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Sailing Turkey | Gocek:

Gocek has long been a desirable destination for both Turkish and foreign Sailing, as well as a favorite stopover for jet-setters and celebrities alike. This small town is one of the Lycian settlements found between Caunos (Dalyan) and Telmessos (Fethiye). This paradisical village of four-thousand inhabitants is only 18 km and 15 minutes by car from Dalaman International Airport, which can be reached in 1 hour from Istanbul.

 

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It is not just world-class yachting that makes Göcek a special place; it is the way the culture and natural surroundings blend in such a serene way. Strict development laws ensure that this very unique setting is protected; and since there is no oversupply of hotels, it is never crowded; majority of visitors are usually sophisticated travellers like yourself

Best is to fly into Dalaman Airport from where we can arranged transfer down to Gocek Marina. (15 minutes).

 

Sailing Turkey | Gocek and subregions:

Near Gocek, at Icmeler, the hazy mountains of the interior slope down to sandy beaches. Under blue skies, the clear sea is ideal for all types of water sports. Many find this area so irresistible that they stay longer than originally planned. And there are some excellent accomodations here, in which you can prolong your contact with nature. As you drive down from the high mountains into the village of Turunc the scene opens out onto the spectacular blue waters beyond the natural harbor. The village itself is small and scattered around the bay. Most of the restaurants border the beach. A few bars and restaurants farther back from the water's edge offer fresh fish and superb views.

 

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Sailing Turkey | Gocek Conditions:

The Lycian Coast of Turkey boasts superb Sailing conditions for Sailing Turkey with at least 10 hours of sunshine each day, calm waters and favorable westerly winds blowing at about 15 knots. Turkey enjoys 315 cloudless days per year for Sailing Turkey. During the peak of Sailing Turkey season, between April and October, the skies are blue and the waters are warm. In midsummer, charter guests enjoy glorious sunsets and long evenings, under gentle winds and still seas. With stunning coastline, dotted with hundred of coves and bays, and an endless myriad of history and culture to explore.



       


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