The day starts at Sedir (Cedrae) Island. The island has not only a uniquely famous sandy beach and unbelievable clear water, but also is an open air museum with ancient remains of the past. We recommend a walk among the old stones of the city walls, the temple dating to the Dorians (later converted to a church), the ancient theatre, broken columns and marbles covered with ancient scripts or decorated with reliefs. Legend is that the (now protected) Cleopatra Beach’s sand can only be found in Egypt from where Mark Antonius had it shipped just to delight Cleopatra. The boat then leaves for the small bay of Karacasögüt village for dinner and overnight stay. From this charming village it is possible to visit the bright lights of Marmaris only 25 km away by local public minibus.