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ABOUT TORBA

Torba is a small seaside village, tucked into a protected bay with a long sandy coastline. The hillsides are clad in densely planted olive groves and fragrant pine forests. At one end of the bay, the harbour accommodates fishing boats and luxury yachts and on Torba’s sandy beaches you will find a wide variety of water sports, including scuba diving, jet skiing, abseiling, banana boats and snorkeling.

Torba's quiet beaches, which have been awarded the Blue Flag award for their cleanliness, have attracted a number of four and five star hotels. These hotels are happy to open their facilities (sunbeds, pools, pontoons) to non-residents who purchase drinks or ice creams. A wide choice of cafes and bars are scattered along the sea front, some little more than a palm tree covered dining terrace, some with lively music and others offering waterside dining specialising in catch-of-the day fish and traditional mezes (Turkish tapas).

In the shade of the late afternoon you might care to wander through Torba’s narrow streets where you will come across exquisite summer houses surrounded by flower filled gardens before pausing to enjoy a refreshing glass of fragrant Turkish cay (tea).

For the younger visitors there is a park with a playground, and a shaded pergola for the adults. A ferryboat makes daily runs across the unspoiled Gulf of Güllük to Didim, a wonderful opportunity to view the magnificent Temple of Apollo and combine a pleasant boat trip at the same time.