14 Day Tours including 4 Day Gulet Cruise Turkey Tours - 14 Days

All About 14 Day Tours including 4 Day Gulet Cruise Turkey Tours & Istanbul, Antalya, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Fethiye, Kalkan, Kas, Kusadasi, Demre, Pamukkale Tour

Highlights:

Hagia Sophia (Santa Sophia) Museum

Blue Mosque

Hippodrome

Topkapi Palace

Grand Bazaar

Perge

An Ancient Paraphilia

Theatre of Hierapolis

Derwent Valley

Pasabag

Urgup

Avanos

The Ancient city of Aphrodisias

A fertile valley

Goreme open air museum

Kaymakli underground city

Amphitheater

The Celsius Library

House of the Virgin Mary

Temple of Artemis

Kekova

Simena

Byzantine/Ottoman castle

Gokkaya Bay

St.Nicholas Island

Fırnaz Bay

Aquarium Bay

Kas

Oludeniz

The Pirates Cave

Day 1
Arrival in Istanbul and Check-in to hotel

Upon arrival in Istanbul, we will meet you at the airport with your name and transfer you to your hotel in the Old City area (Sultanahmet). You will check into the Boutique hotel which is close to all the historical places. You will have free time for the rest of the day and spend the night in Istanbul.

Day 2
Daily Old City Walking Tour (B,L)

At 09:00am our professional guide will pick you up from your hotel and you will depart for your full day "Best of Istanbul" walking tour. Your guide will take you to: the Hagia Sophia (Aya Sophia) Museum, the Blue Mosque, the Hippodrome, Topkapi Palace and the Grand Bazaar. At the end of the tour, our guide will drop you back at your hotel. Free time and overnight in Istanbul.

Day 3
Free day in Istanbul (B)

Options of things to do today: Daily Gallipoli tour, a Bosphorus Cruise, a City Tour or a Prince Island Tour, etc..

Day 4
Istanbul-Cappadocia by plane and Daily South Cappadocia tour (L)

At 05:00am you will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to the airport for the one hour flight to Cappadocia at 07:00 am. Upon arrival in Cappadocia, we will meet you at the airport with your name and transfer you to our office in Goreme town. You will be picked up at 9:30 AM for a tour of Southern Cappadocia. You will explore the Underground City of Derinkuyu, stroll through the scenic Ilhara Valley and stop for lunch at a restaurant near the river. After lunch, you will continue to Selime Monastery and then Pigeon Valley for some breathtaking views and great photo ops! At the end of your tour you will be taken to your hotel and you’ll have the rest of the night free.

Day 5
Daily North Cappadocia Tour (B,L)

If you choose to do the Hot Air Balloon Ride, you will be picked up from your hotel at 5:30 AM and taken to the balloon departure point. The balloon ride will finish around 7:30 AM and you will be taken back to your hotel where you can have breakfast before your next tour. You will be picked up at 9:30 AM for your tour of Northern Cappadocia. The first stop will be a vista point overlooking Goreme where you will see Uchisar Castle. From there you will go to the Goreme Open Air Museum and then stop for lunch is Avanos. Next, you will see a kick-wheel pottery demonstration and then get the chance to try yourself! On the way back to your hotel you will stop at photo points such as Cavusin, the animal shaped rock formations of Devrent, the mushroom shaped fairy chimneys in St. Monk’s Valley and St. Simeon’s monk cell. You will have the rest of the evening free in Goreme.

Day 6
Cappadocia-Izmir by plane (B)

You will be picked up from your hotel after breakfast and transferred to the airport for a one-hour flight to Izmir. Upon arrival in Izmir, we will meet you at the airport with your name and transfer you to your hotel in Kusadasi. You will have the rest of the day free and spend the night in Kusadasi.

Day 7
Daily Ephesus Tour (B, L)

After breakfast at your hotel, you will be picked up at 9:00 AM and you will depart for the Ephesus Tour. When you arrive, you will have a fully guided tour of the ruins. During the tour you will see the Temple of Artemis (one of the 7 Ancient Wonders of the World), the Amphitheater, the Celsius Library, which is still active, ruins left from the ancient city, and the House of the Virgin Mary, her last dwelling place. At the end of the tour, we will take you back to the hotel. Free time and overnight in Kusadasi.

Day 8
Daily Pamukkale and Hierapolis Tour (B, L)

Following breakfast at your hotel, you'll check out and we will pick you up at 8:30 AM and begin the 3-hour journey. Around 12:00 PM you will arrive in the small but friendly town of Pamukkale and stop for lunch. Then, you will be taken to the ancient city of Hierapolis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your guide will show you how the citizens lived, worked and enjoyed themselves back when the city was a thriving metropolis. Highlights include the Temple of Apollo, the Roman Theater and the Martyrion of St. Philip. From there, you will move on to the main attraction, the travertines. You will have free time to explore and relax in the travertines and have a rejuvenating swim in Cleopatra’s Pool. At the end of the tour you will be transfered to your hotel in Pamukkale village. You will have free time and spend the night in Pamukkale.

Day 9
Daily Aphrodisias Tour and transfer to Antalya (B,L)

After breakfast and check out at your hotel, you will be picked up at 09:00 a.m and depart for your full day Aphrodisias Tour. You will see: the Ancient city of Aphrodisias, which is one of the most important archeological sites of the Greek and Roman periods in Turkey. Aphrodisias is located in the Maeander River basin, in a fertile valley 100 miles southeast of the port of Izmir. It is famous for its sanctuary of Aphrodite, the city’s patron goddess. Aphrodisias enjoyed a long and prosperous existence from the first century B.C through to the sixth century A.D. Today, many of the city’s ancient monuments remain standing, and excavations have unearthed numerous fine marble statues and other artifacts. The extraordinary preservation of this site brings the culture of the Graeco-Roman world vividly to life. At the end of the tour, we will transfer you to Antalya, where you will check into your hotel in Kaieici (City Center). You will have the rest of the evening free and spend the night in Antalya.

Day 10
Daily Perge, Aspendos, Kursunlu, and Manavgat tour (B,L)

After breakfast, you will be picked up at 08:30 a.m from your hotel and depart for a full day tour of the naturally beautiful, historic sites of Antalya. You will see: Perge, which was a significant city of ancient Pamphylia, originally settled by the Hittites around 1500 BC. Next you will travel to Aspendos, which bears one of the best-preserved Roman theaters in Anatolia. You will then visit one of the best Waterfalls in the Antalya region. At the end of the tour, you will be transferred back to your hotel. Free time and overnight in Antalya.

Day 11
Antalya-Demre by bus and transfer to the boat for 4 day Blue Cruise from Demre to Fethiye (B,L,D)

You will have breakfast and check out of your hotel for an 08:30 a.m pick up time. You will be transferred to the bus station for a 3 hour drive to Demre. Upon arrival in Demre, we will meet you at the bus station with your name and transfer you to the boat. Check into the boat and have lunch on board. After lunch, the boat will depart from Demre Harbor. Kekova Sunken City, Pirates Cave and Simena Cruise are our first stops. At Pirates Cave you can swim into the cave through the turquoise blue water. Afterwards we will sail over top of Kekova sunken city and see the ancient Roman ruins. However, swimming is forbidden so you can only view it from the boat. In Simene town you will walk up to the old Castle with a beautiful view of Kekova bay. You can enjoy the rest of the day with optional water sports activities. Dinner and overnight on the boat.

Day 12
Kalkan and Kas (B,L,D)

After breakfast, you will cruise to Kas harbor for lunch and visit the small, peaceful fisherman’s village. There are Lycian rock tombs and a Roman theater that you can explore. Afterwards, you will cruise to Firnaz bay near Kalkan. Dinner and overnight on the boat.

Day 13
The Butterfly Valley, Oludeniz and St. Nicolas Island (B,L,D)

When you wake up, you will be in Butterfly Valley for breakfast. The boat will sail early in the morning during the sunrise to Butterfly Valley to see this beautiful natural reserve. If it is the right season you will be able to see 130 kinds of different butterflies. Next we will sail to Oludeniz, here you have the chance to experience paragliding over one of the best coast lines in the world. Our last stop for the day will be St. Nicolas Island where you can see the very well-preserved Byzantine ruins and a beautiful sunset from the top of the island. Dinner and overnight on the boat.

Day 14
Fethiye-Istanbul by plane

After our last breakfast, we will sail to Samanlık Bay for swimming and lunch. You will disembark in Fethiye harbor about 2:00 p.m and check out of the boat. We will transfer you to the airport for the one-hour flight back to Istanbul or you may take the ferry to Rhodes.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • All Airport transfers mentioned in the itinerary
  • All flight tickets with taxes
  • All bus transfers and hotel transfers mentioned in the itinerary
  • All meals mentioned by the itinerary (B-breafast, L-lunch, D-dinner)
  • 7-day small Group tour mentioned by the itinerary (Guide, Lunch, Transportation and all entrance fees
  • 11-Night Boutique hotel with breakfast in the city centers.
  • 3 Night 4day Gulet Cruise with all meals -Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Standard yacht equipment, board games, snorkels & masks, fishing lines. Passengers may bring snacks, such as fruit, nuts, muesli, yoghurt, chocolate and other
  • Vegeterian meals
  • Full travel insurance

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • Dinner
  • Drinks
  • Tips
  • Archeological sites and national park entrance fees on the cruise

All About 14 Day Tours including 4 Day Gulet Cruise Turkey Tours & Istanbul, Antalya, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Fethiye, Kalkan, Kas, Kusadasi, Demre, Pamukkale Tour

Antalya:

Antalya (population 2 million), “capital” of the Turkish Mediterranean Coast, is a sprawling modern city with a small, charming historic center, a good archeology museum, long sunny beaches to east and west, the Turquoise Coast’s busiest airport, good hotels, Blue Cruise Turkey, Gulet Cruise Turkey, lots to see and do, and dramatic sea and mountain views.

The historic center, called Kaleiçi (Kah-leh-ee-chee, Old Antalya) surrounds the Roman harbor. Many buildings here date from Ottoman times, a few from Roman times, and some have been restored as houses, boutique hotels, pensions and restaurants.

Antalya’s prime beach is Konyaaltı Plajı, a l-o-n-g swath of rough sand and pebbles running west for several kilometers.

The sand is somewhat softer along Lara Plajı to the east. Other beaches are farther afield at Side and Alanya to the east, or Kemer, Phaselis and Olimpos to the south.

Visit Antalya for Kaleiçi, the museum and beaches, and because it’s the transport hub of the region with a big, modern airport 10 km (6 miles) east of the city center, and a big, modern bus terminal (Otogar) 4 km (2.5 miles) north. Here’s more on how to get to Antalya, and how to get around.

Istanbul

Plan at least 3 days in Istanbul — so much to see & do (even with kids), lots of good hotels, hostels, apartments/flats, restaurants, bazaars & shops, even beaches. Here are the best tours & itineraries…Western Turkey Tour

Istanbul verifiably otherwise called Constantinople and Byzantium, is the most crowded city in Turkey and the nation’s financial, social, and noteworthy focus. Istanbul is a cross-country city in Eurasia, straddling the Bosphorus strait between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea. Its business and authentic focus lies on the European side and around 33% of its populace lives on the Asian side. The city is the managerial focal point of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality both facilitating a populace of around 14 million residents Istanbul is one of the world’s most crowded urban areas and positions as the world’s seventh biggest city appropriate and the biggest European city.

Established under the name of Byzantium on the Sarayburnu projection around 660 BCE, the city created to wind up a standout amongst the most huge ever. After its restoration as Constantinople in 330 CE, it served as a majestic capital for very nearly 16 centuries, amid the Roman and Byzantine (330–1204 and 1261–1453), the Latin (1204–1261), and the Ottoman (1453–1922) empires. It was instrumental in the progression of Christianity amid Roman and Byzantine times, before the Ottomans vanquished the city in 1453 and changed it into an Islamic fortification and the seat of the Ottoman Caliphate.

Istanbul’s key position on the notable Silk Road, rail systems to Europe and the Middle East, and the main ocean course between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean have created a cosmopolitan masses, albeit less so since the foundation of the Turkish Republic in 1923. Ignored for the new capital Ankara amid the interwar period, the city has subsequent to recovered quite a bit of its unmistakable quality. The number of inhabitants in the city has expanded tenfold since the 1950s, as transients from crosswise over Anatolia have moved in and city limits have extended to oblige them. Arts, music, film, and social celebrations were set up toward the end of the twentieth century and keep on being facilitated by the city today. Base upgrades have delivered an unpredictable transportation system.

Cappadocia:

Turkey is the historic area of central Anatolia bounded by the towns of Hacıbektas, Aksaray, Nigde and Kayseri. It was known as Cappadocia in ancient times, and is still called Kapadokya informally today.Cappadocia is Turkey’s most visually striking region, especially the “moonscape” area around the towns of Ürgüp, Göreme, Uçhisar, Avanos and Mustafapaşa (Sinasos), where erosion has formed caves, clefts, pinnacles, “fairy chimneys” and sensuous folds in the soft volcanic rock.Although the volcanic landscape can appear inhospitable, the mineral-rich soil is excellent for growing vegetables and fruits, making Turkey Tour Cappadocia a rich agricultural region. It has always been one of Anatolia’s prime grape-growing areas, and still boasts many productive vineyards and wineries.

The Bible’s New Testament tells of Cappadocia, but in fact this part of central Anatolia has been important since Hittite times, long before the time of Jesus.

Prime activities here are visiting the historic painted cave churches of the many monastic valleys (especially the Göreme Valley and Zelve Valley), flying in a hot-air balloon at dawn above the incredible landscape, hiking the volcanic valleys (especially the Rose Valley [Güllüdere]), and spending the night in a comfortable cave hotel room with all the modern comforts.

For an excellent full-day excursion, drive to the surprising underground cities at Derinkuyu and Kaymaklı and the formerly Ottoman-Greek mountain town of Güzelyurt before taking a hike of several hours in the Ihlara Valley.

You may also want to spend a half-day hiking the less-visited Soğanlı Valleys of southern Cappadocia, south of Mustafapaşa.

Cappadocia was known as Hatti in the late Bronze Age, and was the country of the Hittite force focused at Hattusa. After the fall of the Hittite Empire, with the decrease of the Syro-Cappadocians after their thrashing by the Lydian lord Croesus in the sixth century, Cappadocia was ruled by a kind of medieval gentry, abiding in solid palaces and keeping the laborers in a servile condition, which later made them well-suited to outside servitude. It was incorporated into the third Persian satrapy in the division set up by Darius however kept on being administered by leaders of its own, none evidently incomparable over the entire nation and all pretty much tributaries of the Great King.

Ephesus:

Ephesus is the best-preserved Roman city in the Mediterranean region, and one of Turkey’s top sights along with Istanbul and Cappadocia, but the Ephesus archeological site is not the only reason to visit this region. Ephesus and Pamukkale Tour

Selçuk, the town 3 km (2 miles) east of the Ephesus archeological site, lies at the foot of Ayasoluk Hill, topped by a Byzantine-Ottoman fortress. On the slope are the St John Basilica and İsa Bey Mosque, both worth a visit, and below them the scant remains of the renowned Artemision. The Ephesus Museum holds the excavation treasures.

Selçuk has a big weekly market on Saturday, rivaling the famous weekly market at Tire (TEE-reh), a town 42 km (26 miles) northeast of Selçuk.

Good beaches are at Pamucak, Kuşadası and Altınkum, or you can take a day-trip for beach and windsurfing to charming Alaçatı.

Fethiye

Fethiye, 200 km/124 miles (3 hours) west of Antalya, and 131 km/81 miles (2 hours) east of Marmaris, rests on a broad Mediterranean bay boasting some of Turkey’s best beaches and yachting. Plenty of hotels provide a place to stay, and Dalaman Airport makes access fairly easy.

The wide swath of Çalış Beach, several kilometers long, is only 5 km (3 miles) northeast of Fethiye. Ölüdeniz, perhaps Turkey’s most beautifully-situated beach, is 8.5 km (5.3 miles) south of Fethiye, over the hills. Both beaches have their own selections of hotels and restaurants.

Besides the beach, visitors like the ruins of ancient Telmessos scattered through the city, and the day-long 12-Island yacht cruise of the bay, especially the stop at Gemile Island, covered in unrestored Byzantine ruins. Boats depart on the cruise every day in the warm months from Fethiye’s busy harbor.

Fethiye is a favorite getaway for British travelers. You may hear English spoken in the streets, shops and markets.

Some 2400 years ago, Fethiye (FET-hee-yeh) was the prominent town of Telmessos, but earthquakes have left only a few Lycian stone sarcophagi from the old town, along with the dramatic Tomb of Amyntas carved into the sheer rock cliff high above the town.

Kalkan

Kalkan is a Turkish Mediterranean fishing village gone upscale to resort status. Located 27 km (17 miles) west of Kaş, it’s like Kaş with less land but more money.

Kalkan has retained more of its Ottoman-era character, and has beauty and charm despite the inevitable modern development, most noticeable in the form of the 60-room Patara Prince Hotel & Resort and the 18-villa Club Patara Villas on the southeast side of Kalkan’s pristine little azure cove.

The good news is that Kalkan has a good selection of hotels and villas to rent/let for your visit.

Once an Ottoman Greek fishing village named Kalamaki, Kalkan (kahl-KAHN, shield) has a tiny beach, but is too hemmed in by mountains falling right into the sea to have much coastal sand. Most people swim from tiny concrete decks set near the sea, reached by stairs or ladders.

Kalkan’s small yacht harbor stays busy ferrying day-trippers to the Blue Cave and to tiny, hidden Kaputaş (KAH-poo-tahsh) beach, 7 km (4.3 miles) to the east.

Kalkan is a favorite destination for British travelers coming for a week’s villa vacation, or years of easy retirement living. If you’re traveling through, I wouldn’t recommend Kalkan for a long stay, but a night or two can be pleasant.

Kaş

Kaş, once an unspoiled fishing village, is now a relatively unspoiled tourist town on the southern bulge of Turkey’s Mediterranean coast two hours’ drive southeast of Fethiye and three hours’ drive southwest of Antalya.

Despite dozens of new hotels and pensions, Kaş (KAHSH) still has charm, part of which comes from its setting at the foot of a wall of mountains facing the sparkling Mediterranean.

Another part of its charm comes from Kaş’s unhurried ambience. Because it is hours away from the Mediterranean’s two major airports (Antalya and Dalaman), it gets fewer visitors than towns that are more quickly accessible.

Ruins of the ancient town of Antiphellos mix with modern buildings in Kaş. Across the water to the south lies the Greek island of Megisti (Kastellorizo; Meis Adası in Turkish). You can go there easily for a day trip.

Kaş’s beaches are small, pebbly and apt to be crowded, so visitors in search of a broad, long sand beach drive west to Patara.

Otherwise, visitors to Kaş spend time in waterfront coffee-houses and restaurants, take boat trips to nearby Üçağız and Kaleköy or the Blue Cave, visit the neighboring village of Kalkan, or walk up the mountain to the cliff tombs.

Kaş is also a good base for exploring the plentiful ancient Lycian cities and archeological sites such as Demre (Kale), Patara, Xanthos (Kınık), Letoön, Saklıkent and Tlos.

Kusadasi (Kuşadası):

Kuşadası (pop. 500,000) is a major Aegean resort city and cruise ship port 108 km (67 miles, 1-1/2-hour drive) due south of İzmir (map).

Being so close to the renowned ruins of Ephesus, it gets more than its share of Turkish and foreign visitors.

With more than 140 hotels, Kuşadası has plenty of beds for visitors, though some of them are noisy. More…

Everybody visits Ephesus. Some travelers also come for the city’s vibrant nightlife and shopping, others come for Kuşadası’s beaches.

Although there are some stretches of beach right in the city, the prime beach—rather narrow, and also backed by city—is Ladies Beach (Kadınlar Plajı) south of the center.

Serious beach fans make the 15-minute, 8-km drive north to Pamucak Beach, which is wide, long and uncrowded, and nearer to Ephesus, but with fewer services, some surf, and no lifeguards.

You can use Kuşadası as a base for tours of other sights in the region such as Priene, Miletus and Didyma; Euromos; Pamukkale and Aphrodisias; and even İzmir and Bodrum.

Demre (Myra, Kale)

Demre (Myra, Kale)

Demre (Myra), 50 km (31 miles east of Kaş and 80 km (50 miles) southwest of Çıralı, is the town where Santa Claus (Noel Baba in Turkish) first brought joy.

Actually, it was St Nicholas, a 4th-century Bishop of Myra, who lived and worked here, and who was later transmuted into the jolly Christmas elf called Sinterklaas in Holland (and similar names in other European countries), and later Santa Claus in North America.

An 11th-century church in Demre, now the Santa Claus Museum (Noel Baba Müzesi), once held his earthly remains, but in 1087 most of his bones were taken by force to Bari in Italy, and the remainder taken to Venice in 1100. (Churches were built in both cities to preserve the purloined relics. In 2009 the Turkish government demanded the return of the relics to Demre.)

Nicholas was born in nearby Patara, became a priest, rose to the rank of bishop, and did much of his good work here in the Roman town then called Myra, a name derived from myrrh.

Legend has it that he’d drop small bags of gold coins down the chimneys of houses with poor girls who were old enough to marry, but had no dowry. Another story says he’d leave gold coins in the shoes of the poor who put them out for him. Sanctified for his good works, he became the patron saint of virgins, sailors, children, pawnbrokers and Holy Russia.

Pamukkale:

Pamukkale, 18 km (11 miles) north of Denizli, is Turkey’s foremost mineral-bath spa because of its natural beauty: hot calcium-laden waters spring from the earth and cascade over a cliff. As they cool they form dramatic travertines of hard, brilliantly white calcium that form pools.

Named the Cotton Fortress (pah-MOOK-kah-leh) in Turkish, it has been a spa since the Romans built the spa city of Hierapolis around a sacred warm-water spring. The Antique Pool is still there, littered with marble columns from the Roman Temple of Apollo. You can swim in it for a fee.

You can spend a pleasant day at Pamukkale, exploring the extensive Roman ruins of Hierapolis, climbing the ranks of seats in the great Roman theater, touring the exhibits in the Archeological Museum, splashing along the travertines (where permitted) and even soaking in the Antique Pool littered with fluted marble columns.

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Trip Facts

  • Istanbul, Antalya, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Fethiye, Kalkan, Kas, Kusadasi, Demre, Pamukkale
  • 14 days
  • Breakfast, Lunch (Dinner On Cruise 2 Days Only) as mentioned in itinerary
  • Good as mentioned in Cost Included Section
  • Budget Travel, Cultural, Child Friendly, 2 Week Trip
  • Cultural Tour, Hot Air Balloon riding, Diving, Hiking, Nature Walk, Peragliding, Swimming, Turkish Night, Turkish Bath, Whirling Dervish Show, Road Cycling
  • Possible According To Group Size

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