• Muğla
  • 1 sene önce gönderildi

At the mouth of the Azmak river, Akyaka was the second town in Turkey to join the Cittaslow (Slow City) movement and has resisted unsightly development, with half-timbered houses built and restored in ‘Ula-Muğla’ Ottoman style by the late architect Nail Çakırhan. Confusingly, Akyaka is sometimes also called Gökova, which is an older township located several kilometres inland.

The road from Muğla crosses the Sakar Pass (Sakar Geçidi; 670m), offering breathtaking views of the sea

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Akyaka, Cemalettin Bölgen Sk. No:22, 48650 Ula/Muğla

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