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Archaeological cruise sailing holiday in Turkey

Archaeological cruise sailing holiday in Turkey
£2,995.00

A chance to visit some of the biggest and best preserved classical cities in the world, travelling by traditional wooden gulet on the Aegean coast of Turkey.

Cultural sailing cruise in Turkey

Cultural sailing cruise in Turkey
£1,795.00

This cultural tour and sailing vacation in Turkey explores a quite beautiful stretch of coastline behind which an extraordinary culture and a fiercely independent people developed.

Family sailing cruise in Turkey

Family sailing cruise in Turkey
£1,795.00

We know that a gulet cruise makes for a fun and fascinating family holiday. Children love playing in the sea and exploring the ancient ruins - taking the stage and performing in the Greek and Roman theatres.

Western Lycia Gulet cruise in Turkey

Western Lycia Gulet cruise in Turkey
£1,795.00

This cultural tour and sailing holiday explores a beautiful stretch of coastline behind which an extraordinary culture and a fiercely independent people developed, and once a day we visit one of the antique cities that adorn this timeless coast.

Turkey cultural tour holiday

Turkey cultural tour holiday
£1,590.00

Immerse yourself in the subtleties of the local culture, cuisine and lifestyle, and in the magical landscapes Turkey is blessed with. Marvel at the magnificent rock formations of Cappadocia, visit grand Ottoman palaces and spend a day cruising over the sunken city of Kekova.

Greece & Turkey

Greece & Turkey
£799.00

Enjoy a memorable eight-day cruise around the Aegean Sea. Discover ancient cities and lovely beaches, plus wonderful facilities and great dining aboard your cruise ship Louis Cristal. A holiday that is sure to enchant you.

Gulet cruises in Turkey

Gulet cruises in Turkey
£775.00

Take to the sundrenched waters of southern Turkey, known in ancient times as Lycia. Fiercely independent, this coastal area has remained separate and isolated from its neighbours by wild mountains and difficult communications.

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