Routes » Göcek - Oludeniz - Fethiye - Göcek
SAMPLE ITINERARIES

Saturday 01
After embarking to the vessel at 15:00 from Göcek Harbour, the service starts on board with a welcome coctail. Cruise to Göcek island..A peacefull stop for swim and relaxing. Anchor & overnight in Göcek island.

Sunday 02
After breakfast cruise will start through uniquely beautiful islands and along the coast line. Lunch at Boynuzbükü, after swimming depart to Bedri Rahmi / Tomb Bay. Tomb Bay is the site of ancient Cyra, a Carian and Lycian city state. The Carians are thought to have been natives of Asia Minor while the Lycians were driven from Crete by Minos of Knossos. The ruins date from the 5th century BCE. There are many tombs, the remains of a Roman-Byzantine bath once fed by a nearby spring, and a Cryan acropolis. This Bay named after a well known Turkish artist and a Blue Cruiser ,his name was Bedri Rahmi Eyüpoğlu he drew fish pictures on the rocks whıch you can still see them today.Overnight in Tomb bay.

Monday 03
After breakfast, again cruising in Göcek gulf and visiting some stops likely Sıralıbük, Sarsala bays and finally arriving to Hamam / Manastır bay. It is an exquisite setting of fresh, pine-fragrant air, and clear water covering Greek monastery ruins that are half submerged. An hour’s hike from the ruins is ancient Lydae. Rarely visited, Lydae features mausolea, agora foundations, statue remnants, Corinthian column sections and inscribed pedestals from the Roman and Byzantine eras.Dinner & overnight in Hamam/ Manastır bay.

Tuesday 04
After breakfast cruise to Göbün bay. This Bay is south of Domuz Island. There are olive and pine trees around it. There are also tombs and some historical artifacts at the bay. Following lunch and swimming cruise to Domuz island for coffe break Continue for anchoring and overnight in Tersane island where it is naturally protected harbour was used as the shipyard in Byzantine and Ottoman times.

Wednesday 05
Early departure via Kızıl island to Fethiye. The Gulf of Fethiye is a favorite luxury yacht charter destination in Turkey. The location has attracted people since ancient ti mes because of its natural beauty and resources .Fethiye is the main town in the area, lying just a few kilometres to the north, over the mountains. This is a fairly touristy town with a marina and far more attractions (other than the beach) than Oludeniz, such as its ancient ruins, rock tombs and well-preserved Lycian sarcophagus.
From Fethiye we may offer some optional land tours such as Saklıkent; Lying just over an hour to the south-east of Oludeniz is the Saklikent Gorge, a deep canyon carved into the Ak Dag Mountain. Powerful waters have cut a 480-metre / 1,575-foot deep slice out of the mountain and visitors are able to clamber through this gorge, enjoying some truly remarkable views. There is also good walking within the area and plenty of indigenous flora to see.
Overnight will be in Gemiler island located near the city of Fethiye. On the island are the remains of several churches built between the fourth and sixth centuries AD, along with a variety of associated buildings. Archaeologists believe it was the location of the original tomb of Saint Nicholas.

Thursday 06
Early departure from Gemiler island , cruise to Ölü Deniz. Upon arrival , breakfast will be served at the bay. Ölüdeniz remains one of the most photographed beaches on the Mediterranean. It has a secluded sandy bay at the mouth of Ölüdeniz, on a blue lagoon. The beach itself is a pebble beach. The lagoon is a national nature reserve and building is strictly prohibited. Ölüdeniz is famous for its shades of turquoise and aquamarine, and is an official blue flag beach, and is frequently rated among the top 5 beaches in the world by travelers and tourism journals alike. After swim, departure for Turunçbükü. Overnight in Turunçbükü.

Friday 07
After breakfast , follow the coast line towards Göcek Gulf. Lunch will be at the Katrancı bay. After coffee time departure for Yassıca group islands for dinner and overnight.

Saturday 08
Early departure for Göcek Port. After breakfast on board, time to transfer for Dalaman Airport. Disembarking time is 10.00am.

Depending on sea and weather conditions, OKFA Yachting reserves the right to make necessary changes in the tour programme to ensure the safety and comfort of its guests.
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