Simena Holiday Village

Address: Turizm caddesi, Camyuva, Antalya Province, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, 07990, Turkey | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Turizm caddesi, Camyuva.
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      Travel Blogs from Camyuva

      "I got a home, I got a home." - Jim Croce

      A travel blog entry by peacelovemusic on Mar 31, 2015

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... here, John, calls it a "this is Turkey" situation - see last pic from Antalya.

      The rough plan now will be to spend the summer cruising the "Turkish Riviera" getting to learn all about sailing the boat. Though sailor's plans are said to be written in the sand at low tide, after this year, I think we'll continue heading west across the Med. So please, not only feel free to join us for a cruise in the Med, but ...

      Lycian ruins at Myra and Kas, Turkey

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Jan 10, 2015

      32 photos

      ... hand is the preferred drink here. Everyone drinks it and drinks it all the time. A small cup is about 50 cents to 2 dollars, depending on where you're at. Deanne and I agree that Turkish tea is about the best tea we've had. They also serve Apple tea a fair amount also.

      Finally, housing here is a good value still. We're staying in hotel rooms and the occasional Panzion (B&B). Breakfast is included almost always and we're paying ...

      Meis Island, Turkey

      A travel blog entry by kbunney on Oct 30, 2014

      9 photos

      ... 2 other people who did this hike. We saw the museum which was deserted & there was no-one to take us to the blue cave. As it turns out the island is closing down for the season. Most of the restaurants were planning on closing the next day. There was no high pressure to get us to buy anything, and vendors seemed content to let us sit at their tables and not purchase anything. We did have a delicious lunch at one of the waterfront restaurants, and ...

      A bad experience turns out great :)

      A travel blog entry by natytabonita on Aug 04, 2014

      2 photos

      ... We climbed a little bit more to see another one bigger than the last one. I tried to climb up to see the other ones but it was very difficult for me to get there plus it was night already and many bats were flying over us (We got a bit scared of them) so we went down and rest for the day. The next morning we took the boat cruise to see kekova islands. The ocean was a bit wavy and the boat was moving a lot. I didn't think that was going to help me a ...

      Fairy Chimneys, Pigeon Houses and Turkish Delights

      A travel blog entry by niftymarsie on Jun 10, 2014

      25 photos

      ... We share the cake and some Raki, the traditional Turkey beverage made from grapes and anise .... potent .... even when water is added .... Our last day in Cappadocia is spent driving through the southern, quieter areas. Throughout this area there are a number of cave churches and a monastery which were built by the early Christians. Dated back to the 4th century AD, these churches certainly pay testament to the faith of these survivors. Keslik Monastery, built in ...