Lycia Apart Otel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Lycia Apart Otel Kas
Travel Blogs from Kas
... worth the two and a bit hour mini bus journey from Dalaman…. judging by the lack of commercialism (eg no English breakfasts on offer or those horrible plastic menus with pictures, and no restaurant/shop hustle and hassle), it seems that Kas is still thankfully a Turkish haven with very few Brits to be seen or heard but a few Dutch and Germans plus a smattering of Russians. It’s not a traditional seaside resort, not easily ...
... paragliding a go (amazing, terrifying, exhilarating), and cruised around an abandoned Greek village, empty since the population exchanges in the 1920s.
Highlight: My moonlit stroll through the forest and along the beach to the Chimaera and Olympos.
Lowlight: The snow and wind preventing me doing the big camping mission that I wanted. I kicked myself for not planning things better and doing it at the start of my trip in October.
... stores on cobblestone streets. I bought a beautiful silver necklace that will be my main "treasure" from this trip, and spent a lot of time looking at the fantastic cotton textiles. I may go home with a bag full of towels too! Wondering if they will be as nice in Istanbul.
Finally, we decide to make it a "beach day", starting at 5pm. We make the 20 minute walk out of town to the local beaches: ...
... picking up another 8 passengers the next day and hopefully they would be closer to my age.
And so I spent the next four days reading, eating, napping, talking politics and jumping into the freezing cold Agean sea. It was really relaxing. I worked on my tan during the days and slept on the deck under the stars at night which was really beautiful and a little cold.
The other passengers were really lovely and the ...
... Very grateful Mt Taximan.
Seems all I do is talk about food but it was dinner time again. Fethiye is popular with the yacht crowd, and the waterfront is lined with Yacht Club style eateries. We chose a more ordinary but nice type restaurant and ordered 'Castrol' or casserole. Of shrimp and vegetable. And then to bed. It had been a long day.