Adrasan, with its new name Cavuskoy, is with its 2 kilometers long sand beach an attractive choice for those who like to have a bath in the sea or under the sun.
Adrasan is one of the rare places where local village people are involved in tourism. Inhabitants of Cavuskoy run 80 percent of the facilities. After having spent a few days in this place you will feel like one from the family. Touring boats are arranging daily tours from Adrasan to surrounding bays. The bays of Suluada, Sazak and Ceneviz, which are two hours away, are haunt places of the boats. The local people claim that the water from Suluada, when drank with an empty stomach, is removing renal calculus. You can have a swim in a sandy beach with black and white stones spread around, looking like a mosaic, at the west side of the island. The Sazak harbour at the north is also known with its healthy water. It is said that the water from Sazak is good for the intestines. The port of Sazak looks like a natural pool.
The region bears traces from the Hellenistic era. This area didnt turn it in to a concrete mass since it has been under protection for many years. The sea of this city is, with its shallow water, an ideal place for children and those who can not swim. The bay invites activities like surfing or water skiing and has a visibility of 25 meters in its waters, which attracts divers to this place.