Patara Prince Hotel & Resort - Special Class

Address: 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

    Aphrodisia, Kayakoy and Fethiye&idyllic boat trip!

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... of Turkish Greeks to Greece and vice versa. Many deaths occurred and people lost everything. When the Greeks Turks came they did not want to live in the village and so it was looted and abandoned. Interesting to see. After much more driving we eventually arrived at Fetihye, which is another seaside resort – this time on the Mediterranean Sea. We are staying facing the marina and it is very beautiful. Dinner tonight at the hotel ...

    Sailing the Mediterranean

    A travel blog entry by ashleighb on Oct 11, 2014

    8 photos

    ... Swimming in the water was amazing as the temperature was perfect. After our 1st swim, I claimed a nice corner of the boat to sit for the day, read my book, sip some tea and watch the coast line. I wasn't a complete anti social, I did partake in some fun conversations out on deck, but I'm not a fan of too much sun, so I enjoyed being on my own for a bit. Lunch was a beautiful fish washed down with a local beer. When we returned at 4pm, I ...

    Kastellorizo, GR (Kas, Turkey) to Kalkan, Turkey

    A travel blog entry by rknepper on Aug 31, 2013

    31 photos

    ... tours to ancient cities, harbors, tombs, mausolea and intimate beaches in the numerous small coves, lush forests and streams that lace the Turquoise Coast. The coastline is further regarded as a cultural trove that provides a fascinating mixture of factual and mythological individuals, conflicts and events, and has frequently been referred to in the folklore of various cultures throughout history. As such, it is regarded as the home of scholars, ...

    Sailing the Turkish coast

    A travel blog entry by astephen on Jul 11, 2011

    8 photos

    ... the 100 metres from the boat to the beach to walk along the pebbly shore. Or Aquarium Bay and Kalcan where we swam in clear turquoise waters with a view of nearby cliffs bearing the ruins of ancient civilisations. We docked in small towns like Kas and Simena, and sailed past the ruins of the sunken city of Kekova which was brought down by a huge earthquake. We floated on a rainbow of lielows, relaxing in deep waters, so clear that you can easily see the bottom and the fish ...

    Patara Beach

    A travel blog entry by jportelance on Jun 16, 2011

    18 photos

    ... and waves for the first hour we are there, then we post up at our lounge chairs and relax. The water is warmer here than at the pebble beaches, but it still takes some getting used to. We alternate playing in the waves and sand and laying on our lounge chair for the first half of the day, then we hit up the beach restaurant that is apparently known for its hamburgers. Not bad for Turkey, but certainly no Fuddruckers. After lunch I’m bored of lounging so ...