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“turkey” (19 reviews)
“ancient city” (9 reviews)
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Datca, Turkey
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Reviewed 2 August 2015 via mobile

It is an amazing place and must visit area if you ever visit Datca. There is only one restaurant in it and one very modern museum shop. The sea is wonderful and swimming in is once in a life time experience where old Greeks anchored...More

Thank Wertyui
Reviewed 19 July 2015

It feels good being there. We didn't prepare well to walk in the ruins so we could see just small part of it. In a short time we intend to visit again..

3  Thank gonmel
Reviewed 18 July 2015 via mobile

In order to get to this ancient city you have to drive for an hour from datca to the edge of western coast of this peninsula. When you come closer to the city center of the ancient city, white marbled square which used to be...More

Thank Rehber T
Reviewed 13 July 2015

We felt we entered the ancient history. Ruins are protected fairly. The location is a junction of Egean Sea and Mediterrenean Sea. This is answer to the reason of ancient settlement.

Thank Behcet D
Reviewed 4 July 2015

We visiting via sailing yacht and it was well worth the trip. The ruins are absolutely fantastic and so well preserved. we visited during early June and it was very quiet with only two other boats moored up in the harbour. this meant that we...More

Thank mdqt
Reviewed 22 June 2015 via mobile

My family and I visited Knidos ( be honest, with not having got much expectations). We reached the destination after an hour of drive through challenging mountain roads. Knidos was strategically located on the tip of Datca peninsula controlling sea traffic between the Aegean Sea...More

1  Thank Bilgin O
Reviewed 6 June 2015

The Knidos ruins serve one great purpose and that is for us to see what the arrogance of kings and fanatic religious movements can do to indigenous ways. A one time beautiful Greek settlement reduced to a few pillars and stretches of broken buildings reduced...More

Thank Vasanti J
Reviewed 1 June 2015

Just go, its stunning. I'm a keen photographer, so visiting Knidos was like a dream. It's everything you imagine of the Mediterranean and more. It is in need of better preservation but it is still a place that should be on any archaeology / history...More

Thank Esen E
Reviewed 25 May 2015

This Peninsula is definitively one of my favorites place in Turkey (so far!). Wild, preserved from too much constructions and sitesi, and so beautiful! If you are by car or even better by van, the road is great and lots of nice spot to camp...More

1  Thank Johan n N
Reviewed 20 May 2015

Nature was wonderful, untouched archeologic ruins with wild goats around and the blue sea wide open...

Thank GulsenDemiroz
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