Located on the peninsula at the meeting of the Mediterranean and Aegean, Datça is a residential area that has been admired for its natural beauty integrated with the sea for hundreds of years. Inheriting the historical and cultural richness of Knidos, one of the most significant port cities of its period, Datça has always been indispensable for Anatolian civilizations throughout history.
In the past, Datça’s air was rumored to heal people and today Datça is also preferred by the patients with heart, circulation, neurological and rheumatic disorders. You can reach through Marmaris via the 70 km extended and corrected highway while watching the most beautiful bays of the Aegean and Mediterranean, where blue and green unite. You can also take the ferry or sea bus from Bodrum or the Greek islands Rhodes and Symi to Datça. Being rich in culture, the peninsula also has fascinating nature. The almond trees in Turkey first bloom in the Datça Peninsula and the first green almonds appear in Datça in February.