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Península Datça
Península Datça

Península Datça

Com sua costa norte situada no Golfo Egeu de Gökova e o Mar Mediterrâneo cobrindo sua costa sul, a Península de Datça oferece um panorama infinito de colinas cobertas de flores silvestres, penhascos costeiros recortados e praias douradas. Marcando o último trecho da lendária Costa Turquesa da Turquia, a península é um destino popular para cruzeiros de um ou vários dias saindo de Bodrum ou Marmaris nas proximidades.

Com dezenas de praias e áreas de mergulho, a maioria dos visitantes da península passa o tempo no litoral, mas também há muito interesse no interior. Faça uma caminhada pelas florestas e pomares de laranja, visite um tradicional lagar de azeite, navegue pelos mercados semanais na cidade de Datça ou descubra a antiga cidade de Knidos, um vasto sítio arqueológico conhecido por seu relógio de sol desgastado pelo tempo e a estátua de Afrodite que data do quarto ano século AC

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Gulf of Gokova, Marmaris, Turkey

Informações Práticas

A Península de Datça fica na costa sudoeste da Turquia, no sul do Mar Egeu.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Suitable for art lovers of all ages.
  • On tours, children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Tours are wheelchair and stroller accessible.
  • Remember swimwear, sun protection, and water for hydration.
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How to Get There

Datça Peninsula lies on Turkey’s southwest coast between the Aegean and Mediterranean seas. The most popular way to reach the peninsula is through Bodrum and taking a cruise from there. Otherwise, fly from Istanbul to Dalaman (which is just over an hour flight), rent a car and drive to the peninsula; travel times vary according to the destination.

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When to Get There

Datça Peninsula’s high season is July and August. Catch temperate weather and beat the crowds by visiting Marmaris late or early fall. Come in May for the Marmaris Maritime and Spring Festival celebrated with yacht races and street performances, or for the larger International Marmaris Yacht Festival late in the month. In June/July the Marmaris Cinema Festival takes over, and in October Marmaris hosts yet another maritime festival, the International Race Week.

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Bozburun Peninsula

The Bozburun Peninsula is a tiny mountainous peninsula on the larger Datça Peninsula, jutting out of its southern coast into the Mediterranean Sea. Popular for its sleepy sandy beaches, ancient cities, and lively nightlife, Bozburun is easily explored on a Jeep safari or as a stop during a yacht cruise. Go to the waterfalls and a carpet weavers association in the village of Turgut, or have a meal in the chic Selimiye.

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