First of all, in G÷cek and Fethiye , there are many beatiful bays and restaurants. Most of the time the name of the bays on the map and the ones tha the locals use are different, so I'll give you the coordinates..Amongs many others, I can recommend Turunšpınarı (36.36.49 N, 29.03.15 W)
best retaurant around though pricey.. nice (steepy) walk up to the hill, excellent wiew from the spring under orange trees. Mooring
lines on the jetty, electricity, water
, very frinedly staff.
Soğuksu,(36.33.48 N, 29.04.57 W)
No jetty, one restaurant up to the hill. (Ali) If you come earlier, there is a smal bay on the left side of the bay just for one or two boats. The sea water never exceeds 20 C there (26-27 C elsewhere) because of under water spring. (Soğuksu means cold water)
Rest is not exceptional but an excellent view, reasonable prices.. The jetty is very smal and always busy. So, you will have to anchor and take a dingy.
Sarsala (36.40.31 N,28.51.28 W) Electricity in the jetty, no water, decent restaurant. Walking distance to roman bath ruins.
For G÷šek getting water is a big hassle. Very hot and humid in summer, light winds..
It can also be quite crowde in July-August with motor
yatch and gulets. It's strictly forbidden to get a rope
from the trees (there are special metal hooks on the shore in most places)
The other places recommended by Atoll and Swagman are in Kekova 100 nm south east of G÷šek and is definately worth a trip. On the way to Kekova you can stop in Kalkan.There is a small marina run by the municipality, couple of cosy rest and bars on the shore. Water and electricty is available at reasonable cost.