Mountain Valley Apartments & Villas

Address: Kirancagil Mah., Ovacik, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48340, Turkey | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Kirancagil Mah., Ovacik, is near Marmaris Marina, Hierapolis & Pamukkale, Alexander Waterfall, and Termessos.
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Travel Blogs from Ovacik

Jennifer Hawkins isn't the only one with long legs

A travel blog entry by peacelovemusic on Mar 11, 2015

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... hired a motor scooter now to get around town. I'll go back to the marina tomorrow to look at another boat.

The area is quite different to I imagined; not that I can think now what I imagined. The first thing that struck me driving in the bus from the Dalaman airport to Marmaris, is how quiet it is (especially after Asia). The towns, roads etc. were empty of people. The countryside is ...

The Island of Rodos (Rhodes)

A travel blog entry by trakka53 on Nov 27, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... the old city walls. The history on the island has been dated back 2500 years ago and had numerous conquerors and occupiers in its day - the Romans, the Turks, the Italians, the Germans, the British. The Dorian Greeks built the massive fortress and with a protected harbour it remained impregnable through many sieges. The Colossus, for which Rhodes is famous and was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, was built to honour the sun god Helios and was located near to ...

Greece vs turkey

A travel blog entry by stewyfromnewy on Nov 08, 2014

15 photos

... just like being at home! Apart from the temples carved into the cliffs dating back to 400BC. We got onto a boat to travel down the river delta, it was spooky (or was to me as I was the only one who had seen Apocalypse Now). If I had heard choppers I would have been diving for cover. We had another swim (and a body surf!) at the river mouth before a beautiful lunch and a memorable visit to the thermal baths. The ritual was: step into the mud pool, extract a huge pile of ...

Patmos, Greece

A travel blog entry by geosand on Oct 16, 2014

We were unexpectedly able to dock rather than tender in this port. After breakfast we headed up the path towards the cave and the monastery of St. John. I was a bit of a reluctant participant but Joey was walking regardless. I had spoken to the tour desk before leaving and they indicated that the path did not go all the way to Chora. She did give me directions to the lower half of the path. As we left the port we walked up the street facing the gate and before the ...

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 ...