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Selimiye Sailing Holidays & Yacht Vacations

A charming village located in Mugla’s Marmaris district, Selimiye is a natural wonder where blue and green embrace each other. Selimiye is one of the frequent destinations of blue cruise boats that cruise along the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts. This small fishing village was called “Hidas” in 600 B.C. and as “Losta” in the Byzantine period. Selimiye, with its turquoise sea and untouched nature, is one of the must-see places during a sailing vacation. 

There are many restaurants on the Selimiye coast, each more beautiful than the other. The fresh seafood you will taste here will appeal to your eyes and your palate. One should get a taste of the famous dessert “Losta” which takes its name from the old name of Selimiye, and other traditional desserts made from goat’s milk. In this small and handsome village, you can go for nature walks, and buy the village bread made by the locals and the fruit and vegetables grown in the gardens of the region. 

The Hellenistic wall ruins, watchpoints which are built to guide the boats approaching Selimiye, lighthouse, monastery and theater are among the important historical buildings to be seen in the region. The remains unearthed from the shipwrecks here are exhibited in the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology. Selimiye continues to fascinate its visitors with its crystal clear waters and uniquely beautiful coves as well as its cultural and natural wealths. 

Kamelya Island, Aquarium Bay and Sig Harbor are among the places you should definitely visit on your sailing holiday departing from Selimiye. 

Kamelya Island

Kamelya Island, also known as Kameriye, is an island located off the Selimiye Village. You can dive to swim with the different kinds of fish in its deep blue waters. Kamelya Island is home to hundreds of years old olive trees and a monastery dating back to ancient times. 

Aquarium Cove

Aquarium Cove is another spot frequently visited by blue cruise boats. The rocky structures resembling the travertines of Pamukkale attracts great attention from foreign tourists in recent years. You will better understand why this bay is named Aquarium Cove when you swim in its sea. You can explore the rich underwater world by diving in the cool waters of Aquarium Cove. 

Sig Harbor 

Also known as Akkum Bay, Sig Harbor is a natural wonder bay between Kucuven and Sig Burun. There is a lush forest in the south of Sig Harbor, and rocky hills in the north. Sig Harbor is a very pleasant spot to swim in the crystal clear sea, sunbathe and take short walks in nature. 

Selimiye Sailing Holiday & Yacht Vacation Prices

You can set out on an unforgettable sailing holiday with your beloved ones in Selimiye with prices starting from € 90 per day. Sailing holidays are usually made weekly, checking in on Saturday and checking out on the next Saturday. However, it is also possible to rent a boat for a longer period. Selimiye yacht charter prices vary according to the boat type, size, guest capacity and equipment of the boat and seasonality.

Sailing holidays in Selimiye can be made with gulet, sailboat, motor yacht and catamaran type of boats. Boats can be rented with or without skipper. If you have the necessary licenses and enough experience in sailing, you can opt for the bareboat yacht charter option. By renting a boat without skipper, you can determine your sailing route and be the captain of your chartered boat, and set sail into the blues freely. 

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