The Turkish Riviera, also known popularly as the Turquoise Coast, is an area of southwest Turkey encompassing the provinces of Antalya and Muğla, and to a lesser extent Aydın, southern İzmir and western Mersin. The Turkish Riviera allows guests to take a trip aboard our own boat Salamander to ancient cities, harbours, tombs, and beaches in the small coves, forests, and streams that are on the Turquoise Coast
The Greek islands are traditionally grouped into clusters and the two clusters we can offer are the North Aegean islands, a loose grouping off the west coast of Turkey and the Dodecanese, another loose collection in the southeast between Crete and Turkey. Rhodes has been the area’s dominant island since antiquity. Of the others, Kos and Patmos are historically the more important; the remaining twelve are Agathonisi, Astypalaia, Chalki, Kalymnos, Karpathos, Kasos, Leipsoi, Leros, Nisyros, Symi, Tilos, and Kastellorizo.
Montenegro is a Balkan country with rugged mountains, medieval villages and a narrow strip of beaches along its Adriatic coastline. The Bay of Kotor, resembling a fjord, is dotted with coastal churches and fortified towns such as Kotor and Herceg Novi.
Set in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, the Dalmatian coastline stretching from Montenegro up to Croatia is quite simply breathtaking, particularly when explored by yacht. The area boasts over 1200 islands, of which only 70 are inhabited. The impressive northern Dalmatia includes the stunning Kornati archipelago, also known as the Stomorski islands, home to a National Marine Park which is often referred to as a ‘nautical paradise’. Tranquil coves, crystal clear waters, wonderful culture and historic architecture make the Dalmatian coastline quintessential cruising ground.