A cruise along Turkey’s Turquoise Coast, a wonderful popular superyacht location, is likely to take your breath away with its spectacular natural beauty. This country is a blending pot of old and new, with historic and lively cities. Its deep, rich green pine and cypress trees contrast well with the crystal clear blue seas that give the shoreline its name. The deep-blue lagoons, surrounded by craggy white cliffs, secret coves, and incandescent grottoes, are ideal for swimming off the back of your boat. Ashore, its long sandy white beaches entice one to sit and have a nice picnic. While in Turkey, we also recommend visiting the Turkish shipyard or Turkish refit centres – the way these companies work in this destination is fascinating.
See some of the itineraries we suggest visiting during your journey below:
Bodrum is a sailing paradise with magnificent coves, stunning historical ruins, dazzling blue waters, and a thriving nightlife. In comparison to the French Riviera, Bodrum combines the ancient and modern world charms. Explore its picturesque neighborhoods filled with whitewashed buildings and swaying palm trees before soaking up the sun on its lovely beaches.
One of Turkey’s most famous and well-known cities, make time to explore this attractive and bustling metropolis. Yalikavak Marina, a mix of old and contemporary, is crowded with sophisticated pubs and restaurants where you can savor traditional Turkish cuisine against the tranquillity of the turquoise Aegean sea.
This gulf is recognized for its beautiful mountainous scenery. The secluded town of Selimiye is ideal for anyone wishing to experience some culture and local flavor, with natural splendours, tiny eateries, and old castle ruins. Try some of their well-known sweets!