Lying 30 km (19miles) south of Kusadasi towards the end of Kusadasi Bay, on Dilek Peninsula, National Park is one of the most preserved places in the country. Dense pine trees which cover the mountains reach the beaches and sea in this well-reserved park. The water in this area is crystal clear. To get info on how to get there click transportation.
Whether you like hiking on the mountain trails or lying on a relaxing beach, this is the absolute paradise for vacationers. As you enter the park the first beach on the right side is a sandy beach with picnic tables, shower facilities, toilets, deck chairs and a cafe restaurant.
There are rocky bays between the first beach and the second beach where one can enjoy a private bath in the sea if the rocky seaside is not a problem.
The second and the third beaches in the park are beaches with pebbles. There are deck chairs, sun umbrellas, toilets, showers and cafe restaurants on these beaches.