Cruise the Med on a traditional gulet ship around Turkey
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A seven-night cruise on a traditional gulet ship around Turkey, with air-conditioned cabins, full board or all-inclusive, flights and transfers
Take to the seas on a traditional wooden gulet with this seven-night cruise that sails between Turkey's islands. Kicking off in the Mediterranean resort town of Marmaris, you’ll meet your ship and spend the night docked here, before sailing on to Ekincik, where you can join an optional excursion to Dalyan Caunos, which takes in the Kings’ tombs and Caretta Caretta beach - known for its visiting turtles.
Next up is Kizilda, before spending the night in Fethiye marina, where you can take an optional tour to Saklikent National Park bus or by jeep to see the secret canyons of Tlos and Öludeniz. The next day, you'll have the chance to swim amidst the Gocek islands and you'll sail through the Yassica islands, where you'll stay overnight.
You'll visit the home of Turkish painter Bedri Rahmi and the pine-clad hills of Sarsala bay next, before spending the night in super scenic Aga Limani. Enjoy Kadriga bay next, and swim in the waters of Turunc bay before sailing past Paradise island en route back to Marmaris. After one final night in Marmaris, you'll transfer to the airport to catch your flight home.
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