Hotel Era

Address: Ovacik Mah. 121.sok No:8, Fethiye, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48400, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ovacik Mah. 121.sok No:8, Fethiye, is near Oludeniz, Ancient Rock Tombes, Fethiye Museum (Muzesi), and Gemiler Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Fethiye

    From Pamukkale to Fethiye

    A travel blog entry by happylands10 on Jun 12, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    What an adventure we are having, oh my word!!! We left our beautiful Sirince with giving lots of hugs and kisses to Ari and his lovely wife as well as the chef, Ari's brother and father (Mama was probably on the farm picking cherries), headed down the mountain to Selcuk for our 3 hour train trip to Denizli and from there by bus to Pamukkale. The road took us through farmlands filled with pomegranite trees, fig trees, apricot trees, lucerne fields, olive trees ...

    The Magnificant Mediterranean

    A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Aug 12, 2014

    24 photos

    ... people were relocated - without choice. 1.5 million were Greek and close to 400,000 were Turkish. Most people fled once the treaty was signed. This settlement of several thousand was vacated by the Greeks. It's fascinating and a bit eerie to walk through the town. A lot of damage was done by the Turkish earthquake of 1957, but the walls of most of the houses are still standing.

    We then returned to our boat, the Lilac Yacht, for snacks and more time ...

    Pamukkale - Calcium Baths

    A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Jun 05, 2013

    8 photos

    ... although on the back the ticket was priced at 15 lira. Busabout must get a discount for buying in bulk. Didn't bother me, if I was coming on my own I would have to pay 20 lira regardless. Oh but you should have heard some of the older crew start to whinge and whine. You would have thought someone was going to steal their first born! Then they were whinging about having to look after their stuff while we swam in the baths because they didn't ...

    Turquoise Coast

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Nov 15, 2012

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... allowing even us beach-averse travelers to spend a few minutes with the Mediterranean waters around our shoulders. However, one particular business was thriving and this was paragliding. The clear blue sky was dotted with several gliders making their descent from nearby mountain tops down onto the beach. The stretch of white beach and blue waters with an adjacent lagoon features on many picture postcards. The beach however is more pebble than sand and is ...

    Hamam - Turkish Bath

    A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Apr 17, 2012

    ... and given a funny sort of oversized dishcloth - about the size of a smallish bath towel but a very thin material. I kept on the swimming costume! First stop was a steam room and I was left alone in this for about 5 minutes. Then I was collected and taken to another, very large room. This was probably a sauna - although not immediately apparent. Around the side walls were large basins set atop marble seats. In the centre of the ...