A Day Trip to Meis ( Kastellorizo ) Island from Kas by Ferry
  • The Greek Island of Meis / Kastellorizo

A Day Trip to Meis ( Kastellorizo ) Island from Kas

Kas – Meis ( Kastellorizo ) Ferry Ticket online

Going by ferry means your trip to the Meis ( Kastellorizo ) Islands will start on board, and you can go on foot around island.

Things to see: Museum Mosque, The Castle of the Knights of St. Jean, Lycian Tomb, Museum of Archaelogy, Blue Cave, St.Constantine & The Church of Elena, St.George – St.Haralampos Catacombes

  • Includes

    Return Ticket

  • What to bring

    Sunglasses, Sun hat, Sunscreen, Swimwear, Towel

  • COVID-19 precautions

    Special health and safety measures apply.

A Day Trip to Meis ( Kastellorizo ) Islands

Discover the beauty of the Greek Islands with a day trip to Meis ( Kastellorizo ). Just hop on our ferry service from Kas for an unforgettable day out, exploring the history and heritage of this unique destination. Situated off the Dodecanese coast of Greece, Meis ( Kastellorizo ) boasts a fantastic range of attractions.

Enjoy tax-free shopping, museums, castles, fine dining restaurants, Aya Georgio Beach (link to beach by boat) and Blue Cave (link to beach by speed boat), as you make your way around the island.

Spend a leisurely day seeing the sights and soaking up the slow-paced way of life before returning to the ship, where you’ll even find genuine (link to duty free) duty free savings on all your favorite brands of wine, beer, spirits, beauty products, fragrances, gadgets and gifts.

You’ll have up to 5 hours ashore to relax and unwind. Sailings depart everyday, leaving Kas between 08:45 am and 09:00 am and arriving in Meis ( Kastellorizo ) Port around 09:20 am. The five hour return leaves in the early evening at 16:00 am, allowing you up to five hours to sample ashore.

Do you know?

Meis Island also know as “Megisti” just 3 miles of the Turkish coast has been under the domination of the Romans, Byzantines, the St. Jean Knights, Egyptians, Ottomans, Venetians, French, Italians and British.

It’s one of the Dodecanese Islands as part of Greece today with a population of 425 whose living depends on tourism, fisheries and sheep and goat farming. There are about 20 churches of various sizes and an Ottoman mosque currently used as a museum.

The St. George Monastery at the top of the island and the Castle of St. Jean Knights are among the sites worthwhile to be visited.

Declared a protected world heritage by UNESCO, Meis and Kaş are Sister Cities.

There are various alternatives for those who want to spend time on the island where there they can taste offerings of the Greek cuisine and have fun at it’s taverns.

Prices starting from 40 

Adult (Age 12-99)
Children (Age 5-11)


  • Round trip


  • Additional food and drinks
  • Archaeological site entrance fee
  • Blue Cave by speed boat (10 euro)
  • Aya Georgia Beach by boat (5 euro)

Map of Kas to Kastelorizo Ferry Route