Club Hotel Ayral

Deniz Mahallesi, Adrasan, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Deniz Mahallesi, Adrasan.
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Travel Blogs from Adrasan

Burning stones!...

A travel blog entry by natytabonita on Aug 06, 2014

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... dirt road with houses and hostels alongside. The beach is on the other side of the road. There is not public transportation or taxis. Apparently people like to walk there. Our hotel was three kilometers away from Olympos and, in the opposite way three kilometers away from the burning stones. I thought we had made a huge mistake but once in the hotel we started to feel comfortable with the whole situation. The hotel was a house run by a lovely old ...

Tree houses ��

A travel blog entry by adonoghue on Jul 11, 2014

Today we travelled from Antalya to Olympos to stay in the tree houses where sail starts tomorrow. We just relaxed and went to the beach here. The tree houses were really cute and the place was so relaxing. They provided dinner and everyone ate together on floor couches, definitely a relaxing place I would go to get away from ...


A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Jun 12, 2014

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... but you can't have it all! The crystal clear, aqua blue water made up for lack of sand! We wasted a couple of hours and come 8pm it was dinner time. We are paying 32tl which is about ten quid for breakfast, dinner and a bed! Not bad at all! We met a solo Aussie traveller back in the room, Ryan and joined him for dinner. We learnt how to play Back Gammon with the aid of a young Colombian then headed down the dirt road to another bar where we joined more Aussies, some Americans and ...


A travel blog entry by lizcrone on May 15, 2014

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... but very fresh waters and occasionally getting up to something a little more active. One of my highlights of this cruise was our stop at Butterfly Valley. It was a chance to stretch our sea legs and climb up through the valley, right where a stream originating from a waterfall runs.The walk started out of fairly solid ground, then changed to clambering on rocks for a short period. The final part of the climb was through the waterfall itself, clinging to to ropes strung ...

Day 41 - Dodgy buses and beautiful views

A travel blog entry by kiwiholly on May 25, 2012

... with an honesty system for recording your drinks.

We set sail, but due to high winds we did not get very far. We stopped in a beautiful, sheltered bay for the night. We explored all areas of the deck – a back lounge deck with a shade cloth over it, another at the front with no shade cloth for sunbathing, a huge couch and bean bag at the back of the ship and a wooden dining table and bar in the middle!

Mark and I shared a bottle of wine with ...

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