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Temple of Apollo, Side

Categories: Ruins, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 2,200+ reviews on the web
Feel the enormous weight of history at the ancient ruins of Temple of Apollo on the Side peninsula. Dedicated the Greek god of light and sun, the temple has a counterpart dedicated to Athena, and both were constructed around the 2nd century CE. Take in a view of the harbor from here and appreciate the intricate detailing of the marble. While most of the temple lies in ruins, the remaining columns and foundation make it easy to imagine how this impressive temple would have once appeared. Plan to visit Temple of Apollo during your Manavgat vacation using our convenient Manavgat tourist route planner.
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  • Visited in the afternoon, people are surprisingly mail was not significantly more people in the trading numbers than on the waterfront. Near many cafes with splendid sea views. Will definitely be back to visit this place again.
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  • We visited the historic apollo side trip on 6 October 2016 for less than tapinaginida üctet Department of the standing sunset tapina more Godfrey must navigate
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  • Side has so many ancient sites dotted around and this stands just off the harbour area, where you can stroll past and through it, without charge. Breath-taking!! 
  • Beautiful temple with great views
  • Still getting rebuilt so technically not antique unlike Ephasis
  • Nice place. There are something to see
  • Nice
  • Landmark of side at the end of the peninsula. Especially beautiful illuminated at sunset and the ABEMD.
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