Exclusive Yacht Charter
With approximately 8333 kilometers of coastline, Turkey offers excellent conditions for boating holidays. The European and the Asian parts of the country are separated by Istanbul (Bosphorus), Sea of Marmara and Canakkale Boazi (Dardanelles). The Marmara Sea, Aegean Sea, Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea coasts each have their very own character.
The coastal landscape is therefore very varied and you‘ll find secluded beaches and jagged coves with crystal clear water, especially on the coastline between Izmir and Antalya. The Black Sea’s climate is mild and rainy, central and eastern Anatolia has a continental climate and on the Aegean and Mediterranean coast, the Mediterranean climate predominates.
Whether you’re a culture vulture looking to get to know a new way of life or a history buff in need of fascinating historical landmarks to explore, you’ll find that there is plenty of reason to pack your suitcase and head over to Turkey.
- The Turkish Riviera, or Turquoise Coast as it’s often named, is 220km of jaw-dropping coastlines, quaint historical towns, and world-class resorts. The beaches are a wonder to behold, especially the beaches around Antalya. The ocean in the Riviera, as you might expect, is stunning turquoise and is the perfect place to cool off in the warm Mediterranean sun.
- Every region in Turkey has a unique kitchen culture, using distinct ingredients and recipes. As such, Turkish cuisine is much more than tasty kebabs and baklava; it includes fresh seafood and meze, a whole world of desserts, huge breakfast spreads, Ottoman classics, vegetable dishes, and much more..
- If there is one thing Turkey is known for, it’s the people’s hospitality. Turkish people are known to be extremely friendly, and that is not because they are always in a good mood from living in such a gorgeous country.
- Turkey was once home to the Greeks, the Byzantines, the Lycians, the Romans, and the Ottomans. With so many Empires colonizing the lands, you can expect they have left their fair share of historical landmarks across Turkey.
- Turkey is also home to several natural wonders. If the rock formations of Cappadocia don’t do it for you, then perhaps visiting Pamukkale is another good reason to visit Turkey.
- Turkey has a great climate. Summertime in its Southern parts lasts for 6 months of the year, especially in Antalya and Bodrum, the most popular “sun and sea” tourist destinations.
- Another valid justification to visit Turkey is to go for a “Caj” (Tea) or espresso. It’s the ideal action for unwinding and encountering a lump of the Turkish culture and regular day to day existence.
- Turkish bath helps you relax and unwind all the negative energy in your body. It is favorable among tourists as it combines traditional experience with Far Eastern touches like certain massages and using aromatic smells.
- Turkey for nature lovers. Visitors have a variety of nature sports like Hiking, trekking, mountain biking, river rafting, scuba diving, windsurfing, wave surfing, kite surfing, paragliding, parasailing, skiing, jet-skiing. The golfing industry in Turkey has grown and it is now considered one of the leading destinations in Europe.