Bodrum Kalymnos Ferry Ticket Sale
Bodrum Kalymnos Ferry Ticket Sale harbour taxes are included in the price.
Only port taxes for 0-6 ages, %50 discount for 6-12 ages.
Marked days show the trip schedule. The company has right to change the schedule in case of technical failure and poor weather conditions.
|Routes||Same day return (Excursion)||One Way||Return|
|TURGUTREIS – KALYMNOS||25.00 €||20.00 €||35.00 €|
|KALYMNOS – TURGUTREIS||25.00 €||20.00 €||35.00 €|
Kalymnos is located on the northern side of Dodecanese and close to the Turkish coasts. From Turgutreis D-Marin Port, Bodrum Express Lines has trips to Kalymnos a few days in a week during summer season.
This island distinguishes for the wild rocky mountains, which is why it has developed as a rock climbing destination over the last years. In fact, an International Climbing Festival takes place in Kalymnos island every September. Kalymnos, also known as the sponge diver island, is one of the least-known yet very interesting islands in Dodecanese. In the past, the locals used to make their living from sponge fishing. Bodrum Kalymnos Ferry Ticket Sale
Although this activity has declined today, there are many sponge sellers at the beachfront of Pothia, the capital of the island. Bodrum Kalymnos Ferry Ticket Sale
The island is blessed with green valleys and beautiful paths that urge visitors to explore them. Kalymnos is surrounded by beautiful bays and excellent waters which are ideal for you dives. Particularly Pothia, the capital town, surprises every visitor with the collection of beautiful mansions which are a reminiscence of the islands glorious past. kos to kalymnos ferry timetable, ferry kos to kalymnos, kos to kalymnos ferry schedule, nissos kalymnos ferry timetable, mastichari kalymnos ferry, kos airport to kalymnos, kos to kalymnos ferry timetable, anek kos kalymnos, ferry from kalymnos to kos
The religious faith of the locals is enhanced by the wonderful old churches and monasteries that attract many pilgrims from the neighboring islands. Most of the inhabitants are involved in fishing and sponge diving which is one of the main activities of Kalymnos that has brought huge development.
The beach resorts in Kalymnos are nice and relaxing, while during your Kalymnos holidays you should not miss a day trip to the small island of Telendos, a popular nudist destination. Bodrum Kalymnos Ferry Ticket Sale
You can take a boat from Massouri Village and enjoy the landscape and beautiful tavernas in Telendos Island.
Holidays in Kalymnos can be combined with other islands like Kos, Leros or Patmos.
Kalymnos (Greek: Κάλυμνος) is a Greek island and municipality in the southeastern Aegean Sea. It belongs to the Dodecanese island chain, between the islands of Kos (south, at a distance of 12 km (7 mi) and Leros (north, at a distance of less than 2 km (1 mi)): the latter is linked to it through a series of islets. Kalymnos lies between two and five hours away by sea from Rhodes.
In 2011 the island had a population of 16,001, making it the third most populous island of the Dodecanese, after Kos and Rhodes. It is known in Greece for the affluence of much of its population, and also stands as both the wealthiest member of the Dodecanese and one of the wealthiest Greek islands overall.
The Municipality of Kalymnos, which includes the populated offshore islands of Pserimos (pop. 80), Telendos (94), Kalolimnos (2), and Pláti (2), as well as several uninhabited islets, has a combined land area of 134.544 square kilometres (51.948 sq mi) and a total population of 16,179 inhabitants.
The island is roughly rectangular in shape, with a length of 21 km (13 mi) and a width of 13 km (8 mi), and covers an area of 109 square kilometres (42 sq mi). Moreover, on the north side there is a peninsula which stretches in a northwest direction.
Kalymnos is mostly mountainous with complicated topography. There are three main chains going from W-NW to E-SE, and a fourth which extends NW the length of the peninsula. The coastline is very irregular, with many sheltered coves. There are some springs, one among them being thermal. The soil is mainly limestone-based, but in the valleys, there is a compact bank of volcanic tuff, the relic of an ancient volcano, located in Vigles, between the villages of Myrties and Kantouni. The island is mainly barren, except for the two fertile valleys of Vathys and Pothia, where olives, oranges and vines are grown. There is also an ostrich farm in Argos, near the airport.
Earthquakes are a frequent occurrence around Kalymnos, a fact that is connected with the volcanoes in surrounding islands. The last earthquake that occurred was the 2017 Aegean Sea earthquake with a magnitude of 6.7Mw, which injured two people in Kalymnos.
Have a nice holiday,