Different Turkey Itineraries

Turkey

Turkey combines natural beauty and a wealth of history at the crossroads of Asia and Europe. Thirteen empires have come and gone, all leaving their stamp on the culture and the people of Turkey. Turks are hospitable and friendly and make this country a must for every traveller.

From Istanbul, the only city in the world spanning two continents, with it's majestic skyline dominated by minarets and domes of mosques. To Cappadocia, a spectacular surrealist landscape of volcanic structures where ancient dwellings were hewn out of the rock. To Antalya on the sparkling Mediterranean, Turkey is a destination that must be experienced to be truly appreciated.

Turkey

A TASTE OF ISTANBUL
4 Days / 3 Nights
Daily Departures

Istanbul, a city embracing two continents, is abundant in exotic flavour and plentiful in history. The former capital of the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires can be fully experienced in this stopover program. A Taste of Istanbul is a journey through the senses of sight and sound, taste and smell. Discover the old Istanbul of cobbled streets, glittering palaces and ancient monuments, and modern Istanbul where delicious restaurants, bustling bazaars and friendly people are a part of daily life.

About Turkey:
Language: Turkish (rudimentary English is widely spoken in most major cities)
Currency: Turkish Lira
Visas: Not required for Australian passport holders for stays of less than 3 months (subject to change)
Health requirements: No vaccinations are required (subject to change)

Day 1 Arrive Istanbul
Arrive Istanbul airport where you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Evening at leisure.

Day 2 Istanbul
After breakfast begin a tour of Istanbul which includes the famous Topkapi Palace which was the seat of government of the Ottoman Empire for many centuries. Visit the Blue Mosque famous for its blue tiles and unique six minarets, the Hippodrome where chariot races were once part of daily life and St Sophia Museum. An orthodox church, turned mosque, turned museum, St Sophia is one of the great architectural marvels of the ancient world. Evening at leisure. (B, L)

Day 3 Istanbul
This morning enjoy the splendour of the Bosphorous, the natural waterway that divides Asia And Europe, on board a scenic cruise. Enjoy the views of the shore, lined with palaces, castles, palatial homes and Istanbul's two magnificent suspension bridges. Lunch today is at a seafood restaurant. After lunch you will be returned to your hotel for an afternoon and evening at leisure to explore the marvels of Istanbul. (B, L)
Day 4 Depart Istanbul

Today you will be met and transferred to Istanbul airport in time for your flight. (B)

 

Turkey

GALLIPOLI AND TROY
2 Days / 1 Night
Daily Departures

Day 1 Gallipoli
Today begins with a scenic drive to Gallipoli.  Upon arrival at the legendary World War I battle front, visit the Allied Cemeteries and Anzac Cove.  Next stop is the Museum of Cannakale containing many mementoes of the Great War.  Overnight in Cannakale. (L, D)

Day 2  Troy
Taking the highway south you travel to Troy, the legendary city depicted in the Iliad of Homer.  Visit the ruins of nine cities, superimposed upon each other over thousands of years, before returning to Istanbul in the late afternoon.  (B, L)

Turkey

A TASTE OF CAPPADOCIA
3 Days / 2 Nights
Daily Departures

Lying in the central Anatolian Plateau, Cappadocia is the result of violent volcanic eruptions over three million years ago.  Erosion and man have over thousands of years converted the landscape into hundreds of strangely shaped pillars and cone shaped dwellings.  A Taste of Cappadocia is truly an experience beyond description.

Day 1  Arrive Ankara
Early morning arrival at Ankara airport where you will be met for the drive to Cappadocia.  Lunch will be served on the way.  Visit an ancient Seljuk Caravanserai before arriving at the spectacular Goreme Valley, where hundreds of churches have been hewn out of rock and decorated with frescoes to create the most spectacular landscape you will ever experience.  Visit the natural citadel of Uchisar and the shopping centre of Urgup before settling at your hotel.  (L, D)

Day 2  Cappadocia
Today visit the Valley of the Monks, Fairy Chimneys and the villages of Cavusin and Macan.  Following lunch, explore the underground cities of Derinkuyu and Kaymakli before returning to the hotel.         (B, L, D)

Day 3  Return to Ankara
After breakfast return to Ankara to visit the Hittite Museum and Mausoleum of Ataturk before being transferred to the airport for your onward flight.   (B, L)

Turkey

HIGHLIGHTS OF TURKEY
11 Days / 10 Nights
Tours begin on Saturdays

This tour explores the highlights of Turkey in a way which best suits visitors with limited time and a high regard for value for money.

Day 1 Arrive Istanbul
Arrive at Istanbul airport where you will be met and transferred to your hotel.  Short briefing and welcome cocktail in the evening.

Day 2 Ankara - Cappadocia
Morning flight to Ankara.  Visit the Anatolian Civilisations Museum and continue to Cappadocia (lunch on the way.  In the afternoon visit an ancient Caravanserai and the natural citadel of Uchisar.   Dinner and overnight in Cappadocia.  (B,L,D)

Day 3   Cappadocia
Today visit the Valley of Goreme where hundreds of churches have been hewn out of rock and magnificently decorated with frescoes.  Then you explore the underground cities of Derinkuyu or Kaymakli before heading to Avanos, well known for its carpet weaving and pottery.  Overnight in Cappadocia.  (B, L, D)

Day 4  Cappadocia -Pammukale
Early morning departure for Konya to visit the Mausoleum of Mevlana, before continuing to Pammukale (literally translated as "cotton castles") to admire this unique formation of petrified calcium cliffs.  Overnight Denizli.  (B, L, D)

Day 5   Denizli - Kusadasi
Today you will visit the ancient city of Hierapolis and view the thermal spring pools of Pammukale before proceeding to Aphrodisias, a Greco-Roman settlement which is remarkably well preserved.  Overnight in Kusadasi.    (B, L, D)

Day 6 Kusadasi - Izmir
Visit the house of the Virgin Mary, then continue to Ephesus, the Roman capital of Asia Minor and one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.  View the Basilica of St John before driving to Izmir where you will have time to explore on your own.  (B, L, D)

Day 7  Izmir - Cannakale
Today you travel to Pergamon to see the Asclepion and the Acropolis.   Continue to Troy, the legendary town of the wooden horse and visit the ancient ruins.   Overnight in Cannakale.  (B, L, D)

Day 8  Cannakale - Istanbul
Cross the Dardanelles and travel along the Gallipoli Peninsula on the way to Istanbul.  Arrive in Istanbul early in the afternoon.  Transfer to your hotel and enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.  (B, L, D)

Day 9  Istanbul
Following breakfast you visit the world famous Blue Mosque, so named because of its impressive blue tiles and its distinctive six minarets.  The Mosque of Suleymaniye, built during the reign of Suleyman the Magnificent, is also on today's programme, as is the St Sophia Museum, a former orthodox church.  This church, turned mosque, turned museum, is breathtaking with its spectacular architecture.  The afternoon is spent exploring Topkapi Palace, for many centuries the seat of government for the Ottoman Empire with its commanding views of the Bosphorous and the Golden Horn.   An optional dinner including belly dancing is available tonight.  (B, L)

Day 10  Istanbul
Today you will enjoy the aromas of the Spice Bazaar, then embark on a scenic cruise of the Bosphorous, the natural division between Asia and Europe.   Afternoon at leisure.  (B)

Day 11  Depart Istanbul
Free time to explore Istanbul until your transfer to the airport.   (B)

Turkey

UNFORGETTABLE TURKEY
15 Days / 14 Nights
Tours begin on Saturdays

Unforgettable Turkey is designed for the visitor who wants a comprehensive and educational tour of this beautiful country.   It touches on aspects of pagan kingdoms, Hellenistic civilisations, Roman and Byzantium times and Seljuk and Ottoman eras, all of which are complemented by the warmth and hospitality of the Turkish people.

Day 1  Istanbul
Arrive at Istanbul airport where you will be met and transferred to your hotel.  Short briefing and welcome cocktail in the evening.  (D)

Day 2  Istanbul
Following breakfast drive to the "Old City" to visit the Hippodrome, the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, the Blue Mosque famous for its delicate blue ceramic tiles and St Sophia.  This orthodox church, turned mosque, turned museum has breathtaking architecture and a magnificent dome.  Next visit the spectacular Topkapi Palace.  Built on one of the seven hills of Istanbul it has commanding views of the Bosphorous and the Golden Horn and was for many centuries the seat of government of the Ottoman Empire.  There's time to look at the extravagant treasury and priceless Chinese porcelain, and listen to stories of mischief as you meander through the Harem.  Return to the hotel for a quick rest and change before proceeding to dinner at an Istanbul nightspot with live music and belly dancing.  (B, L, D)

Day 3  Istanbul
The morning starts with a visit to the Spice Bazaar where the aromas of cinnamon, cloves and thyme rise from hundreds of colourful bags at every store front.   Join a cruise along the legendary Bosphorous, the natural gateway between Europe and Asia.  Enjoy the views of numerous summer palaces and palatial homes as you sip Turkish coffee or tea from traditional small cups.
Disembark at the northern end of the strait for lunch at a local seafood restaurant.  Then travel by coach to the Suleymaniye Mosque built during the reign of Suleyman the Magnificent, "the Lawgiver".  The last stop of the day is the Grand Bazaar, a covered market with over 4000 shops selling antiques, jewellery, gold, leatherware and carpets.        (B, L, D)

Day 4 Istanbul - Cannakale
Today you will drive along the Gallipoli Peninsula, famous site of many battles during World War I.  Following lunch you cross the Dardanelles and proceed to Troy, renowned for its portrayal in the Iliad of Homer and the site of nine ancient cities superimposed upon each other.  Overnight in Cannakale.      (B, L, D)

Day 5 Cannakale - Izmir
On the journey to Izmir you will visit Pergamon.  Among the impressive structures of this city, dating back to 339BC, you will see the Altar of Zeus and the Temple of Dyonisus.  Continue to Izmir arriving in the early afternoon.   Spend some time exploring this port city on your own.  (B, L, D)

Day 6 Izmir - Kusadasi
This morning visit one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, Ephesus.  View the recently restored Library of Celsius, the Temple of Adrian, the stone clad streets of the ancient city and the Amphitheatre.  Following lunch visit the Basilica of St John and the House of Virgin Mary where it is believed she spent her last years.  Overnight in Kusadasi.        (B, L, D)

Day 7  Kusadasi
Today you will visit the ancient cities of Priene, Miletus and Didyma and respectively see the Temple of Athena, the Delphinon and the Temple of Apollo.   Overnight in Kusadasi.  (B, L, D)

Day 8  Kusadasi - Pammukale
Travel to Pammukale, stopping at the ancient city of Aphrodisias, home of the Goddess of Love.  Arrive in Pammukale by mid afternoon to view its famous thermal waters flowing from natural pools within terraces of white calcium clad travertines.   (B, L, D)

Day 9  Pammukale - Antalya
After breakfast you begin the scenic journey to the sparkling Turquoise Coast.  After checking in to your hotel you will have time to bathe in the warm waters of the Mediterranean before dinner.  (B, L, D)

Day 10  Antalya
A leisurely visit to three ancient cities near Antalya is scheduled for today.  Perge has wide porticoed streets lined with many fine buildings, Aspendus has an ancient theatre said to be the best preserved in the world, and Side is home to the temple of Apollo and Athena. Alternatively you may prefer to spend the day enjoying the Mediterranean sun.  Overnight in Antalya.  (B, L, D)

Day 11  Antalya - Konya
The trip today takes you over the beautiful Taurus Mountains via the lake district and into Konya, the centre of the Selcuk Empire, with many fine examples of Turkish Islamic art and architecture. Recently the remains of Bronze Age Man were excavated nearby.  Overnight in Konya.  (B, L, D)

Day 12  Konya - Cappadocia
After a city tour of Konya proceed to Cappadocia.  On the way you visit Sultanhani Caravanserai and the amazing underground city of Derinkuyu which dates back to the time of Christ and has eight levels carved into solid rock.   Overnight in Cappadocia.  (B, L, D)

Day 13  Cappadocia
Spend the day exploring the natural wonders of this region formed by volcanic deposits being eroded away by wind and water over millions of years.  See the Valley of Goreme where hundreds of churches have been hewn out of the soft volcanic rock and decorated with frescoes.  View the Fairy Chimneys and the natural Citadel of Uchisar, a natural fortress.  Overnight in Cappadocia.  (B, L, D)

Day 14 Cappadocia - Ankara - Istanbul
After breakfast take the journey to Ankara, the national capital, where you will visit the Museum of Anatolian Civilisations and the Mausoleum of Ataturk, founder of the Turkish Republic in 1923.  Return flight to Istanbul in the late afternoon.  (B, L, D)

Day 15  Depart Istanbul
Free time until you transfer to the airport. (B)

Turkey

WESTERN TURKEY & THE TURQUOISE COAST
12 Days / 11 Nights
Tours begin on Saturdays

This tour is designed for the visitor who enjoys history as well as nature.  It introduces majestic Istanbul, followed by a southward journey to ancient cities along the Aegean coast which ends in the tranquillity of the Turkish Riviera on the Mediterranean.

Day 1  Arrive Istanbul
Arrive at Istanbul airport where you will be met and transferred to your hotel.  Short briefing and welcome cocktail in the evening.  (D)

Day 2  Istanbul
Following breakfast you drive to the "Old City" to visit the Hippodrome, the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, the Blue Mosque famous for its delicate blue ceramic tiles, and St Sophia. This orthodox church, turned mosque, turned museum has breathtaking architecture and a magnificent dome.  Next you visit the spectacular Topkapi Palace.  Built on one of the seven hills of Istanbul it has commanding views of the Bosphorous and the Golden Horn and was for many centuries the seat of the government of the Ottoman Empire.  There's time to look at the extravagant treasury and priceless Chinese porcelain or listen to stories of mischief as you meander through the Harem.  You will then return to your hotel for a quick rest and change before proceeding to dinner at an Istanbul nightspot with live music and belly dancing.   (B, L, D)

Day 3  Istanbul
The morning starts with a visit to the Spice Bazaar where aromas of cinnamon, cloves and thyme rise from hundreds of colourful bags at every store front.   Join a cruise along the legendary Bosphorous, the natural gateway between Europe and Asia.   Enjoy the views of the numerous summer palaces and palatial homes as you sip on Turkish coffee or tea from traditional small cups.
Disembark at the northern end of the strait for lunch at a local seafood restaurant.  In the afternoon travel by coach to Suleymaniye Mosque built during the reign of Suleyman the Magnificent, "the Lawgiver".  The last stop of the day is the Grand Bazaar, a covered market with over 4000 shops of antiques, jewellery, gold, leatherware and carpets.  (B, L, D)

Day 4  Istanbul - Cannakale
Today you will drive along the Gallipoli Peninsula, famous as the site of many battles during World War I.  Following lunch you cross the Dardanelles and proceed to Troy, renowned for its portrayal in the Iliad of Homer and the site of nine ancient cities superimposed upon each other.  Overnight in Cannakale.     (B, L, D)

Day 5  Cannakale - Izmir
On the journey to Izmir you will visit Pergamon.  Among the impressive structures of this city dating back to 339BC you will see the Altar of Zeus, the Temple of Dyonisus and the remains of the 200,000 volume Library.  Continue to Izmir for an early afternoon arrival, leaving time to explore this port city on your own before overnighting in Izmir.   (B, L, D)

Day 6  Izmir - Kusadasi
Today you will visit Ephesus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.  View the recently restored Library of Celsius, the Temple of Adrian, the stone clad streets of the ancient city and the Amphitheatre.  Following lunch you visit the Basilica of St John and the House of Virgin Mary where it is believed she spent her last years.  Overnight in Kusadasi.  (B, L, D)

Day 7  Kusadasi
Begin the day with a visit to the ancient city of Priene whose history dates back to 10th century B.C.  Here you will see the Temple of Athena, the Ecclesiasterium and the Agora.  Next visit Miletus where philosopher Thales, who coined the phrase "Know Thyself", was born.  You will also explore the city of Didyma which served as a religious sanctuary to the god Apollo.  Overnight in Kusadasi.   (B, L, D)

Day 8  Kusadasi - Pammukale
Today you will travel to Pammukale, stopping at the ancient city of Aphrodisias, home to the Goddess of Love.  See the impressive Stadium, the Theatre and the Baths of Adrian.  Arrive in Pammukale by mid afternoon to see thermal waters flowing from natural pools within terraces of white calcium clad travertines.     (B, L, D)

Day 9  Pammukale - Antalya
After breakfast you begin the scenic journey to the sparkling Turquoise Coast.  After checking in at your hotel you will have time to bathe in the waters of the Mediterranean before dinner.   (B, L, D)

Day 10  Antalya
A leisurely visit to three ancient cities near Antalya is scheduled for today.  Perge has wide porticoed streets lined with many fine buildings, Aspendus has an ancient theatre said to be the finest in the world, and Side is home to the temples of Apollo and Athena.  Alternatively you may prefer to spend the day enjoying the Mediterranean waters.  Overnight in Antalya.      (B, L, D)

Day 11  Istanbul
Spend the morning at leisure before your transfer for the flight to Istanbul.  Overnight in Istanbul.  (B, L, D)

Day 12  Depart Istanbul
Day at leisure to explore Istanbul before your transfer to the airport.  (B)

Turkey

ISTANBUL AND WESTERN TURKEY
8 Days / 7 Nights
Tours begin on Saturdays

This tour is designed for the visitor who wishes to immerse in the rich and fascinating history of Istanbul and Western Turkey.   It is a leisurely trip through majestic Istanbul and the fabulous ancient sites that sit proudly along the shores and mountain tops of the Aegean coast.

Day 1  Arrive Istanbul
Arrive at Istanbul airport where you will be met and transferred to your hotel.  Short briefing and welcome cocktail in the evening. (D)

Day 2  Istanbul
Following breakfast you drive to the "Old City" to visit the Hippodrome, the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, the Blue Mosque famous for its delicate blue ceramic tiles, and St Sophia. This orthodox church, turned mosque, turned museum has breathtaking architecture and a magnificent dome.  Next you visit the spectacular Topkapi Palace.  Built on one of the seven hills of Istanbul it has commanding views of the Bosphorous and the Golden Horn and was for many centuries the seat of government of the Ottoman Empire.  There's time to look at the extravagant treasury and priceless Chinese porcelain or listen to the stories of mischief as you meander through the Harem.  Return to your hotel for a quick rest and change before proceeding to dinner at an Istanbul nightspot with live music and belly dancing.    (B, L, D)

Day 3  Istanbul
The morning starts with a visit to the Spice Bazaar where aromas of cinnamon, cloves and thyme rise from hundreds of colourful bags at every store front.   Join a cruise along the legendary Bosphorous, the natural gateway between Europe and Asia.  Enjoy views of the numerous summer palaces and palatial homes as you sip on Turkish coffee or tea from traditional small cups.  Disembark at the northern end of the strait for lunch at a local seafood restaurant.  Following lunch you travel by coach to Suleymaniye Mosque built during the reign of Suleyman the Magnificent, "the Lawgiver".  The last stop of the day is the Grand Bazaar, a covered market with over 4000 shops of antiques, jewellery, gold, leatherware and carpets.  (B, L, D)

Day 4   Istanbul - Cannakale
Today you will drive along the Gallipoli Peninsula, famous site of many battles during World War I.  Following lunch you cross the Dardanelles and proceed to Troy, renowned for its portrayal in the Iliad of Homer and the site of nine ancient cities superimposed upon each other.  Overnight in Cannakale.  (B, L, D)

Day 5  Cannakale - Izmir
On the journey to Izmir you visit Pergamon. Among the impressive structures of this city dating back to 339BC you will see the Altar of Zeus and the Temple of Dyonisus.  Continue to Izmir where you will arrive in the early afternoon.   Spend some time exploring this port city on your own before overnighting in Izmir.   (B, L, D)

Day 6  Izmir - Kusadasi
Today you will visit Ephesus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.  View the recently restored Library of Celsius, the Temple of Adrian, the stone clad streets of the ancient city and the Amphitheatre.  Following lunch you visit the Basilica of St John and the House of Virgin Mary where it is believed she spent her last years. Overnight in Kusadasi.  (B, L, D)

Day 7 Kusadasi - Istanbul
Today's programme takes you to the ancient city of Priene whose history dates from the 10th century B.C.  Here you will see the Temple of Athena, the Ecclesiasterium and the Agora.  Next you visit Miletus where the philosopher Thales, who coined the phrase "Know Thyself", was born.  You will also visit the city of Didyma which served as a religious sanctuary to the god Apollo.  After today's programme return to Izmir for the flight to Istanbul.  Overnight in Istanbul.   (B, L, D)

Day 8   Istanbul
Spend the day exploring this charismatic city before your transfer to the airport.  (B)

Turkey

TURQUOISE CRUISES
8 Days/ 7 Nights
Cruises begin on Saturdays

The beauty of the Aegean and the Mediterranean coastline are fully captured with our Turquoise Cruises. Onboard traditional wooden Gulets accommodating between eight and 12 persons you will enjoy the comfort of spacious living areas, cabins with private facilities and the services of an experienced crew.   This level of comfort, coupled with historical coastal ruins, exotic Mediterranean villages and sparkling blue waters, will make your cruise an experience to cherish forever.

Day 1 Bodru (Halicarnassus)
Board your Yacht in the afternoon for a welcome cocktail before dining onboard and overnighting.  (D)

Day 2  Bay of Bietz
Pull anchor mid-morning leaving behind the charming Bay of Bodrum and sail to the Bay of Bietz.  Spend the afternoon enjoying water activities or relaxing in the warm Mediterranean sun.  Goggles, flippers, windsurfers, canoes and fishing gear will be available.  (B, L, D)

Day 3   Mersincik
Depart at around 5.30 am into the majestic sunrise over the tranquil, blue waters - you may want to request a wake-up call!  Sail across Gokova Bay and stop at Cnidus which dates from 400 B.C.  Tonight you anchor at Mersincik, an enchanting spot three hours from Cnidus.  (B, L, D)

Day 4 Seven Islands
Today's sailing takes you to the beautiful Seven Islands.   Spend the afternoon enjoying the warm waters and sunshine or take time to explore the islands after enjoying a sumptuous picnic on shore.  (B, L, D)

Day 5  English Port
Set sail for the English Port, located near the lively city of Marmaris, a well known summer resort bustling with hotels and entertainment spots.   You have the choice of enjoying the peace of the yacht or the bustle of the city for the afternoon.  An evening meal will be served on deck. (B, L, D)

Day 6  Tuzla
Before the journey to Tuzla you anchor at Cedreae, the famous site of Cleopatra's Beach.  Mark Anthony dedicated this shore to Queen Cleopatra but when she complained it lacked sand, he ordered his ships to Alexandria to return with as much sand as possible - the same sand remains today.  From Cedreae gentle breezes will carry you to Tuzla where you will anchor for the night.  (B, L, D)

Day 7   Ciftlik
Leave early in the morning for the return trip across Gokova Bay and anchor at Ciftlik for a day of relaxation.  Your tan should be perfect by now!   (B, L, D)

Day 8   Bodrum (Halicarnassus)
In the early afternoon you bid farewell to the Captain and crew and disembark in Bodrum with wonderful memories of the cruise of a lifetime.(B)

CREWED YACHT CHARTERS
Should you wish to indulge in a sailing adventure of your choice, either for a romantic trip with a special companion or with a group of friends, you can charter a fully crewed traditional Gulet.  Onboard these roomy, sturdy vessels with spacious living areas, sundecks and cabins with private facilities, you will enjoy the utmost comfort.  The experienced skippers, who are also professional guides, will take care of all food arrangements, charting of courses and a multitude of other services to make your cruise a memorable one

Turkey

TURQUOISE CRUISES
8 Days/ 7 Nights
Cruises begin on Saturdays

The beauty of the Aegean and the Mediterranean coastline are fully captured with our Turquoise Cruises. Onboard traditional wooden Gulets accommodating between eight and 12 persons you will enjoy the comfort of spacious living areas, cabins with private facilities and the services of an experienced crew.  This level of comfort, coupled with historical coastal ruins, exotic Mediterranean villages and sparkling blue waters, will make your cruise an experience to cherish forever.

Day 1  Marmaris
Board your yacht in the afternoon for a welcome cocktail before dining and overnighting.  (D)

Day 2  Yalanci
Today you sail to the Bay of Yalanci and stop for an afternoon of watersports and sun-bathing.     (B, L, D)

Day 3 Ekincik
Leaving early in the morning, you sail to Delikada.  Following lunch you travel ashore to visit Caunus and the Lycian Rock Tombs dating back to the 6th century B.C.  Overnight at the port of Ekincik.  (B, L, D)

Day 4   Fethiye
Depart for Fethiye, a beautiful pine tree rimmed bay where you can visit the famous Sunken Baths.  Afternoon at leisure.  (B, L, D)

Day 5   Fethiye
Sail across the bay and anchor near the town, where you will have time to stroll through the shops and cafes of this picturesque fishing village. The afternoon is devoted to leisure activities.     (B, L, D)

Day 6  Bay of Aga
After sailing to the beautiful Bay of Aga, the day is yours to enjoy.        (B, L, D)

Day 7  Kadirga
Relaxation is again part of the programme, this time in the surroundings of the beautiful Bay of Kadirga.  (B, L, D)

Day 8 Marmaris
Arrive in Marmaris by 2 pm where you will disembark having enjoyed the glamour and charm of the unspoilt Turkish Mediterranean coast.  (B)

CREWED YACHT CHARTERS
Should you wish to indulge in a sailing adventure of your choice, either for a romantic trip with a special companion or with a group of friends, you can charter a fully crewed traditional Gulet.  Onboard these roomy, sturdy vessels with spacious living areas, sundecks and cabins with private facilities, you will enjoy the utmost comfort.  The experienced skippers, who are also professional guides, will take care of all food arrangements, charting of courses and a multitude of other services to make your cruise a memorable one.

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