Hisaronu – Datça Gulf – 7 Days

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The Gulf of Hisaronu, Turkey, is more open in feel and often windier with dramatic cliffs & rock formations. The bustling town of Dacta & charming unspoilt villages such as Bozburun & Selimiye (where you might come across the man with the golden teeth) are all top spots to visit. The partially resorted ancient city of Knidos is fascinating, as is the lost city of Phoenix.

Hisaronu Gulf 

The Hisaronu Bay is an extremely popular tourist resort village located in the Fethiye district of Turkey, on the southwest of Marmaris. Compared to the other gulf’s in the area, Hisaronu Gulf is actually on the larger side and offers a little of something for everyone to enjoy with incredible views, jaw-dropping beaches, perfect shorelines, crystal clear water and blue sunny skies.

Hisaronu Turkey is often chosen by travellers looking for a calm, quiet holiday, with beautiful beaches and wonderful seas, but also attracts windsurfers and boating enthusiasts, as the weather can become rather windy during parts of the season.

Sailing across the Gulf of Hisaronu you’ll come across mesmeric cliffs and rocky formations. There’s a number of bustling towns, charming villages and secluded bays you can explore and enjoy.


Bodrum is a popular destination. Although a bustling town with plenty of tourists, it’s still managed to keep its authentic and exotic Turkish routes. It has everything from beautiful beaches, a vibrant nightlife and fresh, seafood restaurants.


The Aquarium Bay is popular due to its crystal clear water and colourful landscapes, likening it to an aquarium, hence the name. Boats and gulet’s from nearby harbours often come to swim and snorkel.

The Bay is also quiet as there are no roads here, although there are plenty of trails great for a hike.

Palamut Buku

Palamut buku is at the end of the Peninsula. Many regard Palamut buku as having the most impressive beaches in the whole of the Datca Peninsula. 

As Palamut buku is away from the crowds, the quiet, tranquil setting attracts lots of fish in the warm, clear waters. The coastline is full of friendly locals and authentic seafood restaurants serving fresh fish caught on the day.

Bozuk Kale

This ancient site dates back to the years BC. The name translates to “broken castle”, due to the ruins of a castle with 9 towers being present. From this site, there are great views across the Aegean where you can watch the number of yachts which visit this location. There are plenty of restaurants who serve delicious seafood

Serce Limani

Serce Limani offers a secluded, tranquil bay out of the way of cities, towns and villages. Steep slopes surround the bay, almost hiding it away. The only thing you’ll hear in Serce Limani is the slow waves stroking the coastline and goats in the hills


Bozburun is a secluded cape on the far end on the Southwest of Marmaris. It is one of the most secluded places in the region. It is famous for its laidback way of life, with a captivating bay, fresh seafood restaurants, deep blue coastlines and, the Bozburun peninsula and the ancient city of Larymna.


Selimiye is one of the most popular places in the authentic Marmaris. It is a stunning, colourful fishing village which attracts lots of tourists in the summer, however its natural beauty still remains.

There isn’t much of a beach at Selimiye, however, the village is full of greenery and the sea is crystal clear which is picturesque with the red sunset.


Bencik has a sheltered, untouched bay with plenty of grass and greenery. There isn’t much to do in terms of restaurants or hospitality, however, this only adds to its tranquillity. As it is hidden away Bencik is a perfect place for relaxing in peace and catching the sun.


Datca, is an absolute must-visit. There’s plenty to do in this beautiful town. You can take a stroll down the cobbled Kumluk Yolu and dine at one of the vibrant, flowery, fresh seafood restaurants.


Knidos contains statues of the Greek God’s and Goddess’, Dionysus, Athena and Aphrodite. This ancient city is rich with historical sites, such as amphitheatres and monuments. There are also stunning views from Knidos’ bays and harbours.

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.