|Löngöz, Tuzla, The Seven Islands|
|Löngöz (N 360 55,9′ E 0280 05,7′)Löngöz (a name perhaps derived from longo, alongo, long) is the home of the “Ayici” family. Ayici means the bear hunter, or it may also mean “plunderer of beehives” – you can choose. I can testify, though, that I have seen bear hides in this area. Excellent anchor ground, some amenities. Still quite inaccessible from land.
Some views of Löngöz
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Tuzla (Ballisu, Salines, N 360 55,4′ E 0280 01,8′)
Yedi Adalar (N 360 51,7′ E 0280 01,6′)
The Yedi Adalar (Seven Islands) is the home of Kambur Kemal, one of the families who dwell since old times in this very remote area. Several excellent anchorages, including the Küfre (The Curse) creek, just large enough for one boat or maybe two. Liquidambar trees all around. Good walks. Local honey available.