Sue & Captain Oktay Aşık
Arkadaslik Gulet - Göcek Harbour, Muğla, Turkey
+90 (535) 738 83 90 (English)
+90 (544) 510 64 30 (Turkish)
Exploring the Turquoise Coast
Popular Blue Cruise destinations along the Mediterranean coast of Turkey
Located just south of the Göcek Islands region, Ağa Limanı is the perfect anchorage to position the boat before venturing farther afield. The bay features spectacular views, incredibly clear water, amazing wildlife and historic ruins.
Named for ruins of an ancient citadel on the tip of the peninsula, Bozukkale is a bit off the beaten path, but well-worth a visit if you enjoy history and nature.
Turkey's valley of butterflies is only accessible by boat, and, with no electricity or wifi connection, is a great place to disconnect from the busy-ness of everday life.
Including Dalyan, the Dalyan Delta, the open air museum of Kaunos, Iztuzu Beach, and nearby Ekincik.
Including Datça, Palamut Bükü, and the open air museum at Knidos.
Home to the ruins of several churches honouring St. Nicholas, Gemiler Island offers a great day of fun for history loving adventurers travelling near Fethiye.
Simply spectacular! Delightfully diverse! Göcek is a popular yachting hub on the Turquoise Coast and, for good reason, many venture no farther than the glorious Göcek Islands.
A laid-back Turkish resort town with a Greek feel.
Home to the best scuba diving in Turkey.
A bustling resort town with a well-restored castle in the main harbour area.
Open air museum and active archaeological site, famed for once being home to St. Nicholas, in the modern-day town of Demre, Antalya, Turkey.
With its white sand beach and sparkling turquoise water, this is Turkey's most photographed stretch of coastline.
The ruins of a Byzantine-era castle built by the Knights of Rhodes, and the best home-made ice cream on the Turquoise Coast.
Named after St. Nicholas of Myra, half a million visitors attend the church-turned-museum each year.
Once a bustling harbour, earthquakes and storms have toppled the original city into the water surrounding Kekova island.