The area around Kemer!

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The mosque in Gonyuk

I rent a car for three days so i good see the area around Kemer.

Kemer, which is connected to Antalya through a 42 km of motorway, passing through a fascinating mountain scenery, was the ancient city called Kimeros, and now an attractive resort town. The history of this area, the ancient Lycian Peninsula, can be traced back to the Neolithic Age to the settlements at Beldibi

The resort focuses around the magnificent blue waters and colourful, fully equipped marina of Antalya bay with a backdrop of the towering, jagged peaks of the Taurus mountains. Kemer Beach is a Blue Flag beach.  The term "Blue Flag", certified by the European Union means clean beach.

There are plenty of restaurants and cafes in Kemer, offering visitors local couisine with unique blend of herbs and spices. In Kemer, music bars and discos are available for the ones who like vivacious nightlife. Other sites, which should not be missed are Yoruk Parki-an view on how the Turks lived several hundred years ago. The remains of Phaselis (on the right), which were established by the immigrants from Rhodes in 690 BC, are within easy reach. In the north of Kemer, only a few miles away and you will see another world. no tourists only the nature and the beauty of Turkey.

sylviandavid says:
so nice.... thanks for sharing......
Posted on: Nov 19, 2008
cvanzoen says:
Nou Jan ik heb zojuist je blog eens goed doorgenomen en volgens mij heb je hier een heerlijke relax vakantie gehad. Natuurlijk wel een beetje sightseeing maar dat hoort er bij. Erg mooie omgeving met al die blogs van mooie plekken in de wereld wordt mijn "verlanglijstje" steeds langer dit schiet niet op (hahaha).
Posted on: Oct 29, 2008
JP-NED says:
Komt helemaal goed!
Posted on: Oct 22, 2008
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The mosque in Gonyuk
The mosque in Gonyuk
Turkish Family!
Turkish Family!
apple tree!
apple tree!
Few on Antalya!
Few on Antalya!
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