After breakfast, depending on the weather, depart early for Kumlubuk Bay with swim stops along the way. Kumlubük - meaning Sandycove - lies within sight of the harbour of Marmaris but is cut off from it by a forbidding set of limestone mountains. Development is still embryonic. The 2-mile-long beach of black sand remains uncrowded. Behind it, a handful of farmhouses and a few shabby hotels stick out of the citrus gardens. The ruins of ancient Amos lie undisturbed in the bush on top of a cliff on the edge of the village.. Tea is served at 5 pm somewhere in the vicinity of Cennet Island. Afterwards we sail to Marmaris port. Overnight stay at Marmaris Harbour. Guests wishing to see more of Marmaris are recommended to go to the city center and experience the lively night life.