Ata Park Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fethiye
... road was a life line and we rode underneath it, drenching ourselves in ice-cool water, heaven. After a lovely ride through the mountains we arrived at our hotel and very nice it is too for £28 per night including breakfast Met up with Eric, Brian's friend, his wife Sharron and Their friends Norman and Anne for a drink, good to see them ...
... br> We kayaked along the coast, passing some Lycian ruins and tombs (dating back to 2000-1000 BC) and pulled into a small harbor. We had an incredible lunch at a small restaurant overlooking the harbor and then hiked to the top to an old fort and theatre where we had spectacular views of the coast. But here's the bad news - they told us not to bring cameras with us in the kayaks so I have no pictures! (I did take pictures of the harbor after we returned and also pulled a ...
... boat stopped in 4 different locations throughout the day to give passengers the opportunity to go for a swim in the inviting turquoise sea. For the first couple of stops I took the more conservative method of getting into the water, taking the gangway ramp to tread in trepidation into the cool water. But it seemed that with each stop my method of entry to the sea became more daring! On the third well-received stop (it had become VERY warm up on the deck by that point) I decided ...
... it. We had a relatively quiet evening; most people were still beat up from the night before so everyone went to bed fairly early. The next day, Adam had organised a boat trip around Oludinez and the surrounding coves. A few people decided to stay around the camp, but the majority of us were allured in by the promise of a big lunch, a bar and sun sea and sand. Walked down to the beach and chugged off in our lovely boat. First, we stopped at Butterfly Valley, one ...
... the deeper pools along the way. The rocks had been worn smooth by the rushing water over the years making it more of a challenge. The stream was usually just a foot or two deep so you just needed to avoid stepping in a hole or stepping on a loose rock. My watershoes were essential. After we had hiked awhile the route got steeper and more challenging. I had already had a few wobbles were the bottom of my backpack got wet (some money ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking