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An absolute gem on Turkey’s coastline. The outskirts of the town are unremarkable but on approaching the marina some ancient walls present themselves on the the left hand side. We visited in late October expecting to be underwhelmed HOWEVER having spotted a few cows grazing...More
Located off the mountain road between Avsar and Akbuk. It's signposted off the road. Park in the ruins car park and take a stroll along the harbour looking up to the castle remains and those of the sunken village out at sea.
The fish restaurants...More
The restaurant at Port Iasos Marina is superb. It's right on the waterfront and has great service. It's not particularly cheap by Turkish standards but still reasonably priced and the food is excellent. The ambience is great and the staff are really obliging. We love...More
You have to drive toward the village of Kiyikislacik. From Bodrum it takes perhaps 45-60 minutes along D330 and D525. North of Milas brown sign “Iasos” tells you to turn left. From there the road is uninteresting, you pass some quarry. We had no trouble...More