The small, much-indented gulf of Skopea Limani is protected by a chain of islands on its eastern side and there are numerous scenic anchorages set into its almost primeval landscape that are easily visited on a Kapi Creek yacht charter. Vast reddish cliffs, pockmarked with caves and ravines, divide steep slopes thickly wooded with pine forests.
The water is startlingly clear, with steep drop-offs, and in many places it is possible to see right down to the bottom. In summer, the wind gusting up over the steep slopes ensures some exhilarating sailing in flat water. Kapi Creek – often referred to as Four Fathom Cove – is a small, steep-sided creek lying just over one kilometre (half a mile) south-west of the narrow channel between Domuz Adasi and the mainland coast. The entrance to the creek will not be seen until you are almost upon it, when the restaurant at its head will become visible. A short walk over the saddle of the hill brings you to Ragged Bay - a spectacular, pine-fringed cove - on the eastern side of the peninsula.
- Stern or bows-to the quay on the north-west side or on the east side.
- As soon as you get into the restaurants, touts for one or other of the restaurants in the bay will appear and attempt to wave you onto their quay.
- There are some laid moorings off the rough quays.
- The bottom is covered with thick weed and the holding is unreliable.
- Walk over the hill to Ragged Bay
- Swim and snorkel
- Limited provisions