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Who is this tour for?
- For active groups that are interested in seeing small local towns, like to swim and snorkel and wish to escape the most crowded places
- For people that are interested in a genuine Turkish experience, lots of amazing bays and like to relax and unwind.
Explore, Enjoy, Swim…
- Enjoy amazing, beautiful nature, beaches & bays
- Explore: small towns, villages, picturesque views and ancient sites
- Swim in stunning turquoise bays
- TOUR FLEXIBILITY: Huge. You can cruise this in 99 different ways. Lots of extra trips, activities, hiking and sightseeing options.
Arrive in Marmaris
Marmaris offers lots of restaurants and a fabulous castle of Suleyman the Magnificent and an appealing old quarter where you can shop and haggle. Bar Street is loud and full of action and the marina and harbour are nice to take a stroll around.
Turunç was once a small fishing village. Now it is developed enough to have plenty of restaurants and accommodation and a great place to visit. It is possible to walk from one end of the village to the other in about half an hour.
Some of the fun stuff you can do on this tour:
Loryma Citadel at Bozukkale
Nice little cultural hike inland
Knidos ancient city
Get a taste of history
Orhaniye jeep safari
Discover a unique village way of life
Bencik Bay Swim
Best turquoise bays
Arabian Island – Bozukkale (Loryma)
First we will find a nice bay somewhere around Arap Island for a tasty lunch and after that visit Bozukkale. You may visit the remains of the fortress there (ancient city of Loryma) or just do some swimming, surfing, canoeing and enjoying all the beautiful coves and natural beauties.
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Datca – Must Visit Fishing Village
Datca which has a zero degree of wetness (no humidity at all) and you will also have an option to see one of the purest blue waters there. Lots of opportunities for shopping and some entertainment as well. Nice beautiful streets with lots of artistic value with make you feel good and relaxed.
Aktur – Bencik
Most of the yachtsmen claim that if one does not anchor at Bencik, it means you did not sail on the Aegean cost of Turkey. This miniature fiord extends about 1.5 miles and there are tens of anchorages on both sides of the bay. This is one of the prettiest bays in Hisarönü.
If you’re in search of “real” Turkey then Selimiye is the place to come. It has a laid-back family atmosphere and it is as unspoiled as it gets. There’s still a surprisingly wide choice of cafés and restaurants there – but life is calm and easy.
Dirsek buku – Bozburun
Village life in Bozburun is geared around agriculture, fishing and the building of the traditional gulets. It is very interesting to check out the local boatyards and see how these amazing vessels are built. Dirsek Buku offers perfect shelter for a great swim and a nice restaurant. No access from land and a great place to visit.