Pinara Pension

Fethiye, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | Pension
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This pension, located in Fethiye, is near Downtown Fethiye, Saklikent, Sky Sports Paragliding, and Tlos.
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Travel Blogs from Fethiye

Two Young Giffers on a Motorbike in Fetihye

A travel blog entry by jennifer63 on Aug 11, 2014

... road was a life line and we rode underneath it, drenching ourselves in ice-cool water, heaven. After a lovely ride through the mountains we arrived at our hotel and very nice it is too for £28 per night including breakfast Met up with Eric, Brian's friend, his wife Sharron and Their friends Norman and Anne for a drink, good to see them ...

Kayaking in the Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Aug 11, 2014

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Today was an "OMG!" day. We first went to a picturesque village called Ucagiz where we rented kayaks. Then we kayaked out of the harbor along the coast through some islands to another small town. The water was warm and the most perfect color of blue that we've seen - truly aquamarine. Large turtles would raise up their heads as we kayaked past them and then dive down again. It seemed that every corner surprised us with another great view of this very picturesque part of the ...

"We Will Go Overboard Dead"..!

A travel blog entry by chargrieco on Aug 08, 2014

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... boat stopped in 4 different locations throughout the day to give passengers the opportunity to go for a swim in the inviting turquoise sea. For the first couple of stops I took the more conservative method of getting into the water, taking the gangway ramp to tread in trepidation into the cool water. But it seemed that with each stop my method of entry to the sea became more daring! On the third well-received stop (it had become VERY warm up on the deck by that point) I decided ...

Out and about

A travel blog entry by franodriscoll on Oct 25, 2013

4 comments, 27 photos

... war of independence. The town was also badly damaged by an earthquake in 1957. There was a move to restore the village in the 1980s but under pressure the ministry of agriculture declared it an historic monument safe from unregulated development. It really is very strange walking around so many houses and structures such as schools and churches and imagining that there were once families here going about their daily lives. It reminded Blodders a bit of the ...

Rest of Turkey

A travel blog entry by ashkryder on May 15, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... on for the next three nights. The rest took off and were meeting us in Marmaris at the end of the boat trip. The boat was very cool. Sleeps 16 but there were only 6 of us plus a family of 4. They were an Iranian French Canadian family living in Montreal. I didn't care for them much as all they did was complain. We sailed out about 30 mins and anchored up for the night. I went for a swim and it was a lot warmer than I was expecting. To cold for Kate though. Day 5 & 6. ...