Kabak Bay offers a perfect holiday environment for those who want to get away from the pollution and noise of the city and be close to nature. With its untouched beauty and history, Kabak Bay welcomes hundreds of local and foreign visitors every year. It is also an indispensable stopover on the road for those who want to walk the historical Lycian Way starting from Fethiye and ending in Antalya. It is possible to encounter hundreds of butterfly species, bird species and plants in Aladere Waterfall on the way. Kabak Valley, which contains deep diversity, still preserves its virginity. A surprise awaits you in the cave, which is a 20-minute walk from the sea or land to the Kabak Bay. Bağ Camp is the first organic farming camp in the Kabak Bay and serves vegetables and fruits from its branches to its guests. Bağ Camp is located in the olive grove of the 83-year-old Habibe grandma, a native of Faralya village, over 100 years old. Bağ Camp, which has a panoramic view of the Kabak valley, is a 15-minute walk from the beach of Kabak. Would you like to listen to Kabak sheep from grandmother Habibe? Most of the products used in Bağ Camp's kitchen are organic. Olive, olive oil, pomegranate paste, molasses, ice cream and honey are all processed and prepared in the village environment. You will not forget the taste of what you eat at Bağ Camp, which has a rich menu with local and foreign cuisine. You will have memories in vineyard camp. Our Bağ Camp Kabak tents are considered as standing tents. There is a double bed in our tent, and an additional single bed can be disposed of. If you wish, you can set up your own tent on the ground.