International and Domestic Ferry and Hydrofoil tickets are provided
by our agency.
Bodrum - Kos - Bodrum ( Ferry )
day trip to this birthplace of Hippocrates will add color to your
holidays ... In Summer the island takes on a Nordic flavor as its
bars and beaches play host to numerous Scandinavian tourists, but
there are also many traces of its ancient past that are worth a
In the city of Kos you can admire very important archaeological
sites and monuments like the "Hellenistic Gymnasium", the "
Nymphaeum", the "Roman House", the "Temple and alter of Dionysos",
the "Harbour Baths", the "Ancient Stadium", the "Hellenistic wall",
the"Stoa", the "Ancient Agora", the "Hellenistic Sanctuary", the "Sanctuary
of Hercules" and the "Sanctuary of Aphrodite Pandemos" all call for
- Rhodes - Bodrum ( Hydrofoil )
There is much to see in Rhodes and you will have more time to see it
if you go there by the hydrofoil in approximately 2 hrs. 10 mins. (weather
The walled Old City is a labyrinth of narrow streets and cobbled
alleys with attractions on every corner, from intriguing shops to
the place of the Grand Master of the Knights of St. John.
Rhodes was once the bastionof this powerful religious brotherhood
which adorned the city spoils of war and profits of trade and the
monuments of that age are grand indeed. Outside the walls is a
bustling modern city with gardens, beaches and extensive shopping
oppurtunities, and a bit further afield is delightful Lindos, a
sparkling white village set below an imposing acropolis.
Bodrum - Marmaris - Bodrum (
Marmaris, is approximately 1 hour 50 ins. away by Hydrofoil. The
fast and relaxing trip will take you to the charming little harbor
Gelibolu, on the Far Eastern shore of the Gulf of Gökova, where you
will disembark for a 20 min. drive to Marmaris. The city of
Marmaris, who was previously known as Physkos, lies where the
Mediterranean sea and the Aegean sea meet. It is believed that the
first settlement in that area, was about 3000 B.C. Marmaris with
it's surrounding covered pine trees hills, that starched all the
way to the sea and it's beautiful bays.
The beautiful harbour water front hosts many restaurants and bars
where you can relax and take in the spectacular view. Netsel Marina
is an important yachting centre full of romantic restaurants, shops
and boutiques. One look at the yachts in the harbour will tell you
that Marmaris is a stylish and cosmopolitan resort. The traffic-free
promenade stretching from the marina all the way round the bay to
Icmeler. It has a sophisticated 'Riviera' feel to it.
- Cleopatra Island - Bodrum ( Hydrofoil )
Gökova Mini Cruise
Sample the highlights of the famous blue voyage cruise in just 1 day.
Relax as we take you by hydrofoil from Bodrum to the picturesque
little harbour of Gelibolu on the Far Eastern shore of the Gulf of
Gökova. Then soak up the sun and the sights on a traditional Turkish
wooden gulet as we leisurely cruise you around the coastline of
Gökova visiting the famous English Harbourand Cleopatra Island. Swim
in the crystal clear waters then relax on board while the crew serve
you with mouthwatering lunch. Late afternoon relaxed and tanned,
board our comfortable hydrofoil for your fast journey (approximately
1 hour 15 mins.) back to Bodrum Harbour.
CLEOPATRA ISLAND TRIPS INCLUDES ;
Hydrofoil + yacht tour + lunch + entrance to Cleopatra Island.
- Datça - Bodrum ( Ferry )
small town, Datça lies on the South coast of The peninsula tipped by
the site ofancient Knidos. Your 50 minute trip by Ferry will take
you into the Gulf of Gökova where you will disembark at the little
harbour of Körmen for a short overland ride to Datça. Some
authorities have claimed that the original site of the city of
Knidos was just outside Datça, but although recent excavations tend
to dispute this assertion there indeed was an ancient city situated
nearby and this site can be visited. The tiny harbour and the
waterfront of Datça are very lively with summer visitors, but the
main attraction of the town is in its pre-served pre-tourist village-like
character and its clean beaches.