Fora Apart Hotel
Ali Osman Cetiner Cad. , No:11, Datca, Turkey
More about Datca
Suite rooms (Badem Evi - Almond House)
hills of palamut
Travel Tips for Datca
Touch the history
What really impressed me in Knidos is the fact that you can walk along the city walls and discover on your own the remains of the ancient houses, monuments, temples.
And just walking around in this peaceful place we have seen something that seemed to be a mosaic and taking away the dust we have discovered an old beautiful mosaic.
From this point of view I think Knidos is a paradise of the ones who love to discover the things by their own.
Mesudiye is a place which includes 3 bays in a row( ova buku,hayit buku and kizil buk)
Hayýt buku is the bay in the middle and its a wonderful natural bay for yachts.This very small village has many beautiful restaurants and very attractive beach
"Small town heaven."
Being stuck out at the end of the penninsula it's really quiet if you want to get away from the press of Marmaris.I sailed in from Bodrum on the ferry and had a great time on board en route.Short taxi ride from the harbour and got to Datca,pronounced Datcha.
Quayside is a pretty relaxed place to stop and enjoy the view,have a coffee etc.
Flottillas regularly use it as a stop over.
sand lily in palamutbuku
Leucocrinum montanum, commonly known as the sand lily, starlily or mountain lily, is the only species in the genus Leucocrinum. It is a perennial plant growing to 20 cm that flowers in late spring and early summer. The flowers are monoecious. Early in spring, the waxy-white flowers arise from a cluster of leaves that look much like a tuft of grass. Then, by midsummer, the plant disappears completely from the surface and lies dormant underground through the hottest part of the year. Unlike most lilies, L. montanum has fleshy finger-like roots instead of a bulb.(info taken from Wikipedia)