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Travel Blogs from Adrasan
... Some had marshmallows to toast. The kids loved that! Others had their kebabs on a metal skewer. They grilled in a jiffy and were pulled off into a loaf of bread. Fast food! We did wonder whether they would be tainted as there was a slight whiff of paraffin at the flame.
It was full moon so we didn't really need our torches but I used mine to highlight and avoid the odd slippery rock as I wobbled down. Earlier we ...
Cirali is a teeny tiny one gravelly road town down in a jungly area near the sea. There is a long pebble beach with the most pristine water that I won't even describe bercause you'd suffer a jealousy aneurism. To get here, you need to take a mini bus (I found a single seat, so no man problems this time!) to a place on the side of the road where a dolmus (a small local bus) sits waiting for enough people for it to be worth the drive down the hill ...
Well, the name of our accommodation may have been Bayrams Treehouse, but we were definitely on the ground, albeit in very rustic digs!
Olympos is definitely the most laid back destination of our trip. A small village, set in a valley and popular with the back packer set, Olympos was once an important Lycian city in the 2nd century BC, the remains of which line the 1.5 km track down to the beach. (We are realising that the term ...
Well we finally swam in the Mediterranean. The water is very clear, temperature was perfect, calm sea...no waves, but I needed my sandals to cope with the very pebbly shore! Did I know there wouldn't be much sand? We are spoilt! Yesterday we walked to the Chimaera...up a mountainside to where fire still burns from crevices in the rocks, it was recommended we visit at night to get the full effect. Thankfully we walked up in daylight and back in the early evening ...
... his own family car with his whole family rushing to take everything out the back seats to take us to the bus stop! The gentleman had offered to drive us!!! We all bustled in and off we went. We got the bus in time and made our way to Demre. The bus ride was epic with the bus driver cramming about 15 people onto a 12-seater bus. The drive itself was a ridiculous two hours with crazy roads along the coast that wound their way alongside the massive cliffs.
Other places to stay in Adrasan
Sari Kavak Mevki Dere Cad. Cavuskoy, Kumluca, Adrasan | Hotelfrom $75
Deniz mah. Cavuskoy, Adrasan | Hotelfrom $49
Deniz Mh., Adrasan | Hotelfrom $110
Cavuskoy 15, Adrasan | Hotelfrom $67
Sahil Cad No:220, Adrasan | Hotelfrom $109
Adrasan, Adrasan | Hotelfrom $65
Deniz Mah. Ibrahim Kaptan Sok. Cavuskoy, Adrasan | Hotelfrom $84