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The island is known as St Nicolas / Noel Baba island. There are ruins of 4 churches and a graveyard. It is better if you wear sneakers due to the steep rough slope. With flip flops my friend was about the injure herself. Entrance fee...More
I hope that I am writing my review in the correct place as I am going to talk about "St Nicholas island" which was one of the stop-off places we enjoyed visiting on an organised boat trip during our week in Olu Deniz...
We accessed this island beach by quad biking from Oludeniz. The views were spectacular but the beach and facilities not so much. Oil spill on beach wasn't warned/signposted and our shoes were fatally ruined. Staff didn't seem bothered and cleaned us with petrol. Cafe was...More
I love This ISLAND,BUT VERY DIFFICULT TO CLIMB WHEN YOU ARE Older,and not Fit.LOVELY AMAZING VIEWS,from the top well worth a visit,Amazing Views this island is packed with History ST Nicholas Island.i did make the Top this Time,but you have to have a slow pace,INPORTANT...More
As others have said, the day boats don't add to the atmosphere but hardly any of the tourists ventured further than 200 yards from their boats. The climb to see the various ruined churches is well worth it for the views alone. We saw some...More
Beatiful nature, but overly crowded by gulets making day trips. Better to go after 17:00 and leave early in the morning. Around 10:00 - 11:00 o'clock a local couple comes with their boats to sell great gözlemes.
We anchored here and had help with our line ashore by a local guy in a dinghy. As a result we decided to eat dinner in his restaurant on the beach in the evening. What a mistake that was. There was no menu or prices,...More
Great place to go, just off the tourist trail. Can get there with Dolmus or hire a car. Head out to Kayakoy from Hisaronu and take a left turn on roundabout after The Ruins. Follow on for a few miles and you will find it....More
Gemiler Island (Turkish: Gemiler Adası) is an island located off the coast of Turkey near the city ofFethiye. On the island are the remains of several churches built between the fourth and sixth centuries AD, along with a variety of associated buildings. Archaeologists believe it was the location of...More
Walk through the door and you can't explain it, you just feel peace.
This little pearl of a store is a really cool place. The workers are the sweetest people and knew how to make you feel like you needed to go nowhere else. Great...More
You can hire boats in Oludeniz or Fethiye, either to be taken there or pilot yourself. If you pilot yourself, make sure you have some sea legs with you. Only hire a boat yourself, if you know what you are doing. I have no... More
You can hire boats in Oludeniz or Fethiye, either to be taken there or pilot yourself. If you pilot yourself, make sure you have some sea legs with you. Only hire a boat yourself, if you know what you are doing. I have no idea what the hire rates are !! Ask around with the firms on Oludeniz seafront. You may be surprised 👍