Exploring The Datça Coastline


Saturday 05 October, 2013 by Uncle Spike

Last weekend we took a couple of days away to one of our favourite areas, the Datça Peninsula (pronounced Dacha) on the Aegean coast of southwest Turkey. These are just a few shots from around the coastline to give you an idea how beautiful this part of the world really is 😀

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Hope you enjoy them half as much as I enjoyed being there once again taking them!



13 thoughts on “Exploring The Datça Coastline

  1. Lilith says:

    I did enjoy your Blog..now i must add Datca to my List….I am looking fwd to reading more of your blogs now I am follower..


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  4. And I thought California coastline was the best! Gorgeous…


  5. balroop2013 says:

    excellent shots!! a real treat for the eyes.thanks for sharing!


  6. Heike says:

    Beautiful pics…. one of these days I have to come for a visit 😉


  7. Superb colour there in the shallows.


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