Tour operators will transport tourists to Greece without connecting flights
Ambotis Holidays now offers tours to the Greek islands of Rhodes and Kos with ferry transportation from Turkey.
Other tour operators are looking for alternatives to direct flights to Greece. Nowadays, Pegas Touristik will deliver tourists to Crete via Antalya, and Pac Group has arranged tours to Thessaloniki and Rhodes on Aegean Airlines with a change in Yerevan.
The tour operator Ambotis Holidays has proposed a new logistics scheme. The leading player on the Greek destination will send tourists to Rhodes and Kos from the Aegean coast of Turkey by ferry.
Tourists from Russia arrive in Bodrum or Dalaman, where they are transferred to the seaport (Bodrum, Fethiye, Marmaris), from which they go by ferry to Greece - from Bodrum to Kos, and from Fethiye and Marmaris to Rhodes. The ferry journey will take from 20-25 minutes to 1 hour 40 minutes depending on the direction.
Ambotis Holidays recommends tourists first of all to choose the combination of Bodrum + Kos. Firstly, there is a comfortable transfer from the airport to the seaport (about an hour), and secondly, the ferry from Turkish Bodrum to the Greek island of Kos takes only 20-25 minutes.
As part of a package tour to Greece, the tour operator Ambotis Holidays will help tourists to book an air flight and ferry tickets, provide transfers in Turkey and Greece, and also issue a Greek Schengen visa in 5-7 days.
Also, a combined tour Turkey + Greece is also being developed, and will soon be on sale.