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Phaselis Antique City

Antalya Finike Karayolu 58. Km., Tekirova, Kemer, Turkey
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“main street” (13 reviews)
“ancient ruins” (11 reviews)
“pine trees” (14 reviews)
Antalya Finike Karayolu 58. Km., Tekirova, Kemer, Turkey
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The antiquities were in a well preserved condition but I would have liked a little more information by each area. Didn't detract from the beauty. The water was so warm to swim in and you can walk a fair distance before it becomes deep.

Thank debbievizor
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A pretty ruined town, with a main street, baths and a theatre, all running between three little beaches on a tiny presqu'ile. Drinks and snacks can be bought, Russian is spoken, because the majority of tourists visiting will be Russians. The beaches are lovely, the...More

Thank Kingsley F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Extremely busy on a Sunday, with beach goers. Easy to find, down a small but signposted lane from the main road. Entrance fee to beach & site charged unless you have a Muze Kart. Large archeological site, easy to walk around, impressive aqueduct and Main...More

Thank Bededaw
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I was there last weekend, not crowded and not bad. But i think that's higher price 20TL. Though i didn't pay that much becauee i have Turkish friend. If i would pay 20TL, i would be back home. Otherwise, walking seeing that scenary is nice.

Thank Haechang Y
Reviewed May 19, 2017

We got a taxi here from our hotel and the driver waited for two hours. Loads of history and two lovely beaches, so remember to bring your swimming costume.

Thank luxholsx
Reviewed May 14, 2017

I forgot about the time and was sunburned)) But it was worth it: the ancient pirates belonged to the greatest aesthetes in the World! And water in all three gulfs under the majestic Mount Tahtali was so cristal clear and warm...

1  Thank OksanaLv
Reviewed May 11, 2017 via mobile

Stunning place and so interesting. Was much bigger than we thought it would be. The three beaches are also very nice although we preferred the first one as wasn't as busy but was pebbles.

Thank MeliaGill
Reviewed April 27, 2017

If you try looking for this on Google Earth, you'll be disapponted as the site is entirely covered in pine forest. Sadly, there is little of architectural merit, but the seting is very impressive with its 3 harbours and 3 agoras. There is a real...More

Thank Rod F
Reviewed April 25, 2017 via mobile

Based on Lonely Planet we thought this was a visit not to be missed. So we spent 2 hours driving to visit the site. 20TL also suggested something worth visiting. We were disappointed to be honest. We have visited many more historic sites in Turkey...More

Thank Dave S
Reviewed April 21, 2017

We were lucky to come to Phaselis in the morning in the first minutes after the venue opens. So, during almost an hour we were the only visitors of the antique city. It's a remarkable place, where you can touch the history of the passed...More

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Alison W
Hi, Where can you get a bus to the Phaselis ruins from? Trying to find out if I can see the sites via public transport, as I do not drive. Thanks for your help, Alison
August 9, 2015|
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Response from Sharon P | Reviewed this property |
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