DAY 1 Embarkation in Marmaris
DAY 2 Marmaris - Serçe
DAY 3 Serçe - Datça
DAY 4 Datça – Bencik Bay
DAY 5 Bencik Bay – Hisarönü Gulf
DAY 6 Hisarönü Gulf - Bozukkale
DAY 7 Bozukkale - Amos
DAY 8 Disembarkation in Marmaris
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Ancient Marmaris, Pyskos was an important stage
on the Anatolia-Rhodes-Egypt trade route. In the 16th
century, Süleyman the Magnificient had a citadel built
there, the remains of which can still be seen today.
Serçe is a quiet, deserted cove. Goat herdscan be
seen in the hills. Excellent for fishing, snorkelling
The Datça Peninsula provides a natural
boundary between the Agean Sea (Gulf of Gökova)
and the Mediterranean Sea (Gulf of Hisarönü). At the
end of the peninsula, 38 km. from Datça, stands the
ancient Carian city of Knidos described by Strabo as
“a city that was built for the most beautifulgoddesses”.
Bencik Bay From Kuruca the steep-to slopes of the Dorian Peninsula drop sheer into the sea til
Bencik where the rubbly red landscape resembles the scenery around Grand Canyon, on a smaller
scale. In the Gulf of Hisarönü is the peaceful Keçi Bükü by Marti Marina is rich in natural beauty; the
surrounding mountains and forests, and the long “Kizkumu” (sunken pier), is a natural sand formation
which is very interesting to see.
Bozukkale, ancient Loryma can only be reached by boat, preserves the ancient harbor and castle
remains. On the north side of Kumlubük, above the water, stands the ancient Rhodian city of Amos.