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Göcek| Sailing in Turkey
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Göcek Yacht Charter

Göcek yacht charter. Set against the beautiful blue Bay of Skopea, nestled into the shoulder of rich deep green hills, Gocek holidays are popular with Turkish and foreign visitors, celebrities and the jet-set. Particularly famous for its marvellous world-class yachting and six marinas, it’s set like a little jewel between the popular resorts of Dalyan and Fethiye. Strict development rules mean the gorgeous natural setting is protected: no high rise hotels, just a pretty red-roofed village that’s home to 4,500 or so people.

The legendary Icarus landed at Gocek after his ill-fated flight, and the resort’s many secluded coves and twelve islands make for a very special holiday destination. You’ll enjoy a choice of entertainment, great food, bars, cafes and trips to nearby historic and cultural treats at Dalyan, Fethiye, Tlos, Pınara, Letoon, Xanthos and Patara. The perfect Turkey destination for couples and families, if you’re a party animal Gocek will probably be a bit too quiet!

The weather in Gocek

Gocek’s seasons mirror our own, just much hotter! Early and late in the year there’s a higher chance of rain, but they enjoy an average daytime temperature of 13C in January, 14C in February and 17C in March. From then on things become simple heavenly, rising from 21C in April to a whopping 33C daytime average in July and August, 30C either side in June and September. It can get very humid in July and August too. At night in June it averages 16C, 19C in July and August, 15C in September. Package holidays to Gocek feature the risk of rain all year round, but it’s negligible – as well as lovely and warm – in high summer.