Bodrum Airport Akyaka Transfer
Akyaka is one of the 29 districts of Ula district of Muğla province.
The neighborhood at the eastern end of the Gulf of Gökova is an important tourism center.
Akyaka, believed to have been a settlement since ancient times, remained a small fishing village far from the eyes until recently.
The recognition of Akyaka by the large masses is based on the 1970s. In those years, tourism activities have started even if they are very small scale.
The surrounding provinces and towns and the big cities to visit the virgin nature of Akyaka, even in summer, the summer breeze in Akyaka,
They started to build tourist facilities. Along with the tourism explosion in the 1980s, Akyaka has got the appearance of today's "tourist town".
Akyaka became a district headquarters in Ula in 1971, a municipality in 1992, a municipality in 1992, and Muğla as a metropolis in 2012.
Geographic location and features
Akyaka is located at the eastern end of the Gökova Gulf, within the borders of the Muğla province on the southwestern tip of Turkey. In the middle of Marmaris and Muğla
The population of the Akyaka neighborhood on the Ula district is around 1,500 in winter and reaches 3-4 in the summer. At the end of the Gokova Gulf,
Sakartepe Mountain of 1000 m to the north and Akkaya which is Gökova Plain to the south. Different in the spring
Birds come to the reeds of the "Gokova" ovary.
One of Akyaka's most popular beaches is Çınar beach. The Çınar beach, which is located on the Ören road and has an asphalt road along the coast, is easily accessible.
It is approximately 3 km from Akyaka. When Çınar beach road is followed, you can reach Akbuk Bay and Ören (Gereme, Keramos) from there.
An alternative visit route in Akyaka is also known as Female Azmağı and is a famous water source with its natural beauties. On-site water sports, surfing, canoeing,
The environment can be visited with a mountain bike. At a short distance to the Azmak River, long distance to Sedir Island by regular way to and from the sea is done.
The cute but hidden guest of Female Azmai is famous for its water samurai (lutra lutra).
Paragliding at Sakartepe in the north of Akyaka is possible.
Although there are very few people who are dealing with agriculture in Akyaka, the soil is wet and fertile. The indigenous people whose past lives are farming and stockbreeding are the last
They have adapted to the rapidly developing tourism sector in 10 years.
Akyaka town is very special in architecture and there is a unique architectural requirement at the site. Examples of old homes in Ula, without adjacent settlement
Was combined with today's modern architecture and Akyaka'ya unique synthesis was created. Inside and outside wood that does not contrast natural beauty
The houses were built with two-storey flowering gardens with Muğla chimneys, which are abundant in operations, and unique to the region. In 1983 he received the Ağa Khan Architecture Award, architecture education
Nail Çakırhan has won with his house, which he built and carries traditional architecture.