Discover the beautiful western Mediterranean sea aboard a sailboat rental in Turkey! Sailing holidays can turn into exciting adventures to explore the hidden gems around Fethiye and Göcek, or stylish, luxury cruises from Marmaris or Bodrum. Rent a Sailo yacht and keep your camera close, ready to capture the incredible landscapes, rich culture and historical sites. Sailing conditions and excellent throughout the summer season: no tides or strong currents, and offshore northwesterly winds of 15 to 20 knots.
Hop aboard your sailboat rental in Turkey and set sail to a summer to remember!
Kapi Creek is a great island a short distance from Gocek. A favorite for sailors, the beautiful and calm bays are the perfect stopping point. Take in the views while swimming and snorkeling in the water here.
Ride up the river to see the ancient sites and ruins like the Lycian Tombs high on the hillside. The surrounding village is lined with restaurants to choose from. After a day of sightseeing, treat yourself to a rejuvenating mud bath.
Drop anchor in the natural harbor at Tersane. Walk around the island to spot the ruins of Greek houses and churches, or roam the fruit orchards left behind as well. You can go swimming and diving in the protected waters as well.
Your first stop will be at Kapi Creek, an Island lined with pine and olive trees. Here you can begin to see the beautiful coast of Turkey and notice the influence that the Byzantine and Roman Empire had in Turkey.
Gocek requires some pre planning as there are 3 different villages but you only have time to visit one. Each village is similar, with different restaurants, bars, shops and more. The Island is overall quiet and a perfect place to spend a peaceful day.
Next check out Tomb Bay, where the dead were put into tombs thousands of years back. There were 5 different types of tombs made, so make sure you check out every kind! The active buildings in the town are renovated versions of the ruins and blend the two cultures together.
The next place you will visit is Bestas Limani, which used to be a popular pirate spot, even gaining the nickname “The Pirate Coast.” Now, Bestas Limani is known for beaches and rock diving as well as hikes to Ancient Ruins that define the Turkish history.