This economic short term Blue Cruise from Olympos to Fethiye takes 4 days and 3 nights. Embarking from Olympos, you will cruise down to Olympos which is known as Lycian Coast and the richest coastline of Turkish Mediterranean by means of history and archaeological purposes. Cruising on a Turkish gulet, this program has something for everyone. From the ancient cities and sights to crystal clear waters for swimming and snorkelling.
BLUE CRUISE Day 1
Embarkment from Demre at 10:00-11:00 hours. Our first stop will be the Pirates Cave. Later, we will cruise to the Sunken City of Kekova (this Lycian-Roman archaeological site is protected). Continue toSimena, a traditional Turkish fishing village with no car access and Byzantine/Ottoman castle. We will spend the last night in Gokkaya Bay where you can make optional water sports. Dinner and overnight on board in this old pirate's heaven.
BLUE CRUISE Day 2
Departure to Kas where we will first have a swim in a nice and quiet bay in front of the little town and then stop in the harbour for lunch. Visit this charming fishing village. Proceeding to ancient Antiphellos, as Kas was once known, only Lycian rock tombs & sarcophagi and the Roman theatre are left. Dinner and overnight in Firnaz Bay near Kalkan for breakfast and swimming.
BLUE CRUISE Day 3
Early in the morning, we depart for Butterfly Valley where we will stop for breakfast and swimming. This natural reserve hosts 136 kinds of different butterflies and moths. Oludeniz (The Blue Lagoon) will be our next stop for lunch and swimming. Optional excursion for paragliding is available.
In a bay near Oludeniz we have lunch. Last stop of the day is St. Nicholas Island. You may visit Byzantine ruins, swim. Dinner and overnight on board.
BLUE CRUISE Day 4
Departure for Samanlik Bay for swimming. After lunch, we cruise to Fethiye Harbour where you can disembark at 13:00-15:00 hours.
NOTE: Cruise itineraries are subject to change, due to bad weather conditions, force majeure and change in local legislation without prior notice and docking conditions in major ports and marinas.