Gulf Of Hisaronu
Gulf Of Hisaronu, which must be seen
The idyllic shores of the Aegean Sea are home to the most beautiful coves and beaches. In fact, if there is a place that everyone should visit at least once in their life, it is said to be the Aegean Sea.
The Aegean Sea, named after the Athenian King Aigeas (Aegeus), is an arm of the Mediterranean Sea located between the Greek and Anatolian peninsulas. Turkiye and Greece are the only two countries with a coast on the Aegean Sea.
The southwestern coast of Anatolia is known as the Turkish Riviera, so it goes without saying that the best way to take in the sights and sounds of this magnificent coastline is on a gulet cruise by sea. The Gulf of Hisaronu is one of the most sought-after regions of the Anatolian peninsula. This awe-inspiring coastline appeals to travellers from around the world who want to soak up the treasures of these magical turquoise waters. The mountainous seashore, filled with pine, oak, and myrtle trees, cascades down to tranquil beaches, where some of the most breathtaking views of the surrounding region are hidden.
The warm, Mediterranean climate around the bay is softened by the cooling winds, creating ideal sailing conditions and a perfect playground for water sports, especially windsurfing and kitesurfing, which are popular in the area. The sailing paradise of the Turkish Riviera experiences one of its longest sailing seasons, from April to mid-October. June to August are the hottest months.
Visitors to the Hisaronu Bay area are fascinated by the small, friendly villages that perfectly reflect the Turkish way of life in the region and the hospitality of the islanders. Boutique shopping and amazing culinary experiences capture the best Turkey has to offer. The unspoiled fishing village of Selimiye has become one of the most popular attractions in Hisaronu Bay in recent years. The history of Selimiye dates back hundreds of years. A visit to this village full of archaeological finds will reveal the remains of three castles in different places, including the remains of city walls from the Hellenistic region. Other valuable places in Selimiye include the bastion, monastery and theatre built to guide boats on the shore.
Hisaronu Bay is famous for its natural beauty and clear waters. The dramatic backdrop is awe-inspiring as they dive into the azure Aegean Sea, which gives life to an abundance of fish and cultivates fertile soils that produce the mouthwatering best fresh produce.