Take a boat trip around the stunning bays and islands of Gocek.  You can take a daily tour or hire a private traditional turkish gulet for a daily/overnight cruise.  There are many tour boats in Gocek ready to take you.  Boats normally depart between 9:30-10:30 every morning and return around 17:30 - 18:30.  Lunch is included on the daily tours.  You have the chance to see the dolphins, flying fish, and even sea turtles. You can explore Dockyard Island, the biggest of the 12 islands.  This sheltered island was used as a dockyard for ships during the Ottoman period.  Ruins of houses and a shipyard can be still seen on the island.  This is a great place for swimming and snorkelling.  Enjoy Cleopatra's Bay, famous for its ancient ruins in the sea.  According to the myth, during one of Cleopatra's visits she requested a Roman bath to be built here.  The water, rich in elements and minerals, very good for the skin, is said to have contributed to her beauty.  Try it yourself - swim around the ruins and become as beautiful as Cleopatra!  Visit Yassica Islands with a salty lake on the largest island surrounded by clear, dark blue, deep waters.  There's a passing from the biggest to the smallest island, which you can walk (1.5m depth).  On the shore you can buy fresh pancakes and pastries.  Water skiing, banana boat and paraglidingare available here.  Experience the calm, crystal blue waters of Gobun Bay or spend time lounging on nearby Gocek Island.  Swim in Boynuzbuku Bay and see the sweet gum trees.  Explore Bedri Rahmi Bay, named after the poet Rahmi Eyupoglu who famously painted a fish on a rock behind a fountain.  Behind the painting is a hidden Lycian rock tomb.  Go kayaking in Sarsala Bay or take it easy with a sunset cocktail on Red Island.  So many wonderful places to visit.  We can arrange either a daily charter tour or private cruise for you.

Dalyan is a place of outstanding natural beauty.  Take a boat trip along the banks of the Dalyan river and view the stunning Lycian rock tombs, the resting places of the kings of Caunos, carved out of the local cliffs over 2,500 years ago.  At the mouth of the river delta you will arriveat Iztuzu beach, 4 km of white, sandy beaches and untouched coastline.  The entire delta is a protected national conservation areaand home to over 100 species of birds and one of the last nesting grounds of the endangered loggerhead turtle.  The best time to see them is at dawn from May to September.  A must do activity in Dalyan is to visit the mud baths on the banks of the river.  The mud supposedly contains minerals such as calcium and magnesium which are beneficial for the skin and overall health.  A full day trip is advised.

Blue Lagoon (Oludeniz) is a natural nature reserve surrounded by pine forests and stunning long, white sandy beaches.  Oludeniz Beach remains one of the most photographed beaches in the mediterranean and is a must visit place.  The calm, turquoise waters are perfect for a day's swimming and relaxation.  Oludeniz's main beach is bordered by an attractive promenade lined with small shops, cafes and restaurants.  You can also take a boat from Oludeniz town to the stunning Butterfly Valley (only reachable by boat) - a stunning beachwith untouched nature.  There is a small restaurant there and simple beach huts.