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Wonderful deserted village to visit, approx.500 houses, churches, schools etc. abandoned 1923ish when Turkish people in Greece sent back to Turkey and vis versa. This was a Greek village. Set on a hillside, village below in a fertile valley, now with a few restaurants and...More
This is one of my favourite places.
Ruins that have been left untouched you seem to get a feel of what life may have been there once. It takes a couple of hours to walk round and usually you have the place to yourselves. It's...More
The main road to the area from the coast is a good fast road but the road up to the site while improved is a slow drive up the side of the mountain and over to the other side of the mountain. The views from...More
We were greeted by the guardian's puppy, FINDIK, which played with my shoelaces for 10 minutes. This site is a delightful setting full of birdsong. My wife spotted a short-toed tree creeper. Sadly the site is heavily overgrown with pines and has suffered terribly from...More
This is one of the most interesting remote sites on the Lycian coast and one of our favourites,along with Pinara. It is up the mountain so has good breezes and fine views. You can hike up from the village below or drive a bumpy track...More
A long winding road up to the top, keep your wits about you as the road is just a track on the side is the mountain. Once there park your car and pay 5Tl per person to enter though my 7 year old did not...More
A beautiful gem of a spot. We've stayed in uzumlu before but this year was the first trip to Kadyanda. We drove up through the village which in itself is worthy of a browse, the road is easily accessible if a little frightening at times...More
This ancient Roman site is well worth the visit. If you don't have a car then the buses from Fethiye come up and down to Yesil Uzumlu regularly. The is a real hidden gem. The road up to the site itself is now improved and...More
Cadianda is approximately 25 km away from Fethiye.Follow the route going to Yesil Uzumlu village,the signs will lead you to the ancient city on the hill.Don't worry it isn't hard to walk around the ruins since they're well organised.You should go there and see Fethiye...More