The village of Söğüt is in a fertile valley and there are greenhouses and bee
You can walk in the forest paths. Those following the path leading to Okluk on
the hill on the western point of the cove will see the remains of an old castle.
The scenery is impressive.
Sedir Adası: The group of islands of Sedir, Orta and Küçük are
known as the Sedir Adaları (City Islands). Transport to the island is from Çamlı Cove
or Akyaka by motor boats. On the
island there are restaurants, showers and toilets.
The Port of Gökova-Akyaka: This is at the end point of the gulf, heading
towards the east and gradually narrowing. There are two streamlets that
run down into the sea, one in the village of Akyaka.
The Port of Akbük: The port is in a wide and deep cove on the northern
shores of the gulf. It is in the municipality of Yerkesik, with Mugla 48
kilometres away. By land you travel along a dusty road from Akyaka.
The Akbük Cove is beautiful and wide, with the scene decorated by the
Kıran Mountains falling into the sea with pine forests and olive trees
on the lower slopes. The region is one of the Special Environment
Protected Areas and construction is not allowed.
Ören: Between the points of Kerme and Ören the bay of Çamaltı stretches
like an arrow. The shores are lined with beaches. Beyond the coast there
are houses with gardens and pensions. The town of Ören is inland.