Turkish Gulet Cruise: Best routes to book

Gulet Cruises allow you to live amazing experiences some of the highlights and natural beauty in Turkey. Southern coast not to be missed. There are literally hundreds of classic and modern sailing yachts based in the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. Furthermore; many cruises either depart or arrive in the major harbor towns of Fethiye, Marmaris, or Bodrum. Each port has their own unique beauty and can be explored either before or after the following routes.

Olympos – Fethiye

The route of Olympos to Fethiye is one of the most popular blue cruise routes includes Demre, St Nicholas Island, the Sunken City of Kekova, Simena Castle, Kas, Butterfly Valley, and Oludeniz Blue Lagoon. Approximately 7,000 residents and is the perfect place to explore shops and restaurants along cobblestone streets and a enjoy spectacular sunset over the Mediterranean. There are quite clear and turquoise see in both areas. There this route offers you unforgettable and relaxing moments.

Marmaris – Fethiye

Blue Cruise in Fethiye a city that connects Mediterranean and Aegean waters is an unforgettable experience for every holidaymaker and it is a fabulous way to see endless and serenity. This route includes Marmaris and Fethiye, along with a number of serene seaside getaways that make this option diverse and full of impressive scenery. Destinations are Dalyan beaches, the Yassica Islands, Tersane Island, and Ekincik. Dalyan is also known which protects caretta carettas and long sandy beaches.There are graves in Dalyan and this gives a chance to see historical sights. In the Yassica Island rmain free from shops and facilities it is a enjoyable to swim from island to island.

Bodrum – North or South Greek Islands

Bodrum also serves as a launching point to the nearby Greek islands.Enjoy the beauty of both Greece and Turkey with this scenic option. Island visits on these routes include Kos, Rhodes, Symi, Pserimos, Xerakampos, Leros, and many others, all while stopping to swim, eat, and relax in many of the beautiful bays in between. This town of Turkey has been famous for being the chosen destination by the Turkish celebrities.In the summer months there is almost no moisture. Humidity is very low in winter. Summer is hot and dry, winter is quite warm.

Bodrum- Gokova- Bodrum

Beginning and ending in the culturally and historically rich port city of Bodrum, this route travels east along the coastline, making stops at Orak Island, Cleopatra beach, Seven Islands, Tuzla Bay, and Karacasogut Village. Cleopatra beach with its crystal clear waters, perfect for an afternoon of swimming. Sailing through the Seven Islands is a unique experience and an exceptional place to spend the night.

Fethiye – 12 Islands

This route includes Butterfly Valley, St Nicholas Island, Bedri Rahmi Bay, Cleopatra’s Bay, the Yassica Island, and Tersane Island. Fethiye offers both relaxing and enjoyable activities.