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Experience Türkiye's Stunning Coasts on the Legendary "Blue Voyage"

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Embark on a mesmerizing journey along Türkiye's Aegean and Mediterranean coasts with the "blue voyage," a unique seafaring adventure that offers hidden bays, ancient ruins, and the tantalizing flavors of the region.

DUBAI MEDIA CITY, UAE - EntSun -- This voyage begins by renting a boat from operators in Türkiye's marinas, with options ranging from traditional "gulets" to ultra-luxurious yachts. Renting the entire boat with family and friends is recommended to fully enjoy the journey. Coined by Turkish novelists and poets in the 1950s, the "blue voyage" encapsulates a serene sea holiday, complete with sleeping under the stars, authentic experiences, fresh seafood, and exquisite Turkish wines.

Bodrum: The Birthplace of the Blue Voyage

Bodrum, Türkiye's premium holiday destination, offers a holiday of endless blue landscapes and picturesque white houses is where the blue voyage tradition began. Known for its endless blue landscapes and picturesque white houses, Bodrum is a symbol of summer and the classic Turkish gulet. The region is famous for its turquoise bays, luxury marinas, high-end shopping, vibrant nightlife, and fine dining. Notable stops include Gümüşlük, Yalıkavak, Türkbükü, and Bitez. Bodrum also offers excellent scuba diving and historical attractions like the 15th-century Bodrum Castle and the Bodrum Underwater Archaeological Museum.

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Datça and Marmaris: Routes Merging Green and Blue

The Datça Peninsula, where the Aegean meets the Mediterranean, is another highlight of the blue voyage. Known for its olive and almond trees, magnificent bays, and historical treasures, Datça offers must-see bays like Kurubük, Palamutbükü, and Kızılbük. The ancient city of Knidos is perfect for sunset views. Continuing to Marmaris, a natural harbor city, you'll find beautiful bays such as Hisarönü Bay and Sedir Island. Marmaris also hosts ruins of ancient cities like Physkas and Amos, adding historical depth to the voyage.

From Göcek to Fethiye: Turquoise Bays, Historical Discoveries

Muğla's Göcek is a popular destination, renowned for its sparkling bays like Dalyan and Ekincik. Visitors can explore the ancient city of Kaunos and İztuzu Beach, a breeding ground for Caretta caretta sea turtles. Göcek offers sights like Göcek Island and Cleopatra Bay. Sailing to Fethiye, travelers can visit locales such as Ölüdeniz, Gemiler Island, and Butterfly Valley, home to over 80 butterfly species. For adventure seekers, paragliding at Babadağ is a thrilling option.

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Kaş-Kekova: Sailing the Turkish Riviera

The Turkish Riviera, between Kaş and Kekova, is a stunning blue voyage destination. Kaş, a celebrated diving center, offers attractions like Kaputaş Beach, Limanağzı Bay, and Aperlai. Kekova is famous for the Sunken City ruins. This route allows travelers to indulge in Mediterranean cuisine, rich in olive oils, fresh seafood, and local wines.

Çeşme: A Natural Wonder in the Heart of the Aegean

İzmir, at the heart of the Aegean, combines country life with modern culture. Known for its olive and vineyard routes, Aegean cuisine, and Michelin restaurants, İzmir's Çeşme Peninsula is perfect for a blue voyage. Anchor in bays like Boyalık and Aya Yorgi, and visit Alaçatı for its historical stone houses and vibrant nightlife. The region is also popular for windsurfing and kitesurfing, and a trip to Urla's vineyards is highly recommended.

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