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Miliç Pine Grove

K If you are after a bit of swimming and relaxation under the shade of pine trees, then Milic Grove could be the ideal place for you. The Milic pine grove extends from Terme's Yali neighbourhood to Akcay and boasts a natural beach where the trees meet the clear-blue sea. It is a popular weekend holiday spot for Terme locals and people from nearby districts.

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