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Bodrum Rhodes Ferry reviews

  • "Use new port for Bodrum to Rhodes"

    Ferry was fine. Unfortunately the map link showed the old port. We arrived comfortably on time to discover we needed to be at the new port. The 20 min taxi got us there 20 mins after the formal gate closure. The port had a number of ferries leaving to different locations at about the same time. Having collected our tickets we then needed to join a 100m queue to get through passport control. We had to push past many unhappy people to make the boat. The ferry was great but not the stress to make it. I suggest you make it clear to use the new port.

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  • "Awful"

    I would never book with you guys again. First you wrote the address wrong on the print out and also the boat‘s name. I almost missed The boat and had to buy a new ticket. And far worth- you did not indicate it in the system- the Turkish ticket office had to indicate it again. Awful experience!!

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Bodrum Guide

Located in the Turkish province of Mugla, the city of Bodrum lies on the southernmost coast of the Bodrum Peninsular at a point that checks entry into the Gulf of Gokova. In ancient times the city was known for housing the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and was also called Halicarnassus. Bodrum Castle was built in the 15th century by the Knights Hospitaller and stands proudly over the harbour and marina. The castle's grounds hosts a number of cultural festivals throughout the years and is also home to the Museum of Underwater Archaeology.

A popular spectacle if visiting the city in October or November takes place in nearby Bargilya where the locals can be seen harvesting olives. There is a pretty lagoon there and some lovely fish restaurants.

Bodrum Cruise Port is located 36 km from the Milas International Airport and few minute walk to the city centre. The Port has the capacity to service at least two large cruise vessels at a time together with three motorboats. The port also has three ferryboat ramps. The port has ferries to other nearby Turkish and Greek ports and islands.


Rhodes Guide

The Greek island of Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese group of islands and is a popular destination for tourists, especially as it has around 300 days of sunshine every year. The island lies in the eastern Aegean Sea and is to the north of the island of Crete and to the south east of Athens. The island has all the facilities to make it the popular tourist destination that it has become and includes a beautiful coastline and has plenty of culture and a lively nightlife.

The island's main town, Rhodes Town, is very charming and visitors will see enormous medieval fortifications and narrow alleys that are simply full of character. However, the island's beaches are perhaps the biggest attraction and is what makes it so popular. many of the island's beaches are located on the eastern shore and Lindos stands out as offering the best stretch of sand and pebbles and is close to the Megali Paralia.

Rhodes is connected by ferry with daily services to Piraeus, by conventional and high speed boats. During the summer months Rhodes is also connected with the rest of the Dodecanese islands, along with Crete and Cyclades.