Iç Ada, Antalya
İç Ada (Turkish: İç Ada, literally "internal island"; Greek: Alimentaria), is a Turkish islet near Kaş (ancient Antiphellos), in the homonymous district of Antalya province. It lies in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, about five nautical miles west-southwest of the island of Kekova, and about halfway between Kekova and the Greek islet of Stroggyli. The island has the shape of a right triangle elongated along a northeast-southwest axis, whose legs are 2.5 kilometres (1.6 miles) and 1.2 kilometres (0.7 miles) long. It is separated by the mainland by a 150 metres (492 feet) wide strait. Iç Ada is uninhabited and is covered with macchia.
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