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The ferry route between Rhodes and Marmaris is covered by the sailing company Sea Dreams with a schedule of 13 weekly connections with morning and evening departures and maximum duration of 1 hour. This route is served by ferries allowing cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks. On board services offered by all sailing companies ensure comfort during your crossing.
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RHODES MARMARIS offers
Children under 5 travel free
Children between the ages of 0 and 5 travel free, but will not be allocated seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 10
Receive a discount of 50% on tickets for children between the ages of 5 to 10, including fees.
Port of RHODES
The port of Rhodes is located to the north of the island and provides connections to the Dodecanese islands, the Cyclades islands, Crete and Piraeus. Mandraki port, is an ancient place of irresistible charm and is where the colossus of Rhodes stood whilst boats arrived 2500 years ago. There are many services in the surrounding area such as restaurants and taverns and the port provides connections to nearby islands. A little further south is the commercial port, called Emborio. The central port serves national and international boats and is located in the city center. At the exit of the port th... [More information]
Address: Akti Sachtouri, Rodos 851 00, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Rhodes, port
Guide of MARMARIS
Marmaris in Turkey is on the southwest coast between the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. This location has made it hive of activity in the past, hosting various civilizations and populations. Places to visit In ancient times Physkos was an important port city that was ruled by both the Roman and Byzantium Empires, it then ended up under the Ottoman Empire under Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent. This city is set amongst a number of bays along the coast that act as a natural harbour, as a starting point for visits to the ancient cities nearby. In the city centre you can visit the Fortress,... [More information]
13 weekly sailings - Duration: 1 hour
Ships: AEGEAN CAT , KING SARON