And finally, Bozburun. It is one of the cutest and most interesting villages located on the peninsula of the same name. In addition to beautiful nature, fish restaurants, a pastry shop, which is renowned far beyond the town, Bozburun is also very known for the boat workshops scattered around the town where local craftsmen build popular Turkish gulets. You absolutely must see these shipyards, which are located just by the road in-between usual houses and look as if the boats are being built just in the backyards where you have chickens and roosters walking around freely, and growing potatoes. So you wouldn't need any special permission to see local shipyards.
Those, who usually choose to visit Bozburun Peninsula, admire slowness of life which is reflected in small joys like reading a book or listening to your favorite music under awning aboard the yacht, or a trip to the shore to visit cute local sites such as the Honey House Museum in Osmaniye. Yes, Turkey is one of the world leaders in producing pine honey. And the most share of produced sweet treat comes from this part of the country. You could also take a quick ride to a mountain village, like Bayir, where you feel a real authentic culture untouched by the presence of anything foreign. İf you do choose to do so, don’t forget to drink a refreshing glass of ayran or Turkish tea in the cafe next to a unique local attraction – a plane tree which is more than 2,500 years old. İt’s a very famous plant in this region.
This is a real life experience of Turkish traditions which is offered to you by Bozburun Peninsula, one of many gems of this region. Away from the television, news, city rush and traffics an eco-like travel journey always awaits for you.