Located at the meeting point of the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas, Datça is a charming town in the province of Muğla and one of the must-see destinations along the Aegean coast of Türkiye.
The region is famous for its almonds, which have become an important source of income for local producers.
Datça is renowned for its flora. The majority of the 154 species of wild orchid in Türkiye are found on the Datça Peninsula.
The Datça Peninsula has pristine coves, bays, and beaches, nine of which carry the distinguished Blue Flag certification.
As the meeting point of two seas, Datça offers a unique experience. Listen to the winds blowing from the Aegean and Mediterranean and find your inner peace.
10 vibes for Datça
Old Datça: Old Datça is full of cobblestone streets, colorful bougainvillea bushes, old stone houses, little shops, and the house of Can Yücel, the famous poet who spent almost 30 years in Datça.
Start the day with a rich, delectable breakfast. The flavors of Datça will give you pleasure and plenty of energy.