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Narlıkuyu is a part of ancient Roman Cilicia. It is 21 km eastbound of Silifke and 77 km westbound of Mersin. You can visit the small mosaic museum and Heaven and Hell chasms (Cennet-Cehennem) and the Asthma Cave, as well, all located very near each...More
It was a good experience for my family,we had started early in the morning from Adana to Mersin and many people are recommended this place to us ıt took only two hrs to drive.Nature and sea was so beatiful,it was very crowded but it worths,you...More
You should visit Narlikuyu for three reasons: First to see the mosaics in the museum, second to see the aqua color peaceful coast, third reason food!! There are a few restaurants to try, everything tastes good!!!
I like the service and there are a series of restaurants. The place is a bit expensive and I normally bargain otherwise the price it too high.... The other items, drink, salad etc. are fixed. The few is fantastic
Good sea, there is a cold water fountain going directly ti the sea when you swim it is cold outside but hit inside fantastic place to visit but be careful Apo is very expensive to eat tty othet restaurants.
First I had difficult time to find the place as there is no signs for it.
Then come the problem with language as it hard to find somebody speak English.
The price was really expensive (240 Turkish lira for a fish weighing 1kg and 600gm...More
I was so happy I made the day trip from Adana to visit Narlikuyu. We picked a restaurant along the bay and had a long late afternoon dinner. The atmosphere was perfect the bay was emerald blue. We could easily see the many fish in...More
Enjoy eating fish in one of the restaurant of the bay. Great panorama, romantic atmosphere at night. Try to swim in the cold water of the bay, especially in the crazily hot summer, it is really relieving.
Prices will be a little more expensive than...More