Göcek Blue Cruise

Göcek, unlike other known holiday resorts, is a calm and peaceful holiday resort with its preserved nature, small, quiet and calm life. Following a welcome cocktail during which you will meet the captain and crew of the boat, you can prepare to sail the Göcek blue cruise routes from this small and lovely place where blue cruise boats love to stop with its clean bays, ancient ruins, hills covered with pine trees and four marinas.


RECOMMENDED BLUE VOYAGE ITINERARIES FROM GOCEK

1) GÖCEK - FETHİYE - ÖLÜDENİZ - GÖCEK / 7 NIGHTS

Göcek

Göcek is a blue dreamland that is a favourite among those who seek a peaceful and quiet blue cruise, with its magnificent coves where the spirit of history will accompany you in the ancient ruins and where all the treasures of nature will be generously revealed to you.

Kızıl Ada (Red Island) - Fethiye

A lighthouse on the southern tip and a diving spot where you will have enjoyable moments on the south of this island are the points of interest on Kızıl Ada (Red Island), so called because the rays of the sun at sunset colour the stones dark red.

Welcome to Fethiye, which is a fantastic corner of paradise where blue cruise adventurers can explore nature in the natural harbour city of the western Mediterranean, the ruins remaining from the Lycian towns, Ölüdeniz, world-famous for its turquoise colour at sunset that you cannot see anywhere else, and the amazing beaches!

Butterfly Valley - Ölüdeniz - Gemiler Island

You can enjoy experiences that you have never had before in Butterfly Valley's cliffs, which you can climb for the spectacular view created by thousands of tiny butterflies that surround the rocks and trees. Enjoy sharing your blue cruise dream with butterflies in this place that is world-famous for its great natural beauty.

You can abandon yourself to nature while parasailing and enjoy your holiday to the full in great touristic facilities in Ölüdeniz, where blue and green turns into a perfect turquoise at sunset and which is deemed by the entire world as God's gift to us with the green forest along the coastline and the sea which embodies every tone of blue.

You can have the privilege of seeing the church, built inside a rock at the top of the island, the Christian tombs and 40 religious buildings, and swim in the crescent-shaped bay on Gemiler Island, where Byzantine ruins can be seen through the sea.

Kocabük - Göbün Bay

Göbün Bay, which is reached after Kocabük Bay, where blue cruise travellers enjoy swimming in the clear sea, will greet you with its narrow entrance covered with olive and pine trees. The spectacular scenery in Göbün Bay will deeply affect you, and you will also have the opportunity of seeing the rock-cut tombs and ancient ruins!

Hamam Bay - Sarsala Bay

Hamam Bay with a historical value for the bath built by Cleopatra offers a unique scenery due to its tectonic coastal formation.

The long pebble beach of Hamam Bay is one of the stopovers where blue cruise lovers spend an enjoyable day.

 

Domuz Adası (Pig Island) – Tersane Adası (Shipyard Island)

You will have the opportunity of seeing the underwater ruins in Domuz Adası (Pig Island), named after the wild boars living on the island.

Tersane Adası (Shipyard Island), which is the largest island of the gulf of Fethiye, has the blue which will allow you to enjoy the sea at the highest level with its sheltered coves.

Bedri Rahmi Bay - Yassıca Island – Göcek Island

Bedri Rahmi Bay is a spectacular natural beauty with its oleander flowers and small beaches with turquoise waters where the fish painted on a rock by Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu, a poet and painter, will welcome you!

The place where you can spend a full day with the spectacular sunset scenery and water sports activities in shallow waters is Yassıca Island.

Göcek Island

With its still waters, quiet coves and sheltered harbour, Göcek Island is an ideal place for those seeking peace.

Göcek

Welcome back to Göcek, where you can have rest peacefully, hoping to be together again in another blue cruise adventure!


2) GÖCEK – MARMARİS – GÖCEK / 7 NIGHTS

Göcek – Kocabük

Following a welcome cocktail during which you will meet the captain and crew of the boat upon boarding the boat that will carry you to your blue dreams in Göcek, you can start sailing to Kocabük, where you will enjoy swimming to the full.

Kumlubük - Cennet Island - Marmaris

You can feel yourself like a hero from a fairy tale by visiting the Acropolis, the altar of Dionysus and the temple in Kumlubük, where you can see the ruins of the ancient city of Amos. You can eat delicious foods selected from menus with various appetizers and grilled dishes in restaurants combined with cushioned cabins on the bay and spend enjoyable moments diving into crystal clear waters.

You can reach Yalancı Strait on a hike accompanied by a fascinating view of lush green trees on Cennet Island, which is covered with forests, and enjoy swimming in the pristine waters.

There are many bays on the long coastline of Marmaris, where you can see every tone of green and blue and one of the favourite tourist destinations of the Mediterranean. What makes Marmaris an irresistable blue stopover for blue cruise boats are its ancient cities, natural beauties, nature, the climate suitable for tourism in all seasons, and the unique landscape created by sweetgum vegetation found nowhere else in the world.

Ekincik Gulf - Dalyan

You will feel yourself in a postcard in the gulf of Ekincik with a quiet, calm beach and unspoilt natural beauty.

Dalyan is a peaceful blue where you can do water sports, such as banana boat or water skiing, on its coastline and where you can recover your health in the thermal springs dating back to the Roman period.

Gökgemile Bay - Göbün Bay

You can get away from stress and rest in Gökgemile Bay, which is a quiet wonder of nature covered with trees.

Göbün Bay with the view of a tropical island, where you can feel the joy of life to the full with the wriggling fish in the water, is another blue beauty.

Hamam Bay - Sarsala Bay

Hamam Bay, where Cleopatra is believed to have swum, is a natural wonder where you will be captivated by the ruins of the bath, adorned with silver-coloured stones.

An untouched bay which is one of the reflections of heaven in this world is Sarsala Bay. Sarsala Bay is said to have the most beautiful beaches of Turkey, let’s see what you think of it...

 Domuz Adası (Pig Island) – Tersane Adası (Shipyard Island)

Domuz Adası (Pig Island), where you will have the opportunity of seeing the underwater ruins, is named after the wild boars living here.

You can enjoy swimming to the full without struggling with the wind on Tersane Adası (Shipyard Island), which is the largest island in the gulf of Fethiye.

Bedri Rahmi Bay - Yassıca Island – Göcek Island

The lily flowers and turquoise waters of Bedri Rahmi Bay, where “Fish Rock”, named after the fish painted by Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu, a poet and painter, will welcome you, invites you to a poetic world.

The place for those who seek a quiet, calm and peaceful blue cruise is Göcek Island.

Göcek

Welcome back to Göcek, where you began your blue cruise dream, with its unspoilt nature and magnificent bays that will stand up to a comparison with many other holiday resorts! Wishing to dive into other blue dreams together again...


3) GÖCEK – FETHİYE – KEKOVA - GÖCEK / 7 NIGHTS

Göcek

Göcek is a blue dreamland that is a favourite among those who seek a peaceful and quiet blue cruise with its clear coves where the spirit of history will accompany you and where you will be fascinated by the beauty of nature with the ancient ruins.

Butterfly Valley - Ölüdeniz - Gemiler Island

With its tiger-striped butterflies only found here, waterfalls, rocky slopes where you can do some really exciting climbing and spectacular scenery, Butterfly Valley is one of the true paradises in this world.

Ölüdeniz, which the world admires for its turquoise waters, has everything you would expect from a holiday resort. The spectacular scenery, sparkling sun, waters that allow you to do water sports, fresh and clean air in which you can try parasailing, ancient ruins... This is Ölüdeniz with everything you would expect from a blue voyage.

With its crescent-shaped bay and Byzantine ruins that you can see through the sea, Gemiler Island is one of the popular places that blue cruise boats stop by.

Kalkan – Kaş

Kalkan, which has traditional white Greek houses with slatted shutters adorned with flowers, a small marina, narrow streets, lovely local people and a spectacular sunset view, is a small haven of peace where you can save the most beautiful memories.

Kaş, a fishing, yachting and tourist resort surrounded by large and steep hills built around the ruins of the ancient Antiphelos, has a rocky coastline providing direct access to the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Kaş, one of the most important cities of Lycia, was an Episcopal centre during the Byzantine period. Kaş is a natural beauty where you will breathe history, peace and the sense of discovering every moment.

Kekova - Üçağız Bay

Kekova, a natural harbour, is an enchanting beauty of nature with its magnificent coves and turquoise sea. The ancient city of Apollonia and Great Simena (Kaleköy) Castle are important centres of attraction for those who want to lose themselves in the vast depths of history.

Another enchanting blue cruise stopover is Üçağız Bay with its deep blue waters and natural beauties where there are three seasons of spring and one season of summer and where the ruins of tombs and towers have survived to the present day.

Demre – Gökkaya

Demre, where you can enjoy greenhouses, sparkling waters and nature with the sweet smell of spring flowers and citrus trees, carries traces of Lycian civilization. Do not forget to visit the Church of St. Nicholas famous for its arched halls and mosaics.

You will have the opportunity to see the Lycian ruins with cisterns, monumental tombs and a church in Gökkaya, which is an ideal stopover for blue cruise boats because it has many accommodation facilities and is protected from the wind.

Kaputaş Beach - Yeşilköy

With its sea in which you will have enjoyable moments with awesome waves and where you can see every tone of blue emerge gradually, Kaputaş Beach is a place where you will experience your most vibrant blue cruise adventures.

The blue cruise stopover where you can meet travellers of other blue cruise boats if you like, and where you can eat delicious foods in small restaurants is Yeşilköy.

Hamam Bay - Bedri Rahmi Bay - Yassıca Island

Hamam Bay with a historical value because of the legend that Cleopatra swam here and built a bath on the coast offers unique scenery due to its tectonic coastal formation.

Bedri Rahmi Bay, where the fish painted on a rock by Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu, a poet and painter, welcomes you, will fascinate you with the fantastic scenery that the oleander flowers and small beaches with turquoise waters create!

It is a privilege to watch the sunset on Yassıca Island, where you can do water sports in its shallow waters.

Göcek 

Wishing to be together again in your next blue cruise dreams...

 

4) GÖCEK - HİSARÖNÜ GULF - BODRUM / 7 NIGHTS

Göcek - Yassıca Island

With its natural beauties under protection, lovely houses, warm local life, magnificent bays and ancient ruins, Göcek is a great holiday resort where those who dream about a blue voyage could realize their dreams.

Following a welcome cocktail during which you will meet the captain and crew of the boat, you can start sailing to Yassıca Island, where you can enjoy water sports in the shallow waters and spend poetic moments accompanied by the spectacular sunset views.

Bedri Rahmi Bay - Hamam Bay

The bay of the ravishing beauty that Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu, a poet and painter, admired and where he painted a fish on a rock, and which has been called Bedri Rahmi Bay since then, is charming with its lily flowers and turquoise waters.

You can be sure that you will spend unforgettable times in Hamam Bay, which is a corner of paradise where you can walk like old-time heroes among the ruins of the bath that was allegedly built by Cleopatra.

Göbün Bay - Tersane Island (Shipyard Island)

You will have the privilege of seeing the rock-cut tombs and ancient ruins in Göbün Bay with its narrow entrance covered with dense olive trees and pine trees!

You can spend times in touch with nature and history while looking at the ruins of about hundred ancient houses on Tersane Island (Shipyard Island), which is the largest island in the gulf of Fethiye with its sheltered coves on the eastern side, known as the Summer Harbour.

Ekincik Gulf - Dalyan

You will personally witness the magnificence of nature in the gulf of Ekincik with its calm and peaceful beach and untouched natural beauty.

Dalyan, which is a peaceful blue where you can do enjoyable water sports and recover your health in its thermal springs dating back to the Roman period, is like a small gift of God to blue cruise travellers.

Bozukkale – Bozburun

Bozukkale, where the ancient castle and towers have survived in a very well-preserved condition to the present day and which was formerly a touring field for British naval ships, is now among the blue beauties that blue cruise explorers admire.

You can stroll among timber-smelling shops and enrich your perspective on life with different experiences in Bozburun, a place world-renowned for building gulet-type boats and yachts.

 Aktur Bay - Datça

Aktur, a place naturally rich in oxygen, will heal you and change your mood as well with its fresh and clean air.

With its unique housing, magnificent coves, warm local life and ancient ruins bearing the traces of a long history, Datça, of which poet Can Yücel loved to say “Let Datça be my place” is happy to welcome you as an unrivalled landscape and living area!

Palamutbükü - Knidos

Palamutbükü, which is the most beautiful beach of the Datça peninsula, is a heavenly place where you will feel at peace with its gardens surrounded by mountains, crystal clear sea and fresh air.

Knidos, famous for its fish, is one of the most important ancient cities of Anatolia. Knidos will take its place among your most beautiful memories with its Byzantine churches, the ancient theatre, the Temple of Aphrodite and the great acropolis.

Bodrum

Bodrum is a world-renowned holiday resort with its foam-like white houses, magnificent bays, ancient historical heritage and fun-filled night life. You can continue your blue voyage, started in Göcek, by diving into new dreams in Bodrum. 


5) GÖCEK - GREEK ISLANDS - GÖCEK / 7 NIGHTS

Göcek - Tersane Island (Shipyard Island)

Göcek, where you can see large and small boats on a walk that you can take around the marina, is the blue cruise lovers’ address for peace with the historical ruins, the feature of being a small and lovely holiday resort, pristine waters, and natural beauties.

Following a welcome cocktail during which you will meet the captain and crew and receive information about the blue cruise on the boat that you boarded in Göcek, you can start sailing to Tersane Island (Shipyard Island), the largest island in the gulf of Fethiye, where you can see the ruins of about one hundred ancient houses that can be seen through the land and the sea.

Ağa Harbour - Ekincik Gulf - Dalyan

Ağa Harbour is a beautiful blue cruise stopover with twin bays suitable for swimming, fishing and hiking.

The gulf of Ekincik has the power to heal you with its natural thermal waters that are beneficial for many diseases and its unspoilt natural landscape.

Small boarding houses, a spectacular view where azure waters come together with the sun, fresh weather… This is Dalyan.

Bozukkale – Bozburun

The castle walls extending in the form of a rectangular design have nine towers in Bozukkale, which was an important ancient city with its history dating back to the 10th century BC. It is said that Karori, the Athenian commander, came here in 395 BC, and that Demetrios, son of Antigonos, chose this port to prepare for the attack on Rhodes before the Cnidus War in 305 BC.

Would you like to become acquainted with the warm local life in Bozburun, which is famous for gulet-type boat building and sponge works?

Symi

Welcome to Symi Island, where you will see no modern structure. Traditional island life is maintained here, and the island has the most beautiful harbour of Greece!

Rhodes

You can swim in waters as blue as crystal and taste delicious foods in Greek restaurants unique to our neighbour Greece in Rhodes, which is also known as “Sun Island” or the “Island of Light” because of the many hours of sunshine every year.

Fethiye

Who does not want to smell history and swim in the crystal blue waters of Fethiye, which was ruled by Lycians, known as the “People of the Land of Light”, and called the “Faraway Land” in ancient times, and which is admired by the entire world?

Hamam Bay - Bedri Rahmi Bay - Yassıca Island

Would you like to see the bath allegedly built by Cleopatra in Hamam Bay, where it is believed that Cleopatra's spirit still roams around, and to abandon yourself to the cool waters of the bay?

The lily flowers and turquoise waters of Bedri Rahmi Bay, where the “Fish Rock”, named after the fish painted by Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu, a poet and painter, will welcome you, will make you feel quite poetic.

If you like to have fun in the sea doing water sports, Yassıca Island will be the blue cruise stopover where you will have your most beautiful memories.

Göcek

Welcome back to the lovely holiday resort where your blue cruise dream began. Your boat with which you will discover other blue dreams and which will accompany you during new adventures will always be waiting for you here!

 

6) GÖCEK - GREEK ISLANDS - BODRUM / 7 NIGHTS

Göcek - Tersane Island (Shipyard Island) - Ağa Harbour

After you meet the captain and crew and receive information about your blue voyage on the boat in Göcek, a lovely and peaceful world-renowned holiday resort and under protection, you can start sailing to the Greek Islands.

There are two bays, known as summer bay and winter bay, on Tersane Island (Shipyard Island), where there are also the remains of a Greek settlement.

There are footpaths where you can take long walks accompanied by a spectacular view in Ağa Harbour with deep and cool waters.

Ekincik Gulf - Dalyan

A red sandy beach, a navy-blue bay, a gulf covered with pine forests… Welcome to the gulf of Ekincik!

You can fall into blue dreams in touch with nature and history in Dalyan, famous for its reeds and rock tombs.

Bozukkale – Bozburun

Bozukkale Bay is an important stopover for blue cruise travellers with its clean beaches, night life and daytime entertainment, and the ruins of the ancient fort and tower.

The place where you will enjoy quiet, calm and pristine blue and spacious atmosphere is Bozburun.

Symi

With its deep blue sea, restaurants and traditional island life unique to Greece, sailing to Symi is an indispensable visit to a neighbour where pastel-coloured houses on the hillsides resemble a movie scenery.

Rhodes:

You can feel yourself like a hero from a fairy tale while walking along the “Road of Knights” on Rhodes Island, where you can feel the sun in all your cells and spend unforgettable times looking at the spectacular view with your camera in your hand. The welcoming attitude of the people of the island is proof of our good neighbourhood.

Tilos – Nisyros

You can smell history when visiting Megalo Chorio, where you can see the wall remnants covering the town square, the necropolis (cemetery), a museum, the monasteries and the ruins of the castle, and swim in azure waters on Tilos, where a quiet, calm, peaceful island life is maintained with a population of 300 people.

Nisyros Island, also known as Incirli Island, has a still active volcano that is the only one of its kind in Greece. The fauna, which is considered unique by experts, is among the special gifts made by God to this island in addition to its volcano and craters, which are visited by tourists from all over the world.

Gyali Island - Kos

With its different geological features Gyali Island, composed of pearl stone and pumice stone, is among the places that blue cruise lovers visit with great interest.

You can visit the ruins of “Asklipios”, the “Knights Castle” and the great Tree of Hippocrates and enjoy swimming in the crystal clear sea on Kos Island, which is the greenest island of Greece.

Bodrum

With its white houses, pristine bays, fun-filled night-life and the ancient ruins of ancient civilizations, Bodrum, the port city of the province of Muğla, is the final blue stopover of your blue cruise adventure.


7) GÖCEK - KEKOVA - OLYMPOS - ANTALYA - GÖCEK / 14 NIGHTS

Göcek

A natural harbour situated at the tip of Fethiye Gulf, lovely and warm local people, preserved natural beauties, ancient ruins, peaceful and quite blue wonders... Yes, you can now start sailing to realize your blue cruise dreams from Göcek following a welcome cocktail during which you will meet the captain and crew of the boat.

Butterfly Valley - Ölüdeniz - Gemiler Island

You can be a witness to how a miraculous beauty has the nature in the Butterfly Valley which is world-wide famous for its spectacular natural beauty where tiger-striped butterflies that you will not see anywhere else in the world fly around the rocks which you will climb up for the spectacular scenery created by thousands of small butterflies surrounding rocks and trees.

You can find peace, entertainment and experience  sky and water sport excitements in Ölüdeniz that the entire world considers it as a gift from God with its lush green forests extending across the shore, waters containing every tone of blue and turquoise view at sunsets that you cannot see anywhere else.

You can see the church, built inside a rock at the top of the island, the Christian tombs and 40 religious buildings and leave yourself to the blue waters of nature by swimming in the crescent-shaped bay of the island full of history in Gemiler Island where the Byzantine ruins can be seen through the sea.

Kaputaş Beach - Yeşilköy

With its sea in which you will have enjoyable moments with awesome waves and where you can see every tone of blue gradually, Kaputaş Beach is a place where you will experience your most exciting blue cruise adventures.

Another stopover where you can eat delicious foods in small restaurants and blue cruise boats anchor is Yeşilköy.

Kekova - Üçağız Bay

You can visit the ancient city of Apollonia and the Great Simena (Kaleköy) Castle and enjoy the sea to the full in pristine turquoise waters in Kekova, a natural harbour.

Another enchanting blue cruise stopover is Üçağız Bay with its deep blue waters and natural beauties where three seasons of spring and one season of summer exist and where the ancient ruins have reached to the present day.

Olympos - Adrasan Bay

With its tree-houses, natural life away from city life, crystal clear waters, face covered with lush green trees, Olympos is a whole different unique tale universe.

With its long beach, calm, clear waters and warm local people who welcome you, Adrasan Bay which is a neighbour to Olympus is a fascinating blue cruise stopover.

Antalya

Antalya, called as the "Turkish Riviera" for its archaeological and natural beauties, is one of the idyllic places where a very long history and spectacular nature comes together. The sea, sand, sun and beaches of this unique city which has been a home to goddesses are of extraordinary beauty, as described in the dreamlands.

Kemer

Facilities where people of all ages will have fun, a crystal clear sea and beaches where you can do water sports and dive await you in Kemer which is the pearl of the Mediterranean with its ancient cities of thousands of years and magnificent sandy beaches extending across 60 km!

Porto Ceneviz (Porto Genoa) - Phaselis

Porto Ceneviz (Porto Genoa) is a magnificent bay where you can watch spectacular star views at night, which has been a haven for Mediterranean pirates in ancient times and where explorer-spirited blue cruise travellers will see interesting sea creatures.

You can both see the ruins that have reached to the present day from the Roman period, dive into clear waters and enjoy swimming in Phaselis, an ancient city with two harbours.

Gökkaya – Demre

You will also have the opportunity of seeing the Lycian ruins with cisterns, monumental tombs and a church in Gökkaya which is an ideal stopover for blue cruise boats with its sheltered structure.

Do not forget to visit the ruins of the Lycian city and St. Nicholas Church in Demre where you will be amazed by the spring flowers and the smell of orange and lemon trees.

Kaş

Kaş which is a fishing, yachting and tourist resort surrounded by steep hills, built around the ruins of the ancient Antiphelos, has a rocky coastline providing free access to the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Kaş, one of the most important cities of Lycia, was an Episcopal Centre during the Byzantine period. History, peace, natural beauty, fun and excitement is in Kaş!

Kalkan

Kalkan which has traditional white Greek houses with slatted shutters adorned with flowers, a small marina, narrow streets with souvenir shops, lovely local people and spectacular sunset view is a small haven where you can find peace.

Fethiye

Welcome to Fethiye which is a natural harbour city of the Western Mediterranean and fantastic dreamland where blue cruise adventurers can explore the nature with the ruins remaining from the Lycian towns, Ölüdeniz, world-wide famous for its turquoise colour at sunset that you cannot see anywhere else and the amazing beaches where you can lie down!

Domuz Adası (Pig Island) – Tersane Adası (Shipyard Island)

Domuz Adası (Pig Island) where you will have the opportunity of seeing the underwater ruins is a natural beauty which is named after wild boars living here.

With two separate harbours known as the summer harbour and winter harbour, Tersane Adası (Shipyard Island) will allow you to spend time in touch with history and nature by being a home to the ancient ruins of about hundred houses.

Zeytin Island – Yassıca Island

Zeytin Island is a lovely island covered with olive oil trees where an Ottoman olive oil facility is located in.

You can enjoy doing water sports in the shallow waters of Yassıca Island which is one of the places where the sunset view can be watched the best.

Göcek

We are now back to Göcek, the address of peace, where your 14-day blue voyage has started. Wishing to be together again in whole new blue adventures...


8) GÖCEK - BODRUM – GÖCEK / 14 NIGHTS

Göcek

You can embark on your blue cruise leaving from Göcek, a peaceful holiday resort with its protected marvellous nature, pristine blue waters, warm local people and ancient ruins, following a welcome cocktail during which you will meet the captain and crew of the boat.

Tersane Island (Shipyard Island) - Ağa Harbour

You will see the ruins of an Ottoman Shipyard in the winter harbour, which you reach after passing through a deep port on Tersane Island (Shipyard Island), the largest island of the gulf of Göcek. The summer harbour, where you can enjoy the sea in a sheltered bay, embodies blue beauties that blue cruise boats like to stop by the most.

The blue with a nature quite suitable for fishing, swimming and walking is Ağa Harbour.

Ekincik Gulf - Dalyan

With its long beach adorned with pebbles, nature in which you can watch the local wildlife, breath-taking scenery and crystal blue waters, the gulf of Ekincik will offer unforgettable moments to blue cruise adventurers.

You can get away from it all and listen to the song “Dalyan” by Bülent Ortaçgil in Dalyan, the address for peace.

Bozukkale – Bozburun

You can feel the spirit of ancient times in Bozukkale with preserved remains of forts and towers.

You can get away from the crowds and noise and peacefully fall into your blue dreams in Bozburun, where gulet-type boats are built.

Datça

Datça, where you will see no trace of daily city life, will fascinate you with its unique structures as it inspired poet Can Yücel with the beautiful bays, the sun that will warm you up, the sheltered beaches and long history in Datça!

Knidos - Orak Island

An ancient theatre, two Byzantine churches and a sacred temple of Aphrodite are just some of the historical wonders that you can see in Knidos, which is a home to magnificent ancient ruins.

The unique blue where you will enjoy crystal-clear waters like an aquarium is Orak Island.

Bodrum

Bodrum is an irreplaceable corner of paradise for everyone who falls into a blue cruise dream with its ancient ruins, fun-filled night-life, stunning bays and magnificent views.

 Mersincik Bay - Palamutbükü

The place where you can walk on paths adorned with lush green forests and enjoy swimming in azure waters is Mersincik Bay.

Welcome to Palamutbükü, which has fresh sea air, a magnificent beach where you can lie down and is a peaceful resting place!

Aktur Bay - Bencik Bay

How about feeling at peace with every breath you take in Aktur Bay, a place that is naturally rich in oxygen?

Bencik Bay, which opens to spectacular views through a narrow inlet, is literally a reflection of the wonders of nature.

Emel Sayın Bay - Orhaniye Bay - Selimiye Bay

You can breathe the fresh air and hum sweet melodies against the stunning scenery in Emel Sayın Bay with a crystal clear azure sea reminiscent of the beautiful eyes of Emel Sayın, a Turkish classical music artist.

A blue cruise stopover for those who seek to enjoy the sea in deep blue waters is Orhaniye Bay.

The sun disappearing behind the mountains at sunset seems to have painted the view to a rich redness in Selimiye Bay. An observation tower, a lighthouse, a monastery and a theatre are just some of the places you would like to see other than the Hellenistic ancient ruins.

Serçe Bay - Kadırga Bay

The ruins in Serçe Bay, a sheltered bay, are exhibited in the Bodrum Underwater Archaeology Museum.

The place with calm blue waters where you can enjoy swimming is Kadırga Bay.

Göbün Bay - Hamam Bay

Olive and pine trees in Göbün Bay, where you can see the rock-cut tombs and ancient ruins, will lend your blue voyage a hue of green!

You can dream of a splendid future in the blue history of Hamam Bay, where it is alleged that Cleopatra swam and built a bath on the shore.

Sarsala Bay - Bedri Rahmi Bay

A long beach covered with pine trees, a lovely restaurant, azure waters… Yes, this is Sarsala Bay.

The fish on the rock that welcomes you was painted by Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu, a poet and painter. Doesn’t this place of magnificent beauty really inspire you?

 Zeytin Island – Yassıca Island

Zeytin Island, on which an Ottoman olive oil factory is located, takes its place in the records as the only privately owned island.

The sunset on Yassıca Island is more beautiful than anywhere else and the sun sets more poetically here, where you can live romanticism to the full.

Göcek

We are now back in Göcek, where you launched forth on your blue cruise adventure. Wishing to meet you again in new blue dreams...


9) GÖCEK - GREEK ISLANDS - BODRUM – GÖCEK / 14 NIGHTS

Göcek – Ağa Harbour

Following a welcome cocktail during which you will meet the captain and crew who will carry you to your blue cruise dreams, we can start sailing from Göcek, a fabulous place with its preserved nature, peaceful life and magnificent bays, to the waters of Ağa Harbour.

The natural wonder where you can enjoy swimming and fishing, if you like, is Ağa Harbour.

Ekincik Gulf - Dalyan

You will witness and thank God for the magnificence of nature in the gulf of Ekincik with a calm and peaceful beach and untouched natural beauty.

Dalyan, a peaceful blue where you can do water sports and recover your health in the Roman thermal springs, is a quiet blue dreamland where you can take a journey to your inner world.

Bozukkale – Bozburun

Bozukkale, which was formerly a touring field for British naval ships, is now a blue wonder that blue cruise explorers admire and is a centre of attraction.

Would you like to have different experiences together with the living material wood in Bozburun, world-famous in the field of gulet-type boat building?

Symi

The colourful Greek houses all over the slopes, a lovely island life, azure waters, warm people… This is Symi, one of the most popular islands of Greece.

Rhodes

You can swim in waters as blue as crystal, taste delicious foods in Greek restaurants unique to our neighbour Greece and enjoy yourself to the full dancing the sirtaki in Rhodes, which is also known as “Sun Island” or the “Island of Light” because of the many hours of sunlight every year.

Tilos – Nisyros

You can smell history while visiting Megalo Chorio, where you can see the necropolis (cemetery), the museum, the monasteries and the ruins of the castle and swim in azure waters on Tilos, where a quiet, calm, peaceful island life is maintained.

Nisyros Island, also known as Incirli Island, has a still active volcano which is the only one of its kind in Greece. The fauna, which is considered unique by experts, is another reason for tourists to come to the island to see with great interest in addition to the volcano and craters.

 Gyali Island - Kos

With its different geological features, Gyali Island, composed of pearl stone and pumice stone, is among the places that blue cruise explorers visit with great interest.

You can visit the ruins of “Asklipios”, the “Knights Castle” and the great Tree of Hippocrates, enjoy swimming in the magnificent bays and make a visit to the neighbouring Kos Island, which is the greenest island of Greece.

Bodrum

Bodrum, which is the pearl of the Aegean Sea and a world-famous holiday resort, always maintains its place among the major blue cruise stopovers with its idyllic coves, waters reflecting every tone of blue, long history, night-life and spectacular scenery.

Knidos - Palamutbükü

Knidos, famous for the Byzantine churches, the ancient theatre, the Temple of Aphrodite and the magnificent acropolis on the island, is one of the most important ancient cities of Anatolia.

Palamutbükü, which is the most beautiful beach of the Datça peninsula, is almost the blue address for happiness with its gardens, surrounded by mountains, turquoise waters and fresh air.

Aktur Bay - Bencik Bay

Aktur Bay is a place naturally rich in oxygen that was gifted by God for us to breathe in peace. The longer and deeper you breathe here the better.

Bencik Bay, praised by Herodotus, is a blue haven sheltered from winds.

Serçe Bay - Kadırga Bay

The ruins in Serçe Bay, a sheltered bay, are exhibited in the Bodrum Underwater Archaeology Museum. You can enrich your own world as a witness to the rich underwater world!

The place with calm and quiet waters where you can enjoy the sea is Kadırga Bay.

Göbün Bay - Hamam Bay

Diving into the blue wonders of Göbün Bay, where you are welcomed by dense olive trees and lush pine trees, will be one of the most fascinating moments of your blue cruise dream.

Enjoy the fascinating scenery and clear waters in Hamam Bay, which is a corner of paradise where you can walk around like a fairy-tale hero among the ruins of the bath that is believed to have been built by Cleopatra.

Sarsala Bay - Bedri Rahmi Bay

A long beach covered with lush pine trees, a lovely restaurant and crystal clean waters. Welcome to Sarsala Bay!

The fish on the rock welcoming you was painted by Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu, a poet and painter. The oleander flowers and the turquoise waters come from the lyricism of God!

Zeytin Island – Yassıca Island

As the name suggests, Zeytin Island (Olive Island), which is covered with olive trees and where an Ottoman olive oil factory is located, has the feature of being the only privately owned island.

Take this cruise with your loved one or find one to love right away to make the best of the spectacular sunset where you can have romantic moments on Yassıca Ada!

Göcek

We are now back in Göcek, where you launched forth on your blue cruise adventure. Wishing to meet you again in new blue dreams...