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İnlice, Fethiye - Muğla - Turkey

GPS : 36°43'38.0"N 28°58'10.5"E / 36.727223, 28.969574


Inlice Beach is the closest and easiest beach option for Göcek visitors. Inlice Beach (secluded beach with volcanic sand and shingle) is very uniq place. Facilities are mediocre however the sea water is clean, the waves are good fun for the children and the beach has a pleasant surrounding.

Whereas Göcek can be very hot in the summer months, Inlice offers a refreshing coolness and in the evenings there is the heady scent of thyme and pine forest. There is a temperature difference of nearly 5 degrees Celsius between the two locations. Because there is no light pollution the starlit night sky is a wonderful sight. Inlice

Beach is approximately 800 m in length with a deep stretch of dark coloured sand. The sea is safe for bathing in calm conditions and during windy periods the sea can be quite wavy.

Along the beach you will find a cafe operated by the Göcek Municipality, which offers reasonably priced drinks and refreshments. There is an official car park, shower and WC facilities, changing cubicles and lounging chairs and umbrellas for hire along the beach. In addition there are camping facilities behind the beach.

300 m away from Inlice Beach you will find Günlük Grove - a very special shady area - where Günlük trees (Liquid Amber trees) provide shade. The resin from these special trees has medicinal qualities and it is believed that apart from a small part of India, these Günlük trees only grow in this area. For this reason these trees must be protected and not damaged, so that future generations can enjoy them.


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