Gulet Class: StandardDeparts
Shared Cabins: YES
The most popularBlue Cruise leaving from Olymposis the cruise that heads onto Fethiye. Taking 4 days and 3 nights this cruise is the highlight of most peoples time in Turkey. The cruise has something for everyone whether it is the ancient sights or the beautiful turquoise waters for your swimming and snorkelling, no one will leave disappointed.
You leave Olympos / Demre Harbour bound for the famous Sunken City of Kekova and Simena Castle. You will spend the day in the Kekovaarea before getting to visit the little fishing village of Kas on the following day. There is time for shopping and plenty of swimming along the way on gulet cruise. The following morning you will wake up in Butterfly Valley where you can take a hike in the valley or just in enjoy the view. You will then cruise past Europe’s most photographed beach, Oludeniz, anchoring on the back side of the Blue Lagoon before you finally anchor down at St Nicholas Island, where you can go and explore the ruins and enjoy your last night on board. Throughout your gulet cruise you and the other guests will be offered the chance to undertake some optional activities of paragliding and diving, you will get the chance to relax and swim in some stunning bays, whilst the whole time enjoying a plentiful of Turkish dishes and hospitality.
You will be travelling on a standard Turkish gulet – yacht. The gulet is equipped with all your will need for your days and nights on board. You will have ensuite private bathrooms to each cabin and plenty of space inside to store your bags. Your Blue Cruise will end in Fethiye harbour on the forth day around lunchtime. Olympos to Fethiye blue cruise route is the most popular gulet cruise route in Turkey because of the variety of special destination of sites this coastline include. The coastline keep relics from the ancient Lycians, Ottomans, Romans, and Greeks which will make your gullet cruise turkey experience unforgettable.
What is included
You will be served up a delicious traditional Turkish Breakfast. Consisting of eggs, cheese, cucumbers, olives, bread and spreads and the most delicious tomatoes you have ever tasted, there is something for everyone.
Lunches are traditionally served hot. With an array of traditional dishes of rice, pasta and Turkish style vegetable dishes along with fresh salads and a meal is not a meal in Turkey without the bread!
We serve you tea, coffee and biscuits every afternoon to recharge those batteries!
Each night on the cruise we offer a different type of meat. You will be served fresh fish, chicken and Turkish meatballs. Accompanying the meat will be a choice of traditional Turkish rice, mezzes, vegetable dishes and salads.
Vegetarian dishes are always available and any dietary requirement can be catered for with notice.
Fruit & Snacks
Fresh seasonal fruit is served in the evenings after your dinner. No other snacks are provided on board, so if you want to bring along your own chips, nuts or snacks you are most welcome to!