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SELIMIYE

Selimiye is another popular stop for boats on the Blue Voyage between Bodrum and Marmaris. It is an old Greek town and very suitable for yacht tourism. The cove is green, the sea is clean and generally calm but there is not much in the way of sand beaches. There are small restaurants around the quay area. There is an eternal quietness that rules the area, perfect for those that want to have a holiday away from the crowd. There are also historical remains around the Selimiye region. There are ruins of three castles of the ancient city of Hydas in the area. One of them is on the highest hill of Selimiye, one other on Sankaya Hill and the last in Asarkale in the Kizilkoy district. To the south east of the cove you can visit the Hellenistic era city walls. Among the ruins the monitoring tower built to show snips the way, the lighthouse, monastery and the theatre are worth seeing.

The pieces that were salvaged from the wrecks in the region are displayed in the Bodrum Underwater Museum. Selimiye Cove is used by boats for shelter in stormy weather as it is a natural port. If you are seeking a beach you should go to “Sig LJman” (Shallow Port), two kilometres away from the cove.

Akyaka
Akyaka is situated in the province of Mugla, in the south-west of Turkey, between Marmaris, Mugla and Bodrum.
Hisarönü
The most pleasant part of the Marmaris-Datca road, which is narrow and winding, is that which gets to the...
Dalyan
Dalyan is nestled inbetween montains, next to a river, huge lake and right by the sea.
Datça
Surrounded on three sides by the sea, Datca is another corner of paradise where the mediterranean...
Marmaris
Beautiful coastline, friendly people, good fresh foods and delicious local wines, that could easily compete...
Mud Bath
The most famous place in Dalyan is the mud baths and thermal springs, located in the south of the Koycegiz lake, at...
Kızkumu
Upon visiting Orhaniye especially during the morning daylight, you will notice a silvery sparkling, reflection...
Kumlubük
Kumlubuk, a turquoise paradise, lies on the southern side of the bay. There is a scenic 6 km long dirt road from...
Içmeler
In the vicinity of Marmaris, 8 km away, there is a holiday destination Icmeler, a place ideal for those...
Iztuzu
It is a vacational spot between Sarigerme and Marmaris and the entrance of Kaunos and Dalyan...
Orhaniye
Orhaniye is only 2,5 km. from Turgut. Orhaniye is one of the most essential tourism centres on Hisaronu Bay.
Palamutbükü
Palamutbuku is 2.5 kilometers away from downtown Datca. A small island is situated outside the cove.
Şelale
As you go ahead from Bayir to Bozburun junction, one km later you will get to SeIaIe waterfall.
Sedir
24 kilometers after the Marmaris turnoff on the Mugla-Marmaris road the road turns right and six kilometres...
Selimiye
Selimiye is another popular stop for boats on the Blue Voyage between Bodrum and Marmaris.
Söğüt
All in all, there are sixty-six bays and inlets sprinkled along the Gokova shoreline.
Turunç
If you are based at Marmaris take a day out to visit Turunc, which is 23 km away from Marmaris.
Bozburun
Bozburun, a small settlement reminding of a fish town, is situated on a cove that is about 50 km away ...
Çiftlik
If you are in Marmaris we recommend that you make a visit to Ciftlik, which has one of the most beautiful beaches...