Ekincik Koyu, Köyceğiz – Muğla – Turkey
GPS : 36°49’25.6″N 28°33’53.0″E / 36.823763, 28.564725
Kurşuncuk (West) Burnu Lighthouse
Fl 5s 40m 5M
GPS : 36°49’20.6″N 28°32’58.0″E / 36.822378, 28.549434
VHF Channels : 06
Call Sign : ” ekincik mymarina ”
The SE corner of the Ekincik Koyu, Maden İskelesi Koyu provides adequate shelter. Boats anchor in the S and take a line ashore. A wooden pier on the east, belongs to a restaurant. There are laid moorings tailed on pier. Water and electricty connections are available. This restaurant is one the best in Mediterranean Sea, providing a variety of excellent seafood to visitors. The slopes are densely wooded in pine. The restaurant is hidden like a nest among the trees. The setting is wonderful. It is worth arriving before sunset so you can fully enjoy the tremendous view of the bay.
Beautiful Ekincik is a natural harbor that is safe against nearly all winds for yachts. Visitors enjoy the scented green forests and view of small farms across the bay as well as the ease of dropping anchor in front of My Marina Restaurant which is known for its excellent fish dishes and lovely views. Ekincik Limanı is a cove with several anchorages and a restaurant quay with laid moorings. Beautiful Ekincik is a natural harbor that is safe against nearly all winds for charter yachts.
The people of the little village have a well-deserved reputation for their hospitality, making you feel right at home. As you sit in the cockpit or walk along the shores, the scent of pine fills the air. Sea birds and land birds in flight, wheeling and diving, add to the beauty of this quintessential Mediterranean setting. Harbor of Ekincik, located on the western entry cape of the inlet of Ekincik and covered with green pine forests, is a place of priority because it is very near to the ruined remains of Caunos.
The grassy plain is in the middle and the village of Ekincik is at the back of the inlet respectively. The cooperative of motorboats incorporated by the villagers here, will take you from your sailboat and carry to Caunos. You can drop anchor in the part where there are motorboats and along the wide sand beach, and also in the wonderful inlet amongst the verdure exactly opposite the lighthouse. If you can find a place for yourself in this inlet where the green and the blue are intermingled with each other, it will be both safe and pleasing to anchor there.
MY MARINA QUAY
The My Marina Restaurant has constructed a quay with laid moorings space for up to 68 yachts. Obviously, if you use the moorings, you are expected to dine in the restaurant. You should have a long line at the bow ready on arrival for the “sailors” (who meet arriving yachts in a RIB) to take through an eye in the mooring line and pass back to you.
Moorings : 68 Boats
Draught max : Quay 3 m, T-pier 6.5 m
Length max : 15 m
Sea Floor : Moss
MY MARINA YACHT CLUB
My Marina Yacht Club at Ekincik Bay is a center point for yachts and a very much preferred restaurant. Dinner will be served at the My Marina Yacht Club`s ambient terrace.
MY MARINA RESTAURANT
In the E cove, the My Marina restaurant has constructed a very attractive quay with laid moorings. Obviously, if you use the moorings, you are expected to dine in the restaurant. The My Marina Restaurant (270 pax) is attractive and only a bit expensive.
My Marina is a beautiful place located within the olive trees overlooking a magnificent view. You get a high class service with excellent foods. Visitors enjoy the scented green forests and view of small farms across the bay as well as the ease of dropping anchor in front of “My Marina” Restaurant which is known for its excellent fish dishes and lovely views.
Accommodation : Pensions, Hotels, Motels, Rental Houses
Dining : Restaurants, Cafes, Buffets
Special Shopping : Olive, Olive Oil, Honey
FISH AND SEA PRODUCT SPECIES LIST OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA
The archaeological record indicates that the original city of Caunos was established nearly 5,000 years ago, making it one of the oldest on Earth. The level of the Mediterranean Sea was much higher at the time, covering the present-day river delta to reach five miles inland, right to the doorstep of Caunos. It was a major port for centuries and the ruins show a cosmopolitan blend of cultures.
Bus : Ekincik – Köyceğiz
Airport : Dalaman International Airport