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Phaselis Antique City, Tekirova
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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. A visit to Phaselis Antique City represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Kemer itinerary builder to plot your vacation.
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If you are a bit sunburnt- this trip to ancient city ruins on the coast of sea will add you a touchable feeling about history of these lands BC, that now is preasent Turkey. As the season comes to cal... read more »
Зашли погулять по руинам во время отпуска в Турции. Мы прибыли почти к открытию, около 8 утра, и некоторое время были одни. Вход стоил по 20 лир. Приятно погуляли полчаса по руинам. Затем начали приез... read more »Went for a walk around the ruins while on holiday in Turkey. We arrived almost to the opening, around 8 am, and have been for some time alone. Entrance cost of 20 lire. Nice walked half an hour around the ruins. Then buses started coming with large tourist groups. As always the guides did not hasten, one group stood at some stone and listened to the story guide minutes 30. We bypassed all 20-30 minutes. Most liked the theatre, it is near the coast and to him goes the wooden staircase.show original
I read about Phaselis on trip advisor & suggested we visit. So glad we did. The three bays are beautiful and lovely warm & shallow to swim in. The roman ruins are amazingly well preserved & what is lo... read more »
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