Turkey is a land of history, culture and mythology and an amazing meeting point of east and west. The Turkish landscape is often described as a "symphony of sounds, smells and people in the most unlikely combinations". Sail in Turkey and explore the many islands, secluded coves and hidden ancient ruins of the Turkish Mediterranean.
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Göcek Bay stands out as a favorite sailing ground among Turkish and international sailors alike. The scenery is among the most beautiful in the Mediterranean with lots of coves and bays with pine trees leaning over the crystal clear waters, in which you can swim or snorkel.
The usual yacht charter route departing from Marmaris runs along the Bozburun Peninsula, past the Greek island of Symi and into the Gulf of Hisaronu. Unlike the popuar and crowded city of Marmaris, the route offers a completely tranquil setting with quiet anchorages, small coves, pristine beaches and small towns and villages with quaint restaurants all with private jetties and great local food. The area is also famous for a great number of important historical sites to explore.