Golden Pension

Address: Gelemis Koyu, Patara, Antalya, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Gelemis Koyu, Patara, is near Patara Beach, Patara Ruins, Patara Amphitheatre, and Arch of Triumph.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Golden Pension Patara

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    Travel Blogs from Patara

    From Pamukkale to Fethiye

    A travel blog entry by happylands10 on Jun 12, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... a huge tub of tomato paste in it (thinking it was tinned tomatoes) added an unknown tub of sauce (it was delish - with alot of cumin in!!) added brinjals and a tin of peas, and ate that with the most gorgeous bread that you get everywhere in Turkey!!! It was divine!!! We have loved going into the supermarket here - its called Bims. Jeez, but this Turkish lingo is a very difficult language to decipher!! Do you know what the word is for a street - SOKAK - Can ...

    A beach bigger than its town

    A travel blog entry by natytabonita on Aug 02, 2014

    ... The kids started to play with rocks and dirt. After a few minutes a taxi driver approached us and told us that he can drive us to Patara for 15 lira. It was a fair price so we went ahead and jumped in the taxi. Patara was jus 7 minutes away from the road we were at. It was a really small town of 800 people. It is basically a small road and houses at both sides of the road. Our pension was ...

    Bagging Biblical Munros

    A travel blog entry by brookskeith on Apr 13, 2013

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... works: you are neither cold nor hot! ... Would that you were either cold or hot! So, because you are lukewarm, I will spit you out of my mouth." We realize that nearby Hierapolis receives the hot springs water directly from the mountains it abuts, while Colossae's water is cooled by the time the flow reaches the valley floor. That naturally leaves Laodicea in the unenviable middle ground where the water would be logically, lukewarm. We also read in that ...

    The Kastellorizan

    A travel blog entry by peter_northdale on May 23, 2011

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... surveyed the vista before me – the town nestling in the harbour, the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean lapping gently at the rocks below me and beyond the expanse of the Turkish coastline – and understood why Elma and the others felt so privileged to be here on their island paradise.

    We had a leisurely lunch in the cool shade of the Olive Garden which for me was tinged with awkwardness at the impending departure. Although I did not belong ...

    Beach, Take Me Away

    A travel blog entry by klhcoban on Jul 21, 2010

    7 photos

    ... sand beach and there are waves, small ones. The beach is on a national preserve and from the gate to the beach is about a kilometer. Along that kilometer of road are ancient Lycian ruins and a series of new archeological digs where they have discovered parts of the city which were covered until recently. The beach is nice, not even close to the crowds of Fethiye and Oludeniz, which is why we ...