Gocek is a historic spot right on the Mediterranean Sea. Gocek is a stunning marina town located on the south west coast of Turkey, between Fethiye and Dalyan. It was a harbour town then and now it’s all the more so with 6 large marinas serving the yacht tourism in the region.
The dominant characteristics of this town are that it is located in a private bay with several coves and harbors. It is a high-class area with many boats, larger, and several sailing companies. Gocek has become a popular yachting destination for motor yacht & sailboat charters and the mega yachts of the rich & famous. There are 6 yacht marinas in the town with over 1,500 berths.
Gocek is a real pearl of the Mediterranean situated in a quiet Gocek bay surrounded by trees and forests. The region has the status of National Park and is under government’s protection.
Gocek is famous for its natural beauty among the sailors not only in Turkey but also abroad. Gocek town is surrounded by 12 islands and we offer 12 Islands Boat Trip from Fethiye. Gocek also has two beach clubs, one is located in D-Marine and has specially imported sand from Arab Emirates to Gocek beaches.
Luxury resort D Resort Gocek is an elegant boutique hotel centrally located in the charming village, offering eight stylishly appointed, design-led buildings, with outdoor pools, restaurants and bars, a spa and fitness centre.
Gocek is an excellent tourist town with good Marina and nightlife. It is probably the only city in the world where you will see Sarcophagus in the streets. Activities in Gocek include horse riding, scuba diving, tennis, kayaking and mountain biking or simply relax with a Turkish hammam and spa. Gocek attracts visitors from all over the world because during summer season most people want to explore various destinations in Turkey.
How to Go to Gocek?
Dalaman Airport, which is 25km away, has domestic flights to Istanbul all year round and can easily link visitors to any part of the world.
Some visitors arrive aboard a gulet or yacht though there is a regular connection from Fethiye to the Greek Island of Rhodes. Either way, visitors are welcome and will find bars, restaurants, and shopsto meet all of their needs.