A 30-kilometer-long route from the famous beach to calm paths!

Çamlı, formerly known as Kallipolis (which means ‘beautiful city’ in Greek), welcomes its visitors in a very aesthetic way with its beautiful nature and history. We depart from Çamlı and are heading for Karaca. We’ll never come out of nature and we won’t see any settlements. But it’s a good idea to take a break in restaurants serving regional dishes on the way back from Karaca to Çamlı!

There are boat journeys from Çamlı to Cedar Island. Cedar Island is one of the most visited places in Marmaris. Because it’s home of the world-famous Cleopatra Beach and the ruins of the Ancient City of Kedrai. A legend says Cleopatra and Antony have swam on the unique beach of this island.

On the island covered with olive trees, it’s possible to visit the ancient walls, theatre and port of 1000 BC!