Eucalyptus Pension

Address: Patara, Antalya, Turkey | Pension
 
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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

      ... her temple and a truly huge and amazing stadium in great condition. Additionally all the magnificent statues were in a museum and easily seen and appreciated. We next had a lovely lunch in another outdoor area with a cute man playing a balalaika with a dancing parrot!!

      Next we drove several hours until we reached a Greek ghost town called Kayakoy. The story behind this town was very sad indeed – as it was part of the ...

      Sailing the Mediterranean

      A travel blog entry by ashleighb on Oct 11, 2014

      8 photos

      ... Swimming in the water was amazing as the temperature was perfect. After our 1st swim, I claimed a nice corner of the boat to sit for the day, read my book, sip some tea and watch the coast line. I wasn't a complete anti social, I did partake in some fun conversations out on deck, but I'm not a fan of too much sun, so I enjoyed being on my own for a bit. Lunch was a beautiful fish washed down with a local beer. When we returned at 4pm, I ...

      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

      ... my room a little way back up the road, pausing to drop my equipment at the pharmacy building where I discovered I was going to be operating. There was just time to unpack my bags and freshen up before returning to the restaurant for dinner.

      Our group was a cosmopolitan one. Damien was an Australian Greek. His parents had returned to their native country when he was young and he had eventually taken over the family restaurant, which is where he had met his ...