Located in the Gulf of Fethiye in Muğla province, Göcek is a small rural town that has preserved its village character. It is located in a sheltered bay and is the first region that comes to mind in Turkey regarding Blue Cruises. It is a fascinating place with its tastefully arranged gardens, eye-catching green nature, turquoise sea and magnificent mountains.


Bodrum is a famous holiday destination whose fame has spread to the world with its castle rising on the peninsula consisting of the merging of the eastern and western ports and the white houses lined up on the shores of the two ports, the rumps and the narrow streets descending to the sea. The exceptional night life of Bodrum is favored by many.


The Gökova region is a picturesque area located in the south-west of Turkey, between the cities of Bodrum and Marmaris. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, including crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches, and pine-covered hills. One of the main attractions of the Gökova region is the Gökova Bay, which is a large, horseshoe-shaped bay that stretches for over 50 kilometers. The bay is surrounded by majestic mountains and is home to many secluded coves and beaches, such as Akyaka Beach, Akbük Beach, and Çınar Beach.

“God created the world and embroidered Gökova. He bestowed upon His servants to depict heaven.” Sadun Boro’s words to describe the Gulf of Gokova actually leave little to say.


One of the most beautiful routes of the blue cruise is Hisarönü Bay. There is also a shallow harbor in the gulf, and there are also harsh seas… There are forests decorated by date palm trees, and barren areas. It extends from Datca to the Bozburun Peninsula. Çiftlik Bay, Kurucabük, Gönlücek Bükü, Bencik Bay, Orhaniye, Selimiye, Dirsek bays host hundreds of boats every summer. It is one of the rare regions where the forest and the sea are intertwined.