Bay of Grama
It is located at the foot of the western slope, many of its archaeologists, near Orikum. The Gulf of Gramas has served as a shelter for ships that are in trouble along this coastal area, in difficult weather conditions. The name of Gram is clearly affiliated with engraved inscriptions from antiquity. Rocky inscriptions are numerous in the Bay of Gram; there are more than 1500 inscriptions counted there. Greek inscriptions are more ancient and belong to the last centuries BC, followed by some Latin inscriptions of the imperial period, before the medieval Greek was dominant with inscriptions that most of the time are directed to Jesus Christ. For this reason, Gulf of Grammar is considered as the "richest rocky diary" in the National Park Karaburun Sazan
Being a rocky bay, the shore is dominated by steep, rocky cliffs that fall vertically to the sea as well as rocky and pebble beaches. It lies within the PCK K-S and has been declared a "Natural Monument" because of its extraordinary landscape.
Precious bay landscapes are of global importance because they contribute to the ecological balance of the country and provide habitats for many species threatened and endangered globally. Naval caves are an extraordinary ecosystem and provide shelter for the Mediterranean Cape, the world's rarest type.