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“ancient city” (9 reviews)
Datca, Turkey
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Knidos restaurant at ancient knidos harbour is a rip off. No menu, no prices but in the end it will cost twice as much as anywhere else you might go on the Aegean coast. If you are sailing and decide to stop there for...More

Thank Ackers888
Reviewed 1 week ago

Fabulous place, so much to see and incredibly beautiful. There is probably too much to see in 1 visit and you certainly need a good supply of water to get you round. It's quite. along drive from Datca, but highly recommended.

Thank John S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have visited a lot more impressive sites than this in Turkey - worth a visit, but probably not more than once!

Thank Gordon R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We last visited knidos 30 years ago by boat. This time we drove there. There has been an enormous amount of work done to improve the site and uncover more. Think on our first visit there were no signs or explanations at all. Lovely to...More

Thank valerie g
Reviewed 15 April 2017

The city here was extensive. The necropolis alone went 7 km outside the city walls. The ruins are not overwhelming, but imagining what is was like... and what a location. Is often pretty windy, take a jacket and hold onto your hat. The walk to...More

Thank MikeKelso
Reviewed 11 April 2017

From the secret heavens of turkish. Every color of blue at sea brillant. There is a historical city of centuries. Everyone should see.

Thank Anrel N
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Impressive cultural landscape and a wonderful ancient city where the Aegean and the Mediterranean meet. Not to be missed.

Thank academicexplorer
Reviewed 15 December 2016

There are ruins of the Knidos city. A theater and some other structures. There are 2 coves, in one of them, boats of the local fishermen's reside. And in the second one, there is a pier with portable extension (ponton). During the day, there is...More

Thank U G
Reviewed 21 October 2016

The journey was a pleasant drive through hills and fields. The views at Knidos were very enjoyable. Unless, you are archaeologically inclined then the site itself may be a little disappointing. The local bus timetable allows for an hour or so amongst the ruins and...More

Thank tomamca
Reviewed 17 October 2016

This is not an easy place to get to especially at the end of the summer season. The owner of our hotel kindly drove us there, we were not disappointed. The ruins covered a large area and your need one to two hours to visit...More

Thank OldRocker3
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