• Adults:£32
  • Children (7-12):£16
  • Infants (0-6):£0

Note: For Availability, Check The Calendar

Tour Days: Wednesday and Saturday

Transfer Times:

Turgutreis: Apx. 05:45

Yalıkavak: Apx. 05:45

Gündoğan: Apx. 06:00

Bitez, Gümbet, Bodrum City Center: Apx. 06:30

Tour End Time: 19:30

07:00: Departure from Bodrum
08:20: Breakfast at Canlı Balık Restaurant by the Lake.(30 min.)
(served on an open buffet-Not included)

09:00: Departure from the restaurant to Selçuk(On the way to the ancient city of Ephesus,a general information about the country and the city is given)

10:45: Arrival to Selçuk (Ephesus) and visit to Gold Outlet. Getting the tips of the jewelery art. See the best of the jewelery

13:45: Lunch at the nearby town Selçuk(Included)(Traditional Turkish dishes,served on open buffet) After visiting Ephesus.

14:30:Optional visit to Virgin Mary House.

16:00:Departure for Bodrum.

17:30: Refreshment break for 15 minutes in at Bafa Lake.

19:30: Arrival back in Bodrum.


2 way transfer

Entrance fees

English speaking professional guide




Entrance to The House of Virgin Mary

Personal expenses

0-6 years not gauranteed own seat on the coach

  • We kindly request our guests to be ready by the hotel’s reception 10 minutes before departure time.
  • Pick-up transfers may last from 20 minutes to 30 minutes due to heavy traffic.
  • Tour programs and prices may change without prior notice. Any increase in museum entrance fees will be reflected in the prices.
PAYMENT METHOD: Pay as cash in any currency or call/email us to pay by credit cardUNESCO Heritage site, Ephesus once boasted a population of 250,000. Silt eventually cut the thriving port off from the sea, and over time Ephesus and its wonders were buried. Late 19th-century archaeologists made digging attempts finally leading to an ongoing excavation of Ephesus. Ephesus now receives over three million visitors a year from early April to late October. Tourists may take the Bodrum Ephesus tour. Situated in Southwestern Turkey’s Aegean region, the port town of Bodrum thrives on tourism and has beaches, shopping places, and its own castle.The journey from Bodrum to Ephesus lasts about three hours by a charter bus and may include guided tours of Christian Heritage sites like the Basilica of St. John and the purported Last Home of the Virgin Mary, a Vatican-recognized pilgrimage site. Traditionally prayers are written on napkins an tied to a fence that surrounds the Virgin Mary’s Last Home.The Ephesus tour from Bodrum transports guests to a city once liberated by Alexander the Great. Highlights include the Celsius Library ruins, the Temple of Artemis, large public bathhouses, and a brothel. One of Ephesus’ great treasures, a 25,000 capacity stadium known for its excellent acoustics, is possibly the largest ancient stadium ever built.

Admission tickets for the Bodrum Ephesus Excursion include a paid lunch, transportation to and from the sites, a guided tour, insurance, and the entry fee to Ephesus. Pack sunblock, hats, lots of bottled water, and sunglasses. Ephesus is a large site, so you need to be able to walk at least one km as well.

When planning a trip to Turkey or Mediterranean cruise, do look for the Ephesus tour. The Artemis Temple alone is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. So few sites of this spectacular quality exist; do not miss out on the opportunity to walk among these gorgeous ruins.

Details of Bodrum Ephesus Tour


  • Guide
  • Transfer (Any location in Bodrum)
  • Entry fee
  • Lunch


  • Entrance to The House of Virgin Mary


Take camera

Travel time approximately 3 hours each way, stopping once for breakfast and once each way at a leather or gold factory.


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