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In a nutshell
Rock tombs, Father Christmas and a sunken city - what a combination!
If after such a great trip you feel hungry, both in Kale (Simena) and Ucagiz you have the possibility to taste the local food.
It is useless to say that all the dishes are based on fish (as I already mentioned both are fishermen villages).
We have tried a small restaurant located in the harbor in Ucagiz is I have to confess that the calmars were the best I have ever eaten.
I don't remember exactly how much we have paid but it was almost nothing compared to the price you pay in the town for the same food.
Updated Mar 27, 2006
Near the Church of St. Nicholas you have a couple of places where you can find local craft and other souvenirs.
In front of the church there are some small shops selling both souvenirs related to St. Nicholas but also suits for belly dancing and other items related to it.
On the left side watching the church is an open-air market from where you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables, but also other small souvenirs.
From Ucagiz we bought an old Turkish coffee pot for which we paid 12,000,000 TL, but also other interesting items were available.
Updated Mar 26, 2006