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In ‘luxury yacht charter Turkey’

Bodrum, Pearl of The Turkish Riviera

The town of Bodrum is a treasure trove of historical sites which will appeal to anyone with an interest in ancient or medieval architecture. From the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, to the ...


Didim, Pristine Beaches and Mysterious Ruins

Didim is one of the warmest coastal regions in Turkey and is famous for its long, pristine beaches and crystal clear waters. Its magnificent beaches offer a variety of water sports, and for those looking for a little peace and ...



Kuşadası, Ancient History in a Modern City

Kuşadası is one of the largest and most cosmopolitan cities on the Southern Turkish coast, offering vibrant night life as well as cultural and entertainment venues while still retaining the luxurious atmosphere of an Aegean b...


Foça, Beautiful Beaches and Ancient History

Foça is an idyllic town on the Aegean coast which has become a popular luxury holiday destination due to its stunning natural beauty and magnificent ancient ruins. The modern town of Foça is built on top of the ruins of the a...



Çeşme, Feel The Healing Power of Natural Springs

The Harbour of Çeşme is a vibrant and picturesque town on the very tip of the Çeşme peninsula, and is known for the healing powers of its natural springs. This exciting town offers travellers a true example of Turkish luxur...


Dikili, A Volcanic Land of Peace and Tranquility

Dikili is a picturesque coastal town which is known for its unique and beautiful geography; the region features a crater lake formed by a volcanic eruption, ancient caves to be explored, as well as healing thermal springs. Ther...



Ayvalık, The Home of Turkish Olive Oil

The seaside resort of Ayvalık is one of the most popular luxury yachting destinations on the Aegean coast, offering a variety of activities from watersports or boating on its pristine blue waters to fine dining in its many ope...


Eceabat, A Treasure Trove of History

Eceabat is a small waterfront town located on the Dardanelles strait, opposite the busy city of Çanakkale, and offers a much quieter and more exclusive charter yachting experience than that city. As well as featuring all the e...



Marmara Island, A Land of Marble

Marmara is the largest island in the Sea of Marmara, a mountainous region dotted with dramatic windswept hills and beautiful pine forests. Marmara has been inhabited since ancient times, and during the Roman era it was known fo...


İstanbul, Gateway to the Orient

The city of İstanbul is a global centre of culture which marks the gateway between Europe and Asia. Istanbul is known for its unique blend of Eastern and Western traditions, which can still be seen in its architecture, fashion...



Skopea Bay, A Yachtsman’s Paradise

The bay of Skopea is an enclosed gulf near Göcek which is known as one of the most beautiful cruising areas in Turkey, and is one of the region’s most popular destinations for luxury yachts. The many bays in the Skopea g...


Ekincik, The Clash of Civilizations

Ekincik is a small bay lined with pine trees which serves as the primary anchoring point from which to visit the ancient sites of Dalyan and Caunos. These ruins show a wide variety of architecture from all of the ancient civili...



Gemiler Island, A Religious Experience

Gemiler is a tiny, uninhabited Mediterranean island which primarily attracts travellers due to the extensive ruins of a Byzantine religious settlement which once stood there. The island features the remains of four churches, ho...


Kalkan, Turkey’s Best Kept Secret

Kalkan is an enchanting resort town on Turkey’s Lycian coast, which remains relatively untouched by mass tourism. This hidden gem offers all the beautiful beaches and exciting watersports you would expect from a beach res...



Kaş, The Scent of Jasmine in the Air

Kaş is a picturesque town to the West of Antalya, and its quiet streets lined with jasmine flowers offer a peaceful alternative to the hustle and bustle of that city. Despite being in one of the most popular regions for yachti...


Kekova Roads, Sail to the Sunken City

Kekova is a small, uninhabited island just off Turkey’s Mediterranean coast. It has been declared a specially protected area due to the historical importance of the sunken Byzantine ruins which dot the island’s bays...