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Esenciales en Kumluca

Establishment
“The Ancient City of Olympos, The ruins of the ancient city end in a valley that holds numerous pensions and guest houses. The valley is bound on the water side by Mount Omurga.”
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Campground
“This ravine, 30 km from Fethiye, cuts deeply into the mountains of the Akdaǧlar Range. Most visitors come to trek the gorge, which has wooden boardwalks along parts of the trail above the river.”
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Point of Interest
“See the eternal flames, bring marshmallow or sausages to grill on the flames. From there it's possible to hike to Ulupinar ‪Chimaera‬ is a place in southern ‪Turkey‬ where gas coming out of the rock self-ignites on contact with air. The place is most beautiful at night. These flames were a source of mythology. Called in Turkish ‪Yanartaş‬ (flaming rock), it consists of some two dozen vents in the ground, grouped in two patches on the hillside above the Temple of Hephaistos about 3 km north of ‪Çıralı‬, near ancient ‪Olympos‬, in ‪Lycia‬. The vents emit burning methane thought to be of metamorphic origin, which in ancient times sailors could navigate by, and which today is used to brew tea. In ‪Greek‬ ‪mythology‬, the Chimera is a monstrous creature made of the parts of multiple animals. Descriptions vary – some say it had the body of a goat, the tail of a snake or dragon and the head of a lion, though others say it had heads of both the goat and lion, with a snake for a tail. All descriptions, however, agree that it breathed fire from one or more of its heads. Sighting the chimera was a sign of storms, shipwrecks, and natural disasters (particularly volcanos). In Medieval Christian art, the chimera appears as a symbol of Satanic forces. Chimera was finally defeated by Bellerophon with the help of ‪Pegasus‬, the winged horse, at the command of King Iobates of Lycia.”
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Establishment
“Adrasan has much to offer. A Turkish village featuring a bay surrounded by mountains and pine forest. Beach lokantas with a variety of menus and magical river restaurants, day or evening.”
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Natural Feature
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Lodging
“Olympos is a Lycian and Roman ruined city, which lies along the banks of a small river and lagoon close to a pebble beach. A village of backpacker accommodation and "treehouses" has sprung up close by”
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Transit Station
“Akdeniz bölgesinin sahile yakın en yüksek dağı.Teleferikle çıkıp etrafı seyredebılır.çay,kahve ve yiyecek alabilirsiniz.”
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Transportation
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Grocery or Supermarket
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Nature
“Public sandy beaches starts here. No fee . Just you and your towel will do. There are little beach cafes that you can have toast or sandwiches.”
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Place to eat
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Place to eat
“nice walks by the marina and there is the meatball grill sandwich kiosk open all night”
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Establishment
“Olympos is just 10 km from Adrasan and is well worth a visit. It is a unique ancient city featuring tree houses and cafes. A great day out.”
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Lodging
“Stunning Long Sandy Beach. With amazing Ruins. Walk through them and you will find some nice Restaurants.”
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Point of Interest
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Cafeteria
“Konyaaltı Steakhouse Lara Balıkevi Adar Balıkevi Başoğlu ve bolca güzel vakit geçirilebilecek cafeler.”
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