Patara Prince Hotel & Resort - Special Class

P.K:10 , Kalkan, Antalya, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on P.K:10 , Kalkan, is near Xanthos - Lycian Monumental Tombstone.
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    Travel Blogs from Kalkan

    Two Young Giffers on a Motorbike in Fetihye

    A travel blog entry by jennifer63 on Aug 11, 2014

    Great to get back on the bike today, er um for about 10 minutes. The temperature rose to 42.5 in no time and our Rukka textiles are not suited to this, we were literally baking inside our gear. Reluctantly but necessary, I took off my jacket and rode in a t-shirt for the first time ever, it was bliss but sooooo unsafe. A waterfall spouting ...

    Kayaking in the Mediterranean

    A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Aug 11, 2014

    9 photos

    Today was an "OMG!" day. We first went to a picturesque village called Ucagiz where we rented kayaks. Then we kayaked out of the harbor along the coast through some islands to another small town. The water was warm and the most perfect color of blue that we've seen - truly aquamarine. Large turtles would raise up their heads as we kayaked past them and then dive down again. It seemed that every corner surprised us with another great view of this very picturesque part of the ...

    Pillars and Pediments

    A travel blog entry by bevj on May 24, 2013

    38 photos

    ... though because we hired a car for four days to see the numerous historical sites in the area.

    Turkey abounds with unspoilt history. Rock tombs from thousands of years ago gape from the side of the road and Roman and Greek remains are everywhere. We visited several sites of archaeological importance and were incredulous at how few people were at some of them. Driving was easy as seeing another car was an event to be remarked upon up in the mountains. ...

    The Kastellorizan

    A travel blog entry by peter_northdale on May 23, 2011

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... such as syringes and gloves. Elma and Monika had a number of friendly cats who frequented their eateries so most of our patients were easy to catch and others were brought in by friends and neighbours. An unexpected bonus of working at the pharmacy was that we had a steady stream of passers-by who were curious to see what was going on. In some places I have been we have had to operate clandestinely for fear of upsetting the locals but here there was no such problem. ...

    Landing on a blip in the middle of nowhere.

    A travel blog entry by robsons on Sep 20, 2010

    6 photos

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    Strolled along the harbour’s edge, marvelling at how clear the water is into town (2 minutes slow stroll) to decide on a place for dinner. We choose a simple taverna under a grapevine trellis with a table mere centimetres from the water. Had the most amazing chick-pea patties and some more Retsina (which we discovered is made from pine tree resin). The required cat was also present so it was pretty much as good as it ...