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Bodrum North – Didim – 7 Days

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First day boarding at 3:00 pm / Last day checkout 09:00 am


This charming town is rich with history and ancient ruins. There is plenty to do in this seaside town. You can visit the Bodrum Castle as well as the Museum of Underwater Archaeology for some culture.

If you just want to relax however you can take a stroll around the old town or down the beaches. Bodrum even has a vibrant nightlife with plenty of beach bars and restaurants you can enjoy.


Gumusluk is a must-visit in the Gulf of Gokova. Bodrum may be a rumbling hotspot for tourists, however, Gumusluk is the quieter, no place beautiful alternative. Experience the authentic Turkish seafront life with locals and other Turkish tourists. There is a much more laidback atmosphere about Gumusluk, with plenty of smaller, local restaurants to dine from.

Gundogan – Turkbuku – Cennet Bay

After a delicious breakfast, relax on board and soak in the breathtaking views of the turquoise sea. Swim in crystal-clear waters and bask in the sun’s warmth. Arrive at the popular resort of Turkbuku and delight in its beaches, fresh fish, mandarin gardens, and white-washed houses.

Yalikavak – Kucuk Kiremit Bay – Xuma Beach

Begin the day early and sail to Yalikavak, another coastal town similar to Bodrum, however smaller. It is home to a modern marina and bustling harbour, as well as plenty of restaurants and art galleries. There are public beaches scattered around Yalikavak, where it is possible to catch a glimpse of the endangered Mediterranean monk seal.

Kıyı Kıslacık Fishing Village & Iasos Ancient City

On route to Iasos Ancient City you will see the local fish farms where Seabream, Seabass and Swordfish are grown, and if you’re lucky you might see a pod of dolphins swimming their way in the sea or sea turtles.

You will have the opportunity to visit the ruins of the ancient city guided by a local guide tour as well as visit the local museum and immerse yourself in the era.

Altınkum-Didim / Camlık Bay

Altinkum is a seaside resort on the Aegean Sea, It is near the ancient Temple of Apollo and the ruins of the Ionian city of Didyma.

The town is a fun-loving beach resort on Turkey’s southwest coast. It’s grown quickly over the past few years, and has merged with its neighbour, Didim – a town with thousands of years of history.

Altinkum means golden sands, and it’s for the three impressive beaches that so many visitors head to its shores. But the stellar nightlife, the vibrant bazaar, and ancient historical sites are equally big draws.

What’s included in the price:

Private use the Boat, crew & fuel, 3 specially prepared meals each day (see pricing), 2x paddle board, food meals, boat fuels, Bodrum port fees, Cook, Transit log and other taxes, life jacket, snorkelling sets, towels, Skipper.

What’s excluded from the price:

Flights, Travel insurance, Motor dingy fuel, optional excursions, Fishing equipment, wifi, 2x sea scooters, Crew tips 5% or 10% of total charter fees, private marina fees, Drinks (guests are welcome to bring their own Duty Free drinks). Airports Transfers between Bodrum and boat.