Datca is located on a narrow finger of land jutting out into the Aegean sea. The Greeks believed Datca to have been created by God. Datca was formerly impossible to arrive to and is now visited by hundreds of thousands per year.
It could be the ethereal atmosphere that seems to linger around Knidos, a harbour last used 1,700 years ago or the remnants of the ancient civilisation the Karians who populated the area in 5,400 BC. In an area with so many beaches, it’s understandable to look for ‘the best’ so grab a Gulet (small boat) and head to Domuzbükü or the Pig inlet. This is a hidden gem of turquoise waves and small restaurants where you can observe the sun’s golden rays in the late afternoon.
Many professional photographers frequent Datca for its exquisite beauty and rocky outcrops. Book your own to take stunning photos for you and your loved ones.