- Location: the Mediterranean Sea around Turkey
- Attraction Type: Sea excursion
- Significance: Pleasure cum informative voyages
- Best Time to Visit: April to October
- How to reach: Reach Bodrum, Antalya by flight
- Nearest Airport: Antalya International Airport, Milas-Bodrum Regional Airport
Blue Voyage in Turkey is an engrossing way of spending a holiday in the Mediterranean. A yacht cruise in the fantastic blue waters of this sea is an experience to live for. These summertime voyages are doubly wonderful as the clear blue sky provides the perfect backdrop. The still seas with spectacular coastline featured by innumerable bays and coves are very inspiring.
There are a number of Blue Voyage routes that you could undertake from Turkey. Bodrum-Gokova-Bodrum, Antalya-Kekova-Antalya, and Marmaris-Fethiye-Marmaris are among the most sought after Blue Voyages in the Mediterranean.
The Bodrum-Gokova-Bodrum voyage is an eight-day trip of fun, activity, and relaxation. You get the opportunity to swim in the waters of Bodrum, or Cleopatra Beach. The Cleopatra beach also allows you to windsurf and snorkel. The turquoise blue waters with fair underwater visibility allow for fabulous snorkeling. Cokertrne Bay is another spectacular destination covered in this voyage. Kara Island with its rocky shores and the Seven Islands are outstanding excursions. You could even explore the pine-forested area in Longoz Bay.
The Antalya-Kekova-Antalya Blue Voyage is also an invigorating 8-day trip covering Olympos the location of the sacred mountain of the Greeks, Cayagazi, the birthplace of Santa Claus, and Kekova. Port of Ceneviz is an enticing place for swimming, snorkeling, and windsurfing. In Kale Village, you get the scope of intermingling with friendly fishermen and simple village people. The ruin of Phaselis is another illustrious site that you get to visit during this excursion.
The Marmaris-Fethiye-Marmaris voyage takes you to charming and unforgettable destinations. After reaching Ekincik you explore ancient Lycian tombs and the mud baths of Caunos. You would also get the rare opportunity of exploring Roman Baths, Greek temples, and Byzantine churches. Merdivenli Bay allows you all the water activities of snorkeling, windsurfing, and swimming. Fethiye is remarkable for its medieval monastery and the largest rock tombs of Lycia. This Blue Voyage in the Mediterranean also lasts eight days.