Ferry from Bodrum to Leros

View of Panteli Beach, In Leros, from a terrace cafe

Book your ferry from Bodrum to Leros today and go on an unforgettable Aegean adventure! Explore Leros' vibrant villages, beautiful beaches, and rich history!

Discover the rich tapestry of Bodrum, where ancient history meets lively appeal. Explore the towering Bodrum Castle, which has stood vigil above the harbor for centuries. Wander the labyrinthine lanes of the Bodrum bazaar, a shopper's paradise brimming with vibrant fabrics, handmade souvenirs and the tantalizing perfume of Turkish spices. Relax on magnificent beaches, soak up the warm Mediterranean sun and dive into the crystal-clear seas. History aficionados may marvel at the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Bodrum has something for everyone: sun-soaked leisure, fascinating history, and a taste of the unusual. Begin arranging your memorable Bodrum experience today!

Unveiling Leros, a Greek island beauty steeped in Aegean sunshine, is like walking into a postcard. Explore lovely villages painted in rainbow colors, like as Agia Marina, with its iconic windmill and meander through labyrinthine lanes brimming with hidden treasures. Dive into crystal-clear seas at beautiful beaches such as Duo Liskaria, or learn about history at the island's magnificent medieval fortress. Leros has a distinct cultural tapestry, as seen by its ancient windmills and the relaxed atmosphere of its fishing communities. Beyond leisure, explore secluded coves only accessible by boat, or go on a gourmet excursion to sample fresh seafood and local specialties. Leros offers an amazing vacation where peacefulness meets cultural richness and every nook tells stories of Aegean beauty.

Book your ferry adventure in advance and enjoy the Greek sun in pristine golden beaches!


Distance between Bodrum and Leros

The distance between the two destinations is around 34 nautical miles (63 kilometers).

Ferry duration from Bodrum to Leros

The ferry journey between Bodrum and Leros is known to be relatively short, typically taking 1.5 hour.

Step by step

Leros, with its picturesque towns and gorgeous beaches, awaits! Here's a step-by-step guide to assist you with your boat travel from Bodrum, Turkey:

Before traveling

  1. Choose a ferry company: Choose the ferry company and route that suits you best. Compare prices and different accommodation options on board
  2. Book your ferry tickets: It is strongly advised to purchase your boat tickets in advance, particularly during peak season (summer months) and on weekends
  3. Prepare travel documents: Ensure that your passport is valid for at least 6 months after your trip date and contains blank pages for entry stamps. The visa requirements for Greece vary depending on your nationality. Check with the Greek embassy or consulate in your own country for the most up-to-date visa information. Some nations may be eligible for a visa on arrival in Greece

Travel day

  1. Transportation to Bodrum Port: Depending on your location in Bodrum, you may need to take a taxi, bus, or ridesharing to get to the ferry port (Bodrum Ferry Terminal). Consider travel time while arranging your arrival at the port. For more information about public transportation options, please visit our Bodrum page
  2. Check-in: Arrive at the Bodrum Ferry Terminal at least one hour before your planned departure time to complete check-in
  3. Ferry journey: Take in the breathtaking vistas of the Aegean Sea as you journey to Kos Island. The travel from Bodrum to Kos normally takes about 1.5 hours
  4. Disembarkation: After arrival at Leros port (typically Leros Pigadia), complete any applicable customs procedures
  5. Transportation: Taxis and public buses are available at the port to transport you to Leros. Purchase public transportation tickets in advance, if applicable. Click on our Leros page and find all possible transportation alternatives

Additional tips

  • Luggage allowance: Each ferry operator sets its own luggage allowance. To prevent paying extra luggage fees, examine their rules before your travel
  • Currency exchange: Greece's currency is the euro (EUR). Consider converting Turkish Lira (TRY) into Euros before your vacation, or exchange currencies after you get in Kos. ATMs are also accessible on Kos and Leros
  • Seasickness prone? If you are prone to seasickness, try taking medicine or using natural cures beforehand
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