Fähreto Turkey

Travel by ferry to Turkey! Travelling to Turkey couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Turkey holiday rested and without stress.

Regular ferry connections to Turkey exist from the Greek islands on the routes Chios – Cesme, Kos – Bodrum and Rhodes – Fethiye. Fährefrom Cyprus call at the Turkish ports of Tasucu, Mersin and Alanya.

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All ferries to Turkey

Here you find all current ferry connections to Turkey.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Chios – Cesme Ferry from Aegean Islands, Greece to Turkey 7 times a week
20 minutes
Ertürk Lines
Turyol
Ferry Vathi – Kusadasi Ferry from Samos, Aegean Islands, Greece to Turkey 4 times a week
1 hour(s) 30 minutes
Meander Travel
Ferry Pythagorio – Kusadasi Ferry from Samos, Aegean Islands, Greece to Turkey 5 times a week
1 hour(s) 30 minutes
Meander Travel
Ferry Rhodes – Bodrum Ferry from Dodecanese Islands, Greece to Turkey 2 times a week
2 hour(s) 15 minutes
Bodrum Express
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
Sea Dreams
Ferry Rhodes – Fethiye Ferry from Dodecanese Islands, Greece to Turkey 7 times a week
1 hours 40 minutes
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
Ferry Rhodes – Marmaris Ferry from Dodecanese Islands, Greece to Turkey 5 times a week
1 hours
Sea Dreams
Ferry Mytilene – Ayvalik Ferry from Lesbos, Aegean Islands, Greece to Turkey 19 times a week
1 hour(s) 30 minutes
Turyol
Ferry Leros – Turgutreis Ferry from Dodecanese Islands, Greece to Turkey 2 times a week
1 hours 15 minutes
Bodrum Express
Ferry Symi (Simi) – Bodrum Ferry from Dodecanese Islands, Greece to Turkey 2 times a week
1 hours 35 minutes
Bodrum Express
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
Sea Dreams
Fähre Kalymnos – Turgutreis Ferry from Dodekanes-Inseln, Griechenland to Türkei 1 mal wöchentlich
45 Minuten
Bodrum Express
Fähre Kastelorizo – Kas Ferry from Dodekanes-Inseln, Griechenland to Türkei 14 mal wöchentlich
20 Minuten
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
Fähre Kos – Bodrum Ferry from Dodekanes-Inseln, Griechenland to Türkei 7 mal wöchentlich
45 Minuten
Bodrum Express
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
Fähre Kos – Turgutreis Ferry from Dodekanes-Inseln, Griechenland to Türkei 7 mal wöchentlich
30 Minuten
Bodrum Express
Fähre Kyrenia – Mersin Ferry from Zypern to Türkei 2 mal wöchentlich
8 Stunde(n) 30 Minuten
Akgunler Denizcilik
Fähre Kyrenia – Tasucu Ferry from Zypern to Türkei 10 mal wöchentlich
6 Stunde(n)
Akgunler Denizcilik

All ferries from Turkey

Here you find all current ferry connections from Turkey.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Fähre Ayvalik – Mytilene Ferry from Türkei to Lesbos, Ägäische Inseln, Griechenland 19 mal wöchentlich
1 Stunde(n) 30 Minuten
Turyol
Ferry Cesme – Chios Ferry from Turkey to Aegean Islands, Greece 7 times a week
20 minutes
Ertürk Lines
Turyol
Ferry Turgutreis – Kalymnos Ferry from Turkey to Dodecanese Islands, Greece 1 time a week
45 minutes
Bodrum Express
Ferry Turgutreis – Kos Ferry from Turkey to Dodecanese Islands, Greece 7 times a week
30 minutes
Bodrum Express
Ferry Turgutreis – Leros Ferry from Turkey to Dodecanese Islands, Greece 2 times a week
1 hours 15 minutes
Bodrum Express
Ferry Marmaris – Rhodes Ferry from Turkey to Dodecanese Islands, Greece 5 times a week
1 hours
Sea Dreams
Ferry Mersin – Kyrenia Ferry from Turkey to Cyprus 2 times a week
8 hours 30 minutes
Akgunler Denizcilik
Ferry Tasucu – Kyrenia Ferry from Turkey to Cyprus 5 times a week
6 hours ) 0 minutes
Akgunler Denizcilik
Fähre Bodrum – Kos Ferry from Türkei to Dodekanes-Inseln, Griechenland 7 mal wöchentlich
45 Minuten
Bodrum Express
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
Fähre Bodrum – Rhodos Ferry from Türkei to Dodekanes-Inseln, Griechenland 2 mal wöchentlich
2 Stunde(n) 15 Minuten
Bodrum Express
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
Sea Dreams
Fähre Bodrum – Symi (Simi) Ferry from Türkei to Dodekanes-Inseln, Griechenland 2 mal wöchentlich
1 Stunde(n) 35 Minuten
Bodrum Express
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
Sea Dreams
Fähre Fethiye – Rhodos Ferry from Türkei to Dodekanes-Inseln, Griechenland 7 mal wöchentlich
1 Stunde(n) 40 Minuten
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
Fähre Kas – Kastelorizo Ferry from Türkei to Dodekanes-Inseln, Griechenland 14 mal wöchentlich
20 Minuten
Dodecanese Flying Dolphins
Fähre Kusadasi – Pythagorio Ferry from Türkei to Samos, Ägäische Inseln, Griechenland 5 mal wöchentlich
1 Stunde(n) 30 Minuten
Meander Travel
Fähre Kusadasi – Vathi Ferry from Türkei to Samos, Ägäische Inseln, Griechenland 4 mal wöchentlich
1 Stunde(n) 30 Minuten
Meander Travel

Ferry ports in Turkey

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Turkey here.

Ports
Mersin
Turgut Rice
Tasucu
Marmaris
Kas
Kusadasi
Ayvalik
Bodrum
Cesme
Fethiye

Travel guide Turkey

Holiday in Turkey

Magnificent mosques, ancient sites and oriental bazaars bear witness to the cultural diversity of a country that straddles two continents. Diverse landscapes, inviting beaches and the country’s typical cuisine make your holiday in Turkey perfect.


TOP excursion destinations in Turkey

The capital Istanbul inspires with its unique location. Here tradition meets modernity and Orient meets Occident. The city looks back on thousands of years of history and offers its visitors a beautiful old town and a magnificent palace. The famous Hagia Sophia, the Sultan Ahmed Mosque and the Grand Bazaar should also not be missed during a stroll through the city.

Once the rulers of the Ottoman Empire resided in the Topkapi Palace. Four courtyards divide the huge complex, where hundreds of rooms, pavilions, mosques, kitchens and baths can be visited.

In Bodrum, guests can look forward to the “Bodrum Kalesi” – in addition to great beaches. The medieval St. Peter’s Fort impresses with its thick walls, up to 50-metre-high defence towers and an underwater museum.

Ephesus was once an important port city of the Roman Empire. Today, imposing ruins dominate the picture. Among them the theatre, the Celsus library and the famous temple of Artemis. What a historic place, the temple is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World!

In ancient Aspendos, culture lovers will enjoy a very well preserved Roman theatre. Pavarotti and Carreras have already sung here. The stage house has been preserved at full height, as have the 39 rows of seats for the audience.

Translated into German, Pamukkale means “cotton wool castle”. Mineral water created here unique limestone terraces in brilliant white. The Romans already knew about the healing properties of the water, today visitors bathe in man-made pools and enjoy a play of colours in blue, turquoise and white.

You enter another world with a visit to Cappadocia. Volcanic eruptions, wind and weather created unique rock formations here, the so-called fairy chimneys. Here, people carved cave dwellings and churches into the tufa rock, some up to ten storeys deep and decorated with frescoes. To be admired in the underground city of Derinkuyu and in Göreme.


Entry requirements

German citizens need an identity card or a (children’s) passport to enter Turkey. With the passport it is to be made certain that at least one side must be still empty. You don’t need a visa.


Alternative travel options

Anyone setting off for Turkey by car, long-distance coach or train must reckon with long travel times – the distance from Cologne to Istanbul is, after all, around 2,400 kilometres. It is quicker and more comfortable to travel by plane to the international airports in Istanbul, Ankara and Antalya.


Fähreto Turkey Experiences & Travelogues

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