Dalaman – Muğla – Turkey
GPS : 36°38’28.9″N 28°51’51.6″E / 36.641365, 28.864321
Kuyrucak Cove lies on the south of Point Kuyrucak, intending to the east. It affords sheltering except for southerlies. This is a beautiful cove surrounded by pine trees. It has fish farms on both sides of its entrance.
The cove is divided into two parts, with one side being so marshy that it cannot be entered. There is a large hotel on the other side of the cove. One can anchor in the middle of the waterway and it is possible to find shelter in every type of weather. Boats drop hook in 20 m on west side and take a line ashore. The bottom is sand.
GPS : 36°38’33.6″N 28°51’49.1″E / 36.642676, 28.863638
The western shores are favorite spot for powerboats. There is a boat restaurant on the beach side with four floating moorings and a pier on the beach side, but the depth is shallow here.
You can climb up about 200 m for a stupendous view of the slopes overlooking Göcek Bay. Lycian sarcophagus ruins are in the vicinity.