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Knidos Is A Must See On A Gulet Cruise Turkey Holiday

Feel like you’re at the edge of the world when you reach the tip and last bit of the Datca peninsula. Situated in this remote part of the region is a plethora of ancient ruins in the city of Knidos. Once occupied and ruled by many civilizations, the cove is secluded, especially in the Spring and Fall months. When you set course on your blue cruise holiday, why not visit the little tucked away harbor, where you will find quite peaceful and serene.  It’s also a great place to keep safe in the event of a storm at sea.  The statue of Aphrodite is known to have been found there.

Knidos Datca Turkey
Knidos Datca Turkey
Ancient city of Knidos in the Datca peninsula, Turkey during your blue cruise yacht charter holidays
Ancient city of Knidos in the Datca peninsula, Turkey during your gulet blue cruise yacht charter holidays

When you go ashore, have a look around at the Hellenistic ruins dating back to the 4th Century B.C. Knidos is perched up on a hilltop where you can witness breathtaking views all around. If you really look out, it might even seem like you have reached the ends of the earth.  The area offers plenty to take photos and videos of and a great place to stay overnight on a gulet hire Turkey holiday.

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