There is an attendant in the harbor who will direct you in, usually side-to. There is water and electricity (included with the harbor dues) and fuel can be delivered.
Bozburin is charming and somewhat eccentric, being something of a magnet for entertainment and media types looking for a quieter life by the sea in Turkey. There are many places for food and a cold drink, as one famous visitor, Bill Gates via his megayacht, could attest.
Lined along the walk that stretches from the harbor are a series of hotels with beach bathing platforms and small cafes. A choice of any of them will provide a refreshing swim, food, refreshments and some pleasant “chill time.”
For mooring, go stern- or bows-to on the town quay where convenient. Alternatively, anchoring is possible eastwards of the harbour where you can take a line ashore. There are a few shallow patches to watch but, overall, there are sufficient depths.
- Many restaurants, cafes and bars
- Small town but with sufficient provisioning
- Harbour with electricity, water and fuel
- Beach and numerous swimming platforms from the rocky shoreline
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