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Small town at the northern end of beautiful Koycegiz Lake.  It is relatively untouched by tourism and local life
here continues at an unhurried pace. 

The town centre has some well preserved examples of town houses in the traditional regional style.  Enjoy a evening drink sitting at one of the lakeside cafes, and shop for bargains at the lively and colourful local market on Mondays. 

30 minutes from Dalaman airport;  well-served by regular local buses to Marmaris, Mugla and Fethiye, and by intercity buses.


A small fishing village turned friendly family resort, located on the channel that joins Koycegiz Lake to the sea. The town is dominated by the impressive 'Kings Tombs', cut into the cliff face opposite the town. 

The long, sandy beach at Iztuzu (also known as 'Turtle Beach') is just 10 minutes away by frequent public minibus, and can also be reached by water by public taxi-boat. Things to do inlcude exploring the ruins of ancient Caunos by foot (just 20 minutes walk from the town centre, and relaxing in the mud baths or hot springs at the southern end of Koycegiz Lake). 

Hotels along the riverside are in a lovely peaceful and natural location, and are just a short walk from the town centre along the riverside path.  The town centre offers a variety of restuarants, cafes and bars.  (20 minutes from Dalaman airport). 


Like Dalyan, a small fishing village turned family resort, Akyaka is located on the sea at the head of the Gulf of Gokova.  It has a sandy beach with shallow waters, ideal for children.  

The small harbour is home to fishing boats carrying on the traditional activity of the town; regular boat trips also depart from here. Several charming fish-restaurants are located on the banks of the crystal-clear and ice-cold spring-fed stream that meets the sea at the harbour.

To the south of the town are protected wetlands, a haven for wildlife, to the north are the towering limestone cliffs of Sakar Hill, and to the west, forests of red pine extend along the remote coastline.  Akyaka is 1 hour from Dalaman airport and 30 minutes from Marmaris and and Mugla. 


The village of Gökova, located a couple of kilometres inland from Akyaka, gives the Gulf of Gokova its name.  This is still a traditional Turkish village, where the local people make their living from farming olives, citrus fruit and sesame. 

It has a lively local market on Saturdays, and the hillside behind the village is peppered with ancient rock-cut tombs.


Gocek is a small marina town which has become popular with yachtsmen and gulets. It is located on a beautiful bay dotted with small islands and secluded beaches, and fringed with pine forests. The town has a charming waterfront with a variety of restaurants, and a small shopping centre. 

30 minutes from Dalaman airport;  well-served by regular local buses to Mugla and Fethiye, and by intercity buses.

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