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Olympos – Suluada

Daily Baot Trip Olympos – Suluada (Water Island) 

Turksh Maldives 

Where the yacht moves: Adrasan Beach

Departure time: 10.30

Stopover places: The place where the water comes out – Cave (hole stone) – The white beach of the island – American bay or Lighthouse bay

To join this Olympos – Suluada boat tour, 1 day in advance booking is needed, at the latest. On the day of the tour, the participants gather in front of our Activity Center in Kadir’s, or from your hotel at 10.00 am Before moving to Adrasan. The distance between Olimpos and Adrasan is 16 km.

The yacht departs from Adrasan beach around 10.30 am. After a half an hour trip, the spring water near Suluada is reached. There, you can drink healing spring water and fill up your bottles.

This pure and cool mineral spring water comes to the surface from the depths of Toros Mountains. You can come close to cave side of island and take some photos. Then, a swimming break is given near the beach and also lunch is also served there.

This is best and longest break of the tour, because gilt-head bream or perch is served in this rich menu. After lunch, another swiming break is given at the American Bay, where mixed fruits are served. The yacht returns to Adrasan along coast covered with pine forests.

The participants will be back at the camp around 17.30

Olympos – Suluada Tour Price: 70 TL

Tour Included: Lunch, fruit, tea.

Drinks are extra. You can get drinks on the board.

Contact: Hamdi Sahin +90 532 305 72 16

Sula Ada – The lonely island

“Sulu Ada” is a Turkish name and means freshwater island, because there are natural springs on the island. If you want to go swimming on the beautiful beaches of the idyllic island Sulu Ada, you usually have to book a full day trip with a tour operator. The island is a few kilometres from the mainland of the Turkish Riviera and can be reached from Adrasan Beach. The boat trip takes you past huge cliffs where major climbing events take place every year. Catering is included in most cases in the price. Read more >Beach-Inspector.com