Flower Hotel Pension
Travel Blogs from Patara
patara is the place we liked best on the mediterranean coast. a long beach, few tourists, roman ruins, turtle nests and rest
After almost 13 hours on the bus we arrived in Kalkan yesterday. From Kalkan we took the minibus to Patara and arrived at our accommodation. For 50 lira a night I am quite impressed, we have a private bathroom, a mosquito net and air conditioning.
Behind the house is the kitchen where they serve the meals, the standard Turkish breakfast of …
Today we went rented a jeep and went to Saklikent Gorge, which is only navigable during the summer and fall months because during the winter and spring it is filled with water that has melted from the snow in the mountains above the gorge. There was still quite a bit of water in the gorge, some places the water was chest deep but never over your …
... ruins, of towns, temples and fortresses, in various states of disrepair. Many have not been the subject of any formal archeological work (that I could see), and chunks of pottery, tile and other artifacts still poke up through the dirt. It was actually more interesting and exciting to roam these hidden ruins than visiting the rebuilt, restored and sign-posted ones. They actually felt like... ruins! Like perhaps you were the first person in 2,000 years to set ...
Caught a cab to take us to the bus station so we could board a bus for Fethiye 200 K's to the west. I was surprised to see entertainment screens at the back of all the seats and a steward on board serving food and drinks as we drove along. All that for 34.-- A$ ( for two persons & Petrol costs A$ 2.62 per litre) and I could even sit back and relax and watch the scenery which I really enjoyed. The scenery on the way ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed