The Symi (Simi) - Datca service was operated by Dodecanese Flying Dolphins, Dodekanisos Seaways & Sealine.
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Datca is a town that is located in the south west of Turkey, around 65 km from Marmaris. The town lies on a peninsular that is surrounded by nature and has around 10,000 residents. The Aegean Sea is the body of water located off the north coast of the peninsular and the Mediterranean Sea is off the peninsula's south coast. Beautiful panoramic views of the Greek islands of Kos, Simi and Rhodes can be found from high points on the peninsular. The town remains relatively undiscovered by large numbers of tourists mainly because there is no airport nearby. However, on the plus side, those that do visit the town will experience a more authentic Turkey than perhaps more popular resorts. The sea and coastline around the town is beautiful and contains many little beaches and quiet bays on which to relax and enjoy everything the area has to offer.
The city's different quarters are Resadiye, Eski Datca 'Old Datca' and Iskele 'quay', which are separated by about a mile from each other with the centre of the town crossed by a short section of the Datca Stream. The original centre of administration was Resadiye and was later renamed Datca in 1928.