After Göcek, there are 5 islands namely Göcek Island, Yassıca Islands, Zeytin Island, Tersane Island and Pig Island. The island of Yassica consists of a few small islands with a small pond.Travelling between the bays and islands of Gocek, you will not miss the rock tombs of the Lycian period. Göbün Bay is 8.4 km away from the center of Göcek and is a quiet bay during the days when daily tour boats leave. In this bay, there are also a mooring place, a restaurant, a historical place and a breakwater. The largest of the islands in the Gulf is Tersane Island and the ruins of the ancient Greek settlement are seen on this island.There are also remains of a shipyard and watchtower. There is also a restaurant here. In the Cleopatra Hammam, which was filled with boats in the summer, there are remains of a Byzantine monastery, some of which were under water. There are no facilities on the seven islands called Yassica islands or Yassıcalar. Yassıca islands are preferred by families with children because of the sandy beach and the natural pool which are in the extension of the island. In the Yassıcalarda, it is possible to catch the moonlight. Göcek Island, which is 10 minutes away from Göcek, is the most important choice for those who do not want to go on boat tours since it is the closest beach to Göcek center. The boats departing from Göcek coastal band carry passengers to this island from morning hours until evening. The island has a facility to meet your needs such as food, wc, shower. It is possible to camp for hours in the bay and rest under the trees that make shade.
Most Visited Bays
Göcek island, which is the closest to Göcek center, will relax you with its clean sea and nature. It is an island where the trees touch the sea. There is a facility on the island where you can meet your sunbeds, umbrellas and eating and drinking needs. You can reach the island with private yachts as well as by using a sea taxi.
The Yassica island consisting of a few small and big islands in Fethiye bay are one of the most suitable places to spend time.The islands are ideal for water sports enthusiasts. It is covered with pine and olive trees. One of the islands has a small pond. The island is very convenient for hiking. There are benches that the locals open for selling various snacks. Since there are shallow areas between the islands, visitors should be careful when sailing around this area.
Bedri Rahmi Bay
This cove, whose main name was Tasyaka, was named after the visit of famous painter Bedri Rahmi in 1974. There is a picture of Bedri Rahmi on a rock piece on the island. Bedri Rahmi has left a piece of art on a large stone that looks like a fish, but actually conceals and portrays 6 animals. You can have the chance to come to the island with rental boats or 12 islands tours. It is one of the most loved bays of the Gocek.
The Cleopatra Baths Bay is the place where the historical ruins with the sunken baths and blue and green coexist. According to history, during the visit of the Egyptian queen Cleopatra to the Mediterranean shores, her close friends decided to make her this bath and give it as a gift. Because they found that there is a hot water source in this bay. It is said that this hot water is good for skin disease and that the beauty of Cleopatra comes from here. In the early hours of the morning, you will see the sands moving at the bottom of the wreck. This indicates that there is still hot water.
It is the largest island among the islands of Gocek. There are historical ruins from the time of Ottoman Empire. The island is composed of two parts as winter harbor and summer port. You can find more historical ruins in the winter harbor. Residents living in the winter harbor during the Byzantine period left the island due to the Lausanne Treaty and migrated to Greece. If you have the possibility to rent a boat, visit this island.
Boynuzbuku is a wide bay located in the west of Fethiye bay. The sea is clear since it has a natural breakwater. It has convenient walking areas to explore the bay covered with pine trees and log trees. There is a restaurant in the bay.
Yavansu Bay (Marti Bay)
There is a wooden pier where you can berth. The name of the bay is coming from the quality of the water coming from the mountain. There is a silhouette of a seagull on the ground at the seaside. Due to the silhouette of this seagull, this cove is called gull.
This small and narrow cove is entered between two high hills. The bay is covered with olive and pine trees. You can come across century-old olive trees frequently. On the end of the bay you can see some rock tombs and historical ruins. You can organize walks up to the peak to watch the bay. It has an excellent view from the hill.
Killebükü is a large bay between Boynuzbükü and Taşyaka. You can also see the church ruins and ornamented stones in the bay. It is one of the most beautiful bays that can be seen and accommodated on a boat trip. The wind is blowing warm and the sunset looks great.
One of the most beautiful coves of Göcek, Sıralıbük Cove is also a popular destination for daily tour boats. It is one of the magnificent bays where the fresh water source and salt water meet. We recommend you to swim with the sea shoe since the coast is very stony.
It is the bay that is located between the pig island and shipyard. The bay takes its name from being like an aquarium. The clear water do not allow to feel the heat of air. The breeze of the wind smells like pine. It has clean, glass-like water enabling the visitors to watch fishes from the boat. This bay is one of the most popular bays.
It is a magnificent bay located just west of the Yassica Islands. There is nothing like enjoying swimming in the shade of pine trees. It has a very impressive nature and the sea. It adds beauty to the beauties of Göcek bays with its landscape.
It is a wonderful combination of sea and nature. Use the path from the shoreline to climb up and see the village on the hill. You can purchase local products by visiting this small village. There are many natural caves around the bay.