Hotel Sema

Address: Kokluk Mah. Gelemis Koyu , Kas, Antalya, AN61 537, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Kokluk Mah. Gelemis Koyu , Kas, is near Patara Beach, Patara Ruins, Patara Amphitheatre, and Arch of Triumph.
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      Travel Blogs from Kas

      Bus to Fethiye

      A travel blog entry by lindell on Nov 29, 2014

      9 photos

      Sad to leave beautiful Kas with it's lovely warm weather and the lovely staff at the hotel and the rooftop terrace overlooking the water. Most hotels in Turkey give you a wonderful buffet breakfast with cereals, cold meats, cheeses and salads and hot eggs and other foods too.

      At this hotel we had a dinner of a vegetarian buffet with bbq chicken, fish or meat, and a soup and dessert for a really reasonable price of A$12.

      Another two hour bus trip along the ...

      Kas - The Amphitheatre and a Walk

      A travel blog entry by lindell on Nov 26, 2014

      11 photos

      There is a beautiful Amphitheatre next door to our hotel called Antiphellos. It was built of local limestone in the 1st century BCE, but was destroyed by an earthquake and rebuilt in the 2nd Century AD. It has 26 steps and faces the water. The only living things there today were two lovely billy goats basking in the sun. They were very curious!

      We walked around the coast for a few kilometres past a ...

      A Short Rest

      A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Sep 26, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... but there are enough there that you don't feel like an outsider, everything is very cute and quaint, and it's very easy to find your way around because points of interest are clearly marked and a lot of people speak a decent amount of English. The view over the Mediterranean is really remarkable (as is the coastal drive coming into the city, especially when your bus driver seems to consider the cliff-riding switchbacks more as speed "challenges" than ...

      Mediterranean Coast

      A travel blog entry by donmal76 on Jul 07, 2014

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... with the idea as others were tragically torn from there loved ones with only the clothing on the backs. Before then the Greek Empire had control of a large portion of the western coastline around towards the Mediterraenean coast. The first exchange saw 600000 people moved. These continued until 1980 which took the total to approximately 1.5 million. Shortly before lunch we disembarked the ...

      SCUBA Diving

      A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Sep 18, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... it is an octopus, starfish, or sand dollar (all of which I was). Beyond that, I am lost. It is obvious I grew up on the prairies! We also saw a ship wreck and a plane crash. I forgot to ask when they were from, but I think the plane at least was from WWII. We could swim inside both of them, but the plane was much more intact than the ship.

      Unfortunately, I don't have an underwater camera, so there are very few photos from my adventures here. I ...