Travelling by ferry: A complete travel guide for your ferry booking
Everything you need to know about exploring Turkey by ferry
The intricate network of ferry routes between the coastal cities of Turkey and the Greek islands offers a seamless transition between two very rich cultures. With frequent departures to and from the beautiful Greek islands of Chios, Lesvos, Rhodes, Kos and Samos with the picturesque Turkish cities of Cesme, Kusadasi, Ayvalik, Marmaris, Bodrum and Fethiye, you can reach your destination by ferry in just over an hour, making these routes ideal for day trips and weekend getaways.
What are the most popular ferry routes from Greece to Turkey?
Booking ferry tickets to Turkey routes can be done through our online ferry booking platform. Simply select your desired route, travel dates, and passenger details, and follow the 3 easy steps to complete the booking process. Below you find all the destinations we offer in Turkey.
What documents do I need to travel to Turkey?
When traveling to Turkey for tourism you will either be able to enter the country a. only with your ID card, b. with a valid passport or c. a valid passport plus a visa or e-visa.
Of course, it is highly advisable to contact the Turkish authorities or your local consulate to verify the requirements as these may change from time to time.
How often do ferries go to Turkey?
During the summer months there are frequent departures between the Greek islands and Turkey. On a daily basis you can usually choose between 2-3 sailings in the morning and another 2-3 ferries in the evening. In off peak season ferries to Turkey still operate but not as frequently as in summer.