This once small farming village is now transformed in to one of the top yachting destinations in Turkey. Situated in a valley surrounded by hills covered in pine trees, this beautiful resort still enjoys the perfect climate for farming which is evident in the promenades that are lined with orange, tangerine, grapefruit and lemon trees. A wonderful selection of traditional and international restaurants can be found dotted in the pretty streets that lead to Gocek’s four marinas. Often the entire bay can be awash with boats, from dinghies to multimillion dollar yachts. With no public beach available, those wishing to swim in the turquoise waters can take short trips by boat and water taxi to the nearby islands and coves which makes a fabulous day is out.
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The Turkish cuisine offers a great range of vegetarian, fish and meat dishes, with a variety of spices and ingredients that make it very popular and appeals to all tastes. The Turkish kebab is a favourite, simply grilled meat on skewers with a pitta bread as a simple accompaniment, or the Turkish equivalent of the pizza is the “pide”. Like the usual pizza base, you will find not just the predictable tomato and cheese, but also fragrant lamb, spinach, chargrilled courgettes, prawns and walnuts as a range of toppings. Borek are tiny filo pies filled with ham or cheese, all washed with “raki” the traditional firewater, or the fresh Turkish wines.
Gocek is a calm little village with a plenty of restaurant’s and few nightlife venues. Nightlife in Gocek can be a few drinks in a jazz bar, people watching in the main square, a chill-out drink in a cafe-bar with beautiful tables under trees or a cocktail sip by the seaside. There is even a sports bar without the rowdy crowds.
Seker Bayramnational event
A national religious holiday celebrating the end of fasting. The holiday runs for three days and shops will be closed on the first day.
Kurban Bayramnational event
A national religious holiday that runs for four days. Shops will be closed on the first day.
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