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Are you dreaming of a holiday to Kos? Find all of the information on the ferry to Kos with Dodecanese Islands ferry booking system by NetFerry. Our website provides you with all the info you need, including the routes, timetables, prices travel times for the ferry crossings to Kos.
Kos is reachable from Agios Kirikos/Ikaria, Fourni, Pythagorio/Samos and Vathi/Samos (Aegean Islands) and Katapola/Amorgos, Naxos, Paros, Syros and Thira/Santorini (Cyclades Islands) and Agathonisi, Arkyi, Astypalea, Chalki, Kalymnos, Karpathos, Kastelorizo, Leros, Lipsi, Nisyros, Patmos, Rhodes, Symi and Tilos (Dodecanese Islands) and Piraeus (Greece) and Bodrum and Turgutreis (Turkey). The lines to Kos are provided by our partners A.n.e.kalymnoy, Blue Star Ferries, Dodecanese Flying Dolphins, Dodekanisos Seaways and Exas Shipping Service who have more than 196 sailings per week with all day departures and crossing times shorter than 12 hr 45 min. You can reach your destination more quickly as a foot passenger by taking a hydrofoil. Ferries take longer, but are able to carry cars, motorbikes and campers.
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Guide of KOS
The island of Kos is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece. It is located very close to Turkey and the island is very fertile and has been intensely cultivated despite being crossed by mountain ranges, Mount Dikeo reaches up to 846 meters! The island is the second largest of the Dodecanese and like Rhodes, enjoys a wonderful climate surrounded by beautiful water. Places to visit Because of its position and its proximity to Turkey, Kos suffered multiple invasions beginning with the Caras and Dori as early as the 11th century BC. The island became famous during antiquity for its... [More information]
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