We begin boarding our Gulet in Bodrum at 15:30 pm. Relax at the pre-cruise information session. Enjoy an onboard dinner while meeting the other passengers. We sail to Orak Island for lunch and then cruise to our overnight stop at Cokertme, a small and picturesque fishing town.
Early start as we cruise for Yedi Adalar (Seven Islands). Spend the day amid beautiful island panorama before arriving in Kufre.Overnight Küfre Bay. We set off for Longoz. Overnight in Karacasogut village, just 25km away from Marmaris.
Overnight Karaca Söğüt
From Marmaris the yacht sails to Sedri Adasi (Cleopatra Island). We spend the afternoon sailing to English port for our overnight stop.
Overnight English Harbour.
Today we cruise to Kargili Bay for lunch. We sail to Kisebuku for our night stop.Overnight Kisebuku.
Early morning sail to Pabucburnu. After lunch in Yaliciftlik Bay, we sail back to Bodrum for our final night on the yacht. Overnight Bodrum Harbour. We disembark at approximately 10:30 am.
With its almost tropical turquoise water and shorelines, Turkey's sun-drenched Aegean coast and islands are the ideal place to escape the troubles of the world. Sleeping and eating aboard a traditional two-masted wooden Turkish gules, this trip sails from the ancient mainland city of Bodrum on the Gulf of Gokova.
Each evening is spent at anchor in a different port, fishing village or island, while days are spent swimming in secluded bays, lounging on deck or exploring nearby sights. Included are all meals, prepared and served on board the gulet, as well as visits to Orak Island, Cokertme, Kufre Bay, Karaca Sogut, English Harbour and Alakisla Buku. And best of all, while nights can be spent in comfortable double cabins, you can also spread your mattress on deck and sleep beneath a thousand and one stars!
Length / Departs: 8 days, Apr - Oct
Accommodation: Gulet (vessel)
Price: Starting at $389 CAD
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Visit the distinguished Champagne cellars, learn from the masters as they reveal the magical process – governed by the strictest of rules – that transform the world’s most pampered pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay grapes into this region’s most fabled wines. Our cycling tour takes in the best of this fascinating region, now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Despite the prestige of their vines, the people of Champagne offer a warm, surprisingly easy-going welcome, both in the stylish cities and along the Champagne Routes, which wend their way through villages to family-run cellars and vineyards.
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