Gulet Charter In Greece, Italy and Turkey

Cabin charter gulet in Turkey

Book your cabin on one of our Cabin charter gulet Turkey routes. You will sail along the most beautiful bays, landscape, hospitality and food of the Turkish coast.

Gulet cruise from Bodrum

Gokova bay gulet cruise is a must for sea-lovers. If you are dreaming a holiday of sun, beautiful and calm sea and total relax; be sure this is the right cruise for you. Evening will pass between delicious dinners, lulled by the waves of the sea and then fall asleep with the scent of the maritime pines and start the day again waking up to the song of cicadas.

Some highlights of Gokova gulet cruise are famous and seclude English harbour and white sandy beach on Cleopatra island. Cleopatra Beach has a special type of sand that, according to the legend, King Antonius bought in Egypt. Secondly, Cokerme village is a small traditional place with the seaside taverns. Not to forget Orak island, where you will enjoy crystal waters. Standard plus or superior air-conditioned gulets are sailing this route and full board included in the price.

Cabin charter gulet Turkey from Marmaris

Hisaronu gulf gulet cruise combines beautiful sea and some offshore spots. Gulf of Hisaronu is overlooking the Aegean Sea with different colours and vegetation than the rest of Turkey. With its small villages it is ideal for those who want to discover local life. Here, you will enter Bencik fjord and visit Orhanye village with a unique natural tidal formation. Enjoy sightseeing or just a coffee break in Selimye bay and Bozburun fisherman. Not only, but interesting ancient Knidos is also the site where you will admire great historical evidence.On this route, we also operate with a standard plus or superior air-conditioned gulets and full board is included in the price.

Another route suitable for real sea-lovers is Fethiye and Gocek islands cruise. The Gocek islands have fantastic sea-water ideal for snorkelling and swimming. They are also renowned for their calm sea and lots of bays. Manastir Bay and Cleopatra Sunken Bath are some of the famous spots in this area. In addition, you will spend the night in Fethiye where you can taste fresh fish at the famous Market.
Furthermore, if you have limited time, maybe a mini cruise can be an interesting solution. Mini cruises are starting from Marmaris or also from Fethiye. You will join the cruise for three nights only.

Cabin charter gulet Turkey from Fethiye

Bay of Kekova with unspoiled landscapes, protected by the island of Kekova with its numerous islets, conceals numerous architectural vestiges, stone ghosts hidden among the rocks, shrubs and swamps, or covered by the transparent water of the bay. Fethiye to Kekova bay is another beautiful itinerary along the Turkish coast. Set sails till Kas and back along some stunning spots. This pretty small town is known for fishing and yachting.
Our passengers highly recommend also Tersane Bay and the Ancient city of Myra, being the metropolis of Lycia in the early Christian times. Here you can visit beautiful Greco-Roman and Lycian ruins. We sail to Kekova from Fethiye route with standard gulets.

Kemer and Kekova bay cabin charter gulet cruise

Even this region developed is far behind Bodrum or Marmaris, this cruising area is a real gem. Olympos site was an ancient city in Lycia. This place is a unique archaeological site combined with a stunning bay. It seems like its clear waters are dancing in different colours every hour of the day. Modern-day Demre is famous as the burial place of St. Nicholas. For sure, you know him as Father Christmas or Santa Claus.
Cruises to Kekova bay from Kemer operate with a standard plus or superior air-conditioned gulets and full board is included in the price.

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