Villa Lycian City

Address: Mentese Mah. Milli Egemenlik Cad. No:17, Kalkan, Antalya, Turkey | Villa
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This villa, located on Mentese Mah. Milli Egemenlik Cad. No:17, Kalkan, is near Xanthos - Lycian Monumental Tombstone.
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    Travel Blogs from Kalkan

    Turkish sailing

    A travel blog entry by robbiej on Jul 28, 2015

    ... see snorkelling wise. But it was a beautiful place to stop while the weather was hot. In the next bay, we swam with sea turtles. They were everywhere! We settled there overnight and slept on the deck as most of the people did. The cabins were far to hot. There were a few other boats around so it didn't get quiet until midnight. It was beautiful just lying down and looking up at the stars. Or so we thought. There were a couple if people on our boat ...


    A travel blog entry by antsmac on Sep 01, 2014

    8 photos

    ... it seamed as everyone that followed was pretty ****, the drinks were cold and the people watching was incredible - so many norther British accents... Must be direct flight from Birmingham... Called it a night around midnight - wished sez was here... We would have made a night of it - but alas, only a few hours left before it got back up to late 30's so to bed we went. Campsite update Still cool - and nice to be in the same place for two ...

    Road Trip Myra & Kalkan

    A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Sep 30, 2013

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... directions was only moderately helpful.

    Kalkan is an old fishing town famous for its white-washed houses and bougainvilleas. It averages 300 days of sunshine a year. Until the 1920,s the majority of the inhabitants were Greek. They left in 1923 witht he exchange of populations between Greece and Turkey. Tourism is now the major industry in the area with many long stay UK ...


    A travel blog entry by nicki_gramlich on Nov 20, 2012

    ... weather! We got to stay in the cutest bungalows and have THE BEST dinner ever! It was all vegetarian, and mostly home grown. Potato, spinach, rice and barley, lentil soup, salad, fruit salad, and the bread! Oh my GOD the bread was spectacular! That was my dessert! We did 14 km the first day, so we finished off the 11 km the next day and my legs were loving it. So good to work them hard again! -Kas we were very lucky with the weather and had a day ...

    Sailing the Turkish coast

    A travel blog entry by astephen on Jul 11, 2011

    8 photos

    ... and entertain ourselves in a way that didn’t need a common language. We taught the Turks how to play Uno, and they taught us how to play Essek – a fast-paced Turkish card game similar to snap but involving a donkey (!?). Tonight, we’re having a ‘disco’ – dancing is of course a universal language too!

    And so our time on the Gullet will come to a close, on pink waters near a pirate cave with Turkish music crashing from the boats ...