Turkey's long Mediterranean (southern) coastline is almost totally devoid of islands. The few islands which do exist are off the Kas region, a modest size peninsula just west of the city of Antalya. In this drone video by Serdar SEN, you'll get a bird's eye view of one of these islands: Kekova. The tiny island, which covers just a few square km/mi, faces the village of Kaleköy near the flattish "tip" of the peninsula. While the island is uninhabited now, numerous ruins sites testify that it hasn't always been so.