Hotel Kos

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Eski Cesme Mah. Caferpasa Cad. No:7, Bodrum, Turkey
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Can I enter Turkey from Greece & fly back to the UK from Turkey?

by talwrn

Hello,
In September I am planning to travel from North Wales (U.K.) by train and ferries, across France, Italy, Greece and Greek islands.
What I would then like to do is, go by ferry from Greece to Turkey, and end my holiday by staying in Turkey for about 5 to 7 days before flying home from Bodrum airport. Could you please let me know if that is possible.
Best of regards.
Mr G Jones.

RE: Can I enter Turkey from Greece & fly back to the UK from Turkey?

by brotherleelove

Yes, it can be done. You can enter Turkey on a ferry from Samos, Rhodes, Chios or Kos.

Here's a link to the ferries from these Greek islands into Turkey.

http://www.ankertravel.net/ferry.asp

RE: Can I enter Turkey from Greece & fly back to the UK from Turkey?

by traveloturc

hi Mt jones
the answer is yes you can ...
good luck

RE: RE: Can I enter Turkey from Greece & fly back to the UK from Turkey?

by talwrn

Thank you for responding and giving that advise.
All the very best to you.

RE: RE: Can I enter Turkey from Greece & fly back to the UK from Turkey?

by Sirvictor

You can enter from Greek island to Turkey from following Turkish ports. Cesme, Kusadasi, Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye. They are all beautifull places to visit and enjoy life in september. If you enter to Kusadasi you will have the possibily to visit antic Roman city of Effesus and St John' grave in Selcuk and home of Virgin Mary. After that you can trip to Bodrum by bus. It takes 4 or 5 hours. Around Bodrum and marmaris there are not much antic sities. They are rather summer places for holidaymakers.
have a nice time in Turkey

RE: RE: Can I enter Turkey from Greece & fly back to the UK from Turkey?

by talwrn

Thank you for your kind assistance.
Regards
Mr G Jones

Travel Tips for Bodrum

Pide square.

by Erkmen

You can not pass Bodrum town center without passing pide square.. It is there in the middle, whereever you go, you will pass from there, what ever you are doing, sooner or later, you will eat something there...

Indeed I dont know the real name of the place, but everyone knows there as Pide square, due to Pide sellers open all day and night..

The square is connecting the bar streets to Marina and side streets.. And in the middle there are four small resturants, which sell a kind of Turkish pizza.. They are open all day long.. So even if you visit there 4 am or 4 pm they will serve you.. Or you may find your friend there..

its in the middle in between..

LABRANDA was one 'off the...

by Lalique

LABRANDA was one 'off the beaten' we visited. It's about 50-60km from Bodrum towards Izmir and about 12km from Milas.

Labranda was a religious center. It was connected with Milas by a sacred road. Labranda also had a sacred pool of fish adorned with earrings and necklaces. These fish were thought capable of making YES or NO prophecies by accepting or refusing food offered to them after question.

Labranda never grew any larger than a village, leaving today's ruins with an intimate atmosphere. Set high on a hill in a grove of pine trees above Milas, Labranda is well worth the bumpy ride required to get there.

In Labranda you can see the foundation of a large Temple of Zeus, as well as a marble building, which may have harbored the sacred fish. Also included are the solid Andron, or men's club, with galls almost 2 meter thick, and a tomb on the hillside above the temple site (worth steep climbing, the view is stunning).

The keeper of the site is a very friendly guy, though he knows a couple of words in English and a couple in German, but he was eager to show us around and helped a lot climbing the steep hill in order to see the tomb. He also offered to buy a small jar of local honey (one can see apiary nearby). We did buy the honey, the taste is delicious!!!

Upmarket Night Out!

by Lyndra about Marina Yacht Club

The marina yacht club is a new addition to my drinking haunts as this year I tries to explore the marina side of Bodrum - there are many great restaurants and bars I hadn't tried before!
The Yacht Club is open to all despite the fact that generally places like this are members clubs. There are a few bars serving the usual Bodrum alcoholic wares but in a nice surrounding beside the marina, with the boats and lapping water nearby. There are also a number of restaurants that serve a range of international and Turkish foods. The best of these is a swish roof restaurant. The place is open air - who needs air conditioning!
The Yacht Club is situated at the far end of Neyzen Tevfik Caddesi so it can be a pleasant stroll depending on where your hotel is. A busy and popular place and a good night out! Many people here are quite smartly dressed but the dress code seemed quite relaxed.

I found a McDonalds in Bodrum

by Nobbe about McDonalds

This was my most expensive Big Mac I ever bought. It cost me around 5,000,000! That was in the local currency Turkish Lira, so it wasn't that expenside at all really, but I got a big smile on my face when I heard the price.

BLAUE-REISE

by arthur40

Blaue-Reise von Bodrum nach Marmaris..
Gesegnet von der Liebe der Aphrodite.
Eine Blaue-Reise im Golf von Gökova beginnt im Yachthafen von Bodrum. Die tiefen glasklaren Gewässer des Golfes an der Südküste der Bodrum-Halbinsel zeigen eine Farbenpalette von dunkelsten bis zum durchsichtigen Türkis, und die Küstenlinie ist bewaldet in allen Schattierungen von Grün.
Die Blaue-Reise sollte man in Verbindung mit einem anschließenden Hotelaufenthalt buchen. Wir haben es so gemacht und haben wir unseren schönesten Urlaub erlebt.
1 Wo Blaue Reise ab Deutschland kostet je nach Saison 550 - 650,- €.

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 Hotel Kos

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Kos Hotel Bodrum

Address: Eski Cesme Mah. Caferpasa Cad. No:7, Bodrum, Turkey