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Turkey Family - Turquoise Coast Itinerary
Day 1 Arrive in Karaagac
Arrive in Karaagac, to your farmhouse accommodation. It is located on a certified Eco farm, growing a variety of fruits and vegetables within the grounds. There is an outdoor pool and walking trails around the area to enjoy.
ACCOM: Cottage - 1
Day 2 Karaagac
Enjoy a free day wandering through the countryside on countless trails, try a craft activity such as pottery or enjoy relaxing on the farm or in the pool.
ACCOM: Cottage - 1
Days 3-4 Kas
With the next few days at leisure, there are heaps of local options to keep even the most active teenager fully entertained away from the pool. Water babies keen to explore the underwater world may like to give scuba diving a try, with plenty of wonderful dive sites to keep qualified divers equally entertained. Those glad to be back on dry land might prefer to explore the surrounding countryside on two wheels, enjoying mountain views and adrenaline-packed descents.
ACCOM: Hotel - 2
Days 5-6 Sailing the Turquoise Coast
Sail into the blue for the next two nights enjoying a gulet cruise on a traditional wooden boat. Go with the flow along the Lycian coast, stopping off in idyllic islands and hidden coves along the way. Take advantage of the warm waters and great visibility to don a snorkel and watch the fish swim by.
ACCOM: Gulet Cabin - 2
Days 7-8 Dalyan
This morning you’ll make the short journey across to the mainland, where you’ll disembark your gulet in Fethiye, saying farewell to your captain and crew. Waiting transport then drives you north west along the coast to Dalyan. Dalyan is a relatively small and lazy place to look around; its many bars line the river which runs alongside the city’s core. Upon arrival there should be free time to relax and, if you want, take a river cruise in one of the brightly coloured boats which line the shores. It’s also fun to visit the mud baths near to the centre, or for those with a hunger for historic sites a visit to the old Lycian tombs that shadow the town may be in order.
ACCOM: Hotel - 1