Phaselis Antique City, Tekirova

Situated between beaches and mountains completely immersed in greenery, Phaselis Antique City presents the crumbling remains of what was once an important harbor for the region. Merchants from Greece, Egypt, and Asian countries used it for commerce from the 7th century BCE. As you walk along its 24 m (79 ft) wide central street, you'll encounter ruins of ancient perfumeries and other stores, plus structures that housed lavish Roman baths, and theaters more than two millennia old. You'll also find forgotten artifacts and sarcophagi here. If the weather's right, you may want to refresh yourself in the sea right next to the ancient city. Our Kemer trip planner makes visiting Phaselis Antique City and other Kemer attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Independent visit this historic place. Read numerous reviews about visiting Ancient Phaselis. Decided to visit independently. From the village of dolmushe, going to Tekirova Kemer, reached the crossing of Phaselis. The fare is 6 TL. Bought a ticket for 10 Turkish liras per person. Feel the difference with the price hotel guides. No we are not poldgonjal when seeing the sights. In the South Bay good sandy beach. Customers with great pleasure to bathe and sunbathe. Showers are at a decent distance from the sea. Ibid. changing rooms and toilets. Calmly walked, read the inscription to the exhibits photographed. A wonderful visit. There is something to see. Very much organized tourist groups, single tourists and locals alike. Recommend to visit this historic place. When you visit a must-have pitevu water, a hat, sunglasses, sunblock. Good luck!
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  • Around 15 km from Kemer. Road routing. Entrance free with Museum card $20 fee for those who do not follow the path and you have towards the end of the dirt road. Entering the sea in several places. Especially the boats often dock Bay. Because you're doing both fine sand and having water 50-60 meter. Beautiful kids.
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  • This site is worth the visit on a number of levels. Firstly there are the historical ruins that many find fascinating. But for the sun worshippers then the beach is the icing on the cake. The sand str...  more »

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Where to stay in Kemer

The sparkling shores of Kemer support numerous luxury three- and four-star all-inclusive resorts, which line the pristine beaches and waterfront. If you're okay with lodging a few blocks from the beach, check out the town's budget-friendly hotels and guesthouses. These moderately priced options put you in the same area as restaurants and bars, so while you many not be right on the beach, you'll be close to everything else.
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