Kalkan Suites

Address: Yaliboyu Mah. Nilufer Cad. No:1, Kalkan, Antalya, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Yaliboyu Mah. Nilufer Cad. No:1, Kalkan, is near Xanthos - Lycian Monumental Tombstone.
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      Fethiye, Turkey

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Jan 13, 2015

      15 photos

      ... where you could see the marble columns and city walls (think Atlantis!), visited St. Nicolas' hometown Myra, had a mud bath, saw Lycian ruins and explored islands). That was a blast.

      But it's off-season now and the gulets are moored for the winter. And after looking at tour brochures, I see that they no longer offer all of this on one tour! They break it into 2 and charge twice as much for each.

      So, after our 3 days ...

      A deserted town

      A travel blog entry by robrae on Sep 29, 2014

      5 photos

      ... has been inspired by what happened in Kayakoy. The town was deserted by it's mostly Ottoman-Greek inhabitants after WW1 and the Turkish War of Independence. The League of Nations supervised the exchange of populations between Turkey and Greece. Greek Muslims coming from Greece to Turkey and Ottoman Christians moving to Greece. The reason for the exchange was to forestall ethnic violence. Turkey lost many of its Ottoman educated classes, many of whom ...

      Far from a ghostly experience.

      A travel blog entry by philipanderson on Aug 06, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... Today, I looked forward to venturing beyond the confines of the complex and towards the highly recommended ghost town.

      Kaya Koyu is an abandoned Greek settlement about 5km away from Hisaronu, otherwise known as the 'ghost town'. A city founded by the Greeks during the 11th century and vacated on the 30th January 1923 due to a Population Exchange agreement between Greece and Turkey. Today, Kaya Koyu sits as a tourist attraction. Walking thought the now tourist ...


      A travel blog entry by jillmariex on Jul 19, 2013

      14 photos

      ... Turkey taught me many things about life, basking in the glory of the sun for a month seemed like the perfect summer to me. I travelled to Turkey with 3 of my best friends at the time, throughout the holiday, there was many arguments between us all and many bad experiences but being on holiday, in the sun and away from everyday life ...

      Pillars and Pediments

      A travel blog entry by bevj on May 24, 2013

      38 photos

      ... the town was delightful. A tangle of cobbled alley ways made up the old town and within this area were unusual restaurants ( 200, apparently!) and tiny shops selling good quality ceramics, jewellery and clothing – apart from the usual tourist stuff. The harbour was a photographer’s delight and boat trips on small wooden boats taking a maximum of twelve people were available to the surrounding islands and a sunken city. We’re saving that for ...