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Ova Buku Marina, Mugla, Turkey
Ovabuku Marina is located in the peninsula of Datca. This destination is suitable for any tourist, thanks to the breathtaking panoramas, bays and colorful waters that offer a spectacle every evening, when the sun sets. Datca is unique: North of the peninsula is the Aegean Sea and at the South the Mediterranean Sea and it is considered one of the most authentic regions in Turkey. The ancient ruins of Knidos can be visited here, as well as the winery and the vineyard that is active and can be found in interesting buildings. "Eski Datca" or Old Datca is only 4 km away from Datca and was the the old centre that has succeeded to preserve its narrow streets and its old architecture of the houses. During the road trips and the boat trips, the visitors will be charmed by the outstanding surroundings, where the nature has powerful attractions to reveal. The local cuisine is extremely enjoyable and can be taste at Cafe Inn, Culinarium and many more.
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Attractions in Mugla
The Province of Mugla or Mugla Ili, is situated in the south-western corner of Turkey, with an exit to the Aegean Sea. Being one of the most astonishing sides of the country, this region attracts a large number of tourists that are charmed by the beauty of the sea, by the attractions of the coast, by the serenity of the place and the exotic resorts. The most important resorts are Marmaris, Fethiye, Oludeniz and Bodrum.
Mugla is a Turkish paradise with more than 100 historical sites that are begging to be explored, a history of 5000 years and perfect weather conditions. The first inhabitants of Mugla were the Carians and Leleges. This region was described in many writings, one of the most famous being Iliad by Homer. Egyptians, Assyrians and Scythians lived on these lands thousands of years ago, before the Greeks and the Turkish people got to it. Among the important personalities who used to live on this territory were Herodotus, Basil Zaharoff, Osman Hamdi Bey and ... more info
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