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Gulf of Gokova shines with all its beauty between the peninsulas of Bodrum and Datca. It is a narrow bay about 100 km long. Gokova is the indispensable route of the blue cruises and the final destination for most of the nature lovers.
Gulf of Gokova, which is located 25 km away from Mugla province on the shores of Turkey's Aegean region, is also known as the Kerme Bay. Gokova is just like a heaven with its numerous bays and perfect colour harmony of green and blue.
It is a well known fact that the Gokova Gulf which comprises a part of Bodrum, Milas, Marmaris and Datca coasts is the most beautiful gulf in Turkey. The sea and the pine trees integrate well with the bays sometimes running amongst the pine trees like a river. There are lots of nested bays at this section that are round in shape which are commonly referred as waterside thicket in the region.
Gokova Gulf is one of the essential destinations of yacht tours and blue cruises thanks to its natural and historical wonders. The ropes of boats can be fastened to the pine trees on the shore.
Visitors have multiple road options for getting to the Gokova Gulf from Marmaris.
Known as the most indented part of our country with its southern coasts, Gokova Bay is one of the most beautiful places in Turkey. It is a place to fascinate you with its wonderful fresh fish, golden sand beaches, turquoise colour sea and historical ruins.
Karaada, Incirliada, Orak Island, Gelibolu Island, Sedir Island, Yali Island, Ortaada, Zeytinli Island and Seven Islands are among the prominent islands of the gulf. Cinar Cove, Cleopatra Beach, Kufre Cove, Boncuk Cove, British Cove, Akbuk Cove, Lacivert, Incekum, Kandilli Cove and Zeytinli Cove are some of the most delightful coves along the gulf.
Rising just beside Mugla, Sakar Hill has a beautiful view of Gokova Bay at a height of 600 m. This view is a rare composition of blue and green worldwide.
Located in the southwest Turkey, Gokova is a wonderful South Aegean gulf.
The basic highlights of the Gulf of Gokova;