Paradise Bays of the Mediterranean: Adrasan

Mediterranean Sea and Sulu island with idyllic coves with famous tour known as the Maldives of Turkey are going to explore the Adrasan. Adrasan travel guide begins with Adrasan hotels, boat tours, camping activities and places to visit.

Paradise Bays of the Mediterranean: Adrasan
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Where is Adrasan?

Adrasan was the second stop of our summer vacation. We set off from Çıralı in the morning. In fact, there was Olympos holiday town in the meantime, but we had to transit Olympos in order to gain time to discover new places, both because it had the same beach as Çıralı and because we had our summer vacation in Olympos the previous year.

There is a distance of approximately 5 kilometers between the district center and the places where the hotels and the beach are located. While the center consists of summer houses belonging to locals and foreigners, there are restaurants, bars, cafes and generally bungalow type hotels on the beach.

• Paradise Bays of the Mediterranean: Adrasan

How To Get To Adrasan?

Adrasan Cirali or 32 km Istanbul 830 km from the forests, long beaches, reputation with the Historic Castle and the islands ingrained, domestic and foreign tourists attractions in Turkey prefer every year is one of the resort. If you are hungry or tired of the heat, you can have 3 meals a day at the restaurants and cafes built on the stream. The cafes and restaurants here are highly preferred because they are both cool and quiet.

Local and foreign cuisine, mixed village style breakfast and unlimited tea, trout and eels in the creek, ducks floating on the water and an eye-catching stream view await you. You can either sit on the floor with floor cushions or on bamboo tables and chairs, or even relax in hammocks built on the stream. Since the entrance to these places is provided by suspension bridges, you make a somewhat shaky entrance. Let’s warn those who fear heights. Also among the services offered free wi-fi.

Adrasan Restaurant & Cafe

After filling our stomach in one of the cafes over the stream, we went to the hotel where we were staying. After registration and settling in our room, we went on a tour along the beach in order to explore Adrasan. We even recorded the beach with an on-board action cam and we will be sharing it with you soon.

• Paradise Bays of the Mediterranean: Adrasan

After touring along the coast twice, we followed the road to the Historical Castle and then followed the old forest road to Sazak Bay and had the opportunity to view Adrasan from a high altitude. Of course, we haven’t forgotten you either. Images of Adrasan sheep from above;

Adrasan Boat Tour

Although swimming on the beach makes you feel good, the hands will turn towards Sulu Ada when you go on the Sulu Island Tour. You can go to Sulu Ada by participating in daily tours with 50-60 boats, one of which is sailboat, from the coast. We participated in Suluada and Ceneviz Bay tour with Karaoğlan Boat. It is a good boat in terms of hygiene and interest.

• Paradise Bays of the Mediterranean: Adrasan

Almost all boats leave the beach between 10:00 and 11:00 in the morning and go on a tour. You have to pay a fee in the range of 120-150TL per person (2020 price) as the price to join the tour.

The boat owners and staff are so polite and understanding that you can pay your fee at the beginning of the tour or at the end of the tour.

Let’s talk a little bit about what awaits you on this boat tour. The tour is organized between 10:00 and 17:00. During the tour, they satisfy you enough with lunch (Fish, Chicken and Lokma), unlimited tea and fruit treats. In addition, some boat owners also provide Turkish-English guidance services. They always manage to keep the atmosphere cheerful and lively with loud voices, local and foreign hits.

We turn every gap we find into a holiday and use all the opportunities we catch to the full. Sometimes we traveled for kilometers on the stony mountain road (Adrasan) with our vehicle, sometimes we walked for hours on narrow paths with children on lap (Gelidonya Lighthouse). We were very tired but we had no regrets.

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