[b]We may talk about its green shades which are as beautiful as in Black Sea or all the blue shades of Aegean and Mediterranean seas...[/b]
[justify]Gökova Bay, with its unique nature and historical remains, is one of the most beautiful places, not only of Turkey but of the world. There are many special coves in the bay and in north it reaches to Bodrum Peninsula and in south to Datça Peninsula. In Antiquity, it was known as Kerameikos and later as İstanköy and Kerme. In the past, the name Gökova was used to specify the eastern part of bay is now used as the name of whole bay.[/justify]
PURIFICATION AND REBIRTH....
[justify]Purification and rebirth... While introducing Gökova, we wanted to start with the obvious influences it might have on you. Purification and rebirth... We may talk about its green shades which are as beautiful as in Black Sea or all the blue shades of Aegean and Mediterranean seas... Maybe we should mention its olive trees or more than a hundred bird species that lives in its mountains, rivers and plains. In order to explain the influence of Azmak waters, it might be enough to mention purification and rebirth feeling it will bring. Or should we just talk about Sedir Island and the color of sand that was brought in sixty ships for Cleopatra by Caesar’s order? Sadun Boro, who travelled all over the seas around the world, said that Okluk Cove is the most beautiful cove of the world. His gift was a mermaid statue to Okluk, and its inscription reads: "The mermaid, in order to realize her dream, has travelled over so huge a sea, crossed the horizons. She went through continents, islands and coves until she got to GÖKOVA."[/justify]