Phaselis was situated in 15 minutes from our hotel ("Sinatra") so we decided to go there by our own. Admission by ticket only (20 liras) and it's worth noting that cashiers accepts only national currency so don't forget to exchange money!!(don't repeat my mistakes)). Nevertheless, we entered and enjoyed the ruins of the castle that's not worse than Mira Museum... 更多
Ancient city on the sea. You can explore old ruins surrounded by pine trees with sandy beaches. This city had 3 harbors and you can explore them all. Great place for visitors and kids. There is a small stand for drinks and snacks or you can bring your own picnic. There is a fee to enter the site.
Historically a Greek ancient archeological heritage, which is located in present day Southern Turkish Mediterranean beach, near Kemer . Any body visiting Antalya province must include this antique city tour. The island has a green belt ,beautiful scenario, and calm quiet Sea Beach for swimming. Soft and Sandy beach and warm water gives a refreshing feeling. Tourists shouldn't forget to... 更多
Unchanging achingly beautiful setting. The hills on the road to the beach are covered in cyclamen in October. If you walk down from the entry gate you cannot fail to see them and the real expanse that they cover and the sense of silence and peace. The city is well described elsewhere at all levels of historical technicality. The amphitheatre... 更多
If you are a bit sunburnt- this trip to ancient city ruins on the coast of sea will add you a touchable feeling about history of these lands BC, that now is preasent Turkey. As the season comes to calm and not too crouded time- walk under pine trees among still magnificant ruins of ancient city with the story of... 更多
I read about Phaselis on trip advisor & suggested we visit. So glad we did. The three bays are beautiful and lovely warm & shallow to swim in. The roman ruins are amazingly well preserved & what is lovely is that you can walk amongst them as opposed to just looking from behind a rope as you have to do... 更多