Address: 48300 Fethiye, Fethiye, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48300, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 48300 Fethiye, Fethiye, is near Hamish McTurk.
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Travel Blogs from Fethiye

Fethiye...Tourist town

A travel blog entry by chrisgodman on May 19, 2015

3 comments, 16 photos

Well we were very surprised when we arrived to find so many apartment blocks full of British holidaymakers spending their two or three week yearly vacation in the sun in Fethiye or Oludeniz or Ovacik! The towns reminded us of Surfers Paradise (minus the waves) and that's a bit too busy for us! But there are plenty of things to see and do...just watching the ...

The Magnificant Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Aug 12, 2014

24 photos

... people were relocated - without choice. 1.5 million were Greek and close to 400,000 were Turkish. Most people fled once the treaty was signed. This settlement of several thousand was vacated by the Greeks. It's fascinating and a bit eerie to walk through the town. A lot of damage was done by the Turkish earthquake of 1957, but the walls of most of the houses are still standing.

We then returned to our boat, the Lilac Yacht, for snacks and more time ...

Pamukkale - Calcium Baths

A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Jun 05, 2013

8 photos

... 30cm deep but it is all you needed to submerse yourself. There was another pool built for Cleopatra but that was an additional 30 lira and filled with russian tourists who had filled the pull beyond its limits. It is worth noting that the ones we use today are not the originals, purpose built to give tourists an opportunity to experience it.

Upon our entry to Pamukkale we were told that we would need to pay 20 lira for the ticket. ...

Turquoise Coast

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Nov 15, 2012

2 comments, 18 photos

... historical remnant is a theatre dating back to Roman times that is just beside the harbor. You could easily mistake it for a constrsuction site unless you look closely. If this were not enough, there is a Crusader Fortress built by the Knights of St. John who used the city as a base for battles on the front lines. Un a bizarre twist, the armies of the Fourth Crusade who set out to liberate the Holy Land, were persuaded instead to sack Constantinople due to ...

Unmet expectations!

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Apr 18, 2012

2 photos

... sure if there was some misunderstanding - as the Saklikent is sometimes referred to as the Hidden City. The tour guide was not particularly informative or interested in what and where we were going, despite our obvious interest and enjoyment. He then dropped us off for the lunch that is included in day trips and said he hoped we'd enjoyed the day and that the tour was over. Our day trip was supposed to be 8 hours -not ...

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