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Sailing Turkey – Fethiye to Bodrum

Resort:Sailing Turkey - Fethiye to Bodrum
Operator: G Adventures
Destination: Turkey
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Over View

When it comes to beautiful coastlines and natural geographic wonders, it’s hard to beat the Turkish Riviera. On this sailing adventure, you’ll cruise along the area known as the Lycian Way, a popular destination with a long-standing maritime culture. That said, there are still many off-the-beaten-path treasures waiting to be discovered and you’ll have the perfect opportunity to do so in between snorkelling, swimming in open water, relaxing in mud baths, and enjoying Turkey’s beaches. Living aboard our state-of-the-art catamaran means you’ll never have to go without.

Itineraries

Day 1 Fethiye

Join the group at 5pm for a welcome meeting and safety briefing aboard the catamaran. Enjoy the first night in the port of Fethiye. Relax on board or spend the evening exploring this ancient Lycian town.

Day 2 FethiyeGcek Adas

Enjoy eight breathtaking days exploring the beautiful and rugged coast of Turkey. Escape to secluded beaches, swim in crystal-clear turquoise waters, and marvel at ruins from ancient civilizations.

Day 3 Gcek AdasTersane Adas

Continue to Tersane Adasi and Haman, two tiny islands with a lot to offer.

Day 4 Tersane AdasEkincik

Set sail towards Dalyan and Ekincik, two more beautiful locations on our route.

Day 5 EkincikMarmaris

Head towards Marmaris, a town nestled between two mountains. There are plenty of activities to do here.

Day 6 MarmarisBozukkale

Continue on towards Bozukkale, a ruined citadel on a beautiful headland overlooking the Rhodes Channel.

Day 7 BozukkaleBozburun

Continue on towards Bozburun, a tiny town famous for its honey.

Day 8 BozburunData

Set sail towards Data, a charming little fishing village.

Day 9 DataKnidos

Continue towards the ancient ruin site of Knidos.

Day 10 KnidosBodrum

Sail past the castle of St Peter and the sheet cliffs of Mersincik to reach Turkey’s sailing hub of Bodrum. Depart from the boat in the morning.