Ocaktan Hotel

Address: Cildir Mahallesi 107 Sok No 36, Marmaris, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48700, Turkey | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Cildir Mahallesi 107 Sok No 36, Marmaris, is near Mount Nemrut, Ishak Pasa Palace, Cifte Minareli Medrese, and Uc Gumbetler (Three Tombs).
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    Travel Blogs from Marmaris

    Rhodes

    A travel blog entry by thejoiners on Jun 05, 2015

    15 photos

    ... Greeks, situated high on a hill so that it's worshipper a were located close to the Gods. Near the temple we saw the ancient Olympic stadium which formed part of the network of stadiums of the ancient Olympic era. We travelled onto firstly St Paul's Bay, a beautiful picturesque area, the home of the ancient monastery of St Paul. Located on a very pretty bay, where they filmed 'The Guns of Navarone'. From here we travelled onto Lindos, a lovely ...

    RHODES

    A travel blog entry by theproberts on Jun 05, 2015

    18 photos

    ... its worshipers were close to the Gods. Near the Temp,e saw the ancient Olympic stadium which formed part of a network of stadiums of the Ancient Olympic era. We travelled onto firstly St. Paul's Bay, a beautiful picturesque area home of the ancient Monastary of St. Paul to the right of this bay up on the hill in a large cave is where they filmed 'The Guns of Navarone'. Drove down the hill a bit to Lindos, a lovely little hillside village consisting ...

    A colossal place to visit

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Jun 03, 2015

    19 photos

    ... as far back as the Bronze Age.

    The main square holds the remains of a temple dedicated to Apollo. Shops and homes covered the hillside alongside the temple.

    A reservoir has been uncovered, big enough to have served 400 families.

    What really fascinates me are columns and stones that still are engraved with Greek writings. I wish we could get translations to see what these residents ...

    Lake Koycegiz

    A travel blog entry by chrisgodman on May 23, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    Yesterday we arrived in a very sleepy little town by the edge of another large lake. Our aim was to catch a boat cruise down to the coast, see some turtles and return to Koycegiz. There was nothing much happening in the town, apart from the various political parties blasting music from their vans as they tried to outdo each other! So this morning ...

    Rhodes, the old town

    A travel blog entry by john.beach on May 02, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the "quimvirate" of Latin, Greek, philosophy, logic, and rhetoric, right up to the time that Sulieman finally conquered Rhodes after a long siege, in 1431. The story goes that he was so impressed by the bravery of the nights of St John, who led the defence, that rather than sack the city, Sulieman allowed the knights to keep their freedom, and set about enhancing Rhodes' reputation as a centre of learning and religious tolerance.
    Our ...