I have for a long time been toying with the idea of an overland trip back to UK via up the eastern shores of the Med, Aegean and the Adriatic, starting with a ferry from Famagusta to Turkey.
This is the route often used by truckers from UK to Cyprus before the invasion.
I know that the TRNC port(s) are not recognised by the Republic, but as the car will stay in UK at the end of the trip it should not really concern them.
Cyprus has no regular passenger ro-ro connection with Greece and in my opinion will never forseeably create a connection to mainland Turkey in my lifetime.
Has any reader recently driven the route or parts of it through Turkey, Greece, Albania, Bosnia croatia and N Italy. The alternative would be to cross from Greece or Albania to Southern Italy and motor north into France.
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