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It is a nice historic village which has almost no direct highway connection. The local people can only make their trips by boat. As a visitor, you can have a chance to see this village -possibly- in the tour of Kekova. There are many nice...More
I really liked this place since it is so quiet and peaceful and it also has too much history as being in the middle of the sunken city. You can get there with the daily boat trips. The village is so small and beautiful that...More
The Kalekoy Harbour is home to a small village with friendly people. There is an abundance of little gift shops along the way. You can also visit the Simena Castle then have some Turkish ice cream upon your return.
Fisherman/boat owner Ali and his brother Ibo enabled us to enjoy a perfect day on Kekova Sound. We took the 3hr tour option and enjoyed 2 lovely swimming breaks in absurdly clear turquoise waters (with swifts overhead, turtles below) before Ali skirted the ruins of...More
Whilst staying in Hisaronu, in September, we decided to visit some of the nearby coastal towns. First on our list was Kas. This entailed going to the Otogar in Fetiyhe, for a bus. this cost us 40TL ea return and took just over two hours...More