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Visting Ortaca for the market

Lancashire
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Visting Ortaca for the market

I would like to go to Ortaca for the market, we have been before but from Dalyan.

Does anyone know which dolmus we need to catch from Ovacik or do we have to go elsewhere to get a connection.

Thank you

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11. Re: Visting Ortaca for the market

We also enjoyed the Calis market . There is a market in Gocek on a Sunday. This is a much smaller market but it does get the tourists. You can get there by boat trip. We prefer the smaller boats and enjoyed our trip on the boat Oasis. We had a swim stop on the way to Gocek, lunch on the boat and then approx an hour and a half in Gocek, by then the people from the other boats were leaving the market and making their way back into town for lunch. The market was quiet and very enjoyable and there was still time to walk around the small town and admire all the yachts on the marina. Once we left Gocek we had two more swim stops on the way back. All in all real value for money and a great day out.

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12. Re: Visting Ortaca for the market

Incidentally, all of the local markets (that we know about) are listed on the right days at the top of our calendar. If you click on the individual entries, you should see a pop-up box with more info and links to where they are on the map, relevant blogposts etc...

It might be worth bookmarking:

turkeysforlife.com/p/fethiye-turkey-events-c…

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