Discover Turkey, home of cruise destinations
Turkey is a very popular departure and stopover point for cruise liners. Turkey's strategic location on the Mediterranean and Aegean, as well as on the Black Sea, makes it one of the most popular spots for the cruise ships.
Year after year, more and more people prefer to spend a few days at Aegean, Mediterranean and Black Sea destinations in Turkey at the beginning or end of their cruises, to discover cities or coastal resort towns.
There are several ports of call around the long Turkish coast line where today's big ships are bringing their customers on board, such as Istanbul, Izmir, Kusadasi, Cesme, Antalya, Bodrum, Marmaris, Canakkale, Trabzon, Sinop and so on. Istanbul, the western ports of Izmir, Kusadasi, Bodrum and Marmaris, and the southern port of Antalya are among the favourite destinations for cruise ships.
Kick back and relax on an all-inclusive luxury cruise around the coastline of Turkey. Here is the list of top 6 most popular destinations for cruises in Turkey.
Kusadasi: The beach resort town of Kusadasi is the most visited cruise port of Turkey, the gateway to one of the most important ancient cities in all of the Aegean.
Istanbul: There is no time to waste in Istanbul city of superlatives, so grab your day pack and hurry, as there is so much to see, experience and eat.
Izmir: Izmir is one of the important ports of Turkey. The city is a major tourism region having the second largest historical bazaar of Turkey and spectacular beaches along the coast.
Bodrum: Chic resort town of Bodrum is one of the most attractive points for cruise ship passengers. There are many different options to enjoy in Bodrum.
Marmaris: Marmaris, favorite with tourists, is a lovely seaside resort town. Today, Marmaris port is one of the important cruise destinations of Turkey.
Antalya: With its untouched greenery, blue flag beaches, Antalya is considered as the tourism capital of Turkey, one of the most important destinations of the Mediterranean for cruise tourism.
Cruise Port, Kusadasi, Aydin
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