It is the perfect opportunity to round the island to explore the local life and discover the beauties of the island! The tour passes through traditional villages and sandy beaches both on the East Coast as well as the West.
Your journey will continue from the Valley of the Butterflies, or Lindos or Kamiros, passing by the medieval castle of Monolithos, visit Sianna to buy ouzo and honey.
There will be enough time for a visit to Archangel to witness the ancient art of ceramics or swimming with the most crystal clear beaches in the southern part of the island.
Many impressive sights in your camera including the sugar cube village of Lindos with the ancient Acropolis.
Visit the traditional villages of Apolakkia, Emponas and Siana, where you can taste traditional wines and honey and experience the local hospitality.
In 1958 an earthquake devastated the coastal town of Fethiye (FEH-TEE-Yeh), staying only the ruins of the ancient city of Telmessos.
More than half a century and is still the center of western Mesogeiou.Fethiye is a natural harbor and is perhaps the only region that is best kept in the southern limits of the wide bay with scattered several islands, and we saw briefly in the film of James Bond Skyfall .
Approximately 15 km south is the Ölüdeniz, one of the seaside hot spots of Turkey and the surrounding area has many interesting attractions to explore, including the ghost town of Kayaköy (or Karmylassos), waiting patiently and silently alone over the hill.
Marmaris is a port city and a tourist resort on the Mediterranean coast, located in Mugla Province, southwest Turkey, along the shoreline in the Turkish Riviera.
Main source of income is tourism Marmaris. It has a great location between two intersecting mountain ranges from the sea, and after a construction boom in the 1980s, little is left of the fishing village that Marmaris was not until the late 20th century. In 2010 the city's population was 30,957, and peaks at approximately 300,000 to 400,000 people during the tourism season.
It is also a center for sailing and diving, has two large and several smaller marinas. It is a popular wintering location for hundreds of cruise ships, which are also served by the nearby Dalaman airport.
Marmaris has a warm Mediterranean climate characterized by a hot and humid summer and cool, rainy winter.
Summers are hot and humid, and temperatures are very high during the heatwave in July and August. October is still warm and bright, and many tourists prefer to visit in early autumn, especially in September, because the temperatures are not so hot.
Despite the fact that more than one million tourists flock to the beaches, boutique hotels and clubs of every summer, Bodrum (Bodrum in ancient times), he never loses his temper. More than any other Turkish coastal resort, has an enigmatic elegance diakatechei.To the great castle of the city, glittering marina with full louloudiakai the coating alleys. Even in the most hectic days of summer, you can still find small corners of calm in the city and particularly in peripheral coastal villages.
Previously, it was a simple fishing village, and old remember even when everything was in a different location or non-existent world.
All this began to change after when one of the inmates took the prison. Writer Cevat Sakir Kabaağaçlı (aka Fisherman of Halicarnassus) exiled to Bodrum drowsiness in 1925, and quickly loved this place. After his time, proceeded to turn a generation of Turkish intellectuals, writers and artists to the charm of Bodrum in the mid-1940s and since then there is no turning back.
Since the 1980s, wealthy foreigners started coming, and today's Bodrum is a favorite place for everyone.
The Cleovoulos, is one of the seven sages of ancient Greece lived and ruled.
Lindos was a center of civilized life of art and culture. The temple of Athena was built by Kleovoulou 550 BC and rebuilt in the 3rd century BC in the form we see today.
The Apostle Paul was in Lindos and founded the Rhodian church, and gave his name to St. Paul's Bay.
When the Hellenistic and Byzantine world fell to the Saracen invaders, the Knights of St. John took over the island.
Fortified the Acropolis, incorporating the old Byzantine church that is still visible.
The church, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin was built by the Knights in the 14th century and painted by George of Symi in the traditional style in 1779.
The fascination of Lindos depends on the layering of the centuries providing a distinctive flavor, the ancient Greeks, the knights, the houses of the 18th century ship masters, the restaurants and shops of today.