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A warm welcome awaits you at the Hotel Patara Viewpoint. Set in a stunning position on the hillside above the village, the hotel offers peace and tranquility in a delightful setting.


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The Telegraph says...

The Hotel Patara Viewpoint, in Gelemis, Turkey, is a Patara hotel offering rustic charm, lovely views and simply furnished bedrooms - rating 9/10 ... read original article »

The Guardian says...

It's not posh, but it has enthusiastic, knowledgeable owners who really care about this wonderful area. It's comfortable, very affordable and the nearby beach is world renowned, yet not overcrowded.

The Telegraph says ..

Loggerhead turtles have impeccable taste when choosing their breeding grounds. This is perhaps the loveliest beach in Turkey, if not the Mediterranean
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Wedding Day Magazine says ..

All you need is a little plot of paradise. We’ve scoured the world to bring you 25 breathtaking holidays – and all for under £1000 for two.
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  • Rough Guide to Turkey
  • Lonely Planet Guide to Turkey
  • La Guide Routarde
  • Sunflower Guides (Kas-Dalyan)

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Patara Gate, Patara ancient site

2000 years ago Patara was the largest and most important sea port of the Lycian civilization. According to mythology Apollo was born here and It is also said to be the birth place of St. Nicholas. The archaeological site now forms part of a protected area, along with the beach more »


Patara Beach

18km of wondrous white sands backed by dunes and the Taurus mountains. Regularly featured as one of the worlds most beautiful beaches. One of the few remaining beaches in the world where the loggerhead turtles still come to lay their eggs more »


Patara Village Store

In Patara life slows to a different pace – where time can be forgotten. A holiday here offers peace and tranquility. Its unique character and perfect location, close to the sea, mountains, gorges, forests and many of the country’s most fascinating archaeological sites, make it an ideal base from which to explore this beautiful part of Turkey more »


Bademli Apartments, Patara

Four beautiful apartments situated in the middle of an olive grove above the village of Patara. The apartments are bright and airy with contemporary interiors. Each apartment has a large open plan living area with fully fitted kitchen, a bathroom, one or two bedrooms and has been accessorized throughout using local textiles and artwork. more »


Patara beach at sunset perfect for honeymoons

Recommended by ‘wedding day magazine’ as one of their 25 dream tickets for a honeymoon. The hotel Patara Viewpoint offers a relaxing hideaway in a quiet, romantic setting more »


Sunken City at Kekova

For the discerning traveler wanting to explore some of the many interesting archaeological sites, ancient monuments and places of natural beauty along the Lycian coast, a wide variety of small group excursions is available to you more »


Viewpoint Villas Kalkan Turkey

An attractive group of 6 luxury villas in Kalkan. Built on the hillside to take advantage of the panoramic seascape, the villas are set in attractive gardens and each has private swimming pool and wonderful views ...visit site »


The Golden Pension

Established in 1984 as the first pension In Patara, the ‘Golden’ continues to extend a warm welcome to everyone who stays. Set in the heart of the village, this friendly, family owned pension has 14 comfortable rooms and a delightful terrace restaurant more »


Kalkan Marina

A picturesque harbour village, situated on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. Kalkan nestles snugly in the cliffs overlooking the bay. The whitewashed, bougainville covered houses and steep cobbled streets lead down to the pretty sea front and harbour more »