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Yalıkavak is one of the most popular summer vacation spots on the "Turkish Riviera". It is a first-class marina that hosts sailboats and motor yachts of all sizes, and during the summer months there is not even a place left to park a boat in the marina. Yalıkavak, with its historic small center, also collects tourists' likes and offers them wonderful views. You can enjoy walking on its small and charming beach and shop in local boutique style shops. Here in Yalıkavak center, you can return to city life, spend a few hours, complete your shopping, and then get on your boat and enjoy resting in a secluded bay on your boat. With Yalıkavak Boat Rental, you can join daily, 3-4 day, or weekly tours and seize an unparalleled vacation opportunity. Palmarina Yalıkavak is located in the town of Yalıkavak, 18 km north of Bodrum. Yalıkavak is one of the most prestigious places on the Bodrum peninsula and a popular tourism resort. Palmarina Yalıkavak is one of the newest and most elegant marinas on the Turkish Riviera. It is also the meeting point and boat delivery port for our guests who will rent a boat in Yalıkavak.

Palmarina Yalıkavak has 450 berths for boats up to 50 meters and can even accommodate mega yachts up to 100 meters. In addition to basic services, the marina has a shopping center, hotels, restaurants, a sailing club, fitness center, supermarket, and a bookstore and magazine stand. Yalıkavak is the most preferred location for Yalıkavak boat rental and Yalıkavak yacht rental in Bodrum. Palmarina is the ideal starting point for sailing along the coasts of the Bodrum Peninsula or to the Greek islands to the west of the Aegean Sea. Located in the northwest of the Bodrum Peninsula, Yalıkavak has narrow streets, white-painted houses, restaurants, and cafes that open directly onto the harbor. This charming town is an important yacht rental destination with a large Yacht Rental base, and it is only 15 km away from the center of Bodrum, making it a great second option for those planning to travel from Bodrum. Yalıkavak is the best option for those who want to rent a boat or yacht in this region.

Yalıkavak is very popular for tourists and is also known as the St. Tropez of the Aegean Sea. However, it means sustainable tourism is essential. Yacht rental teams have developed an excellent infrastructure. Looking at the bay from windmills on a hill is wonderful. The boarding port for yacht rental tours from Bodrum Yalıkavak on the Bodrum Peninsula is Palmarina yacht harbor, formerly known as Port Bodrum Yalıkavak Marina until 2011. Port Bodrum Marina was designed as a noble harbor that offers space for mega yachts beyond amphitheaters, beaches, helicopter landing strips, tennis courts, hotels, diving and sailing schools, etc. In total, Palmarina has 450 yacht mooring areas. The floating dock piers, over 80,000 square meters of harbor area, and half of the green areas with many palm trees are available for yacht rental teams. Palmarina in Yalıkavak is also an entry port for boats coming from Greece.

The beautiful Bodrum Peninsula is ideal for vacationers seeking a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere for a Blue Cruise. It has charming villages with guesthouses and small hotels in secluded coves, captivating all tourists who visit. An impressive medieval castle built by the Knights of Rhodes guards the entrance to Bodrum's dazzling blue bay where the Aegean and Mediterranean meet. This enchanting town attracts a wide variety of vacationers strolling along its long, palm-lined beach, while elegant yachts fill the marina. Not far from the town, you can swim in clear, calm, warm waters. Especially scuba divers will want to explore numerous reefs, caves, and spectacular rock formations. The waters offer a wide variety of other marine life, including colorful sponges of all shapes and sizes and octopuses. Bodrum's reputation for boatyards dates back centuries. Today, craftsmen still build traditional boats: pointed-bow and stern Tirhandils and wide-beamed, round-sterned Gulets. The latter are especially used for excursions and entertainment trips and in the annual October Bodrum Cup Race.