Akbuk is a traditional Turkish town, nestled on the edge of a vast crystal clear bay and completely surrounded by pine forest. The resort is a protected region and strictly enforced planning regulations are imposed to preserve the natural beauty of the area from over development.
Situated within the Didim region of Turkey, which is a government designated "Tourism Development Area", Akbuk’s current popularity with foreign investors has earned it the accolade of becoming “the Rising Star of the Aegean Coast”.
The development plans for the Didim region in 2008 include the construction of:
Spend lazy days relaxing in the sun or get active and discover what Akbuk and the surrounding area have to offer:
Take a leisurely 10 minute stroll to Akbuk beach and town with shops, bars, restaurants and a range of water sports in the bay including: pedalos, windsurfing & snorkelling.
Set out for the day from Akbuk harbour and explore the surrounding sea life and secluded bays on a traditional Turkish Gulet boat or fish for sea bass and bream on a trip with local fishermen.
Alternatively, discover the hidden depths of the turquoise waters on the Aegean coast diving with PADI approved instructors. Stay on dry land and explore the surrounding countryside on a jeep safari, take in a round of golf at the new Milas golf course or spend the day pony trekking in Didim.
Visit the local attractions and historical sites including Didim Aquapark, Bafa Lake Nature Reserve, Apollon Temple, Prienne, Ephesus or take an organised trip further afield and view the natural wonders of Pamukkale and Dalyan mud baths.