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We had a great time at Simena pansiyon ! They are together with Kale pansiyon so you can eat and hang out by the seashore at Kale. We loved our room overlooking the bay. It was like a dream. A hidden gem. It was surrounded...More
This is the 5th time we visited and it never fails to be an absolutely fantastic. The pansiyon rooms are quaint and beautifully clean and the owners, Yasin and Hatice go out of their way to welcome you. From the moment you're picked up from...More
We took a boat trip from Ucagiz to Kekova two years ago and promised ourselves we would return and stay a couple of days. In the event we stayed for a week enjoying the most peaceful week ever. Yasin and Hatice were outstanding hosts and...More
This is one of those special places you'll always remember in your travels, no other way to describe it. A rustic, lovely family owned pension with two wonderful hosts, Yasin and Hatice, who are welcoming and memorable, in a seaside village where just 150 people...More
We stayed here for 3 nights in April and found it hard to leave. Apart from the idyllic location Hatice & Yasin's hospitality was wonderful. We had forgotten the information about not being able to drive to Kale and had last minute concerns about how...More
Simena Pension is a small pension, not a hotel as such. The owners (Yasin & Hatice) both speak English and are very welcoming and we enjoyed staying there. You need to know that there are no cars in the village & to get... More
Simena Pension is a small pension, not a hotel as such. The owners (Yasin & Hatice) both speak English and are very welcoming and we enjoyed staying there. You need to know that there are no cars in the village & to get there you contact the owners who come over in their runabout to pick you up.
1. You can sunbathe & swim from the area in front of another property (Kale Pension) owned by the extended family. There are also kayaks available for the use of guests at no charge. There isn't a sandy beach.
2. We drove to Ucagiz Village and were picked up to go across to Kale by boat. I believe there would be a shuttle from Antalya airport but i don't think the price would be covered by the owners.
3. You'd need to check with the owners as it would depend on the season. We contacted them by email before we left and found they were quite responsive. The B&B cost includes a very generous Turkish breakfast. The couple don't usually provide dinner at Simena but there are other places around for dinner.