St. Nicholas Garden

Address: Hisaronu, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in Hisaronu, is near Marmaris Marina, Hierapolis & Pamukkale, Alexander Waterfall, and Termessos.
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Travel Blogs from Hisaronu

Jennifer Hawkins isn't the only one with long legs

A travel blog entry by peacelovemusic on Mar 11, 2015

4 photos

... and mountainous, manly vegetated by conifers or sheoak-type trees. The water is typical Med - crystal clear.

I plan to stay in Marmaris until Saturday, then go to Fethiye to look at another boat. I have no idea how long I will stay here in Turkey; it depends on several things. Here are just a few pix that I took while having lunch today at the marina. Love and best wishes to all.


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The Island of Rodos (Rhodes)

A travel blog entry by trakka53 on Nov 27, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... Knights rebuilt in Malta. Although the Turks ruled justly there was a general decline in commerce and building over the next 400 years. The Italians took over the Island in 1912 and Mussolini restored much of the architecture. Eventually Rodos was handed back to Greece in 1948. Phew! A bit of a potted history! You can tell we have a sea day and I have a bit more time on my hands! We set off about 8.30 and took the bus past the old city and along the coast with long beaches and ...

Greece vs turkey

A travel blog entry by stewyfromnewy on Nov 08, 2014

15 photos

A day on Crete, enjoying great mild weather, some 4,000 year old culture, fruits of the forest, home made wine and our first ever swim in the Mediterranean. Not a bad life. Another city (Heraklion) shut down by protests, this time students against police violence. We teamed up with our kiwi posse and hired a convoy of taxis that did a few of the sights. Really friendly and informative. They thought we were a bit crazy wanting to swim (as it's now out of season). But I ...

Two Rhodes scholars

A travel blog entry by stuart.snyder on Oct 15, 2014

8 photos

... up to a castle at the top which like many medieval fortresses replace Greek and roman temples and reused much of the marble from the prior temples. The view of the Aegean sea from the top was amazing. The top of the castle had ancient roman rooms. You could take a donkey up to the top, but we were advised against it as some people fall off and get injured. I got a nice linen pants and almost left ...

A Country On Two Continents - Part I

A travel blog entry by stormhayward on Aug 19, 2014

7 photos

... the buses run frequently, even long distance buses, so even if you don't book in advance there should be no problems! Always carry your passport or ID card on you when on the buses as there are random police checks in operation and you don't want to be the one who spends ages rummaging around in your suitcase for it!

After a long journey I eventually arrived in beautiful, sunny Marmaris where I got a connecting bus to ...