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Datca, in the south-west Turkish province of Mugla, was famous in Greek mythology. The world-renowned historian Strabo said God sent his beloved servant to Datca to live longer – it is famous for its clean and dry air. Due to its unique biodiversity, Datca is listed by the World Wildlife Fund as one of
nine places in Turkey that are priorities for conservation. Now known for its honey, fish and almonds, the ancient city of Knidos was
a hub for science, arts and architecture. An ancient sundial in Knidos
still tells time.