Other Places


Dalyan Caunos

Iztuzu Beach in Dalyan, which is located on the main channel between Koycegiz Lake and the Mediterranean Sea, is one of the beaches where sea turtles, Caretta Caretta, lay their eggs. In the city, there is also the historic city of Kaunos, which is less developed due to its distance from the major road of 12 kilometres. On the Karya-Lycian border, Kaunos, one of Miletos’ twin children, founded the ancient city on the opposite side of the Dalyan Strait. In ancient times, Kaunos was a port city, but it eventually moved inland from the coast. Dalyan‘s prominent emblem has always been the rock tombs at the city’s entrance. In addition, the city is surrounded by around 3 kilometers. Kaunos was a sophisticated city in ancient times, as evidenced by the extensive defense walls, stoa, agora, fountain, bath, theatre, and temple ruins. The only way to get to Kaunos is by boat from Dalyan. Furthermore, if you are rent a boat for a weekly blue cruise, a visit to Dalyan will add color to your blue cruise. Gulet anchors in Ekincik, which is located on the Fethiye-Marmaris-Fethiye blue cruise route. You can get a small infantry boat and go on a river trip that includes Dalyan, rock tombs, and Iztuzu beach from the rental boat (mud bath).

Is Dalyan Included in The Boat Rental Prices During the Blue Cruise?

No, unfortunately, this service is not included in the boat rental fee you pay. Since the depth of the yacht, you rent is not suitable for navigating the river, small fishing boats will take you around. Therefore, boat and entrance fees are extra. If you have a gulet charter on the Fethiye or Marmaris route, you can discuss the sailing cruise details and fees with your sales representative.

Air transportation to the city is provided by Dalaman Airport, which is 30 km away. The distance of Dalyan to Mugla is 94 km. It is 284 km from Izmir, 191 km from Bodrum, 247 km from Antalya. and 60 km from Fethiye. is at a distance.



Datca, which is located at the junction of the Aegean and the Mediterranean, is preferred by both local and foreign tourists seeking alternatives to crowded tourist locations and who like to enjoy a quiet, peaceful vacation in the company of nature. Furthermore, many intellectuals who have become symbols of our art and literature chose to live in the city.

The city, which has hosted many great civilizations and whose first known habitation date is 4000 years ago, attracts attention with its historical texture as well as its clean beaches and natural beauty.

One of the most important reasons for the city to remain untouched can be considered as the detour of the road. If you want to reach by road, you can reach Datca by following a narrow and winding road, with the sign leaving Marmaris. The distance of the city to Marmaris is 71 km. The distance of Datca to Mugla, the city centre, is 139 km. It is 273 km from k, 192 km from Fethiye, 180 km from Bodrum. is at a distance. You can also prefer ferry services to Bodrum. If you want to reach the city by air, 162 km. away from Dalaman Airport will be the best choice.

What is the best way to get to Datca?

If you prefer a gulet charter starting in Bodrum, you can stop in Datca on the 2nd or 6th day. If you prefer a blue cruise starting in Marmaris or Bozburun, you can stop in Datca on the 3rd or 4th day. You can take a city tour as well as visit important historical sites. If you want, we may arrange for an air-conditioned vehicle to pick you up from your yacht charter in Datca Port or take you on a guided tour. You may integrate art and history into your yacht charter holiday this way. The following are some of the city’s historical, cultural, and artistic attractions.



Demre, located west of Antalya, is one of Antalya’s most fascinating tourist districts, with its ancient cities and natural wonders. The city’s foundation dates from the 5th century BC, and it is considered one of Lycia’s most important cities. Myra was the city’s previous name, and it is thought that the name comes from the Myra oil produced by the myrtle plant. During the Byzantine period, the city, which had grown and prospered under Roman rule, became an important administrative and religious center. The city, which is also the center of the diocese, has held a significant position in the Christian world since St. Nicholas served as a bishop there at the beginning of the fourth century AD.

The distance between the city and the airport is 158 kilometers. The nearest airport is Antalya Airport, which is 192 kilometers away. Dalaman Airport, which is a short distance away, provides it. The distance of Demre to the city center of Antalya is 147 km. It is 480 km from Izmir, 251 km from Burdur, 288 km from Denizli, 282 km from Mugla, 379 km from Bodrum, 271 km from Marmaris, 149 km from Fethiye. , 173 km from Gocek, 45 km from Kas. and 68 km from Kalkan. is at a distance.

Kas, Antalya


With its natural beauties in the westernmost part of Antalya, Kas is one of Antalya’s most popular districts. With its history, culture, and clean sea and bays, there are many places to visit and see. The history of the city dates back to 2000 BC. The region, which formed a connection point between Caria and Lycia, became one of the important trade centers of the period. After a brief period under the rule of Alexander the Great, the city passed through the hands of Rome and Byzantium, where it flourished. Lycians in 2000 BC, Persians in 546 BC, Hellenes in 336 BC, Romans in 65 BC, Byzantines in 395 AD, Seljuks in 1085 AD, Teke Principality in 1308 AD, respectively. It was captured by the Kingdom of Cyprus in 1361, by the Ottomans in AD 1426, and by the Italians during World War I. Finally, in 1921, as a part of the Republic of Turkey, Antalya was recognized as a city.

Kas, a charming town with turquoise waters and perhaps the most intriguing region among the blue cruise routes, is a charming town that many of our domestic and international guests prefer to visit during their boat vacations. Weekly boat rentals from Kas allow you to cruise on the Kekova (to the east) or Fethiye (to the west) routes, and you can add colour to your blue cruise by including ruins visits in your private boat charter planning.

Dalaman Airport, which is 148 kilometers away, is the closest airport to the city. Antalya Airport is 205 kilometers away. The distance of Kas to the city center of Antalya is 190 km. It is 437 km from Izmir, 221 km from Burdur, 291 km from Denizli, 239 km from Mugla, 336 km from Bodrum, 228 km from Marmaris, 106 km from Fethiye., 130 km from Gocek, 45 km from Demre. and 25 km from Kalkan. is at a distance. Also 9 km from the city. There are also regular ferry services to the island of Meis, which is far away.


Ephesus – Pamukkale


Ephesus is a region in the Selçuk District of Izmir with an 8600-year history. In terms of religion, culture, and archeology, it is regarded as one of the world’s most significant locations. This region is extremely important to Turkey, particularly in terms of tourism.

The Ancient City is the first thing that springs to mind when Ephesus is discussed. Ephesus has actually been transferred four times throughout history owing to battles. Be a result, Ephesus is referred to as a region that spans a large area. What are the best locations to see in Ephesus?

When we visit Ephesus, what should we do?
The historical structures that we see today in Ephesus date from the Roman era. Artemis Temple, which was built by Lydian King Creseus and is one of the world’s seven wonders, is what made Ephesus renowned. Of course, the temple is now simply a few columns and stone fragments. Ephesus’ most notable feature is that it has hosted a diverse range of religions, races, and cultures. This is a point where there is no room for error. Similarly, Izmir is becoming one of Turkey’s most tolerant cities. One of the most visited places in Ephesus is the Church of the Virgin Mary. Christians from all over the world come to this church to pray and experience a flood of emotions. Entrance to the Ancient City of Ephesus is 100 TL per person. Guided walking tours usually take 2 hours. If you want to visit the Temple of Artemis and the Virgin Mary Church, the tour takes 4-5 hours.


Pamukkale is a natural formation in the province of Denizli. Tourists have been coming to Denizli for years to witness the incredible Pamukkale formations. Pamukkale, which has been utilized as a medicinal center for about 2300 years, also offers balloon trips and paragliding.

The top locations to visit in Pamukkale are the Travertines, Hierapolis Ancient City, Ancient Pool, Cleopatra Pool, Karahayt Thermal Springs, Laodikya, Ancient Kaklik Cave, and Yesildere Waterfall. UNESCO has designated the Pamukkale travertines as a World Heritage Site. Every year, thousands of tourists come to see it. These white travertines are a one-of-a-kind natural formation. This is caused by calcium oxide-containing water. Travertines also have 17 hot water springs. It is considered as a source of healing as well as visual beauty

Is it possible to visit Ephesus and Pamukkale on the Blue Cruise?
Without a doubt… We may pick up our clients from their boats in air-conditioning private vehicles, depending on the number of persons on the Bodrum boat rental, Marmaris gulet charter, or Göcek yacht charter routes, and allow them to spend the entire day exploring these two destinations. We may also provide a guiding service if our customers request it. It varies between 800 and 1,000 kilometers depending on our visitors’ blue cruise itinerary. When it comes to land transportation, we suggest that they visit one region per day. Ephesus Ancient City or Pamukkale trips, which starts early in the morning, will end in the evening; Our guests will relieve their tiredness during the day by watching the sunset and enjoying the delicious meals on their yachts.