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    September is a great time to visit.

    Antalya and then visit Manavgat, Perge and Termessos
    The old city is really nice and there are some okay beaches.

    Finike, Demre and Kumluca are not that great to stop in, although there is a nice (local) hamam in Finike.

    Head to Cirali and go to Phasylis along the way.

    Kas is lovely, Kalkan not quite so nice. From here you could scuba, paraglide or just hang out, or head up into the Taurus Mountains and trek along the Lycian Way.

    Xanthos and Letoon are must sees, as is the fantastic beach and ruins at Patara.

    Head to Saklikent and arrange to walk up the gorge in the freezing water and then stop for lunch at one of the river restaurants where they catch the fresh trout and cook it for you. about 8 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Bodrum, antalya,alanya, marmaris, kuşadası, kaş, göcek
    Shortl; eastern and southern coasts almost 8 years ago

    Answered by Ozan/ 32 via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
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    Hello , September is a beautiful moon to visit......
    At this time , you can enjoy your holiday on the beach ....İf you like a holiday village ; about this ; Antalya ,Bodrum , Çeşme are nice selection...Because there are a lot of resort , beaches , night clubs ... there are the best in Turkey...
    If you want to listen to the head ; the best town is Kaş...Here is the most peaceful place of Turkey...But if you interest history , certainly ; Göreme , Efes , Pamukkale , Çanakkale.... Anyway have nice holiday to you , take care....... about 7 years ago

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    Kas for sophisticated Mediterranean; Olympos for Roman ruins and echoes of the hippy trail; Fethiye for a buzzy, cosmopolitan seaside town with good food and shopping. Of course I could mention Goreme, Konya and Gallipolli, but visited the others more recently - 2012. almost 7 years ago

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