Yeşilköy Limani is 2.3 NM from Kalkan, lies on the NW corner of Kalkan Bay. It is a popular spot for tripping motors from Kalkan. This bay is known as Pırnaz Koyu amongst the local people.
It offers shelter from prevailing winds but it is open to South and Southeast winds. The bottom is sand and weed. Make sure your anchor in the sand bottom. There is good depth in the middle. The depths gently shelve ashore. You can anchor in 5 – 12 m. The creek on the South affords adequate anchorage for a boat only. The cove on the South affords relative sheltering from the prevailing wind. Drop your anchor off the shingle beach and take a line ashore. When the sea is build up along Patara Shores, prevailing wind sends swell in from the mountains, but swell and wind blow from the same direction. Boat doesn’t swing. The bay is surrounded by high mountains. Sun sets earlier. A stone ruined house is at the rear of the shingle beach where you can also drop anchor towards Kalkan and get a line according to the wind direction.