Towards the western end of the Mediterranean, the Fethiye region which Kayakoy belongs to is mainly known for summer-beach-holidays. However, it has many advantages during the Fall season,
In addition to its beauty and tranquil natural surroundings, Kayakoy village – Turkey has also historical sites that will take you to a journey through time. You have on one side the ancient Lycian tombs that I described in an article from December 29th 2016, and a hidden old greek, orthodox, hidden monastery on ther other side. This particular, almost mystical place
Turkey is known for the beauty of its beautiful coastline and pristine beaches often with a backdrop of green pine forest and mountains. Turkey’s South-Western shore, also called Turquoise Coast, also comprises archaeological sites.
Once again on this wonderful winter day I decide spontaneously, as I usually do, to have a relaxing hike to the Blue Lagoon near Oludeniz, Turkey. I would like to share this superb hike I had through the Ghost Town of Kayakoy and surrounding hill forest, with you.
Turkey has the most intact ancient ruins than anywhere else. The Lycian Coast, to where Kayakoy belongs to, is known for an incredible history. Waves of people, states, eras, and empires have left their mark on the coastline and mountains, the people and culture.
Many people visit Kayakoy to spend a relaxing holiday in beautiful villas and participate in activities like swimming, boating, camel riding etc. On the days when you’re not relaxing by the pool, or sun-bathing, you can still embrace the outdoors as well as Kayakoy’s magnificent countryside by visiting some of Kayakoy’s ruins and Lycian tumbs.…
We are more than happy to be able to interact with our guest and friends through this blog and hope to share as much as we can about life at Eden-Villas in Kayakoy, and information about activities in the surrounding Lycian region. As you noticed in our website we are a family renting out private…