The top 5 blue cruise routes in the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea of Turkey. Summer conjures up images of the sea, the sun, and vacations. How about adding a boat to all this this summer?
Private boat cruises are available. As Mirya Yachting, we’ve compiled a list of the top 5 blue cruise routes available this year. It is tailored to the needs of the visitors and provides the chance to spend time in pristine bays with a small group of people. People who are bored of congested cities and hotel vacations are interested in a gulet or luxury yacht charter tour.
Mirya Yachting realizes all our guests’ vacation wishes and collaborates with our professional crew to provide them with an amazing experience. If you are ready to go on one of those unforgettable blue voyages you have heard so much about, let’s have a look at the top blue voyage routes from Turkey and across the world before making your preparations.
Top 5 Blue Cruise Routes in Turkey
- Fethiye-Marmaris is the ideal short or weekly vacation spot
If you just have four days to spare this summer, Fethiye-Marmaris should be your new destination. You may explore the most beautiful bays in the Mediterranean in a brief period with several options such as 3 nights, 4 days, or 4 nights and 5 days, and you will not miss the blue cruise journey. **Usuallay 2-3-4 days blue cruise made by motor yachts.**
Paradise coves like as Gocek, Aquarium Bay, Shipyard Island, and Kumlubuk are among the spots you may visit on this short tour. The boats normally leave early in the morning and anchor in the bay where you will spend the night. Marmaris is a well-equipped city for going ashore and exploring the wonders of Marmaris following the blue cruise. Marmaris is a popular tourist destination due to its vibrant nightlife, beautiful bays, and covered market, which has everything you need.
- Bodrum-Gokova Bay is a suitable place to have fun and relax
The first and most major step in planning your blue cruise is deciding on a route. Whichever of the Mediterranean and Aegean paradise bays you select, this will be one of the most memorable vacations of your life. However, before deciding on a route, consider what you want to get out of this vacation and then select the path that best fits your responses. If your goal for your trip to the heart of the blue is to get away from the crowds of the city while also relaxing and having fun, Bodrum-Gokova is the finest route to choose.
The boats sailing from Bodrum return to Bodrum via Orak Island, Seven Islands, Cleopatra Island, Kargili, and Yaliciftlik, and the journey normally lasts 8 days. It is perfect for a day of swimming in the Aegean’s most picturesque coves and seeing the nearby ancient sites. With this excursion, you may observe the meeting of history with green and blue while extending your vacation and making the most of your time.
- Dodecanese cross-border route
While roaming the most magnificent bays of the Mediterranean and Aegean, you are not confined to our nation. Boats operating from Bodrum, Fethiye, and Marmaris may also take you to the Greek Islands. Furthermore, for a short-term vacation to these islands, you can now use the ‘visa application at the door’ option. It is enough to bring your passport and other documents to the tour company a few days before the tour to do this.
The ‘Southern Dodecanese Islands,’ which include the islands of Kos, Symi, and Rhodes, are one of the most popular itineraries. There are ancient cities, exciting nightlife, delectable cuisine, and a little bit of everything you might want from a trip. In a voyage to the Middle Ages, you will find a bustling and exciting nightlife in Kos, beautiful buildings built among trees that appear like they sprang out of a picture in Symi, and a medieval castle and narrow alleyways in Rhodes.
Take a look at the gulet website if you want to do your cruise aboard one of Mirya Yachting’s gulets in one of these rotations.
- Green on both sides Datca-Bozburun
In recent years, Datca and Bozburun have become popular destinations for sea and sun vacations. The natural and geographical beauty of both towns is one of the reasons behind this. The fact that all the bays are bordered by vast trees is another unique aspect of this location. Datca-Bozburun is the route for you if you are looking for a route with lots of oxygen. Those who view the plants and trees here are charmed. Normally, boats crossing Hisaronu Bay and the Bozburun Peninsula anchor in Serce Harbor and the neighboring bays. The ancient city of Loryma and the Turunc road are then visited.
The ability to dive is one of the most essential benefits of this approach. By diving into the nearby ancient ruins, you may explore the depths of the water.
- Selimiye is the route for this year
Marmaris, Bodrum, Fethiye, Gocek or the Greek Islands are the most popular blue cruise destinations in Turkey and the Mediterranean. However, due to the elevated level of interest each year, bays such as Aquarium and Turunc can get overcrowded throughout the summer. Selimiye is one of the quietest and most serene options if your goal for the Turkey gulet charter is to rest in a calm and quiet bay rather than have fun.
Selimiye has been more popular in recent years, attracting both domestic and international visitors seeking serenity. There are fewer boats here than in other bays, and since people who like you come here for the peace and quiet, the atmosphere is typically serene and enjoyable. This is the spot to go unless it is packed, such as around the holidays. Furthermore, there are a number of really opulent dining options in the area, including Turgutkoy and the waterfall, both of which are near to Selimiye and where you may walk ashore and embark on a jeep safari.
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