Club Hotel Phaselis Rose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Kids pool
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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 ...
After leaving Egirdir (where travellers are few and far between), we arrived in Antalya, a large modern city on the Mediterranean. We are staying in the old town, where there are once again cobbled streets and not much traffic...but it is definitely a tourist town and a bit too upmarket for us! However, today we walked to the museum and it ...
... then Old Town was nice or the much prettier northern (compared to southern) side of Old Town - we nearly booked a place on AirBnB on the southern side and are happy we didn't go through with that.
Leaving Antalya, we headed off via two minibuses to an (ex-?)hippy area called Olympos. There are lots of treehouses and backpacker haunts around this way. Our accommodation here is in a small cabin and includes breakfast ...
... archologists at work, ever mindful of the scorpions who are apparently common here.
Next stop was the gorgeous little seaside town of Side which has been built beside the ruins of the Apollo temple - what a stunning spot, from here we headed to the. Aspendos theatre (Turkey's most complete theatre example).
From the outside the ...
... and of course all the Jews on the Island. Our guide was definitely a patriot: when we stopped at a rest stop,
I asked if they had any Greek candy, as I pointed to the Turkish Delight, indicating that we had already tasted it in Turkey. She indignantly told us that it was not Turkish Delight but Greek Delight! So, the animosity between the Turks and Greeks continues…
was a former capital of ...