The most beautiful beaches from Turkey
Most tourists choose the beaches of Turkey for their beauty, and for all inclusive 5-star services. If when you think of a holiday in Turkey come to mind only ultra crowded beaches, expensive resorts you should take into account the country’s more remote areas, beaches squeezed between the mountains, bays with crystal clear and simple restaurants, without claims. I give you four of the most beautiful beaches in Turkey, rarely visited by tourists and at which you can reach by car or boat.
Ovabuku is placed in Datca Peninsula amd is the most beautiful beach in the bay, with less known and Kizilbuk Hayitbuku. The beach is rather small, chic restaurants and pensions, while the surrounding country landscape is very beautiful. Forests of pine, myrtle and oak surround this remote area, where you will find peace and atmosphere of deep relaxation, besides mass tourism. I recommend accommodating at The Olive Garden Hotel!
Butterfly Valley is spectacularly situated between two mountains, is small and incredibly beautiful. If you get here, you will definitely not want to try another beach in your life! Most visitors arrive at Butterfly Valley by boat from Olu Deniz or Fethiye, but for the most adventurous of you, there is a mountain route which descends from the road (40 minutes descent, 1 hour climb). In the area there is no electricity, roads or buildings to obstruct your view of 5 stars. Instead, camping is allowed and there are houses in trees. You can accommodate in Faralya and then descend to the beautiful beach.
Olympos beach is famous for the accommodations in… trees, elegant buildings, and was on the map of backpacker for years. Cirali beach nearby somehow managed to bypass the development and mass tourism. The 3 km of white sand beach is a protected area because of the frogs, turtles with nest from here. Cirali is flanked by two huge mountains, the beach is a stunning beauty and the nearby village offers several restaurants and hostels simple, with a hippie atmosphere.
On a breathtaking route between Kalkan and Kas, Kaputas beach consists of a small bay waves that bathe the mountain rocks. There is an endless stairs that descend steeply to the beach, modern resort facilities there, and you will have to take along water, food and a parasol. It is a very popular beach with locals and tourists hardly known. Buses between Kalkan and Kas stop at Patara, and if one day the wind, waves are fabulous.