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List of Best Things to do in Mugla, Turkey
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1. Bodrum Castle
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The 10 Best luxury hotels in Mugla, Turkey
TOP 10 Best luxury hotels in Mugla, Turkey
1. Caresse a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Bodrum, Gumbet, Turkey
Address: Adnan Menderes Cad. No: 89 Asarlik Mevkii / Bodrum, 48400 Gumbet, Turkey
2. Sertil Deluxe Hotel & Spa - Adult Only, Oludeniz, Turkey
Address: Guzgulu Mevkii 134 1 Fethiye, 48300 Oludeniz, Turkey
3. Swissotel Resort Bodrum Beach, Turgutreis, Turkey
Address: Turgutreis Mahallesi, Gazi Mustafa Kemal Bulvari No:42, 48400 Turgutreis, Turkey
4. Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum, Golturkbuku, Turkey
Address: Cennet Koyu Comca Mevkii Golturkbuku, 48400 Golturkbuku, Turkey
5. Mivara Luxury Resort & Spa / Bodrum, Gundogan, Turkey
Address: Gundogan Mah. Farilya Kucukbuk Cad. No: 9 Bodrum Mugla, 48400 Gundogan, Turkey
6. Sentido Lykia Resort & SPA - Adults Only (+16), Oludeniz, Turkey
Address: Uzunyurt Koyu Kidrak Mevkii No:1, 48380 Oludeniz, Turkey
7. D Maris Bay
Address: Datca Yolu Hisaronu Mevkii 35. Km Marmaris Mugla, 48700 Hisaronu, Turkey
8. Alesta Yacht Hotel
Address: Yacht Harbour no:17, 48300 Fethiye, Turkey
9. Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort & Spa
Address: Sarigerme Turizm Bolgesi, 48610 Dalaman, Turkey
10. The Bodrum EDITION
Address: Dirmil Mahallesi, Balyek Caddesi No 5A Bodrum, 48990 Yalikavak, Turkey
Top 10 Trips for Adrenaline Junkies
Top 10 Trips for Adrenaline Junkies
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These once in a lifetime experiences aren’t for everyone - or the faint of heart. Welcome to MojoTravels, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 10 Trips for Adrenaline Junkies
For this list, we’re looking at all manner of pulse-pounding, activity-specific trips from around the world that are sure to get your heart racing.
#10: Volcano Boarding at Cerro Negro
#9: Sea Kayaking in the Pacific Ocean
#8: Mountain Biking in the High Atlas Mountains
Toubkal National Park, Morocco
#7: The Great Wall Marathon
Huangya Pass, China
#6: Paragliding at Babadağ Mountain
Muğla Province, Turkey
#5: Base Jumping Angel Falls
Canaima National Park, Venezuela
#4: Exploring Active Volcanoes
#3, #2, #1 . . .??
Inside The Marmaris - Turkey
Marmaris is a port city and tourist resort on the Mediterranean coast, located in Muğla Province, southwest Turkey, along the shoreline of the Turkish Riviera.
Although it is not certain when Marmaris was founded, in the 6th century BC the site was known as Physkos and considered part of Caria.
According to the historian Herodotus, there had been a castle on the site since 3000 BC. In 334 BC, Caria was invaded by Alexander the Great and the castle of Physkos was besieged. The 600 inhabitants of the town realised that they had no chance against the invading army and burned their valuables in the castle before escaping to the hills with their women and children. The invaders, well aware of the strategic value of the castle, repaired the destroyed sections to house a few hundred soldiers before the main army returned home.
The city became known as Marmaris during the period of the Beylik of Menteşe; the name derives from the Turkish word mermer, Greek màrmaron (marble) in reference to the rich deposits of marble in the region, and the prominent role of the city's port in the marble trade.
In the mid-fifteenth century, Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror conquered and united the various tribes and kingdoms of Anatolia and the Balkans, and acquired Constantinople. The Knights of St. John, based in Rhodes had fought the Ottoman Turks for many years; they also withstood the onslaughts of Mehmed II. When sultan Suleiman the Magnificent set out for the conquest of Rhodes, Marmaris served as a base for the Ottoman Navy and Marmaris Castle was rebuilt from scratch in 1522.
Lord Nelson and his entire fleet sheltered in the harbour of Marmaris in 1798, en route to Egypt to defeat Napoleon's armada during the Mediterranean campaign.
The 1957 Fethiye earthquakes almost completely destroyed the city. Only the Marmaris Castle and the historic buildings surrounding the fortress were left undamaged.
Since 1979, renovation work has been continuing at the castle. Under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture, the castle was converted into a museum. There are seven galleries. The largest is used as an exhibition hall, the courtyard is decorated with seasonal flowers. Built at the same time as the castle in the bazaar, there is also a small Ottoman caravanserai built by Suleiman's mother Ayşe Hafsa Sultan.
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Marmaris is a port city and tourist resort on the Mediterranean coast, located in Muğla Province, southwest Turkey.
Мармарис - курорт на юге-западе Турции, на побережье Эгейского моря, недалеко от точки, где оно соединяется со Средиземным. Находится в провинции Мугла, примерно в 80 км от международного аэропорта Даламан.
Turkey: Mugla and its market
The old part of Mugla and its market
Coolest Beach in Turkey - Episode 6
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Turkey. Travel to the island Kekova. Ruins of Simena. Part 3
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Kekova, also named Caravola (Lycian: Dolichiste), is a small Turkish island near Demre (Demre is the Lycian town of Myra) district of Antalya province which faces the villages of Kaleköy (ancient Simena) and Üçağız (ancient Teimioussa). Kekova has an area of 4.5 km2 (2 sq mi) and is uninhabited.
After the Italian occupation of Kastelorizo, Kekova — which at that time was temporarily inhabited during summer because of wood harvest — was disputed between Italy and Turkey. The 1932 Convention between Italy and Turkey assigned it to Turkey.
On its northern side there are the partly sunken ruins of Dolchiste/Dolikisthe, an ancient town which was destroyed by an earthquake during the 2nd century. Rebuilt and still flourishing during the Byzantine Empire period, it was finally abandoned because of Arab incursions. Tersane (meaning dockyard, as its bay was the site of an ancient city Xera and dockyard, with the ruins of a Byzantine church) is at the northwest of the island.
The Kekova region was declared a specially protected area on 18 January 1990 by Turkish Ministry of Environment and Forest. All kinds of diving and swimming were prohibited and subject to special permits from governmental offices. In later years the prohibition has been lifted except for the part where the sunken city is.
The Kekova region is 260 km2 (100 sq mi) and encompasses the island of Kekova, the villages of Kaleköy and Üçağız and the four ancient towns of Simena, Aperlae, Dolchiste and Teimioussa.
Kaleköy (locally just Kale) (ancient Simena) is a Lycian site on the Turkish coast. It is a small village with the partly sunken ruins of Aperlae and a castle. Access to the village is possible only by sea.
Üçağız (ancient name, Teimioussa) is a village one km from Kaleköy, north of a small bay by the same name, with the ruins of Teimioussa to the east. The name Üçağız means three mouths, referring to the three exits to open sea.
Review: Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort & Spa, Muğla Province, Turkey - July 2017
This is a detailed video review of the Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort & Spa in Turkey, from July 2017.
I stayed at the Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort & Spa in Turkey, in July 2017, two of us stayed for 1 week, all-inclusive booked as a package with Jet2Holidays. The package included return flights from Leeds Bradford Airport to Dalaman Airport, 2 complimentary drinks each on the plane, extra leg-room seats on the plane, airport transfers in Turkey, 7 night's accommodation in a room with a sea view, all-inclusive premium brand drinks (24 hours a day), all-inclusive food from 07:00 until 01:00, and use of the majority of the resort's facilities as well as entertainment. This cost £1,192 per person, and whilst expensive, represents a very good value holiday experience, considering the scope and luxury of what is on offer.
The staff were extremely courteous, and very polite, welcoming and groomed to perfection, they all looked amazing in their crisp uniforms. The reception and lobby area is a vast wood, steel and glass building, with a cavernous open space giving the feeling of being outside and indoors. The lobby is spread over four floors.
Our room was on the third floor, which is the same as the reception, you enter the reception at the upper level. There is one floor above this, which also has access to bedrooms and a bar - the Rouge Bar.
Our room (1342) was very large, the bed was a super-king sized bed, the floors were carpeted (so no chair scrapes from the floor above), and there were ample plug sockets for charging up all manner of gadgets.
There was a large double wardrobe, ample shelves, drawers, a dressing table, several mirrors, large safe (easily held a laptop), tea and coffee making facilities, and a mini-bar that was FREE and re-stocked daily.
The bathroom was open plan, with a closed off shower / bath area and a separate toilet area. The shower was completely accessible, no step up at all, in a wet-room configuration, with a bath-tub and second shower next to it. This was well thought out.
The toilet was in a separate room on it's own.
The room had a balcony overlooking the gardens towards the sea. It was dubbed ‘a sea view room’, above the tree tops on the horizon, we could see a snippet of the blue sea.
The bars were very good, all premium brand spirits and superb bar-staff.
The main buffet restaurant ‘Sarigerme’ was amazing, definitely the best food I have ever eaten in Turkey, and the widest buffet selection that I have ever seen at a hotel anywhere in the world.
There are several other restaurants and bars dotted around the site, which are also included in the all-inclusive deal. As well as these, there are several a-la-carte restaurants, which cost 15 Euro per head on an evening, with all-inclusive drinks.
The site has seven outdoor swimming pools, three indoor pools and a Turkish Bath. The swimming pools at this resort are quite simply amazing. Each accommodation block has its own pool, these were always quiet. There is an activity pool, a kids pool and a chilled out adults only pool, there is also a water park with slides – again this is all free to use.
The gardens are enormous, and an army of gardeners are constantly mowing, watering and pruning all day long.
There is a private beach, which has sun loungers, bar and a short jetty.
The majority of customers at the resort seemed to be from Turkey, Ukraine, Russia and the UK, along with a few Iranians, Americans and Italians.
I asked for daily occupancy percentages, and during my stay this fluctuated between 70% and 95%, but it just never felt busy. The resort is vast with so many facilities, that even when nearly full it just doesn’t feel it. It really is a great place.
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