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Cirali Beach, Cirali
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Secluded Cirali Beach remains free of high-rise developments and big crowds largely thanks to its status as a protected area. Home to a population of endangered loggerhead turtles, which swim ashore to lay their eggs in the sand, the beach offers a 3 km (1.8 mi) stretch of pristine Mediterranean coastline. This area offers few modern facilities, but you can find several simple but cozy restaurants and inns at the nearby village of Cirali. Spend some time watching the turtles and swimming, and then consider exploring the area's ancient Lycian ruins. Add Cirali Beach and other attractions to your Cirali trip itinerary using our Cirali travel itinerary planner.
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Lovely beach: mix of sand and pebbles. Lots of morning and midday sun - the mountain blocks the afternoon sun from about 4:30'ish. Take beach shoes to enter the sea; the pebbles are slippery and diffi... read more »
Překrásné misto pod antickým městem Olympos. V pozadí hora Tahtali. Okolí Národního parku. Pláž s drobnými kamínky, moře nádherné.Překrásné place under the antique Olympos městem. In the background mount Tahtali. Surrounding the National Park. Beach with a tiny, exquisite food accassories.show original
Von der Pension Dostlar Evi aus war ich 1 Std Joggen rund um Cirali herum, in drei Minuten mit dem Rad am Meer, in 15 Min per Rad und zu Fuss sowohl am Einstig zum Feuerberg (Chimära), als auch in der... read more »The pension Dostlar Evi out I was 1 HR jogging around Cirali around, in three minutes with the wheel on the sea, 15 minutes by bicycle and on foot both steps to the mountain of fire (Chimära), as well as in the ancient city ruins of Olympos. Directly behind the guesthouse, you can reach a forest path to the mobile antennas with fantastic views over the whole level and pick up right there thyme. So much miscellaneous is rare in a place that is always green due to its abundance of water. Disco, Jet Ski, banana tug, water ski, and all that are not to be found. From the beach and at the swimming you can see NO houses, which are anyway only two storeys and no cars, and the excursion boats sail WITHOUT music at due distance past. The beach is pebbly and clean, no tar, only rare plastic waste from ships. There are daily refuse collection and street cleaning - also on the beach. Because the turtles, the light is subdued at night and the starry sky shows in full glory bear, Orion, hair of Berenice and the milky way. Never gone, if not the Turkish visa requirements were...show original
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