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
We've been twice now. Once via one of the many boat trips that leave from Datca and once via car. Enjoyed both visits as you always see something different. Can't remember how much entrance is but as with most Turkish attractions the tickets are lovely and the kids like to keep them. Lots to see with good information panels in... 更多
Whilst Knidos is not as impressive as Ephesus, it certainly beats it in term of the location, overlooking the encounter of the Mediterranean and Aegean seas. The ruins are in reasonable state and the site is till been developed. The road from Datça is a bit narrow and twisty, so be careful driving there.
This place is pure heaven. I came here during my visit to turkey last summer. I brought my American boyfriend with me. The water here is so amazing! You MUST go swimming after discovering and hiking the ruins. Absulutely stunning place!!!!
The ancient Knidos is a magnificent historical place to see, but the landscape is even better! You can see the two seas of the region- Aegean and Mediterranean actually meeting;the sea at north is the Aegean, and the one in south is the Mediterranean sea. You can go by boat , the journey is worth trying, but sometimes in the... 更多
The historical city definitely worths a visit. There are structures from the helenistic era. The view is magnificient, it is at least as wonderful as the representative picture on the left.