Palamutbükü, Datça

A unique Bay, Palamutbükü, which has been the subject of mythologies and remembered with love and beauty throughout history…

Datça is not just a town legendary for its nature. Its unique geography has been the subject of Greek mythology and has hosted gods and goddesses. Palamutbükü Bay is right next to Knidos, where Aphrodite, the goddess of love, the charming, beautiful daughter of Zeus, king of the Gods, was born from the foams of the sea. Sand and gravel mixed 2 kilometers long pure white beach of Palamutbükü almost integrated with the sea and sky’s blue that merges on the horizon line. Thanks to the pretty tricks of the sun, this sea where you’ll witness limitless shades of blue during the day are so clear that you can count the stones at the bottom even from a few meters away. Palamutbükü, chosen by Greenpeace as the cleanest coast in the Aegean and Mediterranean dish, lays all the beauty of nature under your feet. Its beach is decorated with almonds, pine, and olives, immaculate and moisture-free air with plenty of oxygen, and a sweet wind that does not adumbrate the heat of summer.

Located to the west of Datça, south of the peninsula, 25 km from the center of Datça, named after acorn trees in the region, Palamutbükü is undoubtedly the most beautiful Bay of Datça. Come to Datça, another way of saying peace, and see all this with your own eyes. Be a guest of happiness at the Beyaz Mavi Hotel, which stands out among the hotels of Palamutbükü with its stylish architecture, quality service, and comfortable beach.