The turquoise color, which is invented and named by the Turkish culture is a unique mixture of blue and green. No wonder why the Turkish Aegean and Mediterranean coast line has the same acronym; because a typical cruise tour around the hidden bays of the coast line takes travelers to a journey from the greenest forests of the coastline to the bluest colors of the sea. And since Turkey is surrounded by 3 seas, she has one of the longest coastlines in Mediterranean therefore it is quite common to find a bay exclusive to dock yourcruise.
Here are some facts and hints for an exclusive Turkish Turquoise tour;
As Turkey surrounded by 3 seas (Black Sea, Aegean Sea and Mediterranean Sea), marine attractions are very famous. The most popular one of all is the gullet cruising. Gulets are boats that constructed with Turkish Riviera in mind and are designed primarily for fun and luxury.
Gulet Cruising is a week-long luxurious boat tour accompanied by some magical experiences. While traveling along the beautiful coast of the Turquoise Riviera, travelers enjoy astonishing sights, swim in virgin coves, enjoy freshly-caught seafood and doze off to the rippling of the waves in the background.
Every year the coasts of Turkey are offering its guests one of a kind route options for gulet cruising.
Fethiye – Ölüdeniz: This route is maybe one of the most scenic blue voyages in the world. Located in a cove inside the Fethiye Bay, Fethiye is open to the north and surrounded by pine trees with a magical view of small and large islets around. Whereas, the blue lagoon Ölüdeniz is famous with white sand beaches and turquoise waters. Ancient city of Patara is one of the most breathtaking parts of this route and ready to embrace everyone with open arms, to witness the rise of the democracy we all know today.
Fethiye – Kekova: Imagine a blue voyage that shows the beauties of mother nature, beautiful bays with turquoise sea, nature, and history. Kekova is one of the most popular gulet stops in Turkey where one can swim in the turquoise waters and visit ancient ruins among the green coastline. On this route you can stop atGöcek which is well known for its marinas, coves and bays, all of which make it perfect for a trip of gullet crusing.There you can see the amazing Kaunos ancient city with the ancient tombs of Carians.
SOUTH AEGEAN COAST
Bodrum – Gökova: Bodrum and its hinterland is particularly attractive for its relaxed ambiance, historical architecture and its proximity to a vast array of fantastic beaches as well as fishing villages. This route covers an endless calm water of the Aegean shores, from Bodrum to Gökova.
Bodrum – Marmaris: This route covers amazing nature, different small towns and historical sites. One of the stops is the small harbor town Datça, where the Aegean meets the Mediterranean. While taking this route one can see Bozburun, one of the most important Gulet stops in Turkey and a small fishing town with its amazing nature and magnificent sea. Knidos or Cnidus the old-ancient Greek city is situated down the peninsula of Datça.
Kemer – Kekova: Starting from Kemer this blue voyage route is taking its guests to stunning locations along the Mediterranean coastline thru the Olympos, Demre (Myra) and Kekova. It’s also set along the historic Lycian Way with untouched coves and one of the most beautiful mix of turquoise and green. The remains of ancient Simena will welcome the gullet cruisers of Kekova Island, which is one of the most impressive and historical sites of Turkey. Simena is situated below the remains of Crusader Castle and its numerous ruins some goes back as far as the 4th century BC.
Antalya – Kaş: This route offers the visitors to enjoy the untouched and secluded bays and beaches. Additionally; Kaş is one of the most beautiful spot for diving, it counts around 30 diving sites including reefs, wreck and historical sites. The very light coloured sand and its volcanic formations bring this place an unique spot for divers around the world.
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Located in the Mediterranean and connecting Asia and Europe continents that are separated by famous Bosphorus, Turkey is a unique destination that welcomed last year about 40 million tourists. The country that has always been a hub for cultural interaction and home to varying climates inspires the visitors today with its history, nature and gastronomy that reflect the diversity of civilizations for centuries. Located at the crossroads of cultures, Turkey has a distinctive understanding of art & fashion which is the synthesis of tradition and modernity and its extremely dynamic shopping & entertainment life also attracts the visitors from all over the world.
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