Cirali beach, extending for three kilometers (2 mi.), is one of the few protected beaches where the Caretta caretta sea turtles lay their eggs. The Çirali Beach on a moonlite nights. Caretta caretta return to these shores where they are born after they reach maturity to lay their eggs, having travelled thousands of miles to get here. This ritual that has continued for millions of years will continue to take place as long as we protect the environment on these beaches.