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UNDERWATER Prepared with the contributions of
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Travertine

In the area between the two long beaches, Lara and Konyalti. Diving is possible from land or from a boat at various points. Depending upon their formation, travertine goes down to the depths of 14 to 25 meters. Then they give way to sand and silt. The most interesting depths are the first 20 meters. The rest is like taking a walk in a desert among junk of tires, plastic bottles and cans. One of the diving points that offer easy entrance into the sea is at the bottom of Konyalti is sharp winding road. Here the rocks go down about 25 meters and provide a wonderful sight of the sea and the natural habitat in it.

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