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Köyceğiz - Turkey Köyceğiz
Köyceğiz is a town and a district of Mugla Province in Turkey. Köyceğiz lies at the northern end of Köyceğiz Lake which is joined to the Mediterranean Sea by a natural channel called the Dalyan River - Turkish: Dalyan Çayı. Köyceğiz has traditionally not been a tourist destination but with the growth of tourism in Dalyan has in recent years enjoyed an influx of tourism. It started when boat captains in Dalyan started offering day tours to the Köyceğiz Market and when these tourists from Dalyan found the atmosphere in Köyceğiz much more relaxed and having a more Turkish flavor they started to spend more time in Köyceğiz. There is a long promenade at the city center by the lake with relaxing low-key vistas of the lake at restaurants and cafes. At the Köyceğiz Market - Turkish: Köyceğiz Pazar they found everything they wanted and at a better cost than at the pazar in Dalyan. It is a beautiful town with a friendly atmosphere that is enhanced by the lack of tourism directed signage, attitudes and hustle. On the edge of town is the Palmiye Merkezi which is a arboratorium where an Istanbul doctor has collected hundreds of species of palm trees as well as exotic flora from all over Turkey. Currently Köyceğiz has an economic base in agriculture and forestry, but tourism is beginning to take hold. Hopefully future tourism will not pervert the traditional Turkish culture that makes Köyceğiz such a delightful city.

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