On Cleopatra Island (Sedir Adasi - Turkey) lay the ruins of the ancient amphitheatre dating from Hellenistic and Roman times. The island is covered by olive groves and brush, and in the small cove to the northwest is a beach where according to a local story, Cleopatra bathed.
The sand on Cleopatra Island is said to be exceptional, and different from other nearby beaches. Local legend has it that Mark Antony imported the sand especially for Cleopatra herself, who would not set foot on any land that wasn't Egyptian. The sand is unlike any you have ever touched before. The beach is protected by the government to prevent any sand being removed from the beach.
You will be collected from your accommodation at approximately 09:30 and taken to a harbour where our boat will be awaiting your arrival. Once onboard the Captain will sail to Cleopatra Island. Once there you will be free to enjoy your time sunbathing, swimming, or taking in the historical sights of the island. Lunch is provided on the boat by the crew.