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Great holmertz 2020-01-17 3:51

Hello Chris,
The empty white deck chairs are nicely matched by the white waves heading for the shore. Obviously this beach would look very different in a few days when the season had started.
I never heard of Turkish buses just moving within one province. Couldn't the difficulty to find a bus be due to the relatively sparsely populated area? The many tourists probably use sightseeing buses or stay out at their local beach.

Old 01-17-2020, 10:58 AM
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Hej Gert

Yes it is in a remote area of Antalya right on the Mugla border. But if you want to actually get on or off at Kinik, most buses are express and do not stop there. Domestic Turkish tourists drive in by car. In a way it's good that it's difficult to get to by public transport, as that preserves the area from mass tourism. Only a few people were at the Patara ruins, which was great. Ephesus was jam packed. Cheers!
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