The Turkish Riviera also known as the Turquoise Coast, is a 120 km long coastline in southern Turkey between Çeşme and Alanya. /DataPict/Large/turkish-riviera-1-88.jpg The sailing is good here and the significant marinas have all the necessary facilities. It is an idyllic sailing area with ancient ruins to explore, golden beaches, and warm, turquoise waters. 

Sailing in Turkey puts you at the crossroads of history, culture, geography and religion. This vast peninsula is surrounded by eight countries and on three sides by the Aegean, Black and Mediterranean seas. It’s one of the world’s oldest inhabited regions, a former home to Assyrian, Greek and Phrygian civilizations, among others. With more than 500 islands and islets and 4,400 miles of coastline, it is no wonder Turkey is a sailor’s paradise.

Sailing Routes from Göcek

  • Club Marina, Skopea Marina, Mucev Marinas, Marinturk Göcek Village Port, Marinturk Göcek Exclusive, and D-Marin Gocek are all located in Göcek. The town has islands and coves in a

Sailing Routes from Fethiye

  • Fethiye, ruled by the Lycians, who were known as the “People of the Land of Light”, and called the “Faraway Land” in ancient times, is a tourism resort that the entire world

Sailing Routes from Marmaris

  • Marmaris is a world-renowned tourist resort with its picturesque coves, ancient cities that have retained their historical texture, Mediterranean temperature allowing you to enjoy

Sailing Routes from Bodrum

  • Bodrum is a unique resort where the dream of blue cruise begins and which we see as a pristine corner of paradise to move away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and to