Suluada

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Suluada
Suluada is located in Turkey
Suluada
Suluada
Geography
Location Mediterranean Sea
Coordinates 36°14′19″N 30°28′18″E / 36.23861°N 30.47167°E / 36.23861; 30.47167
Area 01 km2 (0.39 sq mi)
Administration
İl (province) Antalya Province
İlçe Kumluca

Suluada is a Mediterranean island of Turkey. The name Suluada is a composite word meaning "watery island" referring to fresh water sources of the island. In the antiquity the island was called "Krambusa".[1]

The uninhabited island is situated in the westernmost end of Gulf of Antalya about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) to the Cape Gelidonya. Administratively, it is a part of Kumluca ilçe (district) of Antalya Province at 36°14′19″N 30°28′18″E / 36.23861°N 30.47167°E / 36.23861; 30.47167 [2] The island is long and narrow where the 1,200 metres (3,900 ft)-long dimension points to northwest.

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