Kos to Turkey Ferry
Kos is connected to Turkey via the port of Bodrum. On average, there are 7 crossings per week between Kos and Turkey, which are operated by Dodecanese Flying Dolphins. Crossings from Kos to Bodrum usually take around 45 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Kos and Turkey. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Kos ferry fort is situated in Kos town, in the north-east of the island, and is a lively and bustling Port providing Ferry connections to many of the other Dodecanese islands. From here, there are regular connections to mainland Greece and other islands in the Dodecanese area.
Kos is the second largest of the Dodecanese islands, after Rhodes, and is reputed to be the birthplace of Hippocrates. The island's capital, also called Kos, is a popular tourist resort complete with restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
Kos is an island known for its beautiful villages and beaches and is a popular holiday destination with tourists from all over the world.
Turkey has a rich history and cultural heritage; its position between the two continents of Europe and Asia has given Turkey the influence of many different cultures throughout history.
As such, Turkey is rich in sites of historical and archaeological interest. Turkey also boasts some splendid beaches to which tourists flock each year.