Egeria Beach Club

Address: Alacay Mevkii Sahil Yolu , Davutlar, Aydin Province, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Alacay Mevkii Sahil Yolu , Davutlar, is near Priene.
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    A travel blog entry by yetisherpa on Oct 06, 2015

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    ... trading port of Asia....back when the ocean came up to the city's doorstep. We were most impressed by the detail of the frescoes at Hadrian's Temple, the public latrines, where one could enjoy a moment with 40 of one's closest friends, the terrace homes, which featured really amazing mosaic tile floors and of course, the Celsus ...

    Painted houses

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Oct 01, 2015

    43 photos

    ... seats on cold days. And they all had to have a membership, it was like a club. Ali said that only two months ago Ephesus was proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage site, we didn’t know that, and now it means they will get extra funding. Phil said he’d heard there was a tunnel from the library to the brothels, we didn’t find that but did see an outline of a foot on a paving stone – left foot meant the brothel was nearby on the ...

    Day 27 - Ephesus Turkey, Seekers & BABBA

    A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 21, 2015

    71 photos

    ... community who had their own walkway complete with mosaics and frescoes (paintings on plaster); the homes had luxurious appointments during the time.

    The massive amper-theatre was created during the Hellenistic period and was renovated by several Roman Emperors – can imagine the thumbs up or down during Roman entertainment and Gladiatorial Contests that were held there. We got a great picture of the theatre from a great viewing point capturing it all. ...


    A travel blog entry by j_m on Sep 17, 2014

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    ... bedrooms now dubbed the Southern Terrace. Since 2010, more than 100m of the western walls and towers have been restored using original materials. After we'd had our fill there, we walked down the hill and saw the ruins of a Byzantine Aqueduct. The pillars have been re-assembled and once supported brick arches. Now they support storks' nests! It's not nesting season at the moment but the storks' nests can be seen atop any tall pillar. There is a mix ...

    Selcuk, Ephesus and Sirince

    A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Jun 30, 2014

    15 photos

    ... down the mountain! It’s in an earthquake prone area (actually all of Turkey is) and some houses looked as if they were about to collapse at any second, and others were obviously abandoned due to damage. We stopped at a recommended café for a Turkish coffee and it was a real treat. The coffee was made over hot ashes in the traditional way and it was delicious – the best we had tried. The coffee also came with Turkish delight and chocolate sultanas so it was a ...