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Backpacking through Europe is something everyone should do in their twenties before you settle into the grind of full-time work. And hey, if you're already working hard, you probably deserve a break. And, there's no better way to do that than with a Europe tour!

Get a taste for Europe on tour

No matter what European tour you settle on, you're certain to have a rollicking good time. And at Student Flights, we have heaps of great value European tours. Whether you're seeing Europe on a shoestring or in fancy Italian stilettos, we'll get you the best deals on your Europe tour package.

There's a few ways you can see Europe. Most first-timers want to experience as many countries as they can and see the popular destinations and famous landmarks. Contiki tours Europe all year round and is a great option for an introduction to all that Europe has to offer. Trafalgar is another great tour group option.

If you'd prefer to spend more time in certain European countries, Student Flights can sort that out too! There are stacks of European tour packages that offer more time in fewer countries. Most first-timers will seek out European tours that cover Western Europe and go to countries like Italy, France, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands. There's so much art, culture, history and incredible food to experience. Especially the food!

But don't forget Eastern Europe. Croatia is great for island hopping, Slovenia has awesome landscapes and the Czech Republic, Latvia and Poland have incredible architecture. The cityscapes there feel look like fairytale villages brought to life. And the food and people everywhere in Eastern Europe are also incredible!

For all the deets on what's happening in Europe now and the lowdown on new European tours, call Student Flights. We've always got sweet deals on stacks of tours to Europe including Grand European tours. Whatever European tour you want, give Student Flights a call today on 1800 046 462 to discuss your itinerary.

Europe Tour Holiday Packages

  • <strong>WAS</strong> $995* <strong>NOW</strong> $747* <strong>SAVE</strong> $248*

    Whirling Turkey, 11 Days - SAVE $248*

    from $747*

    • 11 day tour departing Istanbul.
    • 9 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 1 night accommodation onboard an overnight coach.
    • 9 breakfasts.
    • Transport by Ferry, Local bus.
    • Services of a Geckos expert English-speaking local tour guide throughout the tour, and professional local guides at some sites.
    • WAS $995* NOW $747* SAVE $248*.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Istanbul - Gallipoli - Ephesus - Selcuk - Pamukkale - Konya - Cappadocia

    Mother Nature was in a good mood the day she created Love Valley in Cappadocia. Sometimes referred to as 'Turkey's Undies', it consists of a bunch of phallic rock structures sprouting up all over the countryside. You could say there's a stiff breeze in the air.

    Day 1 Istanbul
    Arrive in Istanbul and perhaps visit the Grand Bazaar and Spice Market.

    Day 2 Istanbul
    Take a guided tour of the treasures of the Old Town including the iconic Blue Mosque and the Hippodrome

    Day 3 Gallipoli - Eceabat
    No jokes about Gallipoli. If you choose to take the optional trip to Troy, however, you're free to remember Brad Pitt's terrible accent in the movie and laugh yourself silly.

    Day 4 Ayvalik
    We suggest you devote this day to finding the best burek of the trip. Or the best kebab. Or the best baklava. Maybe just devote this day entirely to food. Your local guide can help.

    Day 5 Ephesus - Selcuk
    Ephesus is the greatest Greco-Roman site in the world. Antony and Cleopatra lived here for a while, as did the Virgin Mary.

    Day 6 Pamukkale
    This place is so pretty Walt Disney would be jealous he didn't invent it. Apparently the thermal waters can cure asthma, but bring your inhaler just in case.

    Day 7 Konya
    Konya is home to the famous Whirling Dervishes. Please note that most of the whirling takes place behind closed doors. You won't see people spinning randomly on the street.

    Day 8-9 Cappadocia
    Explore Cappadocia, the lunar-like landscape in the interior of the country. Moon boots optional.

    Day 10-11 Cappadocia - Istanbul
    Jess said her favourite part of Istanbul was the Basilica Cistern. After the initial shock of discovering it's not a giant toilet, she described it as "...amazing, creepy, Medusa head, fishy, haunting, lovely". Jess has a way with words.

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  • <strong>WAS</strong> $1260* <strong>NOW</strong> $945* <strong>SAVE</strong> $315*

    Roman Around, 8 Days - SAVE $315*

    from $945*

    • 8 day tour departing Venice.
    • 3 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 2 nights accommodation in hostels.
    • 2 nights accommodation in a guesthouse.
    • Transport by train.
    • Services of a tour leader.
    • WAS $1260* NOW $945* SAVE $315*.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Venice - Cinque Terre - Florence - Rome

    In ancient Rome, phalluses were thought of as good luck. They were worn as jewellery or hung up as wind chimes. We'll stick to the four-leafed clover, thanks (walking around with phallic jewellery not recommended).

    Day 1-2: VENICE
    Canals, romance, alleyways, bridges, tiramisu, prosecco, gondolas, vaporettos. Need we say more? Perhaps visit the Grand Canal, the old-world shops of the Rialto Bridge, the Palace of the Doge (ruler of Venice), the Piazza San Marco and its golden Basilica, and the Bridge of Sighs. Wander the narrow, cobblestone streets and spacious piazzas and cross the hundreds of tiny bridges. Take in the shops, markets, galleries, churches and buildings around every corner. Be sure to take a gondola trip through the romantic canals

    Day 3-4: CINQUE TERRE
    Wandering through the villages of the Cinque Terre is like wandering through a life-size packet of crayons (if the crayons were shaped like houses and if the packet was perched on the Mediterreanean coast. And if Italian people were living in it). You're going to love it. You can also jump on a train between any of the villages or to get back to base whenever you want. After working up an appetite, perhaps indulge in the foods of the Liguria region.

    Day 5-6: FLORENCE
    While visiting Florence in 1817, French author Henre Stendhal became emotionally overwhelmed by the city's beauty, and experienced dizziness, palpitations and panic attacks. Hopefully you won't have such an extreme reaction, but at least you're not alone if you do. Discover the sights of this 'outdoor museum' on foot - the Pitti Palace, the Ponte Vecchio, the Arno River front, the many statues and monuments of the Piazza della Signoria, the Palazzo Vecchio, the 13th-century Duomo, Baptistry and Belltower and the Santa Croce Church. Visit the Uffizi, one of the world's oldest art galleries and a work of art itself See Michelangelo's famous statue of David in the Galleria dell'Accademia. Explore as many of the surrounding galleries and museums as you have time for, or simply relax in a cafe and watch it all go by.

    Day 7-8: ROME
    Piazza Navona was built on the site of the Stadium of Domitian, which was constructed in the first century AD. What do you do here? Get a coffee and wander around, of course. Then go and see some of Michelangelo's art at the Sistine Chapel.

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  • <strong>WAS</strong> $1349*, <strong>NOW</strong> $1009*, <strong>SAVE</strong> $340*

    Sailing Croatia, 8 Days, SAVE $340*

    from $1,009*

    • 8 day tour departing Dubrovnik.
    • 7 nights onboard a 15m (50 ft) sailing yacht .
    • Basic items on the boat will be covered by a food kitty of about EUR50* per person (Allow EUR250-300* for meals ashore not included).
    • The service of a skipper/G Adventures CEO throughout.
    • Snorkelling equipment.
    • Small group experience - maximum 8.
    • WAS $1349*, NOW $1009*, SAVE $340*.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Dubrovnik - Adriatic Sea - Split

    Whether you're looking for relaxed afternoons lazing on the deck of a yacht or time to indulge in the nightlife, this Croatian cruise aims to please. Embark in lovely Dubrovnik and discover charming villages as you sail from island to stunning island on a small yacht. The emphasis is on connecting with the country and culture and you'll fall in love with this region's beauty on hikes to castles and waterfalls. Toss in beach barbecues and snorkelling and you have an incredible and affordable island getaway.

    Day 1 Dubrovnik
    Arrival day. Join your group at 2pm for a welcome meeting and safety briefing before beginning your sailing journey at 3pm to Split. Enjoy a nightcap with your crew mates on the boat or head out to explore Dubrovnik by night.

    Day 2-7 Adriatic Sea
    While travelling the Dalmatian coast by sailboat discover secluded beaches for the perfect beach barbeque. Hike through the national park that inspired Odysseus for years in Mljet. Kayak your way through gorgeous inlets and explore the caves of Korcula. UNESCO World Hertiage sites Dubrovnik and Hvar offer an insight into Croatian culture and architecture. Explore the beaches of Brac as the tide comes in shifting it's shape before arriving in Split to explore ancient Roman ruins including the Palace of the Emperor Diocletian.

    Day 8 Split
    Departure day. Trip ends the morning of day 8. If you would like extra time in Split after your sailing journey is finished, we recommend booking extra time.

    Ask about our great airfares
  • <strong>WAS</strong> $995* <strong>NOW</strong> $747* <strong>SAVE</strong> $248*

    Whirling Turkey, 11 Days - SAVE $248*

    from $747*

    • 11 day tour departing Istanbul.
    • 9 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 1 night accommodation onboard an overnight coach.
    • 9 breakfasts.
    • Transport by Ferry, Local bus.
    • Services of a Geckos expert English-speaking local tour guide throughout the tour, and professional local guides at some sites.
    • WAS $995* NOW $747* SAVE $248*.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Istanbul - Gallipoli - Ephesus - Selcuk - Pamukkale - Konya - Cappadocia

    Mother Nature was in a good mood the day she created Love Valley in Cappadocia. Sometimes referred to as 'Turkey's Undies', it consists of a bunch of phallic rock structures sprouting up all over the countryside. You could say there's a stiff breeze in the air.

    Day 1 Istanbul
    Arrive in Istanbul and perhaps visit the Grand Bazaar and Spice Market.

    Day 2 Istanbul
    Take a guided tour of the treasures of the Old Town including the iconic Blue Mosque and the Hippodrome

    Day 3 Gallipoli - Eceabat
    No jokes about Gallipoli. If you choose to take the optional trip to Troy, however, you're free to remember Brad Pitt's terrible accent in the movie and laugh yourself silly.

    Day 4 Ayvalik
    We suggest you devote this day to finding the best burek of the trip. Or the best kebab. Or the best baklava. Maybe just devote this day entirely to food. Your local guide can help.

    Day 5 Ephesus - Selcuk
    Ephesus is the greatest Greco-Roman site in the world. Antony and Cleopatra lived here for a while, as did the Virgin Mary.

    Day 6 Pamukkale
    This place is so pretty Walt Disney would be jealous he didn't invent it. Apparently the thermal waters can cure asthma, but bring your inhaler just in case.

    Day 7 Konya
    Konya is home to the famous Whirling Dervishes. Please note that most of the whirling takes place behind closed doors. You won't see people spinning randomly on the street.

    Day 8-9 Cappadocia
    Explore Cappadocia, the lunar-like landscape in the interior of the country. Moon boots optional.

    Day 10-11 Cappadocia - Istanbul
    Jess said her favourite part of Istanbul was the Basilica Cistern. After the initial shock of discovering it's not a giant toilet, she described it as "...amazing, creepy, Medusa head, fishy, haunting, lovely". Jess has a way with words.

    Ask about our great airfares
  • <strong>WAS</strong> $1260* <strong>NOW</strong> $945* <strong>SAVE</strong> $315*

    Roman Around, 8 Days - SAVE $315*

    from $945*

    • 8 day tour departing Venice.
    • 3 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 2 nights accommodation in hostels.
    • 2 nights accommodation in a guesthouse.
    • Transport by train.
    • Services of a tour leader.
    • WAS $1260* NOW $945* SAVE $315*.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Venice - Cinque Terre - Florence - Rome

    In ancient Rome, phalluses were thought of as good luck. They were worn as jewellery or hung up as wind chimes. We'll stick to the four-leafed clover, thanks (walking around with phallic jewellery not recommended).

    Day 1-2: VENICE
    Canals, romance, alleyways, bridges, tiramisu, prosecco, gondolas, vaporettos. Need we say more? Perhaps visit the Grand Canal, the old-world shops of the Rialto Bridge, the Palace of the Doge (ruler of Venice), the Piazza San Marco and its golden Basilica, and the Bridge of Sighs. Wander the narrow, cobblestone streets and spacious piazzas and cross the hundreds of tiny bridges. Take in the shops, markets, galleries, churches and buildings around every corner. Be sure to take a gondola trip through the romantic canals

    Day 3-4: CINQUE TERRE
    Wandering through the villages of the Cinque Terre is like wandering through a life-size packet of crayons (if the crayons were shaped like houses and if the packet was perched on the Mediterreanean coast. And if Italian people were living in it). You're going to love it. You can also jump on a train between any of the villages or to get back to base whenever you want. After working up an appetite, perhaps indulge in the foods of the Liguria region.

    Day 5-6: FLORENCE
    While visiting Florence in 1817, French author Henre Stendhal became emotionally overwhelmed by the city's beauty, and experienced dizziness, palpitations and panic attacks. Hopefully you won't have such an extreme reaction, but at least you're not alone if you do. Discover the sights of this 'outdoor museum' on foot - the Pitti Palace, the Ponte Vecchio, the Arno River front, the many statues and monuments of the Piazza della Signoria, the Palazzo Vecchio, the 13th-century Duomo, Baptistry and Belltower and the Santa Croce Church. Visit the Uffizi, one of the world's oldest art galleries and a work of art itself See Michelangelo's famous statue of David in the Galleria dell'Accademia. Explore as many of the surrounding galleries and museums as you have time for, or simply relax in a cafe and watch it all go by.

    Day 7-8: ROME
    Piazza Navona was built on the site of the Stadium of Domitian, which was constructed in the first century AD. What do you do here? Get a coffee and wander around, of course. Then go and see some of Michelangelo's art at the Sistine Chapel.

    Ask about our great airfares
  • <strong>WAS</strong> $1349*, <strong>NOW</strong> $1009*, <strong>SAVE</strong> $340*

    Sailing Croatia, 8 Days, SAVE $340*

    from $1,009*

    • 8 day tour departing Dubrovnik.
    • 7 nights onboard a 15m (50 ft) sailing yacht .
    • Basic items on the boat will be covered by a food kitty of about EUR50* per person (Allow EUR250-300* for meals ashore not included).
    • The service of a skipper/G Adventures CEO throughout.
    • Snorkelling equipment.
    • Small group experience - maximum 8.
    • WAS $1349*, NOW $1009*, SAVE $340*.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Dubrovnik - Adriatic Sea - Split

    Whether you're looking for relaxed afternoons lazing on the deck of a yacht or time to indulge in the nightlife, this Croatian cruise aims to please. Embark in lovely Dubrovnik and discover charming villages as you sail from island to stunning island on a small yacht. The emphasis is on connecting with the country and culture and you'll fall in love with this region's beauty on hikes to castles and waterfalls. Toss in beach barbecues and snorkelling and you have an incredible and affordable island getaway.

    Day 1 Dubrovnik
    Arrival day. Join your group at 2pm for a welcome meeting and safety briefing before beginning your sailing journey at 3pm to Split. Enjoy a nightcap with your crew mates on the boat or head out to explore Dubrovnik by night.

    Day 2-7 Adriatic Sea
    While travelling the Dalmatian coast by sailboat discover secluded beaches for the perfect beach barbeque. Hike through the national park that inspired Odysseus for years in Mljet. Kayak your way through gorgeous inlets and explore the caves of Korcula. UNESCO World Hertiage sites Dubrovnik and Hvar offer an insight into Croatian culture and architecture. Explore the beaches of Brac as the tide comes in shifting it's shape before arriving in Split to explore ancient Roman ruins including the Palace of the Emperor Diocletian.

    Day 8 Split
    Departure day. Trip ends the morning of day 8. If you would like extra time in Split after your sailing journey is finished, we recommend booking extra time.

    Ask about our great airfares
  • <strong>WAS</strong> $1349*, <strong>NOW</strong> $1009*, <strong>SAVE</strong> $340*

    Sailing Croatia, 8 Days, SAVE $340*

    from $1,009*

    • 8 day tour departing Dubrovnik.
    • 7 nights onboard a 15m (50 ft) sailing yacht .
    • Basic items on the boat will be covered by a food kitty of about EUR50* per person (Allow EUR250-300* for meals ashore not included).
    • The service of a skipper/G Adventures CEO throughout.
    • Snorkelling equipment.
    • Small group experience - maximum 8.
    • WAS $1349*, NOW $1009*, SAVE $340*.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Split - Adriatic Sea - Dubrovnik

    Whether you're looking for relaxed afternoons lazing on the deck of a yacht or time to indulge in the nightlife, this Croatian cruise aims to please. Discover charming villages and stunning scenery as you sail from Split to Dubrovnik on a small yacht. The emphasis is on connecting with the country and culture and you'll fall in love with this region's beauty on hikes to castles and waterfalls. Toss in beach barbecue and snorkelling and you have an incredible and affordable island getaway.

    Day 1 Split
    Arrival day. Join your group at 2pm for a welcome meeting and safety briefing before beginning your sailing journey at 3pm.

    Day 2-7 Adriatic Sea
    While travelling the Dalmatian coast by sailboat explore ancient Roman ruins and discover secluded beaches for the perfect beach barbecue. Hike through the national park that inspired Odysseus for years in Mljet. Kayak your way through gorgeous inlets and explore the caves of Kor?ula. UNESCO World Hertiage sites Dubrovnik and Hvar offer an insight into Croatian culture and architecture. Explore the beaches of Brac as the tide comes in shifting it's shape. Explore the Mediterranean port town of Dubrovnik. The city boasts plenty of churches, monasteries, fountains, and plazas to discover.

    Day 8 Dubrovnik
    Departure day - depart at any time after 10am.

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  • <strong>WAS</strong> $1249* <strong>NOW</strong> $1062* <strong>SAVE</strong> $187*

    Turkey on a Budget, Istanbul to Istanbul, 15 Days - SAVE $187*

    from $1,062*

    • 15 day tour departing Istanbul.
    • 13 nights accommodation.
    • 12 breakfasts, 2 dinners.
    • Transport by public bus, boat.
    • Services of a G Adventures Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout.
    • WAS $1249* NOW $1062* SAVE $187*.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Istanbul - Cappadocia - Pamukkale - Dalyan - Kekova - Troy - Canakkale - Selcuk

    White cliff waterfalls and the glimmering Blue Mosque-experience the best of Turkey's historical highlights and natural wonders in one incredible tour. Begin your trip roaming the palaces of Istanbul before journeying into the bizarre underground cities and the fairy chimneys of Cappadocia. Stick to public bus and budget accommodation, which not only keeps costs down but gives you a chance to really meet the locals. From the ancient Roman streets of Ephesus to bustling bazaars, follow your curiosity and spend 15 days discovering the culture and natural beauty of this fascinating region.

    Day 1 Istanbul
    Arrive at any time.

    Day 2 Istanbul
    View the sights on an orientation walk, then spend some free time exploring the city. Travel by overnight bus to Cappadocia.

    Day 3-5 Cappadocia
    Sample the local cuisine of a home-cooked dinner with a local family. Hike in the area, explore its underground cities, and enjoy the incredible fairy chimneys dotting the landscape. Consider an early morning hot air balloon trip.

    Day 6-7 Cirali/Kekova
    See the flames of Olympus Mountain at night. The next night, enjoy a freshly cooked dinner before sleeping aboard a boat under the stars of the Aegean Sea.

    Day 8-9 Dalyan
    Back on land at Ucagiz, travel up to the charming Dalyan-hit the mud baths, or swim and chill out at the beach.

    Day 10 Pamukkale
    Visit the beautiful white cliffs of Pamukkale, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the ancient site of Hierapolis.

    Day 11-12 Selcuk
    Check out the sights-Ephesus and its museum, St John's Basilica, the mosque of Isa Bey, as well as the nearby picturesque village of Sirince to explore and sample some local wine.

    Day 13 Troy/Canakkale
    Optional visit to Troy and Gallipoli.

    Day 14 Istanbul
    Back to the big city for one last night out with the group.

    Day 15 Istanbul
    Depart at any time.

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  • Discover one of Europe's biggest music festivals

    Sziget Festival 2014, 8 Days

    from $1,299*

    • 8 day tour departing Budapest.
    • 7 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • Daily breakfasts and welcome dinner.
    • Festival entrance tickets.
    • 5 day public transportation pass.
    • Admission fee where applicable.
    • Services of English-speaking leader throughout trip.
    • Service charge and tax.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Budapest - Sziget Festival

    Budapest, in Hungary. Sziget Festival is one of the largest and most popular European music festivals, taking place between 11-18 August 2014 on the leafy (and beachy) 'Obudai Island' in the heart of the stunning city of Budapest, in Hungary.

    Party with open-minded festival-goers from all over the world, then cool down and relax in one of the many ancient Turkish spas dotted around in the city.

    With around 100 live acts performing daily, and a huge variety of genres (from the biggest names in international pop/rock - to electronic, metal, folk, jazz, blues, world and even classical music) there really is something here for everyone.

    Create your unique and unforgettable holiday experience at Sziget, with the right combination of non-stop partying, sun, sand and the lively cultural scene that beautiful Budapest has to offer.

    Day 1 Budapest
    Arrival in Budapest. Afternoon meeting with tour leaders. Evening meet and greet dinner at a local Hungarian restaurant for the group's first taste of real goulash. After dinner head out to the famous Budapest "ruin bars" for a shot of Unicum and other local specialities- have a drink at the must see bar "Szimpla", mingle with the locals in a club that`s located on the rooftop of a department store just off Blaha Lujza square. And who knows- the night might end in one of the world famous outdoor clubs on Margaret Island.

    Day 2 Budapest
    Spend the morning exploring the amazing city of Budapest that has so much to offer- see the square of Heroes, cycle down Andrssy street where all the beautiful people meet, pass the House of Terror and Opera house, visit the local market for a quick snack of Langos (deep fried pastry with cheese and sour cream) before heading over the Danube to the Buda side of the city. Head out to the festival grounds in afternoon.

    Day 3 Budapest
    This morning you can choose to join your leader on a visit to Memento Park on the outskirts of the city- see the remains of communist era all in one place. See the statues of famous personalities from the labour movement, soldiers of the Red Army and other gigantic pieces: Lenin, Marx, Engels, Dimitrov, Captain Ostapenko, Bela Kun and other "heroes" of the communist world. Head out to the festival grounds in afternoon.

    Day 4 Budapest
    This morning you can choose to head out for a morning on a beach in Hungary`s most popular summer destination- Lake Balaton. Spend the morning on the beach or go kite surfing (weather permitting).

    Day 5 Budapest
    Today you can choose to spend a leisurely morning on a boat taking in the city from a different perspective. Head down the Danube to see the beautiful villages of Szentendre, Visegrad and Esztergom. Head out to the festival grounds in afternoon.

    Day 6 Budapest
    Only few people are aware of the fact that Budapest is built on a limestone basis and there is approximately 120 km long cave system underneath the city- be one of the few adventurous spirits and head underground to explore the city. Head out to the festival grounds in afternoon.

    Day 7 Budapest
    After a week of good food, great music, amazing people and incredible sights take some time to relax in the world famous Budapest baths. Spend the day in one of the Europe`s largest public baths, enjoy an optional massage or pass your time watching locals play chess on the side of the pool.

    Day 8 Budapest
    Departure day

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  • <strong>WAS</strong> $1799*, <strong>NOW</strong> $1349*, <strong>SAVE</strong> $450*

    Sailing Turkey, 10 Days, SAVE $450*

    from $1,349*

    • 10 day tour departing Bodrum.
    • 9 nights onboard a 12m (40 ft) catamaran.
    • Basic items on the boat will be covered by a food kitty of about EUR75* per person (Allow EUR250-300* for meals ashore not included).
    • The service of a skipper/G Adventures CEO throughout.
    • Snorkelling equipment.
    • Small group experience - maximum 8.
    • WAS $1799*, NOW $1349*, SAVE $450*.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Bodrum - Southern Turkish Coast - Fethiye

    When it comes to beautiful coastlines and natural geographic wonders, it's hard to beat the Turkish Rivera. On this sailing adventure, you'll cruise along the area known as the Lycian Way, a popular destination with a long-standing maritime culture. That said, there are still many off-the-beaten-path treasures waiting to be discovered, and you'll have the perfect opportunity to do so in between snorkelling, swimming in open water, relaxing in mud baths, and enjoying Turkey's beaches. Living aboard our state-of-the-art catamaran means you'll never have to go without.

    Day 1 Bodrum
    Arrival day. Join your group at 5pm for a welcome meeting and safety briefing before boarding the catamaran. We will spend the first night in port and enjoy the evening exploring this ancient Lycian town or just relaxing onboard with the group.

    Day 2-9 Southern Turkish Coast
    Enjoy eight breathtaking days exploring the beautiful and rugged coast of Turkey. Depart Bodrum sailing past the castle of St Peter. Escape to secluded beaches, swim in crystal clear turquoise waters and marvel at ruins from ancient civilizations. Your skipper will help you make the most of the tiny seaside villages by recommending optional activities and sailing in quiet coves and desolate anchorages. Gaze at the mysterious rock tombs in Dalyan. Hike through the ruin's at Knidos. Spend a mellow afternoon of sunbathing on the beach on Datca or go swimming in the turquoise waters. Enjoy local meals throughout your journey at small local taverns and be greeted by smiles from the friendly locals.

    Day 10 Fethiye
    Departure day. Depart at any time after 10am.

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