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Gulf Of Fethiye

The amazing beauties of Fethiye Bay can only be discovered with a gulet cruise.

The southwest coast of the Aegean is a wonder of taste, with coves, coves and islets, each of which exhibits its own unique beauties. Fethiye Bay is no exception.


Gulet charter and yacht vacations are synonymous with this area. Fethiye's natural harbour is known as one of the best in this region of the Mediterranean with its modern harbour and marina. Fethiye is a city and district of Muğla province. It is located on the eastern shores of the bay, which is protected by the pine-covered Taurus mountain range. The energy of the city is felt with its luxury bars and restaurants. At the same time, the town manages to maintain the feel of a local seaside Turkish village with its quaint shops and cafes.

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Fethiye Bay is one of Turkey's most important cruise lines, as this coastline is mostly only accessible by boat. Turkey's Aegean coast is known as the birthplace of the blue voyage, which is essentially a sailing holiday with a gulet charter.

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The Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean and is surrounded by the Greek and Anatolian (Turkish) peninsulas. Turkey is a transcontinental country predominantly located on the Anatolian peninsula in Western Asia. A smaller part is in the Balkan peninsula in southeastern Europe.

Fethiye Bay was formerly known as Telmessos Bay, after the ancient city of Telmessos, where modern Fethiye sits today. The name of the city was changed to Fethiye in 1934 in honour of one of the first pilots who died while trying to complete the first flight from Istanbul to Cairo.

Here are the top 3 places you should visit during your yacht holiday in Fethiye Bay:

Butterfly Valley

Butterfly Valley is a real gem of the Turkish Riviera. This piece of paradise was declared a natural site in 1995 and is home to about 100 butterfly species. This secluded bay, which is considered one of the most beautiful places in Fethiye, can only be reached by boat. Deep blue water balanced by lush greenery and an iridescent pebble beach invites you to experience this once-in-a-lifetime experience on your Gulet charter cruise.

 

Blue Lagoon

Oludeniz is home to the exquisite Blue Lagoon. Separated by a sandbar and a narrow channel, the lagoon is one of the most photographed attractions, with its magnificent shallow waters of turquoise and aquamarine colours. Oludeniz is also one of the best places for paragliding in the world, thanks to its stable weather conditions and panoramic views.

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Turtle Beach

Turkey is one of the best beach and yacht holiday destinations in the world. It is a luxury gulet charter paradise with its most fascinating beaches, natural beauties and historical ruins and an endless coastline. One of the main attractions is Dalyan Iztuzu Beach, between the districts of Fethiye and Marmaris. Travellers will marvel at this declared sanctuary, which has been around for over 45 million years and is the breeding ground and nesting ground for the endangered Loggerhead sea turtles. The white sandy beach stretches for 6 km and forms a natural barrier between the freshwater delta of the Daylan River and the Mediterranean Sea. Nearby Kaplumbağa Beach is the Temple Tombs, where ancient Lycian tombs were carved into the rock of steep cliffs in the 4th century BC.

Fethiye Bay is indeed home to unique beauties and unique landscapes, best experienced by gulet charter.

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