If you're staying in Faralya, you've got to head to Kabak – an unspoilt stretch of shingle beach surrounded by lush pine forest. The beach is completely empty, it is absolutely delightful. There are, however, a few secluded campsites behind the beach. This is the spot if you're looking for a back-to-basics beach experience. At night, the lights coming from Olu Deniz twinkle across the bay which is only 15 minutes drive away but feels like a whole world away. The view and the area is simply stunning area.
On weekdays, this place is truly amazing. Perfect spot to camp and watch the sunset over campfires and barbecues. Peaceful haven hidden down a long track from the Fethiye-Gocek road, surrounded by pine forests and sweet gum trees. Seeking a feeling of total escape? Then this is the ideal option.
Gemiler lies just a short way away from the very popular Olu Deniz beach; Gemiler is the perfect spot to run away from tourist. You can get there either by boat or bus ride The location is surrounded by pine and olive trees. The beach looks across to St Nicholas Island, and you can enjoy fresh meze and cold Efes beers thanks to the good restaurants located nearby.
Cirali has managed to avoid the same level of development has Olympos beach which makes it the perfect spot to escape the tourist crowds. The beach is 3KMs long and is a protected area. Right in the middle of two huge mountains, the whole area of and around Cirali is incredibly beautiful. The village behind offers simple restaurants and pensions, with a enjoyable hippyish atmosphere.
5. Hisaronu Bay
Hisaronu Bay is composed of two small beaches that look out towards the Datca peninsula. There's a permennt breeze which makes it a popular spot for windsurfers as. If you feel restless and wish to see something different, the equally beautiful beaches at Selimiye and Orhaniye are close by.
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