As you go ahead from Bayir to Bozburun junction, one km later you will get to SeIaIe waterfall. It is not a big one. It falls from a height of just three or four metres, coming from a valley of thick vegetation where the water levels drop in summer. The water of the stream is icy cold, what makes the waterfall an ideal place on hot summer days. Those who hunt for relief from the suffocating heat can bathe in the waters of the small two to three metre deep lake formed by the waterfall. In the area near the waterfall there are open air restaurants.Under the intensive green and dark shadowed Gunluk Trees-gum trees, with the sound of watermill, you can have delicious trout raised in local ponds, ayran and gozleme, freshly cooked by village woman. If you have the time you can also walk by the banks of the stream into the valley, though don’t forget that the thick vegetation can make hiking difficult at times. You can also reach the origin of Selale with a short walk.