Datça peninsula is located between Gökova and Hisarönü gulfs at the southwestern end of Turkey. Datça is known for its unique nature, endless blue sea, clean air and local cuisine.
Sun shines year round. The area is suitable for trekking, sightseeing, windsurf, diving, sailing, fishing and photography. Bays and evergreen villages are heaven-like. Cnidus where Aphrodite also swam connects Aegean and Mediterranean seas. Old Datça Town from early Hellenistic era is surrounded by flowers and stone houses.