Datça – More Than Just Beaches


Tuesday 08 October, 2013 by Uncle Spike

As you may have seen from my earlier post, we recently took a couple of days away to one of our favourite areas, the Datça Peninsula (pronounced Dacha) on the Aegean coast of southwest Turkey.

In my last post (Exploring The Datça Coastline) I shared some beautiful photographs taken from around the coastline. However, in this post I have tried to show you another side – after all, the end of the peninsula after Datça town is more than just a great coastal road and wonderful beaches…

There are some lovely villages as you start to explore the hinterland. And then once you leave the metalled roads behind and start to explore some of the rugged natural beauty of the northern coast, there is a marked contrast from the more pristine and softer southern coast as shown in my earlier post.

Click on any image to start the carousel…

Hope you enjoy seeing the other side of this beautiful area.



5 thoughts on “Datça – More Than Just Beaches

  1. […] Coastline) I shared some beautiful photographs taken from around the coastline. In the last post (Datça – More Than Just Beaches) you were introduced to some of the less seen parts. But this post is all about […]


  2. 1createblogs says:

    Nice post !


  3. Makes me want to be on the road again! Thank you for the dream.


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