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I came here as part of a combined tour so only spent about 1 1/2 hours here. Managed to see everything still, fascinating to look at and we had a short tour witch was very informative. Site had a small cafe that sold some souvenirs...More
We really enjoyed this ruin site which is set between two beaches. There is a small amphitheater which has a beautiful view of the mountain. There are a few remaining structures and really no restrictions to roaming through the ruin site. The only complaint is...More
This place used to be a port city during the roman era, it is absolutely stunning, you can swim at the coves and enjoy a trek across one of the oldest ruins in the world. There is an amphitheatre, bath houses. its only for 20...More
We went to Phaselis on the local bus, just let the bus driver know and he makes the detour to the entrance to the park. It is still being excavated so the fee of 20 tl per person is well worth it. It is around...More
We arrived from our hotel via local bus which cost around £1.20 each. Just a few pounds to get in. Once past the gates there is a good 10-15 min walk to one of the coves and some ruins. There is a lake nearby filled...More
Popped down here for a few hours and looked around.
Not much to say other than BEAUTIFUL!! It really is stunning and well worth the small entry fee.
Couple of hours is enough to look around but if you take your speedos you could be...More
If you are interested in Roman history this place is worth a visit if staying in Tekirova. The ancient site is surrounded by a lovely beach cove and woodland. Perfect for an afternoon picnic, walk or cycle.
The are toilets, showers and a kiosk with...More
If you go to the main bus station in Kemerovo which is by the clock tower you can get on the number 8 bus. Sometimes the buses do not have numbers so look for the place name of Phasilis on the front of the bus. Cost is about... More
If you go to the main bus station in Kemerovo which is by the clock tower you can get on the number 8 bus. Sometimes the buses do not have numbers so look for the place name of Phasilis on the front of the bus. Cost is about 7 lira for two people each way. The entry fee is 20 lira each. There is a bit of a walk from the entrance down to the site. Lovely little bays so you could take a picnic and go for a swim. Take shoes that can go in the water as beach is pebbles but water is beautifully clean. Hope you enjoy your visit we did.
We were staying at a hotel about 10 minutes from Phaselis and our local bus went there but if you are staying in or near the town of Kemer you can easily get a bus. Phaselis is written on the front so you know it will go... More
We were staying at a hotel about 10 minutes from Phaselis and our local bus went there but if you are staying in or near the town of Kemer you can easily get a bus. Phaselis is written on the front so you know it will go there. Well worth doing, especially earlier in the day before it gets too hot. It is about a 1km walk down from the road after you get off the bus. On our return, there was a local taxi in the car park and we jumped in that for our return journey.