BODRUM – HISARONU GULF – BODRUM
A town filled with photogenic, old whitewashed houses by the crystal blue waters with a very attractive night life . Needless to say, Bodrum is the ideal starting point for a touristic and a historic travel. You may set sail for a memorable Blue Voyage from Bodrum.
Two combined harbor to walk into ancient ages, Aphrodite Temple and Eudoksos's shadow clock will welcome you here.
A must seen breakpoint to observe the tranquility of anchorites under olive and almond trees and Datca's natural beauties.
Smelling pine trees in peace, a marvelous sea and star observation at night; what else can you expect ? Vali camı hill is ideal place to see combined green and blue on land, far away from Datca only 30 km.
An unprecdented cove to breath from heaven. Navy-blue is here…
Although, recently this place very popular, you feel traquility here surely. On land facilities for breakfast and dinner are bonus for this cove.
MESUDIYE / HAYITBUKU
One of the best coves to spend the night. Crystal clear sea offer a boutique holiday. If you wonder, have a break there…
Here, you can walk on the sea. In the course of this experience, you will come across ancient ruins. Early morning scene, worth of awake.
You will not want to leave this village, you will become internalised. Land and spend a night here, listen jazz sipping your vine or enjoy your coffee with homemade cake with chocolate, maybe a dinner; raki and fish… If you’re looking for a warm, boutique and elegant place…
Already, this is not a touristic village. It’s still a real village, and you should swim and have your raki at Octopus Expert Ahmet Usta’s Place while enjoy sunset.
You can watch the sea like an aquarium thanks to clarity of water. Some said “leave me here”
A fishermen’s town like movies lives here. Calm, modest and pretty… Catch the sunset and wake up early; you should see reflections on the water at sunrise.
Just pine forests and sea is waiting for you as well therapeutic and beautifying mud.
You can see fish schools and corals, called in Turkish as meaning “aquarium”.