Eucalyptus Pension

Address: Patara, Antalya, Turkey | Pension
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Location

This pension, located in Patara, is near Patara Beach, Patara Ruins, Patara Amphitheatre, and Arch of Triumph.
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    Travel Blogs from Patara

    Aphrodisia, Kayakoy and Fethiye&idyllic boat trip!

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Oct 11, 2014

    15 photos

    ... and tasty – facing the water. At the end of the first week we are really getting to know our fellow tour groupers and they are very nice people.

    October 11, 2014

    Unfortunately this morning I woke up feeling a bit in need to being near a toilet. Fortunately, it didn't continue thank goodness and I went on the 12 Island cruise trip with everyone else. What a lovely day full of magnificent views on a great motor yacht ...

    Sailing the Mediterranean

    A travel blog entry by ashleighb on Oct 11, 2014

    8 photos

    ... sometimes you just need it). Sunday saw us heading along the mediterranean coast to Antalya (the biggest city along the mediterranean with 1.5 million people). On the way we stopped for a few hours at Sakllikent Gorge which is 300 metres deep and 18km's long. It is really only explorable during the summer months when it is not flowing with water. As we've just had some rain in the area, the water levels are reaching waist high at certain ...

    Ekinjik, TK to "Gemilier", TK

    A travel blog entry by rknepper on Aug 28, 2013

    16 photos

    ... and over fifty Christian tombs. One of the churches was cut directly from the rock at the island's highest point, and is located directly at the western end of the processional walkway. Modern archaeologists believe that the island may be the location of St. Nicholas' original tomb. The traditional Turkish name for the island is Gemiler Adası, meaning "Island of Boats", with St. Nicholas being the patron saint of sailors; the island was also referred to as St. ...

    Bagging Biblical Munros

    A travel blog entry by brookskeith on Apr 13, 2013

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... valley lies the ruins of a Byzantine basilica, Vespasian-sponsored baths and a ceremonial triple-arched gateway of Mettius Modestus, governor of the Lycian-Pamphylian province in 100 A.D. We wonder if the name "Modestus" is at odds with this fancy gateway! The view from up here is gret but those mountains in the distance, imposing. We'd better go!

    We drive for the next three hours due north, bisecting several mountain ranges through town, ...

    The Kastellorizan

    A travel blog entry by peter_northdale on May 23, 2011

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... such as syringes and gloves. Elma and Monika had a number of friendly cats who frequented their eateries so most of our patients were easy to catch and others were brought in by friends and neighbours. An unexpected bonus of working at the pharmacy was that we had a steady stream of passers-by who were curious to see what was going on. In some places I have been we have had to operate clandestinely for fear of upsetting the locals but here there was no such problem. ...