Address: 27 Sok, Beldibi, Antalya, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 27 Sok, Beldibi, is near Duden Waterfalls and Sea Wild Divers.
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A travel blog entry by chrismoselen on Nov 27, 2014

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... lunch we stopped at a cafe and had gozleme (pron. gertzlemee) and apple tea. Gozleme are a Turkish pancake made from a flour/water/salt/oil dough and rolled out thinly. They are then cooked on a heated plate which is sometimes electric and sometimes heated by coals. The pancakes are usually stuffed with feta cheese and herbs, or sometimes with meat or egg. They are very delicious - or cok lezzetli in the local ...


A travel blog entry by chrismoselen on Nov 26, 2014

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... as there are no others around. Above the cliffs is the ancient city of Hieropolis (Holy City), a Graeco-Roman and later Byzantine city. Much of it is in pieces scattered over the land due to earthquake damage but there are a couple of jewels there. One is the beautifully formed and resorted amphitheatre. It is a real treasure and definitely worth the walk up the hill to see it. The Romans made full use ...

Antalya and a Haircut!

A travel blog entry by lindell on Nov 23, 2014

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This morning we walked down to the Port area with stunning views over the water to snow capped mountains from the Taurus range.

Lots of locals and tourists around as it was a lovely sunny day. Heaps of cafés and restaurants. We walked around the water for a while and sat in the sun.

Antalya is a lovely city - very laid back and a nice vibe about it. The sun helps!

Exploring ruins

A travel blog entry by patrick_viajero on Jun 03, 2012

I read in my guidebook that you have to pass Lycian ruins from the treehouse hostels in order to get to the beach. I had no idea who the Lycians were, and still know quite little after today, but it was a really cool experience walking through and exploring stone ruins built thousands of years ago...

Sand, Sea, Shrubs and Flames at Olympos

A travel blog entry by andrew_leesia on Nov 01, 2010

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... to us. As we walked back to the campsite along the main path we hit a sign for the Mosaic house but the path pointed to a stream with no obvious path! We decided to make our way in through the overgrown shrubbery and got a tad lost. We eventually found it and it was amazing because it hadn’t been restored at all. We’ve seen a lot of mosaic floors but this one was all broken up. Have a look at our pictures.

After the Mosaic house ...

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