Check Advce on Bodrum, Turkey to Ephesus thread here (sorry, don't know how to link from iPad). In the last post vRun lists a good set of destinations.
Gokova bay is very pretty covered with pines with a picturesque village at the end, where your guests can spend time on a sandy beach or wind
surf. Also known to be a quintessential Turkish village. It'll be a slug to get back out, so go in the morning.
Knidos is where you anchor
in an ancient man-made harbour surrounded by mountains covered in ruins of ancient Knidos. Excellent fish
restaurant, gorgeous ruins hike and snorkel. Don't go hiking after 10 or before 4 - too hot. This harbour doesn't have many trees
holding is so-so to poor, so watch who anchors on top of you.
Next sail to Orhanyie (Marti marina), it's a very pretty motor
sail through pine covered islands with ruins of castles and monasteries. At the end anchor
across from Marti marina and hike the rabbit island fortress
in time for sunset.
On the way to Marmaris stop in Bozburun or Buzukale or the next bay (forgot the name) - all very Turkish.
We like the portion of Marmaris bay from the entrance to Yat Marin to Albatross marina. You can hike the national park to old church ruins and a big cave to the west of Yat Marin. Also fun browsing through shops of Netsel marina - a modern development with a Turkish twist.
Then go to Dalyan, but, since you're a cat, anchor at the river estuary or med moor to the small island instead of anchoring
at the designated anchorage and hiring a tourist boat. Then take your dinghy
into the river yourself. Suggest to take an iPad
with a sat pic of the river delta
so you know which canal to take. Or follow a tourist boat. After taking pics at the tombs, you can go up the river to mud baths.
If you want another stop, stop at Sarigetme near the island. Very pretty hike up to an unknown tower and gorgeous sunsets.
Gocek will be fun to relax in.
In Fethyie, Oludeniz you can try paragliding - it's one of top paragliding destinations in the world. Absolutely gorgeous view from up top. The scariest part is the drive up the mountain. Anchorages
to the east are all very pretty with pines and ruins and wild bunnies. The best part is that during the season small boats with ladies making gozleme on the spot go around the anchorages
. Best breakfast ever