Bodrum Kos Ferry Ticket Sale

Bodrum Kos Ferry Ticket Sale

Bodrum Kos Ferry Ticket Sale Harbour Taxes are included in the price.

Extra 1 euro of harbour tax is charged for afternoon journeys.

Only port taxes for 0-6 ages, %50 discount for 6-12 ages.

Transfer fee (Hotel-Harbour) for KOS Daytrip is 4 €.

Marked days show the trip schedule. The company has right to change the schedule in case of technical failure and poor weather conditions.

RoutesSame day return
(Excursion)
One WayReturn
BODRUM KOS20.00 €20.00 €30.00 €
KOS BODRUM20.00 €20.00 €30.00 €
TURGUTREİS KOS20.00 €20.00 €30.00 €
KOS TURGUTREİS20.00 €20.00 €30.00 €
KOS BODRUM20.00 €20.00 €30.00 €
BODRUM KOS20.00 €20.00 €30.00 €
Bodrum Kos Ferry Ticket Sale

Click to see our departure point at Kos Port

Listed price are BODRUM-KOS one way transportation fees. Green card is obligatory for car transportation to Kos. A warrant is required if the vehicle is owned by a company or a third person.

Motocycle 1500cc30 €
Motocycle 1500cc50 €
Autocar 75 €75 €
SUV (Jeep) Minibus100 €
Caravan 150 €150 €
Max Height2.05 m
Bodrum Kos Ferry Ticket Sale
Bodrum Kos Ferry Ticket Sale
Bodrum Kos Ferry Ticket Sale

Click to see our departure point at Kos Port

KOS

Kos or Cos (/kɒs, kɔːs/; Greek: Κως [kos]) is a Greek island, part of the Dodecanese island chain in the southeastern Aegean Sea. Kos is the third largest island of the Dodecanese by area, after Rhodes and Karpathos; it has a population of 33,388 (2011 census), making it the second most populous of the Dodecanese, after Rhodes. Bodrum to Kos Ferry covid, Bodrum to Kos Ferry price, Bodrum to Kos Day Trip, Bodrum to Kos Ferry schedule, Kos to Bodrum Ferry, Kos to turkey Ferry, Bodrum Express Ferry, Bodrum to Greece Ferry, Kos to Bodrum, Bodrum Kos Ferry lines Bodrum

The island measures 40 by 8 kilometres (25 by 5 miles). Administratively, Kos constitutes a municipality within the Kos regional unit, which is part of the South Aegean region. The principal town of the island and seat of the municipality is Kos Town.

View of the Asclepeion
View of the Asclepeion

The name Kos (Ancient Greek: Κῶς, genitive Κῶ) is first attested in the Iliad, and has been in continuous use since. Other ancient names include Meropis, Cea, and Nymphaea.

In many Romance languages, Kos was formerly known as Stancho, Stanchio, or Stinco, and in Ottoman and modern Turkish it is known as İstanköy, all from the reinterpretation of the Greek expression εις την Κω ‘to Kos’; cf. the similar Istanbul and Stimpoli, Crete. Under the rule of the Knights Hospitaller of Rhodes, it was known as Lango or Langò, presumably because of its length.[8][9] In The Travels of Sir John Mandeville, the author misunderstands this and treats Lango and Kos as distinct islands.

Locator map for Kos municipality in Greek region South Aegean (2011)
Locator map for Kos municipality in Greek region South Aegean (2011) Bodrum Kos Ferry Ticket Sale

In Italian, the island is known as Coo.

A person from Kos is called a “Koan” (or “Coan”) in English. The word is also an adjective, as in “Koan goods”.

Kos is in the Aegean Sea. Its coastline is 112 kilometres (70 miles) long and it extends from west to east.

The island has several promontories, some with names known in antiquity: Cape Skandari, anciently Scandarium or Skandarion in the northeast; Cape Lacter or Lakter in the south;[13] and Cape Drecanum or Drekanon in the west.

In addition to the main town and port, also called Kos, the main villages of Kos island are Kardamena, Kefalos, Tingaki, Antimachia, Mastihari, Marmari and Pyli. Smaller ones are Zia, Zipari, Platani, Lagoudi and Asfendiou.

Located very close to the coasts of Turkey Bodrum, Kos island is the second most popular island of Dodecanese, after Rhodes. It is possible to visit Kos Island everyday from Bodrum in less than a hour, both in the morning and in the evening. The Island is also known as “hometown of Hippocrates”, founder of the modern physic.

Kos Town is a mixture of Venetian and Ottoman architecture with interesting sightseeings, such as a Medieval Castle, an Ancient Agora, a Roman Odeon and of course the famous Asklepieion, an ancient healing centre, in short distance from the Town and great place to visit in your Kos holidays. Due to its large size, Kos Greece keeps a balance in tourism development.

Kos is located in Greece
Kos is located in Greece Bodrum Kos Ferry Ticket Sale

Some spots are very organized, while others are almost secluded and away from mass tourism. The most tourist places are located on the southern side of the island, including Kardamena and Kefalos. This is where visitors can find large golden beaches with crystal water.

Restaurants and cafe are actually found all around the island, both in tourist and secluded places. The most tourist places with places to eat in Kos are Kos Town, Kardamena, Zia, Tigaki, Agios Stefanos, Mastihari and others.

The best nightlife spots on the island are Kos Town and Kardamena, where most bars and clubs are found. Clubs in Kos stay open until the early hours and frequently organize theme parties. Bodrum Kos Ferry Ticket Sale

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