The Coasts of Turkey Best place to be on a Gulet

The best way to visit the central southern coast is sailing via a Gulets, making your holiday more relaxing and comfortable. This coast is a paradise of amazing beauty of bays, for safe anchorages, calm seas and turquoise waters surrounded by lush greenery and many archaeological sites of great historical importance. There are also characteristic places such as Marmaris, Fethiye and Bodrum, the most famous and trendy one, well-known for its many restaurants, bars, shopping and its special attractions for entertainment, as the new modern marina in Yalikavak. Examples of our Gulets

The area of the southern coast of Turkey is definitely one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean. The crew, discreet and professional, whose aim is keeping your privacy and comfort at its best, will make your holiday truly unique. With a huge knowledge of the coast, we suggest that the best navigation area is from Bodrum up to Kekova. From Bodrum, one of the most popular route is Gokova Gulf, because of its extraordinary beauty with breathtaking bays and panoramic views, making it one of the most famous place in Turkey. The Gulf of Hisaronu is famous for its beautiful turquoise sea and the charming scenery of the ancient site of the city of Knidos in Datca Peninsula. Further south, after stopping in the captivating town of Marmaris, worth a trip by land to the Roman ruins of Caunos and the Lycian tombs carved into the rock in Dalyan. After site seeing in Dalyan, you can cruise to Gulf of Fethiye which is full of small bays and islets, with the most famous beach in the whole Turkey, Olu Deniz. Gocek is a small village, now famous for its modern marina as a meeting place of the most luxurious yachts in the Mediterranean. Other sites of great historical significance are Patara, Xanthos and Letoon, all reachable from the harbour of Kalkan with private minibus organized by your Captain. For archeology enthusiasts, it is also possible to visit Myra, Demre, Olympos and Phaselis. The beautiful sea in this area will give you the chance to swim in the crystal clear waters of the Lycian tombs submerged in the Gulf of Kekova.