The Peaceful Town of Akyaka
One of the places where you can be one with nature, The Akyaka district of Muğla is one of the most visited holiday destinations over the past few years. If you want a colourfull holiday with a variety of activities besides a chill-out holiday, you should try Akyaka this summer.
Akyaka, which is connected to Ula district, is declared as the calmest city in 2010, is one of the most preferred places for holidaymakers in recent years. This region is right in the middle of Muğla and Marmaris. Despite so much interest, it continues to protect its natural structure and habitat. All houses and hotels are made of wood due to the nature of saving compulsory architecture. The Aznak river in Akyaka has a charming environment and a calm stream that will drain your negative energy. You can take pictures and also watch the fishes passing by.
After the river tour, you can enjoy a nice bike ride to the mountains and have a glimpse of the surroundings.
If the bike ride and the river tour was not enough, there is also a beach for you can cool down. You can rent sunbeds and an umbrella. This is ideal for children because the sea is not deep. If you are not the relaxing type of guy, you can rent canoes.
With a boat tour to The Sedir Island, you can enjoy its golden sands and clean shores.
Do not forget to walk around the town and see its humble houses and small streets with all the begonvillas next to each other, exhibiting its beauty. Most people, as they are walking, take pictures.
Akyaka forest camp is also available for those who like to camp. You can camp in the area with caravans or by renting a tent. Every morning you can wake up to in the forest and smell the clean smell of Akyaka. Upon the increase of demands, houses are being purchased and converted into hotels, hostel and apart hotels.
Unfortunately, there is almost no choice for shopping. But do not worry, Akyaka is exceptional with their food and drinks. Especially in seafood. For breakfast, the food is very nice because nearly everything is made by hand and naturally grown from the area.