Ceramic Gulf

Ceramic Gulf:

see Ceramicus SinusCeramicus Sinus
or Ceramic Gulf
, ancient name of the Gulf of Kos, or of Kerme, SW Turkey, an inlet of the Aegean Sea. The celebrated city of Halicarnassus, capital of Cappadocia, was on the gulf.
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A GULET cruise, complete with swimming, great food and beautiful views, is the way to experience Turkey's Ceramic Gulf - a narrow 100km-long stretch of water between Bodrum and Datca.
Departing June 8, Cruising the Ceramic Gulf costs from PS2,065pp (two sharing) including transfers, seven nights' full board, all entrance fees and guiding.