Muğla Province (Turkish: Muğla ili, pronounced [ˌmuːɫɑ iˈli]) is a province of Turkey, at the country's south-western corner, on the Aegean Sea. Its seat is Muğla, about 20 km (12 mi) inland, while some of Turkey's largest holiday resorts, such as Bodrum, Ölüdeniz, Marmaris and Fethiye, are on the coast in Muğla.
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Kaptan June’s Hut was returned to the beach in 2010. Since then it has been used as a visitor center where people can learn about the turtles that come to the beach every year to lay their eggs.The center is very informative on the history of June's time living in the hut many years ago and her fight to protect turtles and the beautiful Iztuzu Beach. Discover how you can help now by visiting us !
Please take the time to visit this sanctuary - all support for this worthy cause is much needed. You will be horrified at what we do to the creatures of this planet. Furthermore and most importantly - please support Captain June approved boats.
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I and my wife spend some time in Fethiye which is the beginning point of the Lycian Way. During the ancient times, Lycian were connected the harbours with the cities on the Mountains by this ways. The landscape is beatiful. The route ends in Antalya. Anybody who visit Antalya, Fethiye or somewhere between these two cities must walk at least some part of the Lycian Way. The only drawback is the hot weather during July and August.
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This is a truly wonderful place to visit, as long as it is not too busy, but it is a popular tourist attraction, so go with the flow.
This area Of Turkey is supplied with millions of gallons of water from the Mountains, and even in mid summer there is water flowing everywhere.
We were brought here given a trip up the Gorge(upstream) then had a very nice lunch, then drinks by the water to relax for a while.
Remember a small coin to use the toilets .
After we were offered the choice go downstream in a rubber ring or drive the short distance and meet up with the rubber ringers as they came down stream.
But remember this is fresh water very cold from a mountain.
If you go on one of the Jeep trips to here, be ready to get WET!
The tour guides had a professional photographer who took many more wonderful pictures, so we could enjoy our visit.
Please note these are memories from 2008 on our first trip to Oludeniz.
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Iztuzu Beach is a fabulous place to go for those who enjoy the sea. There are no buildings save bar/restaurant on the beach. Beautiful sand stretching for miles. This where Greenback and Loggerhead turtles come ashore to lay their eggs in the season. There is also a turtle sanctuary at the eastern end of the beach. Great place for a relaxing day. Travel there by river taxi or dolmus
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