Its capital is Ankara, but Istanbul is its largest and most famous city, linking Europe to Asia across the Bosphorus. Renowned for its unique architecture, bazaars, mosques and delicious food. Turkey has a rich cultural and historical heritage, and beautiful places to visit such as the coast and beaches on the Mediterranean side, Antalya, the city of Ephesus, the Black Sea coast with its green mountains and traditional villages soak in the spicy colours and scents that characterize it.


Marmaris is a popular tourist destination in Turkey. In addition to the port, a visit to Marmaris Castle, the Archaeological Museum and recommended the Grand Bazaar. The beaches of Marmaris are among the most beautiful in Turkey, with blue waters and golden sand. Enjoying traditional local cuisine with the city’s various restaurants will not be difficult. Marmaris is an excellent starting point for excursions in the surrounding area, such as the Saklikent Gorge and the town of Dalyan. One of the most popular excursions is to Cleopatra Beach, where you can swim in a turquoise sea and visit the ruins of an ancient Roman theatre.


Ekincik is a small tourist resort located in the Dalyan region on the southwestern coast of Turkey and famous for its sea caves, which could explore aboard a tender. Among the most notable are the Blue Cave and the Mud Cave. There is no shortage of typical restaurants on the beach where you can enjoy Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine. Historical places to reach by boat include the ancient town of Caunos and Iztuzu Beach, famous for Caretta Caretta sea turtles.


Gocek, on the southwestern coast of Turkey, in the Fethiye region, is an excellent base to explore one of Turkey’s most beautiful coastal areas. Her most famous beaches are Inlice and Sarsala. Gocek offers a wide choice of restaurants and places to enjoy traditional cuisine. On board the yacht, you can explore the surrounding bays and beaches or visit historical sites such as the ancient city of Tlos and the canyon of Saklikent. Every year, Gocek Bay hosts the Gocek Yacht Festival, an event which attracts worldwide sailing enthusiasts.



Oludeniz is a tourist resort in the province of Mugla. Its main attraction is the famous Oludeniz beach, known as the “blue beach.” which is located within a wind-protected bay and surrounded by unspoiled nature. The crystal clear and turquoise water makes it perfect for swimming, kayaking and paddleboarding.