Alakisla Kissebükü
Blue Cruise Bays, Islands and Ports

Alakisla Cove

Alakisla Cove, is a beautiful and relatively secluded bay located on the Bodrum Peninsula in southwestern Turkey. It is situated along the Aegean Sea, near the town of Bodrum
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Orak Island
Blue Cruise Bays, Islands and Ports

Orak Island

Orak Island, also known as Orak Adası in Turkish, is a small and picturesque island located in the Aegean Sea, off the southwestern coast of Turkey.
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Pabuc Burnu
Gokova Gulf

Pabuc Burnu

Pabuc burnu is a headland found at the furthest western point of the Gulf of Gokova. It is named after its nose structure resembling a Pabuc and is covered by pine forests.
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Longoz
Blue Cruise Areas in Turkey

Longoz

Longoz, positioned to the northwest of Gokova Gulf, is a bay enveloped by pine forests. The bay’s sea is renowned for its turquoise hue and transparency.
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Cokertme
Blue Cruise Bays, Islands and Ports

Cokertme

Cokertme is a charming coastal village located on the Bodrum Peninsula in southwestern Turkey. It is situated along the Aegean Sea, near the town of Bodrum,
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Cleopatra Island
Blue Cruise Bays, Islands and Ports

Cleopatra Island

Cleopatra Island, also known as Sedir Island, is a small, picturesque island located in the Gulf of Gokova along the southwestern coast of Turkey.
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Karacasogut
Blue Cruise Bays, Islands and Ports

Karacasogut

Karacasogut is a charming coastal village located on the Aegean Sea in southwestern Turkey, near Marmaris in the province of Muğla.
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Bodrum Resort & Port
Gokova Gulf

Bodrum: A New Discovery For The Discerning Traveller

Bodrum is a charming and fascinating little port, 270 km. south of Izmir, on the Aegean coast of Turkey. The inhabitants of Bodrum are around 30.000 and earn their living by fishing, boat-building, agriculture, weaving (the village Mumcular is famous for its carpets, kilims and other weavings) and tourism, which has become the most important industry in the last few years.
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