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You can make a vacation plan in any way you want in the geography around Bodrum and Kekova, which host some of the most beautiful bays in the Mediterranean.

GÖCEK

Göcek has a lot of advantages that will convince you to choose it as your vacation location. Göcek which is famous for its yachting tourism has attracted worldwide attention with its topography, ancient ruins, and its ideal climate and weather conditions.

It’s possible for you to come across captivating ancient ruins of Lycia that rests under the turquoise waters of Göcek. Having a walk before breakfast along the bays and islands accompanied by the scents of local flowers and fresh air will keep you alive all day long.

MARMARİS

With its long coast line, bays, natural ports, dense and tall pine forests, spectacular ancient ruins that will take you through time, historical and cultural heritage andsplendid nature, Marmaris is one of the leading tourism paradises in Turkey and in the world.

KEKOVA (DOLICHISTE)

As well as being a natural port and harbor for thousands of yachts every year with its unique bays, Kekova also attracts millions of tourists thanks to its spectacular ancient ruins and cities.

In Kekova, we welcome millions of tourists every year in Üçağız which is a fishing village full of historical artifacts located by the sea, and in Kale village which is located on the skirts of the historical Simena Castle.

If you still haven’t seen Kekova, sailed on its heavenly bays, witnessed the meeting of nature with history, watched the sunset by sitting on the historical ruins, swum in its amazing sea and seen the breathtaking underwater life, or if you say “I haven’t seen Simena, Batıkşehir, Theimusa, Aperlai”, then without losing any more time, you should take the first opportunity to come here and discover this unique beauty that the Earth has given us.

DATÇA (KNIDOS)

Lands where it’s spring all year long with an incredibly beautiful nature…Archaic age geographer Strabon said a few thousand years ago “God rewards the ones that he loves by sending them to live in Datça so that they can live long”. Datça (Knidos), the magnificent city of the archaic age, is located at the end of the peninsula that stretches from East to the West in dark blue waters of Aegean and Mediterranean.

BOZBURUN (KARIA)

Bozburun, which was known as Karya in ancient ages, has a history dating back to 3400 B.C. and has been a cradle of civilizations through history. Karya was named after Kar, who was the king of the tribe at that time. Located between sinuous hills, it’s a small rocky fishing village with a beautiful nature untouched.

Away from the chaos and technology of big cities, it’s one of the bays worth seeing for its nature and welcoming and friendly people. You can see many historical ruins and peacefully watch the stars meet the moon above the sea in the quiet nights.