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Bodrum Yacht Charter

Discover the heart of the Turkish Riviera and one of the most famous destinations in the Mediterranean! The region offers some stunning uninhabited islands, pristine marine life and vibrant culture. From the traditional Turkish cafes to the refined gastronomy dive into a new world of discoveries.


A unique island and protected island, Sedir Island houses stunning ancient remains and historical buildings. Its beautiful beaches are surrounded by crystal-clear water, creating an unforgettably stunning view. Head ashore and admire the city walls surrounding the city and the ruins from the Dors’ reign restored as a church. Take in the old amphitheatre site with room for 1,500, the remains of ancient pillars and its various domed historic buildings before heading to Cleopatra Beach. Known for its special soft sand, usually only found in Northern Africa’s deserts, visitors are banned from removing any of it from the island.


A peninsula surrounded by the Aegean Sea in the south and Akbuk and Mugla in the east, Didim is home to many beaches, beautiful reefs and hidden bays. The clear blue waters are the perfect place to break out the water toys and partake in some windsurfing or kitesurfing as the bay is protected from harsh, strong winds. Enjoy a morning of swimming, snorkelling and diving while discovering the rich underwater world off the coast. Afterwards, head ashore and pay a visit to the well-preserved Hellenistic Temple of Apollo in the heart of Didyma. Take in the ancient building and admire its labyrinth of columns and intricate carvings.


Said to be one of the most beautiful cities of the Aegean, this ancient city is a must-visit spot. Home to several powder-soft sand beaches, clear waters, and several historical sites, enjoy immersing yourself in a place where the past and present live side by side at the same time. Unwind and relax on one of its beaches or head into the city for an adventure. Explore the bazaar for handmade crafts and taste some of the delicious local food. Afterwards, walk over to the Kusadasi Castle and enjoy the view of the city and harbour before stopping by one of the most stunning hammams in all the city – Hammam Kusadasi, the oldest and most traditional, built in the late 15th century.




57m – Feadship – 2013