Sailing in Serce Liman waters puts you at the very end of the Bozburun Peninsula on the southeast coast. It’s remote and rugged, with rocky hills, often bare in places, rising from the sea to create a starkly beautiful scene. Sheer cliffs front each side of the narrow entrance of this tear-drop-shaped bay. The bay is famous for the Glass Wreck, a cargo vessel that sank there about 1,000 years ago. When archaeologists excavated the wreck site in the late 1970s, finding and preserving 20 percent of the hull, they discovered approximately 6,000 pounds of various glass objects ranging from cups to dishes. The skeletal remains of the hull and many of the artifacts from the wreck site are on display at the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology.
Moorings are available. The holding is good on the west side of the cove.
Dinghy dockage: Dinghy dockage is available.
A trip ashore in the dinghy makes for a pleasant stroll. There is a restaurant on the east side of the cove.
No facilities for yachts are available