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Dalaman - Muğla - Turkey


The twin bays of Ağa Limanı are a tempting place to drop anchor. This is a bay that many local people prefer to visit at weekends to rest with their families and have a picnic. There is a spring in the bay, which is available all year round. Wild animals also visit this bay when it is quiet to drink water and also to eat the food that has been left from the picnics.

You are able simply to relax, swim, try your luck at fishing or take even a long walk along the beach. The sea is extremely clean it and water is cooler than elsewhere as a result of the underwater source near the beach.

Ağa Limanı lies 1 Nm north of point; Kızılkuyruk Burnu, indents like a slingshot, with a creek at the head of each arm. The bay is open to east. The cove on the west is Büyük Koy, the one on the northwest is Küçük Koy. The coves in Ağa Limanı are favourite stopover ports for boats cruising north and westward. When heading that direction, raise your anchor early before the breeze gets up to avoid cross-swell and choppy seas around Point Kurdoğlu and Dişibilmez.

Sailing around the region of Marmaris while on your yacht or blue cruise will take you to many different places and none is as cosy and secluded as this little cove. It’s almost picture perfect because of how rustic is looks. Only a few boats can set anchor here at a time giving you enough privacy to enjoy the view of rocky slopes and the pine trees.

Most of the cruises that stop are heading either north or west. There is a small white sandy beach that you can swim ashore and then can sunbathe from, however, this bay lacks in facilities so bring along the things you might need. Water or some snacks for a picnic. Or better yet take a snooze right on the beach sand or hike to the nearby ruins.

Hiking up the slopes will also give you a stunning view of the entire cove. This is a popular stopover to relax in the tranquil waters before heading to more crowded areas. The sunset here is also quite romantic should you stick around long enough to see it.

GPS : 36°37'14.8"N 28°52'09.6"E / 36.620768, 28.869326
Küçük Koy ends in a shingle beach. Boats can anchor in 8 - 10 m off the beach and take a line ashore. Prevailing winds cause swell.

GPS : 36°37'04.7"N 28°52'08.4"E / 36.617969, 28.869004
Büyük Koy, extends to the east,  it narrows and ends in a shingle beach. The water is deep and gently shelves ashore. Boats drop anchor off the beach and get a line ashore to the beach side. Strong westerlies send in swell. Ease your chain as much as possible and pay attention to the rocky bottom in some parts. A rough path takes you to Köyiçi (800 m), where you will find Roman and Byzantine ruins.


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