Denizati Holiday Village

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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    Travel Blogs from Gumuldur

    History overload in Ephesus!

    A travel blog entry by aussieitchyfeet on Aug 07, 2014

    14 photos

    ... the temples, shops, public squares, baths, gyms and marble roadways which even as ruins provide an impressive insight into this amazing ancient city.

    What we didn't see was the Temple of Artemis - a wonder of the ancient world but destroyed by a Christian mob in 300AD...

    After several hours touring the ruins - and 260 photos later - we returned to the ship: tired, happy and prepared to leave Turkey after a wonderful ...

    Teshekular, Teshekuler, Tesh... THANK YOU!

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

    9 photos

    ... After dinner, myself and a group of friends headed out to explore Izmir's night life. After searching for something to do, and leaving behind many confused Turks (none of whom spoke English of any sort,) we settled down at a very nice hookah bar on the water. There we enjoyed some hookah and apple tea. Although it was not a particularly sight seeing day, it was very enjoyable and left this blogger particularly tired. I can't wait to see what tomorrow has in store for ...

    Natural and man-made awesomeness

    A travel blog entry by pam_steve on Sep 20, 2013

    16 photos

    ... 8217;re getting good at this travel thing because on a hunch we happened to miss out on 4 hours of a complete waste of time. Yesssss! There were a few remains from the same era as Ephesus in Pammukale but the main attraction was the calcium terraces and mineral water pools. After visiting, Steve and I left as 16 and 15 years old, respectively. These pools are said to make you 10 years younger. We may need a chaperon for the rest of our trip, ...

    Selcuk, Efes, Pammukale & Hieropolis

    A travel blog entry by fiskm2013 on Aug 08, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... city is home to 6 000 people and there are too many shops for tourists. The history of the Knights of Rhodes is so cool. You can almost see them all around, chain-mail and all. I can't come close to telling you all there is to know. Google it! Haha After we had our crazy cab ride the next day, we had about 5 hours to kill in Old Rhodes. A kind man at another ferry company offered to watch our bags for us. What else to do but eat ice cream and shop! Shelley and ...

    Ephesus - Three in a row!

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Nov 19, 2012

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... before Christianity. It referred to Roman public buildings. Later it was used to refer to a certain type of church architecture. Modern usage usually tends to associate the term with large, important churches. The two-storey, triple-aisled basilica at Ephesus is an Ionic building that was used for stock exchange and commercial business.

    The Bouleuterion or Odeon: Dating back to 150 AD, this was the venue for plays and concerts as well as the conduct ...