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Book a ferry to Kusadasi with AFerry. Ferries to Kusadasi, in Turkey, are available from Greece and the North Aegean Islands. You can take a ferry to Kusadasi from Pythagorio and Vathy.
Kusadasi Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Kusadasi are operated by Meander Travel. When you search for a ferry to Kusadasi, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select.
Kusadasi ferries with Meander Travel are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Kusadasi will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
Kusadasi is a popular tourist resort on Turkey's Aegean Coast. Thousands of visitors from around the world come to Kusadasi for the sunny beaches, almost year round sunshine, crystal clear waters and rich history.
During the day Kusadasi has a relaxing atmosphere, where you can sunbathe and cool off in the clean waters of the Aegean Sea, explore ruins left from the Greek and Roman eras, and sample the local cuisine in one of the many restaurants.
At night, Kusadasi transforms with a vibrant nightlife. There is an abundance of bars and clubs, including a few Irish pubs!
Ferries to and from Kusadasi
There are two ships in the Meander Travel fleet; the Meander Express and the Kusadasi Express. Both ships are fast vessels and can carry upwards of 240 passengers. Onboard are comfortable lounges with panoramic windows, and an outdoor deck offering superb views of the Turkish coastline and the Aegean sea.
Kusadasi port facilities
The port of Kusadasi is also a popular stop off for large cruise ships, so there is no shortage of facilities. There is a large shopping centre at the port with popular high street brands and restaurants. There is also a tourist information office just across the road.
Getting to Kusadasi
Major roads from Istanbul, Cappadocia or Antalya are connected to Kusadasi from Aydin via Soke town on the south and Izmir via Selcuk on the north.
From Izmir airport, you can use the minor sub road following the coastline through the villages, the old main road or the D515 motorway with toll.
The main Kusadasi bus station is served by bus companies from all over Turkey. At the high season, you can find direct access to the majority of large cities in Turkey, including Istanbul, Ankara, Nevsehir, and Antalya. There are daily bus services running between Izmir and Kusadasi. The journey takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes.