Tour Code : EN-020

Ephesus Biblical Tour Private - 1 Day

Private Ephesus Biblical Tour

Day         : All year 
Duration : 6 - 7 Hours



Your guide will meet you in Kusadasi Port or at your hotel or Selcuk, then lead your excursion to visit the first place of Virgin Mary House ( today converted to a small chapel ) in Bulbul Mountain as one of the important pilgrimage centres for all Christians. The total number of visits is around 50 minutes, but people who want to spend more time in this peaceful atmosphere may stay longer on request. 

St.Mary, entrusted by Christ himself at the crucifixion to Apostle St. John, travelled a long way to reach the frontiers of ancient Ephesus and chose this hill to attend the rest of their life.  Here, Catholics need to be blessed and stated as a pilgrimage zone, not only Pope Paul VI. but also Pope John Paul II. and Pope Benedict XVl. at different times. People are still joining the ceremonies held each Sunday.

Later on, we pass from the generous forest of this beautiful road, arriving at the upper gate of Ephesus to start our long run to observe the glamour ruins of Ancient Ephesus: the Celsus Library, Anthic Theater with a capacity of 25.000, Odeon, Harbor Street (Arcadians Street), the Marble & Curetes Streets, Hercules Gate, Medical Center, Temple of Hadrian, Domitian and more, the Prytaneion, various Monumental Fountains, State Agora and so on.

The Ephesus Church in Revelation is the most important of the Seven Churches in Asia Minor (Anatolia) and became the head of the seven. The Loveless Church (Revelation 2: 1-7), the Gospel of John was thought to be written in Ephesus. Apostle Paul preached to the Ephesians and lived in Ephesians for three years to be accepted as the developer of Christianity in Ephesus, which was concluded to be the third most important city of Christianity after Jerusalem and Antioch.  

We have a lunch break in a local restaurant and visit the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the Ancient World. Finally, we go to St. John's Basilica, built by the Byzantine Emperor Justinianus at Ayasuluk Hill, and the official tour program will end by praying at St. John's tomb in the middle of the basilica.
End of all visits, people who like shopping may have small stops at the carpet weaving centre, leather outlet centre, or ceramic craft shop. Shopping is optional.
The excursion will be completed with our guests' dropping off at their destinations. Kusadasi Port or Hotel.

Ephesus Biblical Tour Price

Kusadasi Port or Hotel /  Selcuk

1 - 2 People

260 USD

3 - 5 People

280 USD

6 - 12 People

390 USD

Note !!
Except for the English guide, the other languages guide price supplement per day is 80 USD ( Such as Spain, İtaly, Russian, Portugal )
Entrance fees are not included in the price because guests have different visit preferences depending on Cruise timing

- Mercedes VITO VAN  ( 5 Seats )
- Mercedes Sprinter Minibus ( 14 Sats )

Prices include
- Private round-trip transfer. A.C. Non-Smoking vehicle  ( Mercedes Vito Van -  Mercedes Sprinter) or similar          
- Professional Tour Guide to the English Language
- Parking  fees
- VAT and Tax.

Prices exclude 
- Personal Expenses
- Entrance Fees
- Lunch – Beverages
- Gratuities
- Health Insurance

Official Entrance Fee  From 01.03.2024

Per Person


40  EURO

The House of Virgin Mary   

12 EURO 

St. John Church            


Terrace House   


Booking Policy: Passengers' Names and Passport numbers are required to enter your reservation into the system. Passport copies may also be available.



People Per person in
Single Room Extra Bed Children Fee
People Per person in
Single Room Extra Bed Children Fee
Price includes

Entrance Fees, as in per itinerary.

Proficient, Professional Tour Guide.

A.C. & non-smoking vehicle with experienced driver.

All parking, highway.

Price Excludes

Personal expenses.

Beverages and Lunch

Optional additional tours.



Temple of Artemis
House of Virgin Mary
Isabey Mosque
Basilica of St. John
Seven Sleepers
Magnesia Gate
Terrace House
Vedius Gymnasium
East Gymnasium
Bath of Varius Ephesus
State Agora
Temple of Isıs
Odeon Concert Hall
Dominitian Square
Temple of Dominitian
Hercules Gate
Fountain of Pollio
Memmius Monument
Hercules Gate
Curetes Street
Fountain of Trajan
Scholastica Basilica
Temple of Hadrian
Roman Latrines
Hadrian’s Gate
Celsus Library
Gate of Mazeus
Temple of Serapis
Commercial Agora
Marble Road
Ephesus Theater
Theatre Gymnasium
Arcadian Street
Harbour Baths
Harbour Gymnasium
The Double Church
Ephesus Stadium

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Ephesus Biblical Tour Private - 1 Day
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Kuşadası, Aydın, Türkiye
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Ephesus Bible Pilgrimage Tour

 Ephesus Bible Pilgrimage Tour is an excellent Christian tour program that almost all Christian tourists prefer. The ancient city of Ephesus is referred to in the Bible, and Saint Paul visited Ephesus during his missionary journey to Asia Minor and Greece. 
Acts (18: 19 - 21); St. Paul came to Ephesus on his second missionary journey. Acts (18: 8); He gave Christian education to 12 selected students in a synagogue. St. John (apostle and tutelar of the Virgin Mary) built his church (afterwards developed as a basilica) in Ephesus. He was admitted as the head of seven churches in Asia Minor. 

Private Ephesus Biblical tour prices are affordable for Kusadasi Port Cruise passengers.

Ephesus also played an essential role in expanding Christianity and was often referred to in the New Testament. Saint Paul also had a crucial role in raising Christianity in Asia Minor and Greece.

St. John lived in Ephesus and was buried in the middle of the Basilica dedicated to his name on Selcuk Ayasuluk hill (a pre-historic location of Ephesus known as Arsawa). Hence, St. John Basilica and the House of the Virgin Mary are situated in a peaceful forest area on Bulbul Hill, 5 km. Away from the ancient city of Ephesus, both are important pilgrimage centres for Christians.
Religious Ephesus tour will be the best choice for Christian Tourists who visit Kusadasi or around.

  • Tour Code : EN-020
  • Duration : 1 Day
  • Start : Kuşadası, Aydın, Türkiye
  • End : Kuşadasi - Turkey
  • Tour Season : All year round
  • Transfer : Vehicle
  • Distance : 70 Km
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