yacht charter destination turkey

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Turkish Riviera is a paradise that should gulet yacht charter be explored preferablble with a luxury yacht charter. Our expert charter brokers will consult and advise you to select the most appropriate yatch charter in meeting your special needs and desires. The Gulets are hand crafted in Bodrum where the finest quality of craftmanship exist to carve mahogany yacht cruise turkey and teak and Gulets are designed to provide you with the most memorable holidays in Turkey. Our luxury yachts provide you ample space for sunbathing or lay down under awnings to sip your drink. You can also use one of the dining tables located at the aft deck or prow deck to eat, drink or play games, etc.

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To encourage and motivate employees is a necessity in today’s business world. An incentive yacht charter program is one of the best ways to show appreciation to your employees for their hard work as well as motivate them for improvement for a better future success. This program is a great opportunity to guarantee a long-term and successful business relationship with your employees, to gain their respect loyalty and appreciation. Incentive yacht charter program is also an extraordinary way to say thank you to your colleagues for their years of service and inspire them to the new and greater achievements.Let us help you to achieve your goal of future success with our dazzling yacht charter and excellent crew service. Business tours on luxury private yachts often end up with the discovery of new ideas and innovations during conversations and discussions between the executives rather than in the boardrooms. It’s a great way to break shackles and seeing things out of the box.Business incentive program is simply the best step for the prosperity of your business. Therefore, incentive programs are just more than a simple vacation but an opportunity to fresh minds for the greater and better ideas and solutions. Check out our website to find the yacht of your choice and contact Turk Yacht for your special requests. Prepare yourself for the best and unforgettable journey of a lifetime experience.

Boat yacht charter turkey

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What can be more romantic than getting married on a luxurious yacht drifting along the exquisite coasts of the Mediterranean Sea during a memorable sunset? It’s an international fact that the Mediterranean coast and the Greek Islands are the most romantic places for weddings or honeymoon vacation destinations. Mediterranean and Greek Islands just have too much to offer. The spectacular beaches, superb weather and extraordinary scenery, are just few of the natural beauties that you will experience. Beside all that natural beauty, Turkey has also a great value of culture which you will be able to observe along the coastal towns and villages meeting with the gracious friendly and hospitable local people. The delicious freshly prepared Turkish meals are just a royal feast for our guests. Unquestionably, Turkey is the best destination of all gulet cruise destinations.

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Fishing is a passion which gives indescribable pleasure for both the amateur and the professionals. However since you are on a luxury yacht, which has all the necessary equipment and upscale service and comfort, fishing becomes just another celebration of relaxation. The members of our crew make all the preparation and the yacht sales on the best fishing spots of the Mediterranean and Aegean Sea earlier determined for your convenience. We offer a variety of fishing styles including live bait style offering the arsenal fishing equipment needed. Turk Yacht is the main operator of several luxury sailboats and provides the best standards of professionalism in every aspect.

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Would you like to discover Bodrum coves with blue cruises

 Blue cruises are very popular in our country Turkey, that is surrounded by sea from three sides. Mediterranean and Aegean sea coves are most attracting places for blue cruises. In recent years Greek islands have been added in these cruises. Different cultures,different flavours always attract us.
Bodrum ranks among the top in blue cruise tours. We can say that Bodrum is the heart of blue cruise.Bodrum hosts many local and foreign visitors everyear by its cultural structure and nature.

Bodrum blue cruise tours are much ideal for swimming and sunbathing.Moreover you can discover the coves that you encamp by your rental yacht.You can blow off steam by different water sports.There is a light breeze which pleases you greatly in Bodrum.When sound of waves are added in that light breeze,your holiday becomes more enjoyable.

Turkyacht organizes blue cruise tour programmes for Bodrum lovers.It has been trying to present an awesome blue cruise tour by its smiling staff and luxury boats.You can look over boats and tour programmes on our website.

You can witness all shades of green and blue by visiting the coves in blue cruises.You can discover new sights in every trip and also immortalize them with your camera.In recent years blue cruises are one of the most preferred holiday choices among many local and foreign tourists.

You find chance to have a comfortable holiday as you feel in a otel,by rental schooner(gulet).If your trip to a cove or Mediterranean and Aegean sea or Greek Islands,wherever you want.You can find a chance for a great holiday.

Yachting Turkey and Greek Islands

Day 1

Marmaris, Kumlu Buku

Boarding starts at 15:30 from Marmaris Harbour. You will be informed about the cruise itinerary and the gulet. Then we will cruise to Kumlu Buku.
Kumlu Buku is a large bay laying one mile north of Kadirga Limani, close to Marmaris. Set in a beautiful landscape, the bay is overlooked by the ruins of the ancient settlement of Amos. There are an acropolis, an amphitheatre, a temple and an altar to Dionysus to explore. It’s quite a hike up to this important historic site but the efforts of those who persist will be rewarded with spectacular views out over the bay. And on the way down, the excellent crepes served by the Hotel Dionysus, located on the bay, will taste all the better.
A restaurant with enticing straw huts full of giant cushions sits right on the shore and is a delightful place to lounge for a few hours. The restaurant serves pretty decent Chinese food, which may be of interest if you have overdone it on the meze or had enough grilled meat on your Kumlu Buku yacht charter. As the sun sets, the staff from the restaurant light huge torches all down the beach and the jetties are lit up with underwater lights it’s a spectacular sight. The pristine clear waters of the bay offer good snorkeling. Dinner and overnight stay at Kumlu Buku.

Day 2

Rhodes Island

After breakfast, you will be informed about the cruise itinerary and the gulet. Then we will cruise to Rhodes Island.
Rhodes (Rhodos or Rodos in Greek), lies between Crete and the near East in the Aegean ocean. Rhodes is the biggest of the Dodecanese islands. Named the sun island or island of light there are hardly any days when the sun doesn’t shine. With its subtropical climate and over 3.000 hours of sun per year you can be guaranteed a good tan on your holiday. Rhodes is one of the most popular holiday islands in Greece even Greeks themselves come to Rhodes for a holiday from the mainland. Dinner and overnight stay at Rhodes Island.

Day 3

Symi Island

We will cruise to Symi Island early in the morning. Symi has the most beautiful harbour in Greece. On either side of a steep sided fjord rise tier upon tier of houses, some white, some pastel yellow, but virtually all with Neo Classical pediments a reminder that 100 years ago this was one of Greece’s most prosperous islands. There has been virtually no modern concrete construction here and now these fine old houses are being resurrected for visitors. The spirit of the island remains intact. Dinner and overnight stay at Symi Island.

Day 4

Tilos Island, Nisiros Island

We will cruise to Tilos Island early in the morning. Simple, polite people welcome you as soon as you arrive on the island of Tilos. Tilos island has only 300 inhabitants and very little tourism. Here you will enjoy a quiet life, nature and you will swim in crystal clear waters. The lack of tourism gives you the opportunity to really get to know the locals and become part of their every day life. Don’t forget to visit Megalo Chorio where surrounding the central plaza you will see the remains of ancient walls, a necropolis (cemetery), a museum, monasteries and the ruins of a castle.

Nissiros or Nisyros, a small island in the middle of the Dodecanese complex, has lots of natural beauties and a rich cultural heritage whose inhabitants maintain alive up to day.
The geomorphologic feature most characteristic of the island is its volcano. It is said that Nisyros was born after a series of successive eruptions of the volcano, which is unique of its kind in Greece. The volcano of Nissiros island is considered to be still active and because of the easy access to its craters, thousands of tourists and scientists from all over the world visit it every year. The volcano and the serenity that one experiences in the picturesque villages of Nissiros island are two of its main attractions that will truly captivate you. Lastly, the island has a very rich fauna and flora that specialists have pronounced to be unique. Dinner and overnight stay at Nisiros Island.

Day 5

Gyali Island, Kos Island

Gyali is a small island situated 2 n.m NW from Nisyros Island; its SW part consists of thick layers of pumice stone, while its NE part consists of obsidian currents and perlite. In the island there is a pumice stone mining plant. Aghios Antonios islet is in a very close distance and has a beautiful beach. Then we will cruise to Kos Island.

Kos Island is really well worth visiting. Kos is the island that gave the world Hippocrates, the father of medicine. The third largest island of the Dodecanese, it is a very green island with an excellent infrastructure and large roads lined up with palm trees. During your visit to Kos Island, you must certainly visit the ancient ruins of the city that are numerous and remarkable, the ruins of ‘Asklipios”, the ‘Castle of the Knights’and the huge tree of Hippocrates (trunk diameter is 11,5 meters!). On Kos you will find some of the finest beaches in the Dodecanese islands of Greece. With many archaeological sites in and around the town, Kos is the ideal place for walking or cycling. Dinner and overnight stay at Kos Island.

Day 6

Kalymnos Island

We will cruise to Kalimnos Island early in the morning. Kalimnos is best known as the island of some of the world’s finest sponge divers. Although Kalimnos is a developing tourist centre, you can still see the sponge fishermen at work even today and you can still experience the islanders’ traditional way of life.
On this beautiful island of Kalimnos in the Dodecanese, you can take nice walks, swim in beautiful caves, and discover lovely beaches and unspoiled scenery, an example of which is the authentic village of Vathi hidden in a beautiful green valley. Due to its mountainous landscape, Kalymnos is also one of the best places to practice mountain climbing!

Also, most of the beaches of Kalymnos are equipped with water sport facilities. The wonderful sunsets over the tiny island Telendos are not to be missed they are on par with those of Santorini! Dinner and overnight stay at Kalimnos Island.

Day 7

Pserimos Island, Turgutreis

We will cruise to Pserimos Island early in the morning. Pserimos is an islet located between Kos and Kalymnos, about six nautical miles north of Kos and close to the Turkish coast. The total area is only about 15sq km and there is only a handful of permanent residents, around 100 who rely on fishing and tourism.
The island is a popular destination for tourists who arrive from Kos or Kalymnos on small excursion boats or pirate type tourist ships that arrive daily throughout the summer. Pserimos is a good day out for those wishing to avoid organised beaches of Kos or Kalymnos but the beach, though large, can get crowded once all the day trip boats arrive.

The beach is wide, deep, very sandy with shallow waters well sheltered in the deep bay and lined with beachside tavernas and cafes that catch the daily trade. There is a small harbour for boat mooring. There’s not much to see beside the single sandy beach though tracks lead over the rocky treeless hills to small coves. Then we will cruise to back to Turkey via Turgutreis.

Day 8

Karaincir, Bodrum

We will have a swimming stop at Karaincir on the way back to Bodrum. Karaincir is a 500 metre stretch of soft golden sand which is great for all the family. The tranquil blue water is invitingly calm, and also offers a number of watersports from banana boats to pedaloes. You can also soak up the relaxed ambience around the beach from one of the many sun loungers made available, whilst sipping on a refreshing drink from one of the venders. Bodrum is the ideal starting point for sailing the Aegean coast of Turkey. The Gokova Gulf is acknowledged to be one of the best cruising areas in Europe. With abundant sunshine, crystal clear waters, continuous blue skies, good anchorages and friendly people, this coast offers many diversities. There are many unspoiled areas rich in natural beauty and in costal settlements and villages.

Bodrum is a port city in Mugla Province, in the southwestern Aegean Region of Turkey. It is located on the southern coast of Bodrum Peninsula, at a point that checks the entry into the Gulf of Gokova. The city was called Halicarnassus of Caria in ancient times and was famous for housing the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Bodrum Castle, built by the Crusaders in the 15th century, overlooks the harbour and the marina. The castle grounds include a Museum of Underwater Archeology and hosts several cultural festivals throughout the year.

Day 9

Palamut Buku, Inceburun

After breakfast we will set sail to Palamutbuku. Palamutbuku is reputed for having the best beaches in the Datca peninsula. The beaches are small but very beautiful. Surrounded by mountains and spotted with gardens, these beaches are known for their tranquility and fresh sea air that together present the perfect backdrop for a rejuvenating getaway. Palamutbuku is located at the end of the peninsula and is also famed for the remains of the historic city ofKnidos. Knidos, known for its bounty of fish, is located about 12 kilometers away.

The waters here are crystal clear, so much so that it is believed that if you take a needle at the very bottom of the sea, you can still see it!
The people are warm and friendly. Palamutbuku epitomizes peace, tranquility and happiness. With its warm people with their smiling faces and immense natural beauty, Palamutbuku is indeed a little paradise in its own right.We will anchor at Ince Burun after lunch and swimming breaks. We will stay in this lovely bay for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 10

Aktur Bay, Bencik Bay

After breakfast we will cruise to Aktur Bay. Witness the world’s oxygen tank at Aktur! Spotted with pine trees, it definitely is a slice of paradise. In fact, it won the title of the ‘most beautiful bay inTurkey’ and proved to be a hot tourist destination. Aktur consists of two units, namely Datca and Kurucabuk, located at a distance of 4 km from each other.

The Hisaronu bay is located very close to the narrowest strip of the Datca peninsula and separates the Gulf of Gokova from the Gulf of Hisaronu. Around 550 BC, it served as a defense line against the Persian army who wanted to capture both HisaronuGulfand the GokovaGulfby digging kilometer long tunnel. Being a small island between the two gulfs, it definitely made a good point of defense. However, although the work was started with great effort, the city was ultimately conquered by the Persians.

The bays of theGulf ofHisaronu can be reached by a yacht from Bencik. The Borbudet Cove can be accessed by a 20 minute walk from the harbor entrance at Bencik. Bencik Bay which has a very narrow entrance but a unique view once you get inside. Bencik is located at the narrowest part of the peninsula that divides Hisaronu Gulf from the Gokova Gulf but it is located at Hisaronu side. Dinner and an overnight stay will be in Bencik Bay.

Day 11

Emel Sayin Bay, Orhaniye Bay, Selimiye Bay

After breakfast, we will anchor in Emel Sayin Bay and you can enjoy a swimming stop in this lovely bay. Named after the “queen and ambassador of Turkish classical music”, Emel Sayin, this place is indeed a great economic holiday destination with its mesmerizing smell of the pine trees, clear sea coast, awe inspiring views of the bays and warm and welcoming people.

For lunch we will dock in Orhaniye Bay. Featuring its deep blue sea and the legendary Kizkumu beach, Orhaniye is well admired by all holidaymakers. Take a journey down its quaint village roads to discover the historic castle of the black knight. Floating in this bay, the yachts present a picturesque scene. ThevillageofOrhaniyehas lots to offer to a hungry tourist. Enjoy walking down the village or witness the beauty of the busy docks accessed by local and foreign yachtsmen alike, stay indoors or explore the local culture and cuisine of the place Orhaniye is full of surprises! Final destination will be Selimiye Bay for dinner and an overnight stay.

The Selimiye village in the Mugla district of Marmaris is one of the pearls of the Gulf of Hisaronu. The ancient name of this village was Hydas, which got changed to Losta. At sunset, the sun disappearing behind the mountains surrounding the village seems to dye the scenery in a rich red hue. The ancient site of Bybossos Hydas (Selimiye) has ruins dating back to the archaic period. One of the highest hills of the region is in Selimiye, the other one at the top of Sarikaya and the last one has three castle ruins, including the Kizilkoy Asarkale Quarter. The sheep shaped southeastern hills are visited by foreign tourists looking to explore the castle ruins dating back to the Hellenistic era. The tomb in the southern part of the square is located 100 meters offshore from the coast and shows ships the way to the Selimiye. Other areas of interest include a monitoring tower, a lighthouse, a monastery and a theater.

American underwater archeologists and scientists are engaged in researching sunken wrecks in the region and have produced valuable findings that are now exhibited in the Bodrum Underwater Museum. Selimiye is frequented by the Blue Cruise boats. Selimiye Hisaronu Orhaniye are like an indispensable trio. Selmiye is also renowned for its clean sea water, a great bounty of fish, vegetables, fruits, almond and olive trees, the smell of fresh thyme and oregano enveloping the mountains, clean, pollution free air, peaceful environment and warm people.

Day 12

Dirsekbuku, Bozburun

After breakfast, we will anchor in Dirsekbuku. Dirsekbuku is located between the Gulf in the Aegean Sea and the Gulf of Hisaronu. There are many tourists travelling from Bodrum to Marmaris who stop here for rest, which is whey this region is replete with several sheltered bays. In addition, Dirsekbuku offers a great cruising experience, especially if you are exiting the different islands and sailing around Hisaronu in the morning.

From Marmaris to Fethiye for Blue Cruise

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Blue you can realize. The sea and sky too. However the Blue Sea is a mystery.” Poet Melih Cevdet Anday`s lines come rolling off my tongue as the yachts or gulets set sail from Marmaris to Fethiye and the deep blue sea draws my soul immediately in, upload to that the pine trees` bright green that spreads over the water as if to cool off, and my entire being is tossed hither and yon till it lands at Ekincik. Passing Dalyan, it turns first to Disibilmez and then to the headlands at Kurtoglu where it plunges into Fethiye Bay, cutting a wide circle from left to proper. Then it`s Bedri Rahmi cove followed through Gocek and from there to the Dodecanese island and then Kayakoy, where it after all lands like a bird.

The blessings of the blue cruise Known in ancients as Physkos, this historical port town of Caria dates back to 900 B.C. Following the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods and short rule by way of the Mentesogulları principality,it joined the Ottoman empire following a conquest by way of Suleyman the Magnificent in 1522 and came to be referred to as Mimaras and its later variations, Mermeris and Marmaris. Most of the Carian ruins lie in the vicinity of the Bozburun peninsula. The most important historical structure in the town center is the fortress erected by means of Suleyman. concept to have been built firstly by the ıonians, Marmaris Castle was opened up for agreement following the founding of the Turkish Republic in 1923. different Ottoman buildings in the town include the Hafza Sultan Caravanserai and the vaulted bazaar in the old marketplace. For years a tranquil city of fishermen and sponge-divers, Marmaris became one of Turkey`s leading centers of tourism beginning in the 1980s. whether or not you arrive via airplane at Dalaman or over land, when you`ve crossed the closing hills down the road lined with pines, you`ll encounter a signal saying here`s Marmaris!. This is the handiest spot for getting a bird`s eye view of the town.

When you succeed in the coast, you`ll either plunge wholeheartedly into the fast-paced motion, or set sail for a quiet vacation on one of the many available private yachts , private gulets and try to fathom the `deep blue sea`. The `Blue Cruise ,Blue voyage or yachy cruise you`ll make from Marmaris to Fethiye will take you into waters where inexperienced mingles with blue, and you won`t know whether or not it`s real or simply a dream. Ekincik Bay will have to be your first stop after leaving Marmaris. You`ll anchor at the vaulted Woods in the pine-shaded Semizce 1 and Semizce two coves, where you can revel in delightful evenings at the clubs and restaurants on the shore. And if you anchor in the open sea off Dalyan, which takes its name from the house`s herbal canals and the fishing weirs set up right here, you can now not only excursion the canals in one of the small boats waiting at the shore, you can also have a soothing dust bath at one of the nearby spas. Meanwhile the king rock tombs, the historic city of Kaunos, and iztuzu beach, nesting ground of the Caretta caretta, are some of the added blessing of this directions.. Plenty of coves and islands The bays ,the coves or the islands and the of Fethiye and Gocek are a ways and away the handiest stops on this destination. No sooner will you input the cove than an array of incredibly lovely islands such as Domuz, Tersane, Gocek, Tavsan and Yassica (fanciful names that translate as, for example, `Pig` and `Rabbit`) will upward push before you. Domuz island, so named for the many wild boar that used to roam there, is covered with olive groves and pine trees.

The island also has a harbor naturally sheltered from the wind. The Yassica islands, where you can watch the world`s most beautiful sunsets, are small and have no touristic facilities. just select a patch of land, tie up your boat and take a hike; on the biggest one you will come to a lake that makes it all value the attempt. Tersane, the largest of the islands on the Gocek aspect, boasts the homes of the former Anatolian Greeks which were vacated in the inhabitants replace of 1918. Gocek island, first choice for those who favor to keep in city and swim at the nearest beach, is an excellent port for you and your luxury yacht or luxury gulet. The minute you get there, you can anchor at both the municipal marina or one of the private marinas and comb out into the town, where your feet will lead you automatically into the slender back streets with their bustling array of colorful shops if hiding out in private bays is your thing, you will coincidence scores of them at Gocek. Kille, Taslica, Sarsala, Hamam and Gobun to mention just a few. At the front to Taslica cove, also known as `Bedri Rahmi Cove`, the first thing you`ll realize are the rock tombs minimize into the hills on your right, to be followed via the figure of a fish painted on a rock through none different than Bedri Rahmi Eyüboglu himself, one of Turkey`s major painters and poets of the ultimate century. The inexperienced foliage and smell of the storax trees that line Boynuz Buku from finish to end will immediately begin you daydreaming. The emerald coves of Sarsala and Hamam cove with its ancient ruins submerged underneath the water will be the most beautiful bluecruise stops on your shuttle. When you anchor at this cove, you can either swim directly out to the baths, or view the ruins from land as you stroll below the pines.

Later, when you set sail as soon as once more, you`ll come to the coves of Yavansu and Gobun The luxury yacht Deadelmare is 26 meters in length. She provides five well designed and cushy cabins to accommodate 10 special guests. The guest cabins comprise of one grasp, two master ,two double cabins and one twin cabins. each cabin is fitted with air conditioning as well as en suites. best ports the luxury gulet Deadelmare serves are Rhodes , Kos ,Gocek, Fethiye, Marmaris and Bodrum. She is additionally fully equipped to trip open seas and lengthy distances as far as Santorini and Meis. Hand in hand with nature and history When you flip towards Fethiye from the coves of Gocek, you will come to three islands. One of them is referred to as Kizil Ada, the `crimson island`, for the reddish hue the sand and pebbles on its shore take on at sunset. The islands big and small to the northwest of this island are a favorite place with diving buffs. Sovalye or knight island just at the front to Fethiye is a spot as soon as used via the Knights of Rhodes. As you unfurl your sails and head for the islands, you will turn at Bozburun and iblis point to arrive at the Bay of Belcegiz. here, where you will in finding nature and history hand in hand, is the island of Gemiler and, instantly opposite it, the village of Kayakoy nestled in the hills. As Gemile entertains `blue cruise` enthusiasts with its ruins dating back to the Byzantine length, it also offers the added blessing of the international`s most stunning sunsets. A quantity of ruins have been unearthed in the excavations that have been under manner here because 1991 underneath the path of the Fethiye. Read More..

GULET HOLDAYS PROVIDE FREEDOM & RELAXATION

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One of the main purposes of gulet holidays is to experience a more personalized service. You have the freedom to do whatever you wish during your gulet cruise. The word stress should not even exist in your vocabulary during a gulet holiday. It is a time-out from everyday life so relaxation should be the best part of it. Read More at http://www.turkyacht.com/

HISTORY OF GOCEK

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Gocek is one of the ancient Lycian settlements found between those of Fethiye and Caunos. Regrettably there are only a few ruins remaining from ancient Kalimche. The main settlement area is unknown; therefore no further excavations have been made to search further. Gocek is still keeping its secrets, as historical writers have not disclosed the region’s assets and history in detail. Examples of rock tombs, monuments and baths can be found in the bays and along the Fethiye highway. There are also some ruins on the Tersane islands belonging to both ancient and recent history. One can well imagine the Daidalos and Ikarus legends to be true for Gocek if its geographical situation is examined. The locations of the ancient cities of Krya, Lisai and Lydai can be found on the Kapidag peninsula that can be reached by boat. Boat trips to these places operate regularly and although the region has not been excavated fully, several objects have recently been recovered from these settlements.

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WHICH SEASON IS THE BEST FOR GOCEK

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The summer season starts in May and continues until the end of October in this typical Mediterranean city. It is very hot in summer. March and April are the months for observing nature awaken with spring. The eco tourism season starts in these months. The temperature is not lower than 10 Celsius in the winter and reaches almost 40 Celsius in the summer.
Sea swimming is comfortable for at least nine months of the year. July and August days are long and hot and the nights are warm. June, the beginning of July and all of September offer a better combination, with warm days and cool evenings. The water in September can be especially warm in places. The months of May and October offer excellent sailing conditions and the opportunity to go trekking or fishing.