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These are the land and waters where East meets West or, instead, where continents collide: Europe, Asia, and Africa. They call it the “Turquoise Coastline,” which isn’t just a play on words. The water is an indescribable shade of green. Coastal Turkey, located in the Eastern Mediterranean, is where you will find pine-covered islands, sunken temples, and crusader castles. Come explore the Turkish Riviera aboard one of our Turkey luxury yacht charters.

Places to see in Turkey:

  • Waterfalls. Turkey’s natural landscape is undoubtedly beautiful. However, one of Turkey’s most famous waterfalls, the Düden Waterfalls, is exceptional and well worth seeing.
  • Bodrum Castle (Castle of St Peter)
  • Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology
  • Hellenistic Theatre in Kas. This atmospheric site is perfect for watching the sunset.
  • Carian rock tombs in Marmaris.
  • Tomb of Amyntas in the south of Fethiye.

Things to do along the Turkish Riviera:

  • Scuba dive. Kas is one of the top 100 dive sites in the world as well as the diving capital of Turkey. Here there is an abundance of underwater treasures waiting for you to discover. In addition to extraordinary marine life, there are ancient relics and shipwrecks to explore.
  • Windsurf. The bays around Cesme, Foca, Bodrum, Datca peninsula, Fethiye, Gokceada, Antalya, and Istanbul have ideal wind conditions for windsurfing.
  • Go to the beach. Turkey’s coastline has many beautiful beaches. However, the Blue Lagoon of Ölüdeniz is possibly the most famous beach in Turkey. You will be amazed at its surreal-blue water and mountainous backdrop.
  • Horseback ride.
  • Hike. Turkey’s gorgeous scenery and historical sites make the country fantastic for hiking.

Marmaris, Turkey

Turkish Climate:

Turkey’s western Mediterranean region enjoys a characteristically Mediterranean climate. The summers are hot and dry, while winters are moderately warm and rainy. Summer lasts nine months. Apart from midsummer, the coast is quite bearable. The mild weather continues into the Fall, making Turkey an excellent choice for September and October charters.

fethiye, turkey yacht charter
Fethiye, Turkey.

Cuisine:

Here you’ll savor authentic Turkish cuisines such as charcoal-grilled fish and lamb, often skewered and served with fresh vegetables. Traditional dishes include piyaz (salad with beans and a soft-boiled egg), ezogelin corba (zesty lentil soup), saksuka (eggplant dish), and kisir (salad of wheat and herbs). Your private yacht chef will cater your meals to your tastes, always incorporating the freshest and most local ingredients.

Four Turkey Yacht Charter Destinations

While these four cities are found on the Turkish coastline, their similarities end there. Each has its unique culture and vibes, and attractions to check out while you’re there. If you’re planning your first yacht charter trip to Turkey, you may be wondering which of these cities to visit first – or whether you should visit them all the first time. Because there is so much to do and see along the Turkish Riviera, we recommend planning multiple yacht charters in Turkey.

Marmaris

Marmaris is one of the most beautiful places in Turkey. It is known for its clear blue waters, lovely beaches, and relaxed atmosphere. The city is situated on the coast of the Aegean Sea and is a popular destination for tourists worldwide. In addition, it’s a short ferry ride from Rhodes, Greece.

Gocek

Gocek is another beautiful city in Turkey that is situated on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It is known for its clear turquoise waters, lovely beaches, and relaxed atmosphere. In addition, its old town is charming with many stores, restaurants, and a vibrant waterfront area.

Bodrum

If you’re looking for a bustling city with plenty to see and do, Bodrum is the place for you. The city is home to a number of historical sites, including the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Plus, there’s no shortage of restaurants, cafes, and bars to keep you entertained. And if you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle, Gocek is just a short boat ride away.

Fethiye

Located south of Gocek offers historical sites, a beautiful coastline with many bays, and Turkey’s blue waters. Fethiye can be one of your ports when chartering from Marmaris or Gocek. Or if sailing for 14-nights, you can start in Bodrum and end in Fethiye.


Contact us today to learn more about Turkey luxury yacht charters. Call 321 777-1707.