Palamutbuku is 2.5 kilometers away from downtown Datca. A small island is situated outside the cove. This bay has the longest, stretching for 25 kilometers, beach of the Datça Peninsula, comprised of a mixture of sand and pebbles, and the harbour is the second biggest after Datça itself. Palamutbuku is a town with interesting shops and fish restaurants, pensions and dockyards where pine wood is transformed into yachts and boats of all sizes. The village stretches inland amongst orange groves and almond orchards. The mountain scenery is beautiful. The whole area is filled with flowers in the spring time. The seawater at Palamutbükü with a clear visibility up to 2.5 meters in depth is particularly suited for spear fishing.