I took a day trip via rented bike from my hotel to this amazing ancient city. It used to be accessible by a seaside river which is now long since dried up. Spend a few hours and explore the Byzantine era and the fantastic ruins...More
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within a reasonably short drive from Belek is this fairly large historical site. The ruins are precisely that with hardly any complete structures dating from Byzantime, Grecian and Roman periods. You need a moderate level of fitness to cover the site completely.the layout of this...More
I visited the purge city in April .. although I was quite disappointed unfortunately... Clearly there's some development going on so I hope this is a positive thing for the future,but as when we visited we were very disappointed... the entrance was 25 TL .....More
Wonderful ruins really painting a picture of how it was like all those years ago. Make sure you have enough memory on your camera as you will be taking lots of shots!
It was mesmerizing to wander through these majestic ruins. There were hardly any visitors on a weekday, which gave us the opportunity to enjoy the solitude and imagine the past. Refreshments were available and appreciated.
New entrance since our last visit in 2015. Same great site. As we had a car this time we were able to see the whole site in just under 3 hours. The tour we were on last time gave us under an hour so we...More
Was quite unprepared for the extent and beauty of this ancient city. The amphitheatre is off limits at the moment. However, the very intact stadium makes up for that (and Aspendos is "down the road"). Columned streets, evidence of elaborate water channels and fountains, nymphaeums,...More