Yacht Charter Orhaniye

Orhaniye is where you can see people who appear to be walking on the water, not a miracle but a spit of sand running out into the bay! Cafes and restaurants provide the perfect setting for a lazy day on the beach.

Knidos Yacht Charter

At the extreme western tip of the Datça peninsula sits Knidos (Cnidos) a city founded on Mediterranean trade in the 5th Century BC. Now almost deserted there is a perfectly protected small harbour whose history leaves the visitor reflecting upon the thousands of people who dwelt here in antiquity, in modernity there are just a handful of residents. Ruins of temples, statues and an imposing amphitheatre are just a short walk away.

Dubrovnik Yacht Charter

Dubrovnik established in the 7th century on the rock island of Laus, originally known as Ragusa, has city walls dating back to the 13th century. Dubrovnik’s ancient city walls house the Unesco protected old town buildings which in turn house modern boutiques, street cafes, bars and restaurants. Strolling around the marble streets and squares is a truly magical experience not to be missed.

Kalekoy Yacht Charter

Kalekoy, within the Kekova region, is home to the ruinous underwater city of Simena. Here submerged sarcophagi can be found amongst the remains of various buildings. Overlooked by the castle of the Knights of Rhodes with its small theatre and necropolis this tiny photogenic village exceeds all expectations

Kaş Yacht Charter

Kaş a little further to the east looks out over the Greek Island of Megisti (Kastellorizo locally) a mere 2½ miles distant. The town takes life at a leisurely pace and possesses a charm all of its own, mainly unsullied by mass tourism yet popular among the more discerning tourist Kaş seems to have the balance just right.

Kaputas Yacht Charter

The beach at Kaputas can be a worthwhile visit to enjoy the fine yellow sand and gently breaking sea.

Patara Yacht Charter

At 7½ miles (12 km) from end to end Patara beach ranks high on the list of the worlds beaches, not only for length but also for quality. Unspoilt by tourist development and home to the ruins of ancient Patara city, just landward of the beach, the whole area is a tableau of natural and historic beauty.

Nearby Kalkan is a little secret well kept from the casual tourist. This small historic town stretches up the hillside via winding streets eventually giving an impeccable view over the bay below.

Oludeniz Yacht Charter

Oludeniz or the Blue Lagoon in English has a literal translation of “Dead Sea” mainly due to the fact that it has calm water even in the severest of storms. Blue Lagoon is a rather more apt name referring directly to the colour of the water. Surrounded by wooded hillsides and under the protection of Mount Babadağ Oludeniz is a true picture postcard destination.

Gemiler Island Yacht Charter

Gemiler Island (the Island of Boats) plays host to a plethora of ruinous churches and houses from the Byzantine period, also known as St Nicholas Island because it is believed his tomb is amongst the many upon the island.

Fethiye Yacht Charter

The town of Fethiye is a great place to catch some more upbeat entertainment this popular holiday destination caters for the more energetic night owl with panache. The discos and bars however, don’t detract from the plentiful beaches, markets and restaurants which make a visit to Fethiye well worthwhile in their own right.