There are ruins of the Knidos city. A theater and some other structures. There are 2 coves, in one of them, boats of the local fishermen's reside. And in the second one, there is a pier with portable extension (ponton). During the day, there is not so many boats or people around. But in the afternoon and before the sun... 更多
This is not an easy place to get to especially at the end of the summer season. The owner of our hotel kindly drove us there, we were not disappointed. The ruins covered a large area and your need one to two hours to visit the site, wear some sensible shoes if visiting.
We sailed into the bay not realising that the rock structures in front of us were in fact the ruins. The site just goes on and on with no real appreciation of size or complexity and the map doesn't help much either so it is difficult to comprehend what you are looking at. Fortunately we had done some reading and... 更多
This is a hidden treasure, sprawling remains left over the hillsides of Knidos. After excavation, years of neglect, left to nature, only more recently excavations goes on. It's a lovely place to immerse yourself. There are wild goats and tortoises to find. There's not too much in the way of descriptions but look online or in guidebooks for more history... 更多
I walked through a parados that was used in the 5000 seat theatre 2500 years ago. I anchored my boat where Agamemnon once moored his fleet. Upon close scrutiny the ruins reveald their secrets. there was a huge, well-camoflaged underground cavern above the village. Must have been used to store food. Below that cavern and more apparent, was another, smaller... 更多
Always a deep emotion to understand that two thousand - and more - years ago people were able to design and build such extraordinary towns paved in marble and with so many sculptures temples and constructions. And all this around an harbour and a port for trades and the wellbeing of the people. A long trip by bus and just... 更多