Bodrum and beyond
With its eminent location on the centre of the Turkish Riviera, The Bodrum Peninsula offers a wide variety of experiences and attractions – from island cruising in the Aegean Sea to exclusive nightlife, boutique browsing, pristine beaches, quiet little fishing villages and ancient, historical sights.
The city of Bodrum is in many ways different to other Turkish beach towns. With its charming, white houses and green hills, the atmosphere is almost more Greek than Turkish – or perhaps even French? Bodrum is often referred to as Turkey’s answer to Saint-Tropez due to its sleek marina and quay lined with restaurants and bars, and its charming, narrow boutique streets.
From the Bodrum Cruise Port it is easy to get to the Greek island of Kos a mere 20 km away and explore the other nearby islands in the Dodecanese Island Complex.
The Turkish Riviera
While Bodrum is a unique, cultural pearl of its own right, you will find that most towns along Turkeys’ turquoise coast have their own uniqueness – something to offer unlike any other place.
Apart from the famous crystal clear, turquoise waters, there is plenty of both natural and man-made beauty to discover and explore along the Turkish Riviera: From the ancient site of Ephesus (Efes) or the picturesque Kusadasi Castle in the north to the secluded cove of Butterfly Valley or the refreshing Duden Waterfalls in the south.
Let us know what type of experiences that thrill you, and we will tailor your blue cruise to suit your specific preferences. Our lines are open round the clock – we speak English, Danish, Norwegian, German, and Turkish.