Before you learn more about the Samos to Kusadasi ferry service, it is important to understand what Samos and Kusadasi have to offer to their travellers.

What makes Samos so famous?
The Samos Island is considered to be one of the most beautiful islands on the Aegean coast. It boasts scintillating beaches, green mountains, endless expanses of vineyards and breathtaking natural wonders. Samos is considered to be the eighth largest island in Greece.

Beyond its offbeat resorts and beautiful sceneries, Samos also offers its visitors a range of unexplored beaches, quiet hiking spots and secluded mountains. The island is home to the remains of the iconic Temple of Hera and the world-famous Evpalinos Tunnel, a spectacular display of old-world marvel and engineering that stretches for a distance of 1034m under the ground. It is believed that ancient greats such as Pythagoras, Epikouros Aristarchos also lived in Samos.

One of the best ways to explore the island of Samos is the Samos to Kusadasi ferry. This ferry service is the best way of commuting between Greece and Turkey and exploring the best of both worlds.

What makes Kusadasi so special?
Kusadasi lies to the southwest of Selcuk and is primarily known to be a major cruise ship port as well as a package holiday resort town. It is full of English style karaoke bars, pubs and tattoo parlours and shopping centres can also be found aplenty. The town might not be particularly famous for its friendly locals or high levels of Turkish hospitality, but it is definitely considered to be one of the best places to get access to picturesque secluded beaches that offer gorgeous views.

One of the best ways to explore Kusadasi is the Samos to Kusadasi ferry. This ferry service is the best way of commuting between Greece and Turkey. Kusadasi is also considered to be the ideal base for those looking to visit the ancient cities of Priene, Ephesus, Didyma and Miletus. The nightlife in Kusadasi is also known to be quite decent.

The Samos to Kusadasi Ferry Service
Samos is located at a distance of just about 20 miles to the southwest of Kusadasi. There are two ferries that commute between these two popular tourist landmarks between the months of April to October. Both ferries depart from Samos and Kusadasi sharp at 08.30 AM and they depart for their return journey at 17.00 PM. The Samos to Kusadasi ferry service takes a total of 1 hour 45 minutes to reach either destination. As a result, tourists also have the option of visiting either one of the islands as a marvellous and exciting day tour.

To book a Kusadasi to Samos ferry or Samos to Kusadasi ferry visit the booking manager and select a one way, day return or open return ticket. Prices start at just 35 euro.