During the summer season, Bodrum Express Lines ru to the Greek islands until the end of September:
Kos Island (Every day)
Kos is the third largest island of the Dodecanese and is located in the southeastern Aegean Sea, south of Kalymnos and north of Nisyros, and just 3 nautical miles from the coasts of Asia Minor. Island stuated 11 miles south of Bodrum. Ideal for a day excursions. Island offers sandy beaches, historic sights facilities and many friendly restaurants.
Rhodes Island (Friday-Sunday)
It is one of the largest and most beautiful Greek islands. Landscape mainly comprises of hills and low mountains, which in their majority are covered with forests. It’s climate is subtropical and healthy. Refreshing westerly winds moderate the summer heat, while the winter is nearly always mild, with long periods of sunshine.
Symi Island (Thursday-Saturday)
Symi, sometimes spelt Simi, is one of the smaller holiday islands in the Dodecanese group just 9km off the Turkish coast north of Rhodes. It is a popular destination for day trippers and there are regular daily excursions from the Rhodes port of Mandraki.
Leros Island (Monday)
Many tourists visit Leros to admire its inherent welcoming and relaxed atmosphere; locals are very friendly and happy to introduce features of their way of life to foreigners. And the first settlements appeared there in the prehistoric era, so its history and attractions are unique.
Patmos Island (Wednesday)
Patmos is world famous as the island where Saint John inspired and wrote the Apocalypse, this mysterious book of Christianity. The Monastery of Saint John and the Cave of Apocalypse are the most important sights of Patmos.