While relaxing on the beach you can use our beach beds for sunbathing or cool down yourself in the clean water of teh Mediterranean Sea.
Lycian Way
Cirali village is situated on a  long-distance footpath  which The Sunday Times has listed as one of the world’s top ten walks. There is a great training waiting for you on 510 km distance! İf you wish you can walk only shor walks and visit an ancient town of Olimpos , eternal flames of Chimera, Ulupinar village or do a long walk and see places such as Saint Nicolas Church, graves in rocks at Myra or a cosy beach in Adrasan.


Only a 20-30 minute walk from the hotel. The city is located by the sea and an ice cold stream coming down from the mountains runs through the middle of it. Olympos was part of the Lycian League of about thirty city-states. It is completely covered by tall fig and bayleaf trees. There are numerous remains such as the theatre, temples and sarcophoci as well as the ancient city walls and fortresses.


One-hour. The fire-breathing monster, Chimaera, is an important symbol of the ancient Lycian civilisation and it is in Cirali. The path is good and the climb itself is not steep. We believe that visiting Chimera is a must. We recommend that you go there in the evening to see these flames eternally burning on the side of the mountains.


It is half an hour drive from Cirali in the direction of Antalya. It is right on the sea and has lovely small coves and beaches. Instead of fighting Alexandre the Great, the people of Phaselis treated him as a hero and gave him the city as a gift

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On the road to Elmali from Finike which is to the west of Cirali. The city is perched on the side oa mountain surrounded by pine forests, 650 meters above the sea level. In addition to an almost intact amphitheatre and odeon, you will also see one of the best examples of Roman baths anywhere in Turkey. You can then drive on to the town of Elmali, only 20 kilometres further. Elmali is a typical old Turkish town with many houses depicting Ottoman architecture, a very old mosque and several Ottoman tombs which are still considered sacred.

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