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Gulf of Gokova, Marmaris, Turkey
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Reviewed 22 August 2018 via mobile

Datca peninsula is a long mountainous land with curvy winding roads going through cute villages and ending in large beaches.. It has a tremendously impressive history of ancient civilizations dating back 2500 years. The weather is calm and nice throughout the year and the surrounding...More

Thank Onat A
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile

Datca is an amazing place with culturally higher level guests compared to other touristic places(very limited people dirtying and messing around), with one of the best sea and bays (visiting hundreds of places every year I can say that is one of the top 3...More

Thank Ali E
Reviewed 29 June 2018

Went by bus from Icmeler, catching dolmus to Marmaris bus station (3tl), then fromMarmaris to Datca (17tl). The journey took about 1hr 20 mins from Marmaris and what a lovely way to see the scenery for such a small outlay. All tthrough the mountains and...More

1  Thank Paulssis
Reviewed 7 March 2018 via mobile

Datca was a lovely trip, visiting an olive farm, Vinery and Roman remains. Thoroughly recommend bringing home the citrus flavoured olive oils!

1  Thank Margaret W
Reviewed 24 October 2017 via mobile

We enjoyed our visit to Datca. The town itself has a great walk around the harbour and the beach. You can walk a long way on good surfaces. There are lots of interesting shops. We also love the beach and the fresh water lake with...More

3  Thank jude9999_10
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

Crystal clear water, less crowded, no massa tourism, traditional turkish cuisine with lots of vegetables and delicious sea food

Thank A D
Reviewed 16 July 2017

This is a remote area and if you have a car and the time to explore, lots of small beaches and coves are yours for the taking. Sall towns are widely spaced and at the end of the peninsula, Knidros offers a wonderful exploration of...More

1  Thank Mark P
Reviewed 3 July 2017

A quiet and fairly sleepy little town with mainly Turkish holiday makers, drove from Icmeler just to see what it was like and all I can say was it was not worth the effort.

Thank Stephen A
Reviewed 8 November 2016

Datca is really a lovely place in Turkey.Nice town ,very nice harbour ! and 20 ' from SYMI a very nice greek Island

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Reviewed 15 October 2016 via mobile

From the center of Datça you can find several walking and trekking paths both near the seaside and nature. During the walking in seaside you can also see remnants of an ancient harbor. The endemic Datça sand lillies can be seen throughout the summer and...More

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Response from Geoff T | Reviewed this property |
We have a personal vehicle so have never had the need to use public transportation. There does seem to be plenty of dolmus's around and I am sure run fairly frequently to the area beaches, etc Your hotel should be able to... More