Coldwater Bay is aptly named. It’s a popular bay situated between Fethiye and Oludeniz with a natural cold water spring rising from its depths and making for a refreshing and frosty swim stop. Although many sailing guides suggest there are only a handful of anchorages, the owner of the small restaurant on site is skilled at positioning yachts making it possible to moor up to around 12. From Coldwater Bay it’s possible to trek overland to the former Greek “Ghost Town” of Kayakoy, a fascinating village with a phenomenal history that now lies in roofless ruins following a population exchange in 1923. Here you can enjoy a beer and a Turkish pancake in a shaded local restaurant and glimpse a little village life that feels a world away from the thriving commercial resorts.