Best Choice Boat in Turkey + Yacht Charter Trip Arriving in Turkey is like returning home. The reception is always warm and the face is smiling. You will feel this as much as you can when you board a Turkish gulet for a Blue Cruise cruise. . . . simultaneous encounter with indescribable beauty, not only in the colors of the water, or in the way the sun works when making fun of the various hues from the pine forest, but in the distant portraits of ancient castles, the smiling faces of a group member and the world . And if you have to choose to extend your vacation to the Gulet Charter Turkey, walk along the Turkish Aegean and Mediterranean coast, or the Greek islands - then be aware that from here on, every other holiday or holiday you do will be worth this! Imagine being able to turn off your cell phone, slide your watch, and discard your everyday clothes in shorts, bathing suits, and sarongs. This is a kind of "barefoot" holiday, where times and movements reflect your needs, and your privacy and comfort are put before everything else. This is a truly unique holiday within a single Turkish handmade ship, where the only concern is that you have taken enough time to truly relax and enjoy some of the most wonderful pleasures in life. Being at sea in Turkey is one of the best ways to reward yourself, at the same time gaining the real experience as it can only be provided by Turkey.
Gulet Charter Croatia has a wide selection of luxury, but affordable cruises and more than 20 years of experience in building the perfect cruise for any occasion. If you have never sailed before, now is a good time to find one of the most relaxing ways to walk behind the small coves, small harbors and uninhabited harbors forming the south-west corner of Turkey. It is an opportunity to experience a different way of life, in which time seems to pass slowly and locals preserve the traditions passed on by the hooves. This is an opportunity to explore the coastal villages off the road or to climb monasteries to islands near the Greek islands, discover ancient ruins accessible only by sea, or by snorkel over the remains of a Byzantine village. This is an attractive world cornerstone with many temptations for travelers back and forth. There has never been a “one-size-fits-all” trip, when you choose your team to go with and when Gulet.com.au works closely with you to customize it. Lycian Adventure Journey along the southwest coast of Turkey Day 1 Gocek and Tomb Bay Enter the beautiful port of Gocek, just 20 minutes from Dalaman International Airport. Sail via Tomb Bay on the west side of the Gulf of Fethiye. This is a beautiful harbor with wooden slopes and numerous stone tombs, carved out of rock by the people of ancient Lycia. Exploring the tombs involves a small climb but this is a good opportunity to take a closer look
at the ancient remains of the temple with gates and a variety of pigeon holes. Take a great view across the harbor and head to the other side of the harbor. For the real hunters, there is an ancient Cyra acropolis just up the hill. Overnight in Tomb Bay. Day 2 is Skopea Harbor and Manastir Bay After a leisurely breakfast and breakfast, enjoy a series of short hops of "Skopea Harbor", the most picturesque part of the gap, stop to discover other Byzantine ruins on your way to the evening port, "Manastir" (Monastery) Bay. Swim, swim in a boating boat or walk on the beach among the olive trees. There are also underwater ruins of the palace that you can explore and this is best done with a snorkel and wings or by taking the tender shore. Tonight, eat at the beach for a typical Turkish currency. Day 3 Turunc Pinari (Turunc broadcast) Drive across the gap and anchor in a beautiful harbor called “Turunc Stream”, which is lined with a beautiful pine forest. Here, you can take the tender to the wooden harbor and surround yourself with a small garden paradise made by the local restaurant Osman and his wife, Tulay - both very friendly people. Snorkel, swim, or take a quiet nap on the deck. This is a real paradise. The beauty of the rocks above is highlighted as the setting sun touches them with a golden glow. Day of the 4th Gemiler Island
A boat around the entrance to the Gulf of Fethiye and drop anchor on the island of Gemiler. Grab a mask and wings to gaze at Gemiler's dazzling treasures: an ancient quay and other quayside shops - just under the water. In the afternoon, head out on the beach and visit the ruins of what used to be a large Byzantine settlement: among the many ruins, there are three churches, one of which has a lower floor. Also interesting is the eagerly closed road that runs along the side of the mountain and in the harbor. It is an attractive site and the view of the sun from the top of the island is very impressive. Head to Cold Water Bay where a nice little trail takes you to a beautiful spot next to a small restaurant that supports visiting boats. 5th day in Kalkan Wake up to the beautiful "Butterfly Valley". If you have time to walk along the beach, this is a great place to take in the many natural scenery. It is a long way to the Kalkan with many heads. . . a great opportunity to enjoy reading your book and relaxing on the deck. If you are on the shores of the Kalkan harbor, take a trip to the coast to get a better view of the beauty of this beautiful mountain town. The rugged Kalkan streets are lined with whitewashed houses, some of which are almost obscured by the colorful bougainvillea. These Greek-like houses are a reminder that the Kalkans were formerly inhabited by Greeks and Turks. This evening’s dinner can be taken from one of the many fine finesse