All Aboard! Gulet Charter in Bodrum is one thing that should definitely be on your bucket list. Bodrum is a fascinating mix between the Ancient city and contemporary structures. But most important of all, it is a top sailing destination with over 11 beaches. Bodrum is a port city unlike any other in Muğla Province, in the southwestern Aegean Region of Turkey. Located on the southern coast of Bodrum Peninsula it used to be known as Halicarnassus of Caria in ancient times and was famous for housing one of seven wonders of the Ancient World, the Mausoleum of Mausolus.
Today with its plethora of gorgeous beaches and dry air, it is a famous tourist destination with warm, clear water, mouthwatering food, and a bursting nightlife. Bodrum can be easily reached from Istanbul city & many other European cities. Trust us, your trip is not complete without a visit to Bodrum.
Bodrum is also one of the only 2 coastal towns in Turkey that builds Gulets. A Gulet is a traditional two-masted or three-masted wooden sailing vessel. They are the perfect pleasure sailing vessel, due to the expansive deck space. Modern Gulets are built with powerful engines along with sails, which means, you are free to travel and explore the sapphire blue waters with hidden coves and breath-taking views, without any worry.
Why Gulet Charter?
There is nothing more versatile and better suited for your travel in Bodrum. Gulets are frequently redone and taken care of, resulting in perfect condition making them a better choice than any other vessel. They also boast a plethora of luxury facilities that few places can offer.
Unlike a hotel, which is unfortunately fixed in one place, with a gullet charter, the world is your oyster. Cruise the crystal-clear waters or go hunting for mysterious coves. You can do it all. And if adventure isn’t your cup of tea you can relax in the sun with a good book and an awe-inspiring scenic view that will fill your heart with joy.
Gulet Charter – The Best time
The best season to charter a Gulet in Bodrum is from the end of April to early November. The summer months are beautiful but packed with tourists. However, April, May, September, October, and November are much less busy than the peak summer months, making them the best time to take full advantage of Bodrum.
The Best Beach
The Bodrum peninsula has over 11 beaches. Each one is special in its way. This city on the Aegean coast is surrounded by crystal clear water making it perfect for snorkeling and diving, so why not charter a Gulet to dive off of and into the sapphire blue water? Yahsi Beach is a notably favorite beach, thanks to its clean and clear waters, along with a beautiful golden strip of sand, it offers the perfect coastal experience. If you want to take your Gulet out and chase the sun on the dazzlingwater then Küdür Public Beach is for you. It faces the Aegean Sea and is a spectacular spot for sunsets.
Places to see in Bodrum
The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus is something everyone must see at least once in their time. Famously known as one of the Seven Wonders of The Ancient World, Built by Artemisia, the sister and the wife of King Mausolos, in 355 B.C this monument is a work of art. Along with this The old city gates, built under the reign of King Mausolus. Known as Myundos gates is a definite bucket list item. During the siege of the city by Alexander the Great, this was the scene for one of the bloodiest battles in history