Akbük is a place where nature’s blues and greens intersect, where the smell of pine mingles with that of the sea. Removed from the crowd of some noisier locales, Akbük is a small town that pleases the senses with its clean air, outdoor activities, and laid-back atmosphere.

Akbük’s calm bay is well-suited to many kinds of water sports, and the best beaches can be found at and around Saplıada, Sahte Cennet, Haydar bay, and Kazıklı. The historic church is still intact and you can even pay a visit to Akbük’s very own horse farm. And being in the heart of Turkey’s olive and olive oil region, you absolutely must enjoy the superb Aegean cuisine during your visit.