Pirate Cave in Kemer
Turkey, Kemer (city)

Not far from the harbor of Kemer along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea is an unusually beautiful natural grotto, which is called the "Cave of Pirates." There are many legends and stories associated with the cave. One legend says that small ships of pirates were hiding in the cave, which suddenly attacked the ships passing by. Pirates hid the looted goods in this cave, and then took everything ashore. Sometimes pirate prey became slaves, who were taken for sale to Turkey, and then the cave became their temporary shelter. Today, this natural grotto has become a real attraction of Kemer. It is visited by all tourists who go on yachts on a short trip through the Mediterranean. The grotto is beautifully inscribed in a steep rock. When approaching it, the boundaries of different stratified rocks are clearly visible. The union of wind, water and sun adorned the appearance of the cave, creating a unique masterpiece on earth.

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