After a road covered with pine forests, olive and grape trees, you will meet "Islamlar", a small village of Kalkan, covered with natural beauties. Islamlar was a place where Turkish people and Greek people lived together and there was lots of floor mills running by flowing water as well. The old name of Islamlar is "Bodamya", which means "rivers". One of the two remaining mills is still been used and located near village coffee house.
Even without presence of the sea, there are lots of restaurant in Islamlar which are also farming trouts as well. The financial income of the village was based on vineyards and olive trees until recently and now mostly supported by tourism. The folks of the Islamlar constructed trout farms and opened restaurants when more and more people started visit the village. The favorite of people visiting to blow off some steam and cool off, goat cheese, fried in butter. Different restaurants can have different styles to cook trouts and can taste a little different as well.