Adrasan bay is surrounded by mountainous national parkland and forests. The parks and mountains are home to many rivers and streams and dramatic scenery. The area is very green and is home to a lot of wildlife such a wild tortoise, eagles and buzzards, loads of lizzards and some rarely seen snakes. There are wild boar in the mountains and the higher reaches of the Toros Mounains (up to 3,000m high) are home to deer, small bears and a few wolves. There are also badger, rabbit and pine martins in the forest.Adrasan is primarily an agricultural village with subsistence farming, fishing and shepherding of goats and sheep.Here tourism is laid back and the local people have retained their traditional lifestyle, humour and stunning hospitality.The main produce is fabulous vegetables such as tomatoes, peppers and aubergines. There are orchards growing oranges, lemons and pommegranates. The villagers also keep a few cattle and herds of sheep and goats. There is also a small fishing fleet in a natural harbour at the South of the bay.Adrasan is off the beaten track, a place for a great holiday with as much or as little to do as you want. The 2km sandy beach is a classic horseshoe bay with headlands running down from the mountains to form the borders of the bay. At the rear of the beach is a selection of rustic, small, family owned restaurants and bars where you can find great food, a relaxed atmosphere, stunning views out to sea and to the mountain (Mt. Moses) at the end of the bay. But you need to be prepared for some of the most stunning hospitality you will find anywhere.Adrasan has been cut off from the rest of the country and still has an out-of-the-way and traditional feel.This is a place where you can have a great time and get an authentic taste of Turkish life and culture.