Bodrum-Yalikavak-Türkbükü ( 4 Days Routes )
The 4-day blue cruise that departs from Bodrum is one of the most relaxing 4 days you will ever experience whilst on holiday. This cruise is the perfect way to relax and totally unwind, whilst getting to travel along some of the most pristine and beautiful coastlines in Turkey. The starting point of Bodrum is home to the largest and most beautiful marina in Turkey. You will have time to wander through Bodrum before boarding your yacht that afternoon. Along your cruise, there will be lots of time for swimming and snorkelling in the many bays you will stop at along way.
1.Day: BODRUM – GUMUSLUK
You will arrive at your yacht in Bodrum Harbour where you will be able to check-in from 15:30 pm and onwards. The first night of your cruise we will stay in Gumusluk.
We will be staying in Gumusluk the first night so you have time to go and explore the old village & restayrants, the old town. Dinner will be served on board giving you a chance to get to know fellow passengers.
2.Day: GUNDOGAN-TURKBUKU-CENNET BAY
After breakfast, we will leave the harbour you will begin to get accustomed to the cruising way of life. You can sit back and enjoy the spectacular views from the gulet, swim, relax and sunbathe. Turkbuku is a popular holiday resort located on the north coast of Bodrum peninsula. Turkbuku is famous for its beaches, fresh fish, mandarin gardens, white washed houses and crystal clear waters.
3.Day: YALIKAVAK – KUCUK KIREMIT BAY – XUMA BEACH BAY
Today we sail early to the Yalikavak where we will stop at Xuma Beach Bay for breakfast and time for swimming and relaxing. Later we will cruise to Kucuk Kiremit Island for a relaxing and sunbathing. Dinner and an overnight stay will be in fron of Yalıkavak Pal-Marina. Later you would have a lovely night walk in Yalıkavak village if you would like to.
4.Day: KADİKALESİ – TURGUTREİS –ASPAT BAY
Today we head onto Bodrum via the Yalikavak region then on to Turgutreis & Kadikalesi swimming and relaxing. Turgutreis is the second-largest city on the Bodrum peninsula and the climate is ideal for windsurfing. The beach here is also a great place to spend the day and many charming nearby villages are only a short minibus ride away. Aspat is one of these villages. Aspat Bay is a small and quiet place with a view reachable by a narrow path leading to a stunning panorama of the area. Hikers will love this stop and for those interested more in a relaxing time, the bay also has a small and secluded beach to enjoy.