İzmir is a city that fascinates its guests with its unique bays…
The only thing you need to do to explore the bays and enjoy the sea, the sun, and the spectacular scenery until the evening is to board one of the boats that depart early in the morning from various locations.
These boats depart from Çeşme, Seferihisar, Gümüldür, Özdere, Karaburun, Foça, and Dikili coasts for daily tours. They take you around the beaches and anchor in the bays for you to swim in the turquoise waters. Apart from the public tours, you can also rent these boats for a private trip that only you and your family will attend. By doing so, you can watch the moonlight in the bay you want to swim during the night, you can fish, or make some other pleasant organization with your friends.
Tours departing from Çeşme take you to Eşek Island, where donkeys freely walk around, Jandarma Bay, and the Blue Bay (Mavi Koy), which is so clear that you can easily see the beauties under the water.
If you take a boat tour from Seferihisar, you can swim in the famous Harabeler, Papaz Boğazı, Taşada, Çamur Banyosu, and Akvaryum bays.
The boats departing from Foça, on the other hand, visit Siren Rocks, which is a protected area for Mediterranean sea monks, Orak Island, where you can see tons of rabbits, İncir Island, and The English Cape.
Tours from Dikili also let you spend a day of blue and green. The fun trip takes you to Ali Baba Bay, Pizza Bay, Killik Bay, and Ilıca Bay.
In addition to the daily boat tours mentioned above, you can rent schooners, sailboats, catamarans, motor yachts, or mega yachts, and have a longer trip.
These tours may start from Urla to take you to Karaburun, Çeşme, Alaçatı, Kuşadası, and Didim. They might take up to 10 days. During your trip, don’t forget to visit the towns on the shores where your boat is anchored. Also remember to see the local markets and the historical sites of the town.
No matter which tour option you take, when the sun goes down, you’ll feel a sweat light tiredness, and understand that you’ll always remember that day full of joy.
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