Turkey – the Lycian Coast tour

Hi everyone. My wife and I returned from a fab week’s holiday in Turkey on 18 November … fab weather with warm to hot sunny days (and only one afternoon of heavy rain), and not many tourists around as November is “out of season” … November is the first of three months of winter in Turkey. The tour was with Premio Travel by the way … it was very well organised and was good value for money. It was our first holiday in Turkey, and we were very impressed.

Since our return to the UK, I’ve spent most of my “spare time” sorting and editing about 750 RAW images – my holiday snaps, a selection of which I’ve put onto Flickr. I’ve made a further selection to pick out a few of my better ones to show to you now …

Boat trip down the River Dalyan

Boat trip down the River Dalyan

Ephesus ... view down-town.

Ephesus … view downtown.

The Celsus Library in Ephesus

The Celsus Library in Ephesus

Pamukklale pools

Pamukkale pools

Pamukklale pools
Pamukkale pools

Silk carpet at Denizli

Silk carpet at Denizli

Antalya - restaurant with sea view

Antalya – restaurant with sea view

Antalya Harbour

Antalya Harbour

Antalya Harbour

Antalya Harbour

Antalya street

Antalya street

Hadrian's Gate in Antalya

Hadrian’s Gate in Antalya

Antalya Park

Antalya Park

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2 thoughts on “Turkey – the Lycian Coast tour

  1. Have browsed your flickr sets of Turkey, nice photos from the G15. Hope your surviving the storm we see on our TV news at present. Sorry to see there is one fatality in Nottinghamshire. regards from a humid hot summers day here in NZ

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