Vathy to Turkey Ferry
Vathy is connected to Turkey via the port of Kusadasi. On average, there are 3 crossings per week between Vathy and Turkey, which are operated by Meander Travel. Crossings from Vathy to Kusadasi usually take around 1 hour 30 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Vathy and Turkey. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Vathy is a harbour town on the Greek island Samos in the North Aegean, not to be confused with the small harbour town Vathy on the island Ithaka. The village of Vathy is located in the northeast of the island, in a beautiful bay. Vathy is connected to the town of Samos as the village rises into the hills. Vathy is one of the oldest villages on Samos and offers modern as well as Venetian and neoclassical buildings. tavernas and cafés surround the harbour, while narrow alleys meander uphill between colourful old houses. Vathy is a great place for tourists and sights are the Byzantine Museum, the historic church of Agios Spyridon and the impressive Archaeological Museum. The port of Vathy is one of the three main ports on the island.
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.