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Decided to spend sometime visiting the ancient tombs/ ruins
at Tlos. We had Mehmet from guide tours ( Ölüdeniz ) to explain it all and he was brilliant and so very knowledgeable. You need to be relatively fit as it is quite a steep climb...More
Climb to the tombs if you can but wear trainers not sandals as terrain is pretty rough. It will cost you just seven lira to enter the site.
Also take a look at the amphitheater . Take water as it is very exposed and extremely...More
We came here as part of a day trip with jet2 our guide Yusef was once again brilliant he is very knowledgeable. We were shown all around. This is not a great place for anyone that has any problem walking. I went as far as...More
Really enjoyed this place. It covers a massive area and definitely gives Side a run for the money. Reminds me of when we first visited Ephesus (many years ago) with very few tourists and just a handful of tourist shops and a couple of restaurants
Tlos is an amazing site; archeological evidence shows 3500 years of habitation and probably more stretching back into the Neolithic era. There is an Ottoman castle (sitting over a Lycian palace), a Byzantine church, a Roman agora and theatre and Lycian tombs. There are some...More
This ancient site was an important town which originally belonged to the Lycian people. Like all important sites, it had a chequered history, subsequently belonging to the Greeks, the Romans and even an Ottoman overlord.
The archaeologists excavate here each summer finding more and more...More