As part of one of the less traversed but equally gorgeous routes of complete Turkey to Greece stretch, Leros is a small island in the Dodecanese. Located between Patmos and Kalymnos, a trip to Leros is usually a blend of touring two or three other islands nearby along with it. No matter how small it is, this island has a lot of mythological value in the entire stretch. At Turkish Ferry, we render regular Bodrum Leros ferry services that take you to and from the island, connecting you to a historically rich city in Turkey. An interesting fact about Leros is that the island, back in time, had a large population of deer and so, it is also known as a place which Goddess Artemis used to visit for hunting. Our Bodrum Leros ferry drops you at a port that is close to most of the tourist draws of the city. Those of which include the Medieval Castle and various other fascinating museums where the majestic history of the island is portrayed.
If Leros is an island that isn’t explored by many, Bodrum is quite the opposite. Always crowded with tourists, Bodrum is a city that is situated in Mugla, a Turkish Province. As part of the Bodrum Peninsula, Bodrum is a place where the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World is situated. On our Bodrum Leros ferry, we take you through a route where you will be able to see the beauty of the city from a distance. The city also has the 15th century built Bodrum castle, which is a witness to numerous cultural festivals throughout the year. The Museum of Underwater Archaeology is also a part of the castle, making it one of the most sought after tourist destinations. At Turkish Ferry, we provide the option of booking seats on our Bodrum Leros ferry online, so that you don’t have to wait during rush hours.