BODRUM TOUR WITH TURKYACHT


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Many of us will be in search of holiday alternatives before going on vacation. We might want to see different places and enjoy the sea and sun, too. In recent years, you may have chance to see different places and enjoy the holiday by going on a blue cruise.

Bodrum is one of the most preffered places within  the blue cruise tours. Bodrum yacht charter is well known as starting point of blue cruise tours. Bodrum is the heart of  the blue cruise in a sense.

In these days, the number of those who go on holiday with Bodrum blue cruise is very high. Bodrum yacht charter has been preffered by those who would like to see unique coves of Bodrum and enjoy their holiday. There may be an opportunity to see natural beauties of Bodrum at sea. You may find chance to have an enjoyable holiday with your loved ones with chartering  yacht.

Turkyacht has been trying to offer an unforgettable holiday for you with your loved ones. We have tried to host many local and foreign guests by luxury yachts so far. We have provided service by our expert staff and yachts which are renewed every year.

You  may haven’t gone on a blue cruise with chartering yacht yet. To see different places, to witness the natural beauty, enjoy the sea and sun are the reasons of why many people choose blue cruise tours.

If you do not want to be in high season, you should book early before coming the season. Yacht tour begins in April and it lasts until  the first days of October. Blue cruise tours are very high in summer months. In high season there may be some problems about arranging the voyage date and yacht, so you should book early.

In these cold winter days  that are going through, thinking of  summer holiday may warm our inside. Therefore some people may have started to make plans for the holiday. Would you like to offer a different holiday option for your own and loved ones? You may visit different coves, do various water sports and enjoy the sea and sun during the blue cruise.

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Blue Cruise and Yacht Charter

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There may be someone who has already planned for their forthcoming holidays. You should determine a date before going on a blue cruise tour. The demand of those tours are becoming more and more, especially in summer. In high season, it can be hard to chartering a yacht  whenever you want.Fethiye yacht charter season begins in April and ends in October.

After you determine the voyage date,  you should set a route for the blue cruise. The route can be pearly white Aegean and  Mediterranean coves or Greek Islands which is popular in recent years. If you want to set the route on your own, you should have a group with your friends. If you inform the tour authorities, they will help you  about the possibility of the routes. The route can be changed by captain for your safety during the voyage. Weather conditions will affect that decision.

The budget is very important for chartering a yacht. There is wide price range that is economic to luxury. Yacht preferences depend on your budget and pleasure.

After preferring the yacht, some binding rules will be reminded you by yacht captain. The foods in yachts are chosen and made carefully. After then only enjoy stays. Dropping  anchor to different coves, saying hello to day with the nature and enjoy sun and sea that are among the preference of  blue cruise.

Turkyacht has provided services by luxury gulets and expert staff for many years. You find chance to add new ones to your travel notes. You are able to give away to your loved ones.

You may find chance to see different beauties that never seen before. It looks well with clean air, excellent nature and sea. If you‘d like to enjoy sea and sun, you should prefer blue cruise tour.

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Amorgos Island At Turkey

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Famous for its dramatic mountain scenery and a relaxed atmosphere , it was one of the earliest centers of formation of the Cycladic civilization , and now attracts a huge number of tourists, especially the French, because it was filmed here a cult film by Luc Besson “” Le Grand Bleu “”.

The main port of the island – Katapola – lies deep narrow bay , looks like a fjord , and actually consists of three separate villages – Katapola on the south side , Ksilokeratidion (Xylokeratidhion, Xylokeratidhi) on the north shore and Rahidion (Rahidhion, Rahidhi) on the hillside adjacent to the bay on the south- east of the central mountain range.

The main attraction of the village Katapola , the main port of the island – the Church of the Virgin ( Panagia Katapolyani ) , built on the site of an ancient temple of Apollo. Here are the ruins of the ancient city of Minoa . Swimmers can enjoy relaxing on the pristine sandy beaches of the area.

The second most important port of the island , a picturesque village Aegiali , also famous for its beautiful sandy beaches. It was formed by the merger of four villages, consisting entirely of white houses ( Tolar , Potamos , Ormos and Langada ) . Hikers suggested to make a two-hour shift to the north of Langada , to the highest point of the island (Mount Krikellos ) . The road is impressive , but even more surprised you will be when you will reach the top , overlooking a magnificent view of the entire island. In the south of the island, near the ancient city  , is another remarkably picturesque whight village Arkesini.

Visit the city Chora, built in traditional Cycladic style: white houses, narrow streets and numerous churches fascinate everybody! Many of the local taverns offers delicious Greek cuisine.Magnificient sandy beach  Egal will delight both adults and children. Numerous taverns located along the banks will not let you to stay hungry.We also recommending to visit the pebble beach of Agia Anna, starring some of the shots of the film “The Big Blue”. Not far from this beach there are the church of Agia Anna.Guests who is curious about  sea diving  will find diving centers the disposal of which is all you need for diving.

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