Situated on the boat charter Mediterranean border is the Gulf of Hisaronu. Travelers sailing from the Bodrum region of the Aegean or the Antalya or Fethiye regions of the Mediterranean can explore this magnificent area situated on the border where the Mediterranean sea meets the Aegean.
About Dirsek Buku
Based on recent travels this year (2012), the blue cruise coastal route of Hisaronu is determined to be on the way to becoming the new crowds’ attraction in the coming years. Boat charter travelers are lured away from the overwhelming boat sailing crowds in Gocek, and using Hisaronu as their get-a-way region for peace and quiet. If you have been to Istanbul, one can say that the crowd volume of yacht, boat and sailboat traffic, between Gocek and Fethiye resembles the famous Bagdad Street in Istanbul.
However Hisaronu remains relatively still and quiet. Situated in the Gulf of Hisaronu, the seaside town of Bencik is considered one of the deepest fjords in Turkey. In the event of storms while anchored in Hisaronu gulf, boat charters traveling in Southern Turkey choose Dirsek Buku as their most ideal shelter due to its wide open bay. Back in the day, when only five to ten boats would drop anchor in Dirsek Buku, today you can find anywhere from 60 – 70 boat charters who have made it their resting and relaxation spot while on holidays.
Dirsek Buku is a timeless place to anchor and stay overnight. It’s a place that preserves your energy if not replenishes it. The peace, the quiet, the breathtaking scenery and clear waters is ultimately alluring.
If you are traveling on a boat charter Mediterranean style, then one of the must-see places should be the leading Gulf of Hisaronu and the perfect shelter; Dirsek Buku.
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