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Sailor’s Paradise Restaurant
Is located at the head of a secluded bay where a river empties into the sea alongside the restaurant edge. In ancient times the valley hillsides had terraced groves, probably growing olive, orange or lemon trees. Now many of the olive trees left have grown wildly strewn over the valley sides and in the valley bottom where goats wonder and rummage around for food from the vegetation.
One can have much fun swimming and snorkelling in the warm clear blue waters and the kids can explore the valley sides and bay’s edges. When you swim here you may find some unusual fish such as Butterfly and Ocean Sunfish as well as octopus moving across the rocky shores edge.
This restaurant supplies tailed mooring lines but no electricity or water for yachts. You will find nicely appointed showers and toilets. The food is good quality with a great meze spread to start your meal with.
You will find that all the food and drinks for the Bozuk Bükü, Sailor's Paradise and Dirsek bays have to be bought in by Turkish caique boats as there are no roads to supply them with. The cooking experience is as it would have been a few thousand years ago.
Restaurant view from Sailor’s Paradise
Fun time off the pontoon
Restaurant at night - Sailor’s Paradise
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