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Private trip to banana country with Anamurium ancient city and Mamure fortress
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Es handelt sich hier umd die grosse römische Stadt Anemurium am Westende von Anamur. Bewohnt von rund 20 000 Einwohnern und eine der besterhaltenen antiken Staedte der Türkei.
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  • Very good30%
  • Average6%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible1%
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“ruins” (12 reviews)
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Anamur, Turkey
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

Anemurium is simply stunning. On the southern tip of Turkey. Difficult to get to but worth the effort. Taxi from Iskele and back cost 50 Tly. Our visit was in winter, but methinks the beach there will be wonderful to swim in summer!

Thank PietJbay
Reviewed 21 April 2016

That's what wee did, followed the brown sign saying "Anemurium". We had no idea what that meant. Small backstreet, and voila! Breath-taking to say the least. We only spent a couple of hours but one could easily spend a couple of days. Also a really...More

Thank Kent R
Reviewed 21 March 2016

Just after Anamur on your right hand side you will find this very very interesting place. Many ancient buildings are scattered through the area, some well reserved. Parking place and restaurant available. Also the beach is easy to approach. A winding road up the mountain...More

Thank Nicodemus01
Reviewed 30 December 2015 via mobile

Excellent ruins in pretty good condition right near the sea. When I was there, I had the ruins to myself. Very atmospheric and very interesting. The ruins are at the southernmost point in Turkey. About 6 or 7 km from Anamur.

Thank Robert H
Reviewed 18 October 2015

This site isn't made much of in the guidebook but it is amazing. You can scramble over it, there are large structures still standing and there are mosaics under the dust if you look. It has a lovely beach at the bottom where you can...More

Thank cat084
Reviewed 15 September 2015

We drove a long way to see these ruins. They are quite amazing when you realise just wht was built here and what the Romans achieved. The loation right on the southern most tip of Turkey is also amazing. The ocan here is crystal clear...More

Thank Helen572
Reviewed 20 August 2015

You can get here very easy and cheaply on public transport from Anamur, ( so you don't need a tour). The ruins are extensive and lead to a beach, that will be a good place to cool off on a hot day ( bring your...More

Thank Essexlol-007
Reviewed 8 July 2015

If you are close to Anamur and have any interest in history you have to visit anemurium! It is beautiful and not so touristic, this means that in a spring day you can explore the area almost by yourself. Even if youre not interested in...More

Thank nereyegidelim
Reviewed 1 March 2015

We are 2 lithuanians and 1 american :)) american Akita, THE dog, travelling Europe during winter in our camper, McLouis, perfect house for such things:)) Today is 1st of march, so its spring, so its beautiful, the weather is mild , warm and bit of...More

Thank Ieva G
Reviewed 2 November 2014

great site,very few tourists as up in the mountains.great to wander at you own pace,take plenty of water

Thank gnomekeeper
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