After moving past Hisaronu village, the boat will anchor in Orhaniye after lunch. In Orhaniye Bay, you will see a natural and unique tidal sand form called “Kiz Kumu” (Maiden's Sand) where you may seem to be walking on water on the red sandbank leading from shore to shore. On a tiny island in the bay you can see the remains of fortress walls of an ancient city. Dinner and overnight stay are spent in Selimiye. This quiet, natural harbor is as much sheltered as to be almost a lake. While it is well known for the spring waters from the fountains, the locals live on beekeeping, olives, almonds, livestock, fisheries.