At the crossroads of civilizations, all parts of Turkey are full of a mindblowing number of ancient ruins. Ancient Greeks and closely following Romans left their mark mostly in Aegean and Mediterranean Regions, leaving behind the marble ruins of hundreds of cities, temples, and monuments. The climate in Turkey has a vast diversity depending on the diverse topography and latitude. Aegean and Mediterranean coastal areas enjoy the typical Mediterranean climate. There is hardly a drop of rain during the sunny and hot summer (May to October). Most of the coastal areas have a high level of relative humidity during most of the year which makes hot weather feel hotter and cold weather feel colder than it actually is. Turkey’s 8,400-kilometre coastline makes it a haven for sailing, what you will see a quite common are Gulets, Turkish wooden yachts. Choose between a traditional gulet, luxurious motor yacht or sailing yacht.
Yacht charter in Turkey
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İzmir Province is a province and metropolitan municipality of Turkey in western Anatolia, situated along the Aegean coast. The magnificent coastline, lapped by the clear water of the Aegean Sea, abounds in vast and pristine beaches surrounded by olive groves, rocky crags, and pine woods. Dotted with idyllic fishing harbors, popular holiday villages and the remains of ancient civilizations. The Aegean coastal plain enjoys an exceptionally mild climate, with soft, verdant springs, hot summers, sunny autumns and warm winters marked by occasional showers.
Mugla is the ideal destination for those who want everything at once. It was one of the many ancient cities of the Aegean region. The most popular sailing destination is Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye, and many others are all within the borders of Mugla province. Here you may enjoy every type of holiday. The landscape is perfectly mingled with dozens of historical sites, bearing the traces of past civilizations of Anatolia. The beaches are available for any type of water sport, as unspoiled bays and clear waters await you in Mugla, such as in Gokova Gulf.
The region around Antalya offers sights of astonishing natural beauty as well as awesome historical remains. Antalya is Turkey’s biggest international sea resort. The province of Antalya corresponds to the lands of ancient Pamphylia to the east and Lycia to the west. It features a shoreline of 657 km (408 mi) with beaches, ports, and ancient cities scattered throughout, including the World Heritage Site Xanthos. Abundant and up-to-date tourist facilities, as well as well-preserved historical sites, give you a number of options for daily activities.