Denizati Holiday Village

Address: Meryemana Cad. No:19 , Gumuldur, Turkish Aegean Coast, 35480, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Meryemana Cad. No:19 , Gumuldur.
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    A travel blog entry by j_m on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... In the entrance of the mosque, an inscription from God decorates the doorway. The columns inside the house of prayer are from earlier ruins in Ephesus, making an interesting contrast to the mosque The domes are ornamented by turquoise and blue faience, revealing the characteristic Ottoman style. The mosque was restored in 1934. Our last stop was The Temple of Artemis - one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and now known as one of the ...

    A Simple Life in a Palatial Mediterranean

    A travel blog entry by niftymarsie on Jun 20, 2014

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    ... to be updated!! We adjourn to the cafe area and have a tea .... and then the highlight of the day .. Nev spots a 55' Nordhavn in the distance ..... his dream boat .... well, one of them! Call into Kalcan, the most popular town on the coast in this region, the tour guide comments. Located on the water it has a gorgeous harbour lined with restaurants with hugely inflated prices. We notice a little cafe where the locals are eating a little out of the main tourist area .... a good ...

    Teshekular, Teshekuler, Tesh... THANK YOU!

    A travel blog entry by joshua.anoff on Jan 14, 2014

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    ... to Izmir to prepare. Boarding yet another bus, we headed about an hour out from Izmir, to a nice little town. After touring the town, mind you, taking lots of pictures, we again boarded the bus and headed for another small little town on the water. Truly, it was one of the most beautiful sights to get to see the sun set on the water. Oscar, who has a self proclaimed sweet tooth, took us to one of his favorite ice cream scenes in Turkey, where we had a delicious scoop ...

    Awesome, famous Ephesus, and nearby Selcuk

    A travel blog entry by stevelegassick on Oct 01, 2013

    77 photos

    ... 600 years. It was finally plundered big time by the Goths (from now-Germany) in 268CE. It was finally all gone by 401CE, they say. Some of its impressive columns were apparently used in the construction of the Hagia Sofia (Istanbul), as well as many other places in the Ottoman Empire.

    The site was rediscovered in 1869CE, after 60 years of searching! Today, there are only ...

    Excellent Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by tredders on Jun 27, 2013

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    ... There were the Markets area, then the Toilets (for the men that is ) then there were the Terrace houses. My doctor told to go in and check this area out, you had to pay an extra cost but it was worth it to seen the way the lived ontop of each other and the wall drawings and also the original mosaic floors which they have uncovered. It is a work in progress so the have a large roof over this area. There was one place with several tables ...