2 June 2021
Turkey’s most beautiful blue cruise destinations offer a luxury holiday opportunity in nature for those who want to spend a summer holiday away from the crowd due to the pandemic but with their group of friends.
With the Covid-19 epidemic, the idea of spending the summer vacation with family or close friends on a boat away from the crowds attracts great attention from holiday lovers. Due to the pandemic, users prefer a boat holiday with people around them instead of classic holiday options. The most popular blue cruise stops to visit are waiting for holidaymakers.
Bodrum, which has hosted various civilizations throughout history, stands out as one of the stops preferred by blue cruise lovers.
In Bodrum, which stands out among many destinations worth seeing, one of the popular stops that can be visited on the blue cruise tour, and the Aquarium Bay, which has gained its fame thanks to its clear sea, and Karaada, where it is rumored that Cleopatra took a mud bath, takes its place in the notes as a favorite of holidaymakers.
Known as the “Land of Lights”, Fethiye has beautiful natural wonders and coves. Since some of these coves cannot be reached by road, they can only be explored during a boat holiday. One of the popular blue cruise stops that can be visited in Fethiye, where nature, sea and sun meet; Butterfly Valley, which attracts the attention of local and foreign tourists with its unique nature, turquoise sea and famous butterflies.
Another stop is; Ölüdeniz, known for its calm sea and magnificent nature. In Babadağı, located in Ölüdeniz, holiday lovers can make a difference to their holiday by paragliding.
Göcek, which is a part of Muğla’s Fethiye district, is among the routes most preferred by blue cruise lovers with its natural beauties and untouched bays during the holiday season. Going by boat to Sarsala Bay, where Göcek’s water is quite warm and it is possible to swim since the spring months, is a very enjoyable holiday option.
Another must-see is Pig Island, also known as Prince Island, which is home to many historical ruins. Due to the fact that some of these remains are on the water surface, the boats can dock at the anchorage area in the north of the island.
Marmaris is known as a natural port city as well as being one of the most important tourism centers of the Aegean Region. This region, known as “Green Marmaris” among the people due to its pine forests, is an ideal place for those who want to take a boat holiday. Kumlubuk Bay, located 25 kilometers southwest of Marmaris, is a place where natural beauty meets the sea on the mountain slope.
Another holiday stop that can be visited in Marmaris is Bördübet Bay, which is located on the Reşadiye peninsula of Marmaris, which the British call “Bird the bed”.
Kaş, which is an ideal region for diving enthusiasts, is therefore frequently preferred during the blue cruise holiday. Kaş Archaeological Park, an underwater archeology park in the Hidayet Bay area of Kaş, is one of the must-see places.
Kaputaş Beach stands out among the stops to be visited in Kaş during your boat holiday. This impressive region, known as the “Canyon Mouth”, which continues to attract the attention of the whole world with its unique geographical structure, offers holiday lovers a wonderful beach where a canal between two mountains opens to the sea.
Another of the holiday stops that can be visited in Kaş is; Patara Beach, known as the birthplace of Nikolaus, known as Santa Claus. Standing out with its clear, clean sea and natural beauties, Patara is known as one of the longest beaches in Turkey and a place chosen as a breeding ground for Caretta Caretta turtles for years.