Land for sale in Cokertme Bay near Bodrum with 6,000m2 area and up to 2,500m2 build allowance. The plot sits in the Gulf of Gokova on Turkeys prime sailing route.
Suitable for a one-off mansion style home and / or a resort type development.
Mooring is possible.
The area is within 45 minutes drive of Bodrum Milas airport and Bodrum Town centre. The village of Cokertme is 5 minutes by car.
Gulf of Gokova
Located at the east of Bodrum, Gokova Gulf is one of the most attractive natural wonders of the world. Surrounded by the high mountains in the north reaching 1000 meters altitude and dotted by great number of coves and bays in the south, Gokova Gulf offers undescrible beauties of the nature.
The gulf covers the area between Bodrum, ancient city of Knidos and the town of Gokova. The depth of the sea reaches nearly the depth of oceans and this feature gives suitable environment for for great number of ocean fishes. Gokova Gulf also houses many unexcavated archaeological sites.
Located 2 miles from Bodrum, Karada Island is frequently visited by locals and foreigners, attracted by thermal waters and crystal clear sea of the island. The island has a small church and a thermal bath. Many visitors come to the island for mud baths and believe it beautifies the skin and cures skin diseases.
This shoe shaped peninsula is 6 miles from Bodrum and offers great mooring possibilities for boats on the eastern side.
This small island, located 10 miles in the east of Bodrum, is famous for its rich marine life and crystal blue waters. The island has a notorious reputation because of giant rats. After Bodrum, it is one of the first destinations for boat.
Only 3 miles from Orak Island, there is Kise Buku, a name originating from the word kilise (church) due to remains of Byzantine Monasteries in the area.
This small hamlet, mentioned in the local folk songs, is an important stopover before or after crossing the Gokova Gulf. Cokertme Bay takes its name from the small village. Cokertme Bay is a suitable bay, situated between Kepce Burnu and Karaburun and sheltered place for spending the night. It is well known by the boatmen because of fact it protect the boats against the winds especially those winding west-north and west-east direction.
Cokertme coastline is long and pine and olive trees start right from the coastline. Local restaurants with reasonable prices offer fine food to boat people. Night time, there is even belly dancing entertaining visitors.