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Lengendary Kizkumu In Orhaniye Turkey : A Splendid Blue Cruise Anchorage

Did you know that you can walk on water? Yes just that! When you embark on a blue cruise holiday from the harbor in Marmaris, as you set course to visit the islands and villages in this part of the Aegean sea, there is a very special place located in the quiet village of Orhaniye. Once you pass the Orhaniye marina, ahead you will notice that holidaymakers are walking on water. Legend has it that the daughter of King Bybassos, who tried to escape from pirates, not knowing how to swim, fills her skirt up with sand and tries to pass across the cove. When she runs out of sand, she drowns. Kizkumu – “Maiden’s Sand” is name after this legend.

Kizkumu beach in Orhaniye Turkey
Kizkumu beach in Orhaniye Turkey
A refreshing blue cruise anchorage during your gulet charter holidays in Turkey
A refreshing blue cruise anchorage during your gulet charter holidays in Turkey

So looking for something interesting to add to your yacht charter Turkey itinerary, have a refreshing stop at the Kizkumu beach in Orhaniye and don’t forget to bring your camera – otherwise no one will believe you when you tell them that you walked on water across the sea!

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