Datça Port, which is the starting point of daily tour boats; With the fish restaurants, bars and cafes around, it offers the opportunity to spend pleasant hours for those who come to the district for holiday.
The walking paths of the port area, frequented by local people and travelers who know the region well, are decorated with statues. The lion statue and the bust of Demeter, which you can see while going to the amphitheater, were taken from Knidos to England in 1850 and are the true copies of the originals exhibited in the British Museum.
Another statue in the middle of the harbor belongs to the seal Badem, who once became the mascot of the district. All the works in the port were built by the Municipality of Datça to Elbruz Denge.