Take the ferry from Kos to Leros, arrive in a mythical Greek island located in the southern Aegean Sea, one of the most beautiful places of the Dodecanese group!
Kos in Greece is the second most popular island in the Dodecanese after Rhodes. It is touristically developed and its facilities are quite busy during the summer season. Famous for its beaches, the island offers many historical attractions that are a result of the various cultures that have influenced it over the years. Kos is also a great destination for cycling enthusiasts!
Kos, home of Hippocrates, the father of medicine, gives the impression of an open-air museum, where you will see ancient and medieval monuments, as well as numerous archaeological sites, and you will spot buildings dating back to the Italian occupation.
It's a destination for all ages and tastes, but especially if you love nature activities!
Leros has natural harbors, bays and coves protected from the winds, beautiful sandy or pebble beaches - small and large - ideal for swimming or water sports and picturesque towns. Some of them stand out among the other Aegean island villages because of their urban planning and architecture. Lakki has the deepest natural harbor in the entire Mediterranean basin! In Agia Marina, Lepida, Lakki and other villages you will see beautiful neoclassical houses built by wealthy citizens as their residences, which were later used as administrative buildings.
Depart for the beautiful dodecanese island and book your tickets in advance as this destination is in high demand especially during the summer months!
Kos to Leros ferry duration
The ferry duration from Kos (all ports) to Leros (all ports) is between 1h 35m - 2h 50m, depending on the ferry company and the type of vessel you travel with.
Kos to Leros ferry schedule
You can get a ferry from Kos (all ports) to Leros (all ports) all year round. On this route, you can find both direct trips and those with stops at other islands. From June to September there are usually more than 3 companies departing from the port of Kos (all ports). However, during the winter months, there are usually fewer.
Ferry distance from Kos to Leros
The ferry distance from the port of Kos (all ports) is approx. 41.47 kilometers (25.77 miles) away from Leros (all ports).
Helpful tips for your ferry trip from Kos to Leros
- The port of Kos can get quite busy in the summer, so we recommend that you arrive at least 1 hr before departure
- The island of Kos is a very popular destination for summer vacation, so book your tickets in advance through our website and enjoy your ferry trip
- Visit our booking engine in order to find the timetable & the prices for your ferry trip from Kos to Leros
- You can discover island-hopping options from Leros to nearby islands, such as Lipsi, Samos, Kos, Rhodes, Symi and Nisyros are all accessible for day trips