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İf you are looking for a sandy calm beach, this is the best.
Only few hours from Istanbul, the beach is open to public. You have to pay for sunbeds and umbrella if you don't have one.
You can bring your own food and drinks....More
Definitely fun to head out to around 2pm after the afternoon sun as the sea is just warmed up. Also very recommended to go there in the evening as there are a couple of beach cafes and a shopping street. Most cafes (on the beach)...More
As for mid July, sea water was pretty cold, very very crowded beach, not cleaned. All over Sarimsakli from time to time or better to say most of the time when wind was blowing from land and not sea there was some awful smell...ugh. Hard...More
Unfortunately, this beach is too crowded especially in July and August. At weekends, you should find another place to swim and spend time. The beach has nice sand is very close to the town centre. Further from this settlement you can try Badavut areas which...More
Sarimsakli beach is a very nice and long sandy beach - although it used be even sandier before the government decided to hand out concessions for gold miners in Mount Ida. I noticed the sand is dissapearing slowly over the years. But don't let you...More
Sarımsaklı Beach has very fine and thin sand which makes this beach as one of the bests in its area.With its blue flag,you will have the chance to swim in crystal clear water.İt is a little bit cold even in the middle of July,but still...More