Fethiye-Blue Lagoon-Gocek-Fethiye

Fethiye-Blue Lagoon-Gocek-Fethiye Itinerary

Day 1

Boncuklu Bay, Paspatur Bazaar

Tour members will depart from the port city of Fethiye at 4:00 p.m. It is known for its beautiful beaches, lively center, and great food, making it a popular tour destination. Once we visit the many loved sites here, we will move on to Boncuklu Bay. Situated west of the center, the bay is a great swimming spot. Other activities that take place here include watersports and relaxing at the beach club. From here, we will explore the lively Paspatur Bazaar. Set in the heart of Fethiye, souvenir shops, restaurants, and many bars can be found here. For the last stop of the day, the tour will head back to Boncuklu Bay, a short distance from Paspatur Bazaar.

Day 2

Butterfly Valley, Blue Lagoon, St Nicholas Island

Butterfly Valley is one of the most visited destinations within the vicinity of Fethiye. Its name is given due to the many butterfly species in some months of the season that can be found here. Known for its beautiful views, glistening waters, and ecotourism, this will be the first stop. Another pivotal location in Fethiye is the Blue Lagoon. It is a naturally sheltered lagoon with some turquoise warm waters and a sandy stretch. Beach clubs and water sports facilities can be found here, for those wishing to take part in activities. After soaking up the sun, the tour will then move into St. Nicholas Island, also known as Gemiler Island. It is said that the original tomb of St. Nicholas can be found here. Other main features include secluded bays and ancient ruins.

Day 3

Aga Limani Bay, Cleopatra's Bath

In the Gulf of Gocek, Aga Limani Bay can be found and is a much-loved site for group tours. The bay features crystal clear waters, a healthy ecosystem, and the ancient ruins of Lydia. The bay itself is a collective of two smaller bays, where underwater springs can be found making the water incredibly clean. After spending the first part of the day here, the tour will move on to Cleopatra's baths. Located within the tranquil Hamam Bay, the ancient bath is said to have been built by Marc Anthony for Cleopatra as a wedding present. Crystal-clear waters, mountainous surroundings, and pine-studded cliffs make this spot a must-visit site.

Day 4

Sarsala Bay, Bedri Rahmi Bay

Located south of Dalaman, Sarsala Bay is one of many inlets in the region.  Stunning waters, densely pine wooded hills, and practical facilities all make this bay a favorite in the Gocek Gulf. Perfect for anchoring and staying overnight, the waters are calm making it great for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. As the tour heads northeast, the next stop will be Bedri Rahmi Bay, also known as Tasyaka Bay. It is named after the famous artist, writer, and poet, Bedri Rahmi Eyuboglu, due to his fish mural at the entrance of the bay. Naturally sheltered boasting beautiful views, this is a popular spot for tours and boaters alike.

Day 5

Merdivenli Bay, Domuz Island

Amongst the picturesque surroundings of Gocek and the pine-forested hills, we will visit Merdivenli Bay. This bay is a much-loved spot in the area for relaxing and soaking up the sun. This bay has a small village settlement where residents sell locally produced jams, honey, and other goods. From here we will cross over to Domuz Island also known as Prince Island. The island is named after the wild boars which are thought to have lived on the island. Although uninhabited, there are ruins that can be found dotted across the land. The most famous bay here is Aquarium Bay

Day 6

Zeytinli Island, Yassica Islands

Zeytin Island lies south of the Yassica Islands and is named after the olive trees that cover its lands. It is a privately owned island and is home to an olive processing factory. From here, the tour will move on to Gocek, a small town part of Fethiye. A highly prominent yacht tourism site, Gocek has six marinas. It is a Registered Area of Special Protection, so despite high levels of tourism, its beauty has been preserved. Yassica Islands will be the last stop. The collective of 5 islands is uninhabited and provides opportunities for swimming and watersports. The islands are relatively close and can be swum, to and from with ease.

Day 7

Kizil Island, Help Beach, Samanlik Bay

Situated west of the coast of Fethiye and south of Gocek, Kizil Island is one of the most popular Gocek Islands. Its name translates to Red Island derives from the color in which it turns during sunset hours. The island is largely uninhabited however a lighthouse can be found, perfect for taking pictures. Help Beach will be the next stop and is situated within Boncuklu Bay. There is a lively beach club and Yacht club with several facilities. The day will end at Samanlik Bay, a beautiful pebbled beach, home to coral reefs, great for snorkeling and diving. Surrounded by pine-studded hills, this spot has the perfect backdrop to take photos.

Day 8


Tour members will end in Fethiye on the final day at 9:00 a.m. The coastal and port city famous for its Blue Cruise tours has several surrounding sites that can be visited. However, the city center and old town are also host to a wealth of tourism hotspots. Visitors can find many restaurants, nightlife establishments, souvenir shops, local markets, and Paspatur Bazaar, all worth visiting. In addition to this, historic sites such as the Lycian Stone Sarcophagi and Fethiye Museum can also be visited while in the city center.