Köyceğiz is a small town that perches at the northern end of a large lake, Köyceğiz Gölü, which meets to the Mediterranean Sea via the Dalyan river. The main attraction here is the lake itself – brand, beautiful and serene.
Except for its small (but growing) tourist trade, Köyceğiz is a farming town producing citrus fruit, olives and honey. This region is also famous for its Oriental sweetgum (liquid-ambar) trees, the source of the precious petrified amber gum.
Let’s take a stroll along the lakeshore promenade and explore the town and area with Mick and Trudie
Mick Scarsbrook (or Mick Amca) lived in Turkey for over 20 years and now makes tourist information videos.
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