Aynalıgöl (Gilindire) Cave is located in the southern, submerged part of Central Taurus Mountains in Aydıncık. The caves stand out with their extraordinary structures. There are stalactites and stalagmites on the roof and walls of the cave. Gilindire Cave stands out with its historical value as well. Excavators found ceramic pieces in the cave that date back to Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Early Bronze ages. If you are brave and patient enough to reach the end of the 555 meters long cave, you’ll be rewarded with a wonder of nature: A lake with no streams or living organisms! Aynalı Lake is located at sea level. It is extraordinary, because the water within 10 meters reach is hard and the rest of the water is fresh water. Stalactites and stalagmites that cover all over the cave continue into the water as well. Don’t forget: Diving into the lake is dangerous and forbidden!