Tucked away in the southeastern corner of the Hisarönü Gulf along the Bozburun peninsula is the idyllic village of Selimiye.
Old meets new here, with swank jewelry and textile shops located adjacent to village elders selling pine honey and fragrant oregano. The town retains a rustic element despite the very sophisticated dining scene and the array of yachts along the waterfront.
On our latest outing, we had a fabulous fish dinner with unusual mezes at the Dalgıç Eskisi Balık Evi with very reasonable prices and a wonderful view of the sun setting.
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