Following the coastline to the west, you arrive in Kumyaka (ancient Siye, 7 km away) and Zeytinbağ (ancient Trilya, 11 km away), two places formerly populated by Anatolian Greeks, who had to give way to the Turks who came from Greece (Salonika and Crete) in accordance with the Treaty of Lausanne of 1923. Access at dolmuş. With its red roofs, Zeytinbağ is particularly endearing since it has preserved a large part of its period buildings, due to regulations prohibiting any new construction. Its olive oil is very famous.

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