Fethiye – Kekova – Fethiye Blue Cruise Tour Turkey is a perfect vacation to explore one of the most beautiful coasts in Turkey with a private and luxury Turkish Gulet, Motor yacht, and Sailing Yacht with a private bathroom. Mediterranean coasts are waiting for you to start an amazing Blue Cruise Turkey; St Nicholas Island, Fethiye, Oludeniz, Gemiler Island, Butterfly Valley, Yesilkoy, Kas, Kale Ucagiz, Kekova, Gokkaya, Demre, Kalkan, Kaputas Beach, Samanlik Bay, Turunc Pinari.
Fethiye’s world-famous beach Oludeniz has always maintained its place in the list of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Oludeniz, a natural wonder where green and blue meet, got its name because its water is flat like a sheet. Due to its location, Oludeniz is always warm, just like a lake. Oludeniz, where there are many beautiful beaches, is also a constant point of blue cruise routes. In the turquoise waters of Oludeniz beaches, you can do many activities such as jet-skiing, sailing, surfing, and add entertainment to your holiday.
Gemiler Island is an island where nature and history are intertwined, located 9 km from Fethiye. Gemiler Island only can be reached by boats departing from Belcekiz beach or by road. After setting foot on the island, you can reach the island’s top by following unique walking paths. You can see Oludeniz, the Butterflies Valley, and the Gulf of Gocek. If you are a history enthusiast, you should see the Byzantine church ruins on the island. Rumors that the region is the center of the spread of Christianity also make the island important for Christian tourists. Gemiler Bay, located opposite Gemiler island, offers visitors a unique view along with its magnificent nature. The presence of an open-air church is of historical importance in the bay and is 1st. a degree site that has led to a fee for entry to the area. After entering the bay for a small fee, you can enjoy the sea, sun, nature. In addition, you can admire the mosaics found at the base of the historic church.
Butterfly Valley, one of the most famous bays of Turkey, is an untouched natural wonder, surrounded by mountains at an altitude of 350 meters, located 9 km from Oludeniz, without land transportation. It got its name from dozens of butterflies found in the valley. It was declared a first-degree site because of the endemic butterflies. Although it takes a little climbing to see the rare butterflies in the valley, the view is worth seeing. In the middle of the valley is a 50 m high waterfall that empties into the Mediterranean Sea. You can sunbathe as you wish on the 300 m Long Beach in the Butterfly Valley, where boat tours do not pass without stopping. You can go on a butterfly tour and find peace with the sound of a small waterfall that flows all year round.
Fethiye’s world-famous beach Oludeniz has always maintained its place in the list of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Oludeniz, a natural wonder where Yesil and Blue meet, got its name from the fact that its water is flat like a sheet. Due to its location, Oludeniz is still and warm, just like a lake. Oludeniz, where there are many beautiful beaches, is also a constant point of blue cruise routes. In the turquoise waters of Oludeniz beaches, you can do many activities such as jet-skiing, sailing, surfing, and add entertainment to your holiday.
Gemiler Island is an island where nature and history are intertwined, located 9 km from Fethiye. Gemiler Island can be reached by boats departing from Belcekiz beach or by road. After setting foot on the island, you can reach the top of the island by following unique walking paths, and you can see Oludeniz, the Valley of butterflies, and the Gulf of Gocek. If you are a history enthusiast, you should see the Byzantine church ruins on the island. Rumors that the region is the center of the spread of Christianity also make the island important for Christian tourists. Gemiler Bay, located opposite Gemiler island, offers visitors a unique view along with its magnificent nature. The presence of an open-air Church of historical importance in the Bay and 1. the fact that it is a degree site has led to a fee for entry to the area. After entering the bay for a small fee, you can enjoy the sea, sun, nature. You can admire the mosaics found at the base of the historic church.
Butterfly Valley, one of the most famous bays of Turkey, is an untouched natural wonder, surrounded by mountains at an altitude of 350 meters, located 9 km from Oludeniz, without land transportation. It got its name from dozens of butterflies found in the Valley and was declared a first-degree site because of the endemic butterflies it has. Although it takes a little climbing to see the rare butterflies in the valley, the view you will see is worth the trouble. In the middle of the valley is a 50 m high waterfall that empties into the Mediterranean Sea. You can sunbathe as you wish on the 300 m Long Beach in the Butterfly Valley, where boat tours do not pass without stopping. You can go on a butterfly tour and find peace with the sound of a small waterfall that flows all year round.
Yeslikoy is a small village under the surrounding mountains. The town name means green village. Its purpose was to provide shelters to the farmers. Over time, it grew into a small farming community that species in olives and maquis.
Kaş is a seaside town on the Mediterranean coast in southwestern Turkey. The modern town occupies the site of ancient Antiphellos, with still-visible ruins, including a theater. The 4th-century-B.C. Lion Tomb, with 2 carved lion heads, is one of many Lycian rock tombs in the area. The town center has whitewashed houses and buildings covered in bougainvillea. The Lycian Way, a marked trail, passes by the town. It is also a restocking location for the Blue Cruises, so while your crew is stocking up, you can either relax in town or take a scuba diving moment. You also can see the Greek island of Meis, just offshore. The town is linked by modern roads and is also an excellent base for exploring the local archeological sites and regional history.
Üçağız Village, the hidden paradise of Antalya, is one of the most beautiful villages in the world, home to the historical ruins of the Lycian civilization. Lycian sarcophagi on the edge of the sea almost salute those who pass by boat and show the history. The village is busy with day trips. However, its untouched natural beauty, the azure sea, is the center of attention for those who want to spend a quiet day in the historical ruins. Declared a first-degree natural site, The Village offers a fairytale journey with monumental tombs, a sunken city, wooden hostels. The village of Üçağız, which has a natural harbor view, is also frequented by tour boats. After getting off the boat and setting foot in the village, you can eat your fish against the sea in the fish restaurants on the beach. You can witness the history by walking on the historical Lycian Way; you can see the ancient ruins.
Kekova is famous for its city dating from the flooded Lycian civilization. The area, called the sunken city, was submerged due to earthquakes that occurred in ancient times, and ye turned the bottom of the water into a hidden paradise. As a result of the shooting, they discovered a whole ancient city under the water. The ruins of the sunken city on the water fascinate the beholders. Diving is prohibited as the area is under a protected area. But tour boats pass nearby every day, and the water is so clear that you can see the city at the bottom even from above. The remaining parts of the ancient city rise from the cliffs in all their glory. It welcomes thousands of tourists every year due to its historical features and the cleanest sea of the Mediterranean Sea. Dinner and overnight in Kekova.
Gokkaya & Demre
Gökkaya Bay, which stands out for its large and small cliffs, is one of the most beautiful bays of Demre on Kekova Island, located in the district of Demre. No bay beach area is stuck between cliffs, admires those who see it with its clear and clean sea, but it is very suitable for swimming. The fact that mountains surrounded it ensured that the ships were sheltered. The bay doesn’t get wind in any way. Therefore, it is pretty safe to stay at night on Sea Blue cruise boats like sheets. At night, the environment is relatively calm and quiet. During the day, Gokkaya Bay traffic is quite heavy. Day boats anchor here for lunch and a swimming break. Having cold water sources on the ground has caused it to be cold, but it is delightful to swim and canoe here. The rocky structure and clarity of the water are also very suitable for diving. During the day, you can see diving boats in the bay. While resting on the deck, you can watch the ruins of the Lycian civilization on the cliffs and witness the history.
Kalkan, a charming holiday resort in the Kas – District of Antalya, is the region that Herodotus refers to as “the closest place to the stars in the world.” Kalkan, one of the places in great demand, especially for British tourists, is a highly developed region and small and cute. It is a resort town with many natural and historical beauties around it. Every year, it welcomes thousands of tourists as a section of paradise where the Taurus Mountains howl with the Mediterranean Sea.
Kaputas Beach is located in the Kaş district of Antalya. It is about 20 kilometers from the district center. The color of the sea is turquoise as a result of the water flowing underground from the beach. Apart from this, Kaputas has a beach with a mixture of sand and gravel with cool water. About a meter of the sea is white sand, but there are small stones after a meter. To descend to Kaputas Beach, a canyon mouth beach, you can reach the beach by descending the famous 187 step stairs.
In the Fethiye district of Muğla province, the small Samanlik part of the bays is divided into large Samanlik Bay and small Samanlik Bay, which remain in the Fethiye Peninsula. Although this is compared many times, the location, beach, and sand differ. Local and foreign tourists can see every shade of green and blue in this bay, especially in summer. The Samanlik Bay has a clear, clean sea-like dark glass. You know, they say it has a sea like an aquarium, and that’s how you can meet fish when you swim. There are 2 Piers for jumping into the sea at the beach of Samanlik Bay. Especially for young people, this pier is complete entertainment. The sea of Samanlik Bay is relatively stagnant and beautiful. Being shallow is of great importance, especially for families with children. Children can quickly enter the sea. If you want to say that the beach is a mixture of sand and gravel, families with children should bring sea shoes.
It is one of the bays of Fethiye known as Oyuktepe Bay. The bay gets its name from the citrus trees found around it. Transportation is limited to the bay, which is about 8 kilometers from the center. Transportation is usually provided by boats departing from the port. Trees surround the bay. As if nature had tried to hide this beauty by embracing it. Surrounded by pine, olive, sandalwood, Laurel, and Pinar trees, the bay is covered with citrus trees. It is believed that the bay got its name from these citrus trees. Besides all these greens, the turquoise color of the sea is added to the middle of an entire holiday air. It is a place that can be preferred by those who want to make a secluded getaway in a quiet and quiet environment alone with nature. Another of the most prominent features of the bay is that spring water comes out of them. It is a common source of drinking water. Maybe that’s where the spring name comes derives. A tracking path that follows this water source also offers a beautiful experience for hiking lovers. Suppose you want to introduce the bay in a single sentence. In that case, we can say that it is a paradise hidden in a valley with charming beauty between high hills that descend decidedly towards the sea.
After completing your amazing 8 Days Blue Cruise Turkey, we are arriving in Fethiye to return; take a moment to enjoy the city one more time. If possible, don’t go back immediately; walk around the market site, soak in the last days of Turkey. Enjoy the final shopping and sense the beautiful smells and taste of local cuisine. If you have the time, stay overnight and enjoy one last romantic evening or exciting bar nightlife. Once you leave, the memories remain for a lifetime.
A well-liked departure location for blue cruises is the Turkish coastal town of Fethiye. It’s no surprise that this location has drawn tourists from all over the world with its fascinating history, gorgeous beaches, and blue oceans.
A classic wooden sailing boat called a gulet can be used to see the beautiful Turkish coast. You may see the genuine beauty of the Mediterranean while relaxing in the comfort and elegance of a well-appointed ship by setting out on a gulet cruise from Fethiye to Kas.
The Turkish Riviera, sometimes referred to as the Turquoise Coast, is a section of coastline that offers a singular fusion of ancient history, charming villages, and crystal-clear waters. A great way to experience this wonderful area is on the trip from Fethiye to Kas.
The Lycian rock tombs, which were carved into the cliffs around Fethiye, are a must-see sight. These prehistoric graves from the fourth century BCE show how skilled the Lycian people were and give us a fascinating look into the past.
There is a beautiful beach and a wide variety of butterflies in this remote valley, which is only accessible by boat. The verdant surroundings offer a peaceful setting for a day of rest and exploration.
With its white sand beaches and calm, turquoise water, Ölüdeniz is the definition of heaven. A must-stop on your gulet cruise is the Blue Lagoon, a protected marine reserve that is a well-liked location for swimming, snorkeling, and paragliding.
The ruins of a Byzantine village can be found on the historic Gemiler Island. You will feel as though you have traveled back in time as you stroll among the old churches and buildings. Don’t forget to visit the island’s highest point to witness a magnificent sunset.
A lovely coastal village called Kalkan is well-known for its whitewashed houses, cobblestone lanes, and vivid bougainvillea. Go leisurely through the town, eat at one of the many waterfront eateries, or just unwind on one of the area’s beautiful beaches.
Kaputaş Beach, a little but gorgeous beach with clear seas, is tucked between high cliffs. This beach, a well-liked area for swimming and tanning, is a must-see location on your blue cruise.
Xanthos was once the capital of the ancient Lycian civilization. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See the rich history of this ancient city by exploring the spectacular ruins, which include the amphitheater, the Nereid Monument, and the Harpy Tomb.
The underwater city of Kekova is an extraordinary and alluring sight. You will be astounded by the ruins of this long-gone civilization, which are now the habitat of an abundance of marine species, as your gulet sails over them.
The picturesque village of Kaleköy, which is only accessible by boat, surrounds Simena’s remains. Explore the old castle, meander through the village’s winding lanes, and take in the breathtaking views of the surroundings.
It’s crucial to pick the ideal gulet for your cruise. Before making your choice, take into account the staff, amenities, and size. For your comfort and enjoyment, many gulets have individual staterooms, en-suite toilets, and roomy sun terraces.
Between May and October, when the weather is nice and the seas are calm, is the best time to take a blue cruise. But, if you want less crowding, think about scheduling your trip during April, May, September, or October.
It’s crucial to remember necessities like sun protection, swimsuits, cozy clothing, and a hat when packing for your blue cruise. A lightweight jacket for chilly evenings should also be packed, as should a waterproof bag to keep your possessions safe while on beach excursions.
The best way to experience Turkey’s breathtaking Turquoise Coast is to take a gulet cruise from Fethiye to Kas. You will remember this trip for the rest of your life because of its rich history, beautiful scenery, and quaint villages.