Between the Aegean and the Mediterranean Sea, this bay is the extreme edge of the Bozburun Peninsula. The former name of the village is Saranda. It is a village where you will admire to its culture, tastes and history of Byzantine and Roman empire. Historical remnants of those periods are available. The walls and churches remained still up until today. When you enter into village, you will see an endless blue world when you look up from the hill.
It is 45 km far from Marmaris. If you go through Orhaniye, Selimiye road from Hisaronü, you will use a cleaner way. You can add many places to your road route. Those who want to use sea transport can use Symi Island channel. Do not leave here before getting almonds and locusts from this villagers, which has an important place in local tourism. Great restaurants on the beach are waiting for you. You can find many kinds of seafood, you can try new flavors of the most natural recipes. The greatest difference of this village from other places is that it has an untouched nature and the naturalness of its people is not deteriorated.