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  • Cruising Türkiye

    Türkiye’s 8,000-kilometer-long coastline from the Black Sea to the Aegean and the Mediterranean offers a perfect way to explore boundless historical monuments, natural beauties, beaches, delicious food, and to be welcomed by hospitable, friendly people.

    Galataport İstanbul Cruise Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    İstanbul is one of the most enchanting destinations and the only metropolis in the World that merges two continents.

    Kuşadası Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    In the province of Aydın, just south of İzmir, Kuşadası is a popular holiday town on Türkiye’s Aegean coast. It is located on one of the important coasts that connect Anatolia to the Mediterranean Sea. In antiquity, Kuşadası was known as Neopoli.

    Marmaris Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    The junction point of the Mediterranean and the Aegean, of lush forests and crystal-clear sea, green and blue…

    Didim Port

    Didim is situated on the south-west Aegean coast of Türkiye between Bodrum and Kuşadası.

    Çesme Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    Çesme is one of the most touristic regions not only in İzmir but in all of Türkiye and the Aegean. There are many reasons for this: the turquoise sea, golden sand, Blue Flag beaches, pristine bays, dynamic nightlife, centuries-old cities...

    Bodrum Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    Bodrum with its beautiful bays and holiday attractions is a town in the province of Muğla in the Aegean region of Türkiye.

    Bozcaada Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    Bozcaada, Türkiye’s third-largest island at 40 square kilometers, is in the northeast Aegean Sea, just southwest of the Dardanelles in the district of Çanakkale. It is peaceful and calm in winter, and dynamic and colorful in summer.

    İzmir Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    A slow-paced city with the most favorable climate, İzmir is an important port city on the western coast of Türkiye. The city is well-connected through its harbors, modern airport and highways, and welcomes visitors with its relaxed Aegean character.

    Antalya Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    Antalya, a paradise on Earth, the pearl of the Mediterranean and the Turkish Riviera, is Türkiye's ninth-largest city that stands for professionalism, experience, diversity, and unmatched quality.

    Alanya Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    Alanya is a beach resort city and a component district of Antalya Province on the southern coast of Türkiye.

    İzmir - Dikili Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    Located 120 kilometers north of İzmir city center, Dikili is a picturesque district that extends both along the coast and inland.

    Mersin Port

    Mersin, a rising star of world tourism, is set on a long coastline in the eastern part of the Turkish Riviera and boasts the cleanest seawater along this coast.

    Çanakkale Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    Çanakkale is a bridge between Anatolia and Europe, the Aegean and the Marmara Sea. It is a meeting point of green and blue, of history and the modern era.

    Sinop Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    Sinop is one of the calmest cities in Türkiye where the deep blue and dark green of the Black Sea meet in the north of Anatolia. It's a city that draws attention to both its history and nature.

    Samsun Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    The history of the modernization of Türkiye began in Samsun. The founder of the Republic of Türkiye, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, departed from İstanbul and arrived at Samsun on the SS Bandırma, an Ottoman steamer, starting the Turkish War of Independence on May 19, 1919. For this reason, Samsun holds a special place in the hearts of the Turkish people.

    Trabzon Port

    Cruise Destinations & Ports

    Located by the East of the Black Sea, Trabzon is a crucial city for maritime transport, connecting Türkiye to Bulgaria, Georgia, Moldova, and Russia on the other side of the coast and the rest of the world.