Charter Boats Mediterranean - Ugur gulet
When you embark on a vacation in the Med, be prepared to experience an inspiring and rich mixture of culture; historical architecture and ruins from past civilizations - such as the Romans, Carian and Lycian to name a few. One of the well known pieces of history lie embedded in the cliffs in the charming town of Dalyan. The Caunos Rock Tombs are a marvel from the past. The Dalyan river, once known as the Calbys river was the border between Caria and Lycia was an important sea port. The six rock tombs on the Dalyan river (4th - 2nd century BC) are Dalyan's sight of interest.
Caunos Rock Tombs in Dalyan
Spending lazy days lounging about on your private boat holiday or strolling around in the nearby towns where you have dropped anchor - along the Mediterranean shores - can add delightful times while you get to know the area, culture and cuisine. This is certainly a totally different world - particularly from the main city lifestyle.
Cobbled streets of Marmaris Old Town
It presents an atmosphere of innocence with cobbled pathways that lead to the waterfront where you can find restaurants and quaint little cafes on the edge of a wooden pier, watching the other boats go by. From the shores of the Eastern Mediterranean nearby Antalya all the way to the border that meets the Aegean in Marmaris and further south to the island of Crete and the islands along the way, charter boat Mediterranean style in Turkey is a treasure of memories waiting to be experienced.