A boat trip to Tomb Bay is a must on our list of Fethiye and Göcek, Turkey attractions by boat. The oleander-lined beach is a gorgeous anchorage place along the Lycian coast, just a few miles from Göcek. The steep cliffs around the bay are home to the ancient Lycian tombs - a dramatic site worth visiting whilst there, as well as the remains of the Roman and Byzantine baths. Enjoy the backdrop of the green pines and the crystal-clear water of the bay, perfect for a relaxed afternoon aboard.
Located very close to Dalaman airport, the lively little town of Göcek, Turkey is the ideal starting point for a day boat trip or a weekly yacht charter. Although one of the busiest yachting hubs in the area, Göcek preserves a quiet and peaceful atmosphere. Before getting aboard your Sailo boat rental, plan for an afternoon in the city: stroll the colorful alleys of the bazaar and stock up for your next nautical adventure, and make sure you stop for dinner with a view on the promenade.
Probably the most photographed beach in Turkey, Ölüdeniz is stretch of sand that separates the stunning Blue Lagoon from the open sea. The area is protected therefore you’re not allowed to enter the lagoon by boat, so drop your anchor below the cliffs to the west and enjoy the fairy tale-like scenery of glistening shades of aquamarine and turquoise waters next to the white pebble beach. One of the best places in the world for practicing paragliding, Ölüdeniz is also a great scuba diving spot.
Our local team of boating enthusiasts recommend Tersane as one of the most beautiful islands located very close to both Fethiye and Göcek yet a world away. If you are looking for a romantic escape, go for a sunset cruise on a luxury yacht charter to Tersane and have dinner at Tersane Koyu restaurant, in the middle of a ruined Byzantine city. The breathtaking view over the Skopea Limani gulf is matched only by the delicious wood-fired oven specialties on the menu.