Bördübet, Marmaris – Muğla – Turkey
GPS : 36°49’24.2″N 28°03’39.3″E / 36.823393, 28.060926
Located on Reşadiye peninsula of the holiday town of Marmaris, the Bördübet cove is a small fishing and beekeeping village. Bördübet faces the Gökova Gulf and is surrounded by dense forests. Like many other coves in the area, it has a unique nature. Golden Key Bördübet is 27 km from Marmaris and 55 km from Datça.
Bördübet, which means “bird’s bed,” was aptly named by English soldiers who hid in this cove many years ago. The area is home to many species of birds, including rock doves, goldfinches, nightingales, piscivorous birds, sparrow hawks and many other kinds of birds. It is perfectly safe to watch and listen to the birds, but if you are to take a walk into the depths of the forest, it is better to first consult with the local inhabitants.
The most significant feature of the cove is the river that flows through the dense pine forest and empties out into the sea. Surrounded by green pine trees, the sea makes for a wonderful view, particularly for photographers. The region provides a relaxing, stress-free haven away from the city.
The place where the river meets the sea creates an interesting cove reminiscent of a small Amazon forest, with all its plant, animal and bird diversity. It is home to many wild animals such as wild boars, rabbits, squirrels, foxes, and badgers.
Because of its unique forest location, Bördübet offers rare shadows and cool weather even on the hottest days of August.
Bördübet Golden Key, as well as the beach on the island, may also go to the sandy public beach 300 meters from our hotel. The transportation here, is provided by passing through a the forest footpath. On Island beach, we provide services like showers, toilets, cabins to change clothes. On Island beach service is provided, on the sandy public beach no service is provided.