Located in Muğla province, Domuzbuku adds an important value to the tourism of the city during the summer months. The region is considered as an ideal place for those who want to escape the crowds, especially in Muğla Central. The most important handicap here, unfortunately, is the lack of road transport. Therefore, the only option to come to Domuzbükü is a boat trip. It takes about an hour to get here by boat via Datca. Domuzbükü, one of the most popular resorts in the city, is also referred as ‘pig pit’ in some sources.
Since Domuzbuku has recently started to become popular, the accommodation options here also begin to increase. Bungalow-type houses are preferred primarily because of their appearance and harmony with nature. Many environmental tours are also organized, although the main motivation of those who come here is to go to sea. It has a cave easily accessible from the sea area. This cave, which you can walk to, has very interesting rock shapes. In the middle of the night, the lights of Sömbeki Island are clearly visible. Activities at the beach continue until midnight.
Domuzbükü is located in Mesudiye village within the borders of Reşadiye Peninsula. Pigbowl, which is generally preferred by those looking for a calm and peaceful atmosphere, responds highly to expectations with its virgin nature. The Sea belonging to the Bay is registered as Blue Flag. You can also evaluate boats departing from Hayıtbükü on behalf of coming to the region except Datca. It is also possible to rent boats in this area. The Bay takes its name from pigs who came to the area to eat figs that fell from trees at one time. Domuzbükü is also an ideal place for caravan holidays, which are the preferred places for young people to camp in the recent period. The sea remained clear and clean in general. Most of the places here provide electricity through generators.