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4 Day 3 Night Blue Cruise Turkey Tours Fethiye to Olympos

4 Day 3 Night Blue Cruise Turkey Tours Fethiye to Olympos

The most popular Blue Cruise leaving from Fethiye the cruise that heads onto Olympos. Taking 4 days and 3 nights this cruise is the highlight of most peoples time in Turkey. The cruise has something for everyone whether it is the ancient sights or the beautiful turquoise waters for your swimming and snorkeling, no one will leave disappointed.

Highlights:

The Butterfly Valley

Oludeniz

St.Nicholas Island

Fırnaz Bay

Aquarium Bay

Kas

Antiphellos

Kekova

Simena

Byzantine/Ottoman castle

Gokkaya Bay

The Pirates Cave

Andriace harbour

the Archaeological site of Myra

Demre

The St.Nicholas Church

Day 1
Samanlık Bay – Butterfly Valley, Oludeniz Beach, St. Nicholas Island (L, D)

At 10AM you will be picked up from your hotel in Fethiye and depart from Fethiye harbour for your amazing cruise. At 12 AM the cruise will stop at Samanlik Bay for swimming and then lunch. You may have your lunch at the Butterfly Valley depending on the sea conditions also where you can swim, optionally visit the nature. If it is the right season you will see 136 kinds of different butterflies and moths, gives its name to the valley. After that, you will cruise to Oludeniz (The Blue Lagoon) where optionally paragliding is available. St.Nicholas Island will be the last stop of that day. During the various stops you will have plenty of chances to swim.

Day 2
Fırnaz Bay-Kalkan – Kas (B, L, D)

You will be in Fırnaz Bay, in other words Aquarium Bay, for your breakfast when you wake up. After the breakfast you will be free for swimming as much as you can, then the cruise will depart for Kas to stop at Kas harbour for lunch and to visit this charming cosy fishing village. In the ancient city Antiphellos, the other name of Kas once upon a time, only Lycian rock tombs, sarcophagi and the Roman theatre are left, the charm of this town remains! After departing from Kas, in a bay near Kekova, we stop for swimming and dinner.

Day 3
Sunken City-Kekova – Gokkaya (B, L, D)

You will depart from the Sunken City of Kekova (this Lycian-Roman archaeological site is protected, so it’s forbidden to swim. You can only sighsee). There will be a lunch as usual at noon time at Simena, a traditional Turkish fishing village with no car access and where there is an Byzantine/Ottoman castle. In Gokkaya Bay, there is an optional water sports are available if you would like to do. Later there is a dinner, relaxation in this pirates’ haven or party at night away at the Smugglers Inn.

Day 4
Pirates Cave – St.Nicholas Church – Myra – Demre (B, L, D)

After your breakfast, you will have the chance to look at the Pirates Cave according to as long as the sea conditions permit before cruising to Andriace Harbour for lunch. After that, the bus will transfer you to the archaeological site of Myra, and Demre for a visit to the St.Nicholas Church. Here this wonderful journey ends. There will be another bus transfer to Olympos Tree Houses or dependind on your request you can also be dropped to the bus station.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • All meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Afternoon Tea, Coffee, Biscuits/Dinner). Vegetarian meals available upon request
  • Standard yacht equipment, board games, snorkels & masks, fishing lines. Passengers may bring snacks, such as fruit, nuts, muesli, yoghurt, chocolate and other
  • Transfer from the hotel in Fethiye to the boat
  • Transfer from the boat to Olympos
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tax
  • Fuel
  • Harbour fees
  • Service

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • Drinks
  • Tips
4 Day 3 Night Blue Cruise Turkey Tours Fethiye to Olympos
200

All About Blue Cruise Turkey Tours Fethiye to Olympos & Fethiye, Kalkan, Kas, Myra (Demre), Olympos Tours

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. Turkey Tours

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.

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.

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.

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.

Olympos:

The neighboring hamlets of Olimpus and Çıralı, on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast southwest of Antalya, are known for a pristine little beach, a pine forest full of tumbledown marble temples, tree house-hotels, and the Chimera, natural flames springing from the rock that have burned ceaselessly for millennia.

Located 80 km (50 miles) southwest of Antalya on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast not far from Phaselis, Olimpos and Çıralı are set 7 km (4 miles) off the highway among pines, citrus orchards and farmers’ fields. A little stream flows through a rocky gorge and reaches the Mediterranean at a beautiful beach (more photos).

The hamlets of Olimpos and Çıralı are side by side behind Olimpos Beach, and you can walk along the beach from one to the other in 15 minutes, but the narrow roads that reach them from the highway are entirely different.

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Trip Facts

  • Fethiye, Kalkan, Kas, Myra (Demre), Olympos
  • 4 days
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Blue Cruise
  • Budget Travel, Cultural, Weekend Trips, Child Friendly
  • Cultural Tour, Diving, Hiking, Nature Walk, Peragliding, Swimming, Turkish Night, Turkish Bath, Road Cycling
  • Possible According To Group Size (Contact us)

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