride online way before you even visit the place.