Yachting in Datca - Coves to Visit
Dislice IslandAt the mouth of Bencik is Dislice (Teeth) Island, so called because the rocks that cover it stick out like teeth, and is a frequent stop for the daily boat tours. The rocks and caves have been formed by erosion from the sea and are great to walk through; it’s also a fantastic place for underwater diving.
Aktur and Kurucabuk CovesAs you continue towards Datca the summer houses are visible along the coast and the best and most beautiful of these is Aktur on Kurucabuk Cove.
Gunlucek CoveThe cove just before this is Gunlucek Cove and both have beautiful beaches and holiday campsite areas in the forest which are easily accessible using the nearby Datca - Marmaris road.
Ciftlik, Sari and KaraincirThe final ports at the western end of the Gulf of Hisaronu are Ciftlik, Sari and Karaincir .
Perili Kosk CoveThe Perili Kosk (Haunted Mansion) Cove has a hotel with the same name with a good reputable restaurant; it has a beach that is great for swimming and also wind-surfing activities available.
Datca CoveThe beautiful town of Datca, one of the places that many Turkish people wish to retire to, has a port with a bar and there are frequent buses and dolmus minibuses that go to the town. At one end of the peninsula here is the ancient city of Knidos which is accessible by road, and in between there and Datca there are many bays and small coves some of which can be reached by sea and some by land and sea.
Kargi and Armutlu CovesFollowing on from Datca is Kargi Cove and next to it the small Armutlu Cove with a wonderful pool for swimming and as you enter the Kizil and Hayit Inlets you will pass by Ince Point and Domuzcukuru.
Palamut CoveThis brings you closer to Knidos and before visiting this historic place its recommend you make a stop at Palamut Cove for a feast of fish and seafood. This beautiful cove has barren hills that run down to a very Long Beach and has village houses surrounded by trees on the waterside. It also has rows of small bed & breakfast establishments, summer villas and fishing boats and yachts moored at the port.
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