Vacations are enjoyable for two things - the journey and the adventure. Patmos, a part of the Dodecanese islands, is also known to be one of the most northerly islands in the whole stretch and provides both of them. With Chora as a capital town and Skala as a port town; Patmos is famous as the “island of the Apocalypse.” At Turkish Ferry, we provide a Bodrum to Patmos ferry regularly to help you reach the island in a short time. Patmos is a remarkably pretty island that has whitewashed houses, traditional for the Greeks. Crystal clear waters and lip-smacking delicacies are a few more added characteristics of the island. Our Bodrum to Patmos ferry route drops you at a place that is close to a significant tourist attraction of the island - the Cave of the Apocalypse. The place is known to be so because it has been passed on by generations that it is there that Saint Ioannis had written the Apocalypse after hearing the voice of God. You will be able to see the symbolism of the Holy Trinity there as well through the three small cracks on the rock from where the voice of God was heard.
If Patmos was a goosebump-inducing experience, Bodrum doesn’t fall much far behind. Located in the Mugla Province, Bodrum was initially known as Halicarnassus with various ancient sites that the Romans, Ottomans, and Byzantines had abandoned. Our Bodrum to Patmos ferry leaves you at a port closest to the largest tourist attraction of the city - the Mausoleum of Mausolus. As one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Tomb was built in under 100 years and is now an enjoyable open-air museum. At Turkish Ferry, we allow you to book a Bodrum to Patmos ferry online on our website, where you can also choose the schedule based on your preference before booking.