Kos Island is really well worth visiting. Kos is the island that gave the world Hippocrates, the father of medicine. The third largest island of the Dodecanese, it is a very green island with an excellent infrastructure and large roads lined up with palm trees.
During your visit to Kos Island, you must certainly visit the ancient ruins of the city that are numerous and remarkable, the ruins of ‘Asklipios", the ‘Castle of the Knights’and the huge tree of Hippocrates (trunk diameter is 11,5 meters!). On Kos you will find some of the finest beaches in the Dodecanese islands of Greece. With many archaeological sites in and around the town, Kos is the ideal place for walking or cycling. Dinner and overnight stay at Kos Island. Read More…
Yalikavak is situated on the North western face of the Bodrum Peninsula . Yalikavak is certainly the only town in Bodrum that grows in an overwhelming speed and the one of the most famous part in Bodrum.
Legend says that its name is a depiction to many poplar trees it once had. Nowadays it is rather difficult to spot poplar trees in the area, contrary to its namesake. Indeed, its hills are covered by mostly oak forests.
Yalikavak is proud to boost a 29 km shoreline dotted with many teagardens, restaurants, cafes and is the windiest area in the region.
The howls of endless winds almost never cease in Yalikavak. The locals were fisherman and sponge divers until recent past.
Then our boat will cruise back to Bodrum Port for the last day’s dinner and an overnight stay.
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In recent years,yacht tourism is very popular in Marmaris. Sea addicted yachtmen visit Marmaris every summer. Its spectacular coves,seas and greens attract many tourists. You can enjoy with Marmaris blue cruise. Furthermore you can enjoy water sports, too.Priceless treasure of sea never ends. It offers different beauties to visitors every year.
Schooner is one of the most favorite yacht in Marmaris blue cruises. Schooners are known as ‘wooden boats’ by all people. Fully Turkish made schooners offer an unforgettable vacation to you.
You can be the first person who meet the sunshine of the day and eat your dinner in the moonlight as well. Moreover you can walk on coves,join the cultural trips and taste the different kind of food. You can join the water sport activities or enjoy the sunshine on your boat. Otherwise night life lovers have funny moments in their accommodations.
Turkyacht organizes Marmaris blue cruise tours . They begin in April and end in October every year .You can analyse our tours in our website.
You can rent your boats with groups. You can choose your routes or create your own route by yourself. If you are single,you can rent a cabin or join in one or two weeks tour programmes.
You can both rent a boat with a group or a cabin by yourself. We recommend you to enjoy both two options. We ensure that they will be unforgettable memories in your mind.
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Saint Nicholas was born in Patara, was elected bishop during Diocletian’s persecutions, and died in Myra around the year 350. This stories of his charitable acts took on legendary dimensions during the following centuries.
One of these stories concerned three boys who were hacked into pieces by a greedy butcher, who salted and pickled them for sale in his shop. Nicholas miraculously restored the boys to life. On another occasion, on hearing that the daughters of a poor Myran could not marry for lack of a dowry, Nicholas stole under the man’s window at night and left a bag of gold for each girl. This act earned him the reputation of secretly delivering gifts in the black of night.
The ancient city of Aphrodisias, dedicated to the goddess of love Aphrodite, was a Hellenistic city which also flourished under Roman and Byzantine rule. Excavations in the 24-meter-high (78 ft) theater hill have revealed layers of settlement going back to the Bronze Age (c. 2800-2200 BC). It was founded in the 5th c. BC and flourished under the Roman Empire (1st c. BC-4th c. AD). Mark Antony recognized the autonomy of Aphrodisias in the 1st c. BC. In the Byzantine period it was first the seat of an archbishopric, then of the metropolitan of Caria. In the 6th c. AD the name of Aphrodisias was changed to Stavropolis, the city of the Cross, to erase the pagan goddess of love from peopleís minds. As the capital of Caria Aphrodisias was finally called Caria which then became Geyre in Turkish. Later in the 13th century it was abandoned. The city was buried by a series of earthquakes.
Aphrodisias was primarily known as a center for the arts, specifically sculpture. The Aphrodisias School of Sculpture had a distinctive style and was very well circulated throughout the Greek and Roman world. Statues with corresponding signatures were discovered from Spain to present day Germany and virtually everywhere in the Roman world. The existence of Aphrodisias was almost forgotten until a Turkish professor, Dr. Kenan Erim, of New York University received a grant from National Geographic to excavate the site in the 1960ís. His archaeological work revealed a city of vast importance.