Main Cities

- Ankara

- Istanbul


Holiday Travel

- Adana

- Alanya

- Antalya

- Altinkum

- Belek

- Bodrum

- Bursa

- Dalaman

- Dalyan

- Fethiye

- Gocek

- Izmir

- Kas

- Kemer

- Kusadasi

- Marmaris

Gocek Travel Guide

Gocek is a city surrounded by historical attractions such as the historical city of Kaunos and the remnants of the five Lycian cities in the Xanthos Valley as well as other areas of its wonderful natural beauty. The private compound comprises of a marina and 'The Inn' is situated between the village centre and the marina, which are both at a

walking distance. Shuttle and bicycles are free of charge within the marina.



Historical Attractions of Gocek

- Fethiye Amyntas Tomb: Lycian rock cut tombs from 4th century

- Telmessos: once a famous city and the centre of prophecies

- Cadianda: city dating all the way to the 4th century

- Letoon: a prehistoric site, previously the cult centre of Lycia.

- Temple of Leto and his children Artemis and Apollo (a beautiful mosaic)

- Sidyma: an important Roman city

- Xanthos: the major city in Lycia

- Patara: established in the 4th century BC by Lycia. It's the birthplace of St. Nicholas and the oldest city of Lycia.

- Myra: It was the centre of pilgrimage of St. Nicholas

- Oludeniz: also known as the Dead Sea. It is the most photographed site in the Turkish coast and a lagoon enclosed by pine trees and Mountains.

- Kayakoy: the city of ghosts. (42 km)

- Saklikent: it's a hidden city of mystic beauty, which is a 18 km natural canyon with waterfalls, mud bath (67 km)


Many sailors think the Gulf of Fethiye comes second after the Indian Ocean because of the marvellous seascapes it has to offer. Until a few years ago, the town of Fethiye was the only land chosen to enjoy this exquisite corner of the world. However, years later, several accommodations have become accessible in this charming village of Gocek.


With its large natural harbor, Gocek has developed in providing the needs of yachtsmen. A walk around the Marina, admiring the display of boats of all shapes and sizes tied up here is one of the enjoyments of visiting Fethiye. The waterfront of Fethiye is filled up with restaurants and bars. The inland life revolves around the pretty market square which is filled with little shops that are selling crafts and off course, the usual items- the carpets.