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We have visisted Akbük cove many times in the past before we sold our sailing boat.But this time it was by car,from Marmaris to Akyaka,a very good road, and from Akyaka to Akbük by a very narrow and winding road.The scenery is beautiful and there...More
This year we went on all 3 boats, all of which represent outstanding value for money, providing a full day of touring the various bays and coves around Akbuk, accompanied by music and complete with an excellent lunch.
Our personal favourite is Kaptan Ali’s Boztepe...More
Lovely little fishing town, would never thought of going if not for visiting friends.. a quieter place than Altinkum and Gumbet but brilliant restaurants helpful locals.. if you want a quieter pace of life onn your turkish hols or fishing heres the place to go
Akbük is a beautiful beach with wonderful views and definitely gorgeous sea and mountain. You can swim in every shade of green and blue in a few strokes. Very kid friendly, Nice restaurants and cafes for food and drinks. Heated showers is a big winner.People...More
Akbük is a very lovely beach with wonderful views and definitely gorgeous sea. You can swim in every shade of green and blue in a few strokes. Very kid friendly, Nice restaurants and cafes for food and drinks. Heated showers is a big winner.People camp...More
first of all total mark is not my exact choice grades jump from average to very good in my opinion there should be good between average and verygood.plue parrot bungalows are clean,big enough,has balcony with nice view.owner is nice lady take care everything,blue parrot cafe...More
I loved this nice quite clean beach town, lovely clean sandy beach too , took a long walk along the sea front and the local people are nice too, easy thirty min bus ride which is only 6 Turkish lira per person from altinkum .