After the excursion, treat yourself to a plunge into the crystal-clear water. This is especially gratifying in the morning, when the wide rocky beaches are still deserted. Afterwards, the cafés in the old town will tempt you with their reasonably priced breakfasts. A typical Turkish breakfast includes lots of fruit and honey, as well as cheese, olives, and tomatoes. The dishes are often vegetarian, but on request there is also sucuk, a hearty sausage made from beef. A wide variety of typical breads is important, such as pide or simit with sesame seeds. The locals reportedly joke that their favourite accompaniment to bread is just another loaf of bread.