The sailing paradise of Turkey is home to the Blue Voyage. This
idyllic cruise means sailing with the winds, into coves and
over the seas and becoming one with nature. It is also an experience
of the history of man from the perspective of the sea rather
than from the land, a journey which carries you to the private
beaches of the coast, and the myriad archaeological remains
of ancient civilisations. For lovers of the active life, sailing
in clear waters provides great opportunities for swimming, fishing,
skiing, surfing and diving.
: 8 days
1 : Dalaman
Meet the group at the Dalaman airport and transfer to Gocek
port (30 min.) where we will board to our yacht and spend 7
nights in yacht. The yacht is comfortable for sailing with its
double cabins with shower and toilets. Overnight on board.
2 : Gocek
䯭uz Adasi ᇠLimani.
After breakfast on board , we sail to reach Domuz adasi that
has crystalline water. Afternoon is free for swimming and sunbathe.
Overnight on board
Iztuzu beach (Caunos and Dalyan) - Semizce
In the morning, we leave for Iztuzu beach, fine white shelving
sands make it ideal for sunbathing and swimming. Sailing to
Dalyan, with a long, golden, sandy beach at its mouth, is a
nature-conservation area, and a refuge for sea turtles (caretta
caretta) and blue crabs. At a bend in the river, high on the
cliff face above the fascinating ancient harbour-city of Caunos,
magnificent tombs were carved into the rock. The extensive ruins
include a huge Roman Bath, Persian City walks, a Carian fortress,
a Greek theatre and a Byzantine basilica. We sail to Semizce.
Overnight on board.
Semizce 㬥opatra - Tersane
In the morning, we sail, this idyllic cruise means sailing
with the winds, into coves and over the seas and becoming
one with nature. It is also an experience of the history
of man from the perspective of the sea rather than from
the land, a journey which carries you to the private beach
of Cleopatra. Continue to the sailing to Tersane Island,
stand Byzantine ruins, including those of the ancient shipyards.
Overnight on board
Today we sail to Fethiye, 2400 years ago, Fethiye (FET-hee-yeh)
was the prominent town of Telmessos, but earthquakes have left
only a few Lycian stone sarcophagi from the old town, along
with the dramatic Tomb of Amyntas carved into the sheer rock
cliff high above the town. Today it is truly paradise for those
who want to sail through history. The resort town of Fethiye
has an important marina and overlooks a beautiful bay strewn
with islands. We go on the sailing to Kayakoy, the largest Greek
ghost town in Asia Minor. After the foundation of Turkish republic,
the governments of Turkey and Greece chanced the population.
Turkish government sent the Greek people to Selanic and took
the Turkish population to Kayakoy from Selanic. And then we
arrive to Oludeniz, its beach takes its eerie name from the
secluded lagoon at the beach's western end. Overnight on board
6 : Gemili
- Turunc Pinari.
In the morning sailing to Gemiler Island, (St. Nicolas Island)
, Byzantine ruins lie tucked amid the pines. We visit chapels,
church, cistern, After this visiting we continue the sailing
to Turunc, a natural harbour opens out into a wide expanse of
spectacular blue water. Overnight on board
7 : Turunc
Pinari - Gocek.
In the morning sailing to the Gulf of Gocek, with a beautiful
pine forest, is one of the Mediterranean's best sailing spots.
Dotted with islands and indented with many coves, its land and
seascapes are irresistible. The ruins of Arymexa, an ancient
city at the southern tip of the gulf, lie at the edge of the
azure waters. Overnight on board.
After breakfast , transfer to Dalaman airport and fly home
Season : May
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