Bodrum to the Dodecanese Islands Ferry
Bodrum is connected to the Dodecanese Islands via the port of Kos. On average, there are 7 crossings per week between Bodrum and the Dodecanese Islands, which are operated by Dodecanese Flying Dolphins. Crossings from Bodrum to Kos usually take around 45 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Bodrum and the Dodecanese Islands. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Bodrum is a popular family resort in Turkey, with a rich historical and cultural heritage. Although known mostly as a summer holiday destination, Bodrum is becoming increasingly popular with visitors in the other seasons. The reasons are many, but probably foremost is the chance to enjoy its attractions more intimately by avoiding the hubbub of high season. Unlike many holiday resorts Bodrum does not close its shutters at summer's end but continues an active though less frenetic life of its own. The colorful bazaars are open on their scheduled days, temperatures pleasant and local people have more time for each visiting guest.
Bodrum today is a trendy, cosmopolitan holiday resort popular with families and with the younger set from all over the world. It is a choice destination of those interested in the rich historical heritage and natural beauty of the region, while its prestigious ranking has attracted a whole galaxy of stars of the Turkish entertainment world. It can truly be said that this diversity of its visitors matches well the variety of its offerings.
See below for Bodrum ferry timetable information, and our complete guide to the area.
About the Dodecanese Islands
The twelve islands in the Dodecanese chain, including the islands of Kos, Rhodes, Symi, Kalymnos and Kaparthos, each have a different distinctive and are well worth a visit.