The west end of the Datca Peninsula is where the Aegean and Mediterranean seas meet. Beautiful Knidos harbour has been welcoming vessels for about 4000 years and it remains a popular place for visitors. You can walk through the remains of the town, described by the ancient historian Strabos as ''a threatre rising from the se shore''. While in Datca visit one of the 52 bays along the 235km-long coastline and enjoy fresh seafood cooked in the regional style, while breathing in air that was said in antiquity to have health benefits. Make sure to sample the world-renowned Datca almonds.