From Bodrum or Marmaris (Turkey), to the north or south of the Dodecanese (Greece) on a private cruise aboard a schooner. The gulet charter has become, in recent years, a growing attraction for those seeking a perfect, safe and cheap holiday.
Right where the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean meet, Bodrum Bay appears, a charming place that guards one of the most attractive cities in Turkey, Bodrum, the ancient Halicarnassus.
Among the charms of one of the most important historical ports, are the waters of its beaches where multicolored sponges of all shapes and sizes appear, in addition to octopuses and a wide variety of aquatic life.
Bodrum is well known for its shipyards since ancient times. There are two typical boats in the city: tirhandil, with the bow and stern pointed and the gulet with a wide bottom and a rounded stern.
In addition, Bodrum is one of the best major leisure centers in the country. Nightclubs (some cabaret) and lively nightclubs that remain open until dawn.
Bodrum takes on special relevance, being one of the departure ports for numerous 7-day schooner cruises, which travel the Turkish coast, the famous Blue Cruise, along a beautiful coast as you get away from the routines and explore the numerous coves. A blue cruise allows you to wake up, every day with a new perspective.
Visiting the Dodecanese Islands, in Greece, from Bodrum, is another option that you can not miss, for something, it is subject to increasing demand.
Starting from Bodrum, we head to Kos, the island of Hippocrates to visit, the castle of the Knights of the order of Saint John, and discover incomparable beauty. Start living the vacation of a lifetime on the exciting and beautiful island of Kos.
Continue on your cruise to Leros that shows its funniest and brightest side at night. Bars, discos and nightclubs with local bouzouki music await you in Panteli, Agia Marina and Lakki. The island of Patmos deserves to be called a pearl in the seas of the Aegean Sea. In addition to its beauty and contemporary offerings, the island of Patmos is rich in religious history, commemorating an important point in Christian theology. We will visit Lipsi; One of the smallest islands found at the northern end of the Dodecanese chain that runs down the west coast of Turkey.
We will return to Bodrum, stopping at Aqvarium Bay and finally arrive at Bodrum Harbor for dinner. The next day and after breakfast, we say goodbye, looking forward to the next opportunity to see each other again.