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Marmaris is a heaven for tourists, offering long golden beaches lined with palm trees as well as many beautiful restaurants, bars and hotels. Its huge Netsel marina nestles inside its almost landlocked bay lined with pine forests that reach down to the sea, making Marmaris the yachting capital of Turkey. In the old town, we recommend a tour of the Ottoman Castle, built by Suleyman the Magnificent in 1522, and some shopping and sightseeing. Marmaris is a very elegant resort and also boasts a lively and glamour nightlife.

Ekincik is a bay offering different delightful anchorages. One of these, Marina Bay, features a small dock built of local rock and a Yacht Club which boasts a splendid bar/restaurant
Beyond the natural beauty of its waters, beaches and secluded coves that are perfect for swimming and snorkeling, Ekincik is known as the starting point for tours of the wonderful ruins of Caunos, a town that dates back to the 10th century B.C. with astonishing tombs literally hewn out of a cliff and Ilica, a thermal area with springs, sulfurous baths and bubbling hot mud.

Gocek is an old fishing village that now hosts six modern and well equipped marinas, located in the Gulf of Fethiye. We suggest to explore the beautiful 12 islands that stand just in front of Gocek, considered a real Mediterranean paradise: clean waters, pine forests and endless beaches contribute to the charm of this area. Don’t miss a visit to the Ruin Bay, hosting the ruins of an ancient hammam that is said to be Cleopatra’s favorite one.
Gocek offers a Wide variety of restaurants serving local cuisine and a nice choice of bars and clubs.

The Blue Lagoon of Oludeniz is a secluded sandy bay whose waters boasts all the shades of turquoise and aquamarine; in fact, it is a natural reserve and is frequently rated among the top 5 beaches in the world. There are many anchorages in this area, but the most popular is the island of Gemiler where you’ll also be able to visit fascinating Byzantine ruins including a covered walkway leading to the water edge and a church with partially excavated mosaic floors. Dining alfresco on board in this enchanting bay is an unforgettable experience.