Cook’s Club Adakoy is a chic, secluded, five-star adults-only resort that offers many luxurious features, including three private beaches, pool, hot tub, gym, spa center with hammam, yoga, pilates, and fitness classes.
The location is perfectly located on the beach in the Marmaris National Forest in Adakoy. From the resort, Marmaris is a 20-minute taxi or water ride away, while Rhodes is a 50-minute ferry ride away.
Guests can also enjoy water sports, beach disco, beach volleyball, cocktail classes, tennis court, coworking space and Captain Cook Bar.
If you are a movie fan, the resort hosts a weekly movie night to provide great entertainment for guests.
The on-site Cantina restaurant includes innovative cuisine serving freshly made-to-order dishes at seven live-cooking stations, plus gelateria, market, and boutique. This offers a wide range of delicious dishes including Turkish kebabs, cakes and freshly made casseroles.
Nimara Cave is a stone’s throw from the beautiful resort of Cook’s Club and offers some stunning views.
The walk to the cave gives you the right time to relax and enjoy the peaceful sights of nature.
The landmark is steeped in history, from ancient architecture to religious artifacts.
The Marmaris Museum is also a wonderful place to visit where you can explore the heritage of Turkish art, music, religion and jewelry.
Gift shops within the premises offer a unique opportunity to purchase souvenirs and unforgettable keepsakes for the future.
One activity worth doing when visiting is canoeing. This is provided at Cook’s Club Adakoy so you can paddle across the seas for a full hour.
Accompanied by a qualified and experienced guide, this activity deepens your insight into the area’s amazing beauty and unique attractions. This is such a relaxing way to unwind and get some fresh air, which can leave you feeling revitalized and refreshed.
If you want to relax even further, why not spend a day at the spa? Turkish baths and scrubs will leave you feeling rejuvenated and fresh.
Spa treatments offered at the resort include a combination of deep cleansing, massage and moisturizing. Body treatments, facials and scrubs not only remove impurities but also help to soften the skin. A day at the spa can also help flush out toxins and receive quality lifestyle advice.
The national drink of Turkey called Raki can be tasted. It’s always worth taking a chance to expand your understanding and cultural awareness as you explore new foods, music and activities.
Raki tastes similar to liquorice and is often served with seafood or meze. It is usually used to welcome and praise guests in a new area or setting.
It’s revitalizing to immerse yourself in Turkish culture and learn about the history and cultural significance of the drink.