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Marmaris Private Gulets for Charter

Known as Physkos in the antiquity, Marmaris has a rich history. The exact date of the initial settlement has not been well understood. However, according to the researches done on ancient sites, its history goes back to 900 B.C. Having hosted many civilizations such as the Seleucid Empire, Roman Empire, Byzantium, Mentese Beyligi and the Ottoman Empire, the town is culturally diverse. It was initially called Mimaras under the Ottoman rule; its name later became Mermeris and finally Marmaris.

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Coves of Marmaris

Cleopatra Beach – Sedir Island

Cleopatra Beach is among the top attractions of the Marmaris gulet charter route. According to a legend, Cleopatra herself swam in these waters. The region is known for the golden sands brought from North Africa in antiquity and draws attention with its nature. There are remains from the Roman period on the western edge of the island. Having an antique theatre and an agora, the island is thought to host a festival to honor Apollo.

Kızkumu Beach

Another place that can be discovered via chartering a yacht in Marmaris is Kızkumu. It is an important place within the Gulf of Hisarönü. When you visit Kızkumu, you might see people walking on water because of the shallow patch of sands extending into the sea. We recommend you visit this beautiful cove in the evening, enjoy the sunset and the calm.

Kumlubük Cove

Kumlubük Cove is one of the most popular locations of Marmaris with its magnificent sea, lush nature and the calm. You can experience activities such as jet-ski, banana, and ringo. Additionally, we recommend snorkeling to take a closer look at underwater. Kumlubük will mesmerize you with its pine forests, crystal clear sea. Do not forget to visit this cove this summer.

Çiftlik Cove

Known for coarse-grained sands, which is rare for Marmaris, Çiftlik Cove is one of a kind. The beach covers the entire cove, and the sea is crystal clear to match. Çiftlik is suitable for diving as well, by snorkeling, you can witness an amazing underwater world. We recommend you to visit Çiftlik Cove.

Gebekse Cove

Unlike Çiftlik Cove, Gebekse offers ultimate serenity. Not possible to reach by land, the cove is known for its turquoise water. You also can visit historical sites found at the edge. These ancient remains are thought to belong to a church. You can visit this beautiful cove end to end with a chartered gulet from Marmaris.

Selimiye Cove

Formerly known as Losta, Selimiye is one of these places where transportation is difficult, but it is worth visiting. Historically known as a safe harbor, Selimiye offers natural shelter for gulets. It is only 45 minutes away from Marmaris. With little settlement, the cove has a great display of natural beauties. If you plan to charter a gulet in Turkey, we recommend you to visit Selimiye.

Bordubet Cove

With its magnificent beauty, Bordubet is one of the most popular coves of the Marmaris gulet cruise holiday. Overlooking the beautiful Gulf of Gokova, Bordubet mesmerizes the visitors. With a chartered yacht from Marmaris, you can visit Bordubet and enjoy an unforgettable yacht holiday with lush nature, deep blue sea and the chirping of the birds. Also, because the livelihood in the region is beekeeping and fishing, you might want to enjoy natural and delicious food. Charter a gulet in Marmaris and enjoy Bordubet.

Amos Cove

Amos is a small and pleasant cove with its long beach and turquoise sea.  One of the most important of the Rhodian cities, Amos has historical significance. Its name means the Temple of Mother Goddess in the Ancient Greek language. It became more important as the archeologists discovered more about the cove. Witness the sunset and the sunrise in this ancient land and feel the history in your veins. We recommend Amos for your Marmaris blue cruise route.

Abdi Reis Cove

Located at the edge of the Marmaris, Abdi Reis cove is popular among divers. You can take part in diving activities or attend diving courses. Located 24 kilometers away from Marmaris, Abdi Reis has a lush nature. This magnificent cove, covered with trees, fascinates the visitors with its dramatic landscape. If you plan to visit the cove, do not forget to take a peek underwater by taking part in activities such as snorkeling and scuba-diving. Abdi Reis is the place to visit if you plan a Marmaris gulet cruise and love nature.

Routes near Marmaris

Marmaris has several gulet charter routes. Belde, Bozburun, Datça, and Selimiye are nearby. For this reason, when you plan a gulet cruise holiday in Marmaris, you can also include these popular regions in your route.

Most Popular yacht types in Marmaris

It is possible to see all types of yachts in Marmaris. However, gulets are more common than other types of boats. Explore the magnificent coves of Marmaris by chartering a gulet. If you are traveling with a small group, you might opt for a sailboat or a catamaran. However, we recommend you explore Marmaris with a gulet charter.

Transportation to Marmaris

The nearest airport to Marmaris is Dalaman Airport. The distance between the airport and Marmaris is approximately 88 km. The most practical and easy way to get to Marmaris is by plane, especially from Istanbul, Izmir, and Ankara, where all major airlines organize flights to Marmaris. Dalaman Airport transfers to and from Marmaris via Havaş buses. Transportation to Marmaris from Dalaman Airport takes approximately 1.5-2 hours.

If you like lush nature, crystal clear seas, dramatic landscapes and enjoying your time to the fullest, you can charter a gulet in Marmaris and go on a blue cruise. You can check our yachts in Marmaris from our website. If you would like to plan your holiday with our experienced travel consultants, you can contact us via our call center or at [email protected]avira.co. If you are planning a gulet cruise in Marmaris, one of the main issues is the gulet charter prices. Gulet rental prices vary according to the type of boat and the number of people. For an average gulet, the price range is €25-100 per person per day. You can get more detailed information by contacting our travel consultants or by leaving your request on our website.

Marmaris Private Gulets for Charter

Known as Physkos in the antiquity, Marmaris has a rich history. The exact date of the initial settlement has not been well understood. However, according to the researches done on ancient sites, its history goes back to 900 B.C. Having hosted many civilizations such as the Seleucid Empire, Roman Empire, Byzantium, Mentese Beyligi and the Ottoman Empire, the town is culturally diverse. It was initially called Mimaras under the Ottoman rule; its name later became Mermeris and finally Marmaris.