Kabak Koyu, in the southern part of Turkey, is a hidden gem and a little paradise that not many Turks know about. It is close to the tourist town of Ölüdeniz, but most of the world does not know about it, which makes it the perfect place to relax and take in the natural scenery.
It is a bay in Fethiye, which was discovered in 1987 and had a 200-meter-long beach in a wide valley with waterfalls and ponds. The bay is located in the village of Faralya, located in the south of Fethiye. The village is on a slope enclosing the sea and is covered with red pine forests. This village, where both these red pines and the uniquely colored blue meet, has been taken under protection as a first-degree protected area.
The bay is situated at the point where the valley meets the sea. Surrounded by dense slopes on three sides, the valley in the form of a canyon ends with the beach, approximately 200 meters wide. Aladere forms waterfalls and Ponds in the bay, which has a rare geological structure with its slopes and beach, which reaches approximately 800 meters. These waterfalls and ponds complete the unique landscape like the missing finishing touches of the canyon.
Faralya Koyu, Fethiye Turkey