Sail to the quiet bays of the gulf and spend a few days relaxing and visiting some of the beautiful anchorages. Ruin Bay – where you can swim in the clear waters inside the ancient bath house of Cleopatra. Wall Bay – A cove with several places to anchor around its perimeter. A remarkable square rock sits in the water near the head of the cove. Like Ruin Bay, thick pine forest overhangs the water except on the Northern side which is planted with olives. There are several restaurants here. At the Southern end of Wall Bay a solid stone wall can be seen, from which the bay takes its name.
Sarsala – A large bay. The best anchorage here is not in the large bay itself but in a cove on the South side where the slopes plummet dramatically down to the sea. As you enter the cove you will see an old marble column on the point. Deep Bay – Set amidst the pine trees it is a tiny bay with a unique taverna, with wonderful food cooked in clay ovens. Fish is caught out in the bay and guests are able to swim in the clear waters or snorkel around the rocks. Tomb Bay – This bay is a delightful anchorage under the wooded slopes with a small restaurant ashore. Explore the ancient tombs high up in the rocks.