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Marmaris 14 Day Itinerary 

Day 1 – Marmaris

  • Mamaris 7 Day Itinerary

    From Marmaris, follow this wonderful one week yacht charter itinerary through the Carian Cost.

    Depart the lively city of Marmaris on a 7 day holiday into the peaceful and gorgeous Carian coast. 

  • Mamaris 14 Day Itinerary

    Seamaster provides a two week yacht charter itinerary from Marmaris in Turkey.

    This two week itinerary from Marmaris sails east past Dalyan and the Gulf of Fethiye and on toward Kalkan and Kas. 

Marmaris is a holiday destination in its own right with plenty of bars, restaurants, shopping and even some waterparks. There is a large bazaar area near the sea front which is worth exploring if you have the time.  Alternatively you can arrange a jeep safari or a dolphin show if you arrived in Marmaris early or the day before.

Day 2 – Serce Limani

Serce Liman is a well sheltered bay which is difficult to spot due to the high cliffs surrounding it. A small restaurant within the bay will collect you from you yacht if you’d like to eat there. Given the bay has long been used for shelter there are plenty of wrecks dotted around which are worth hunting down.

Day 3 – Ekincik

Ekincik Bay is the largest and safest along the western Lycian coastline, as much of the coast faces full onto the prevailing winds and Meltimi. There are three large bays you can anchor in. The two furthest from the head of the bay, you will need to take a line ashore. However at the head of the bay there is large anchorage which has a sandy bottom and makes for good holding.

 

 

 

Day 4 – Tomb Bay

Tomb Bay is the site of ancient Cyra, a Carian and Lycian city state. The Carian's are thought to have been natives of Asia Minor while the Lycian's were driven from Crete by Minos of Knossos. The ruins date from the 5th century BC. There are many tombs, the remains of a Roman-Byzantine bath once fed by a nearby spring, and a Cryan acropolis.

Day 5 – Fethiye

Fethiye is the Turquoise Coast’s most central resort and along with the nearby lagoon of Ölü Deniz, it is well placed for visiting some of the best area’s including numerous and spectacular sited Lycian ruins. Fethiye occupies the site of the ancient Lycian city of Telmessos, and some impressive rock tombs which are well worth exploring.

Day 6 – Gocek

Göcek hosts six marinas and has now become one of the modern centres for the yachting community. Göcek was declared a Registered Area of Special Protection. Therefore multi-storied buildings are prohibited so most buildings are no more than two stories keeping it a beautiful location to live in and visit.

 

 

 

Day 7 – Cold Water Bay

Sometimes referred to as fresh water bay, cold water bay is just west of Olu Deniz. There are fresh water cold springs to the west of the bay. During the peak season months you’ll have your most refreshing dip here!

Day 8 – Kalkan

For many years Kalkan was inaccessible by road and the only way to visit the village was by sea. The town has developed significantly since the 1980s with the arrival of some retired British people. The base is a great place to explore the ancient cities of Patara, Xanthos, Tlos and Letoon.

 

 

 

 

Day 9 – Kekova

The Kekova region is an area between ancient Aperlae on its western edge and ancient Andriake 10 NM to the east. Some of the most beautifully situated ruins on the south Turquoise coast are in this area, and it is named after the elongated island that creates a protected gulf between the mainland and the island.

 

 

 

Day 10 – Kas

Kaş is built on a mountainside running down to the sea. The district has a Mediterranean type climate of hot, dry summers and warm wet winters, which allows the growth of oranges, lemons and bananas. The lowland areas are planted with cut flowers and a variety of fruits and vegetables are grown all year round. The hillsides also produce honey, as does much of Turkey, and almonds.

Day 11 – Wall bay

Wall Bay is the furthest bay to the south west of Skopea Limani and probably one of the prettiest with a great anchorage. The west end of the bay is on the Isthmus to the Mediterranean and you can see a really large ancient wall that starts next to the water’s edge and traverses across the Isthmus. This wall was a defence wall to protect ancient Lydae on the peninsula from being attacked from the mainland.

Day 12 – Ekincik

Ekincik Bay is the largest and safest along the western Lycian coastline, as much of the coast faces full onto the prevailing winds and Meltimi. There are three large bays you can anchor in. The two furthest from the head of the bay, you will need to take a line ashore. However at the head of the bay there is large anchorage which has a sandy bottom and makes for good holding.

 

 

 

Day 13 – Ciftlik

Ciftlik is a large bay with four restaurants, all with pontoons, who will be vying for your business. There will most likely be a person with a flag on each pontoon waving you over. There isn’t a bag restaurant so no need to worry about making the wrong decision. You can also find a wide range of water sports such as jet skiing, water skiing, ringos and banana boat rides.

Day 14 - Marmaris

If you didn’t get a change to visit Marmaris on your first evening we would recommend having a look around. We’ve also heard of a fantastic Indian restaurant in case you’ve had your fill of mezes and grilled meats during the week. You’ll also find plenty of bars and the bazaar is worth visiting.

 

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