A blue cruise is a vacation option in Turkey that allows you to explore the distinctive bays of the Aegean and Mediterranean Waters.
Turkey’s geographical position has resulted in a plethora of coves and islands. You may visit these gorgeous islands and feel the sun and the water for yourself on a blue cruise. There are numerous areas where you may practice wind sports on your blue cruise adventure when you consider the different destinations you might visit during your gulet cruises in Turkey. Take, for example, Marmaris and the Datca area.
You can travel through Turkey to the Eastern Mediterranean, all the way to Antalya, from this port. As a result, the majority of private gulet charters will only travel to Kekova, Kas, Kalkan, and Demre. You can build cruise destinations by exploring the coastal settlements of Hisaronu and Symi Bay. If you wish to travel west towards the Aegean, you may create a path that suits your needs and takes you all the way to Bodrum. The routes built specifically for wind sports, on the other hand, are unique. The coves of Datca and Hisaronu are ideal for wind sports enthusiasts. Let’s take a closer look at these bays.
Bay of Hisaronu
It’s also a community recognized for its beautiful natural environment and tranquil, pristine beaches. The winds are another aspect of Hisaronu settlement. Every year, contests in windsurfing are conducted in Hisaronu Bay. Every year, this bay, which has become well-known for its windsurfing championships, attracts many local and international guests for activities.
After Datca, it is regarded one of the top windsurfing spots in Turkey’s south. A windsurfing school is conveniently located on the beach. Hisaronu village is wonderful and highly recommended for visitors who want to spend the weekend in a calm atmosphere. You may also take advantage of this chance by anchoring at Hisaronu and dancing with the wind, especially during the blue cruise’s rotations.
The amount of boat and car traffic is low and getting to other picturesque towns in the area is simple. Hisaronu is a wonderful spot to visit all year, but especially during the hot summer months, when the winds blowing like the emerald sea serve to keep you cool. If your luxury boat rental does not include windsurfing, you may always hire one from the school for extra activities. It’s a lot of fun for the whole family when on a blue cruise.
Anchoring at the little pier on the beach in the town of Hisaronu, if your itinerary starts in Marmaris, might be a delightful option to spend portion of your yacht charter holiday in Turkey this season.
Peninsula of Datca
Between the Gulf of Gökova and Hisaronu lies the Datca peninsula in Turkey’s southwest. Datca is noted for its one-of-a-kind landscape and air, as well as its brilliant blue water, pure air, and regional cuisines. The Aegean and Mediterranean are linked by the ancient city of Knidos, where Aphrodite is fabled to have swum. Datca’s old town Flowers and stone cottages surround Datca’s ancient town, which dates from the early Hellenistic Period. It is one of the most popular ports of call for blue cruise ships. Datca was added to the cycle, particularly on the blue trip departing from Marmaris, to take advantage of the strong wind that makes it a popular destination for wind sports.
By road, Datca is 70 kilometers from Marmaris. Between June and October, there are additional ferry services from Bodrum. Windsurfers benefit the most from the steady wind that blows along the Datca Peninsula. Most of the year, there are severe winds here. This powerful breeze may be found every afternoon in July and August. As a result, it is not advised for inexperienced surfers. In Datca, there are additional facilities for individuals who desire to surf, and windsurfing instruction are also available.
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