Activities: Torba's main beach is a sand and shingle compact
beach and to the west there is a small pebbly stretch with
sunbeds leading into beautifully clear waters. Most hotels
have private beaches with sunbeds and wooden swimming
platforms. There are tonnes of water-sports to be found
offered by hotels as well as private conpanies in the area,
most popular one are asiling on a traditional Turkish Gulet,
these locally built wooden yatch's can accommodate between
5-30 people and can be hired right on Torba harbour. The
crystal clear waters in Torba offers a variety of diving from
calm shallow reefs to caverns, walls, drop offs and tunnels.
You can expect to see various marine life ranging from moray
eels, octopus, tuna, jacks, barracuda's and lobster to
dolphins. If you are a outdoors kind of person you will enjoy
nothing more than waterskiing by the long curved beach.
The beach is ideal for watersports, also available for
entertainment is windsurfing, parasailing and dingy-hiring.
Local tours are available for a fantastic day around the
peninsula and visit one of the small fishing resorts such as
Gumusluk or Gundogan. The variety of landscapes is
amazing, and the views out to sea are spectacular.
Although Torba itself is quiet, it is only a short hop away
by taxi or local bus into the lively resorts of Bodrum and