The gulf occupies the eastern side of the Aegean Sea, located between the Bodrum Peninsula and the Datça Peninsula in SW Turkey. The Gulf of Gökova (Gökova Körfezi) is also known as Gulf of Kerme (Kerme Körfezi), which stands for “Ceramic Gulf” in Turkish.
Alaçati is located on westernmost Izmir peninsula on the Aegan Sea. This spot was recognized by windsurfers who, in fact, made the first promotion of Alaçati as a sailing destination. Port Alaçati has 260 berths in the sea and 100 dry berths. Alaçati is definitely worth visiting when you are planning your sailing trip to Turkey.
The Argolic Gulf is located off the east cost of the Peloponnese. It is popular among yachtsmen because it offers beautiful islands to explore, rich history and numerous bars and taverns. You can get a combination of mythology, art, history, fun and sailing. Some of the most popular sites in the Argolic gulf are the island of Hydra and the town of Nafplio.
The Saronic Gulf, located in the Aegean Sea, is a sailing paradise. Summer sailing in the Saronic Gulf is characterized by meltemi, northerly summer winds. The gulf consist of various islands: Salamis, Aegina, Poros, Patroklou and Fleves. Greece, and especially the Saronic Gulf, attracts thousands of visitors with its rich history and beautiful nature.
The Cyclades is a Greek group of islands situated in Aegean Sea, consisting of some 220 islands, mainly uninhabited. As this area is one of the most popular Greek tourist destinations heavy traffic and a lot of tourists are to be expected during the top season. Our proposed sailing route for this area is: Athens – Kea – Mykonos – Paros – Ios (Santorini) – Serifos – Athens