The color Turquoise comes from the word Turkish because of the color of its sea.
Unique mix of European, central Asian and Middle eastern culture
Turkish cuisine is at the junction of Turkish, Arabic, Jewish and Mediterranean influences.
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Turkey gulet cruise price:
The price of gulet charter Turkey ranges from €5.000 per group per week to around €100.000. It depends on the size and category of the gulet.
The price includes: Personel assistance – Personel preparation for the cruise – Route planning – Port and tourist taxes – Support during the cruise – Fuel during the cruise – Service on board
The charter price in Turkey usually exclude The meals on board – Drinks – Private marinas – Entrances to national parks
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We’ve listed top luxury gulets to charter in Turkey and 26 of the most stunning locations to visit during your cruise.
Top 3 luxury gulets to charter in Turkey
Gulet Grande Mare:
6 cabins for 13 guests. There is a master cabin, a VIP cabin, 2 double cabins as well as a triple cabin, with separate accommodation for a crew of 5, well experienced in vip service as well as customer care.
Luxury 5 cabins gulet Wicked Felina is a 34 meters beautiful designed yacht for her guests. It was totally renovated and refreshed in 2015. She has 1 master, 2 double and 2 twin cabins, totally 10 people can accommodate on gulet.
There is a larger Bencik town located in Turkey, but Bencik in Hisarönü Bay is the small inlet located east of Datça and is the narrowest part of the peninsula.
There are no places to eat at Bencik, but the views alone are enough for a quick stopover during the day.
Before it was conquered, Knidos was ancient Greek city of Caria famous for displaying the statue of Aphrodite by Praxiteles of Athens.
You can still visit the location where the statue once remained and see the ornate marble pedestal that held the statue.
Knidos is also well-known for its amazing views and natural harbour, alongside its history.
Keci Buku (also known as Orhaniye Bay) is much like Bencik; beautiful, peaceful, and very relaxing. It’s a good spot for swimming during the day, and you can also visit the ancient Caria Bybassos ruins.
The bay is very shallow up to around 500 metres in length, so it can look quite odd to look out over the bay and see what appears to be people walking right out into the ocean!