Discover the best top things to do in Yaniklar, Turkey including Fethiye Harbour, Yesil Vadi, Kadyanda (Cadianda), Hotel Room Escape, The Reef Bar, Katranci Koyu Tabiat Parki, Lycian Way, Kayakoy, Billy's Beach, Old Town.
Restaurants in Yaniklar
4.5 based on 595 reviews
Whenever we go olu deniz we always get the dolmas ( bus) here for 11 lira two people.has a great market in the afternoon on Tuesdays.can then go for a nice walk along the harbour with some lovely restaurants on the waterfront.all very nice
3.5 based on 34 reviews
We got taken to the wrong Yesil Vadi we wanted to go to the one near Dalyan but tried to make the most of it as it looked lovely still. The staff were extremely unwelcoming and said no food or drink to begin with even though they gave our Turkish driver drinks and breakfast and other Turks that were there, eventually they begrudgingly gave us a pot of tea but charged us 30tl for it! It's a lovely place but falling to bits and some of the treehouses were very dangerous. I'd never go back and wouldn't recommend anyone does!
4.5 based on 55 reviews
We were greeted by the guardian's puppy, FINDIK, which played with my shoelaces for 10 minutes. This site is a delightful setting full of birdsong. My wife spotted a short-toed tree creeper. Sadly the site is heavily overgrown with pines and has suffered terribly from earthquakes. If I had not had a map, I would never have recognised the agora. The Roman baths are of an unusual design, and it has long been debated about whether they really are the baths. One notable feature is the use of buttresses for the cyclopean walls, a feature I have not seen elsewhere on any site I've visited in Turkey of this period. I later learnt that on the S side of the hill is a group of monumental tombs. That of Salas depicts a mounted warrior. Parts of this tomb are in the British Museum
5 based on 113 reviews
Can you imagine, you wake up in a strange hotel, and find yourself locked in. You've got 60 minutes to escape!!! Do you think you have what it takes? You will have to solve puzzles, riddles, & identify clues. Using your powers of observation and problem solving you and your team will have to work together to be able to escape within the hour.
Whilst on holiday, we wanted something different to entertain us (late 20’s couple) and our grandparents (early 80’s couple) so we could all enjoy something together. I can definitely say we all loved the experience. 60 minutes all working together to escape the room before the clock runs out! No worries about “what if I’m not good enough”, as the personable owners (Jane and Ali) explain everything before you go in, and can even give clues to people who need that extra bit of help throughout. The clues were challenging but could be solved with a bit of thought and and attention to what’s available in the room. Absolutely brilliant all around, only 10 minutes away from the busy resorts of Hisaronu and Olu Deniz and even better to be able to get excellent food and drinks in pleasant surroundings when you’ve finished. Definitely recommended for individuals, couples, families and friends of all ages who want something other than the ‘main’ trips on offer.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
We were looking forward to our night at the Reef Bar as we have been here in previous years and although it's quite a bit more expensive than other restaurants in Hisaronu, the food has always been delicious and a better standard than the norm.
On this occasion we were all very disappointed. The menu has changed slightly since last year and we think for the better. There is more of a selection for starters and this was a bonus. We opted for sharing starters but were surprised to see the portion sizes were not value for money - especially for a sharer. Saying that they were nice enough and tasty.
Our main meals were a real let down. Like I said, the cuts of meat and quality of food has always been really good but not any more. We had been warned by guests staying at pine hill about how the Reef Bar had gone downhill but thought it couldn't have been allowed to slip too much so went ahead and visited. The meat we had for our mains was steak and was tasty but certainly not the best cut. Basically there were no sides, not anything remotely colourful to make the main meal look appetising, just steak and chips that's it!
Our total bill came to three times what it would at any other restaurant but sadly the food and service quality was not three times better. We will not be returning to this restaurant again.
4 based on 11 reviews
5 based on 170 reviews
I and my wife spend some time in Fethiye which is the beginning point of the Lycian Way. During the ancient times, Lycian were connected the harbours with the cities on the Mountains by this ways. The landscape is beatiful. The route ends in Antalya. Anybody who visit Antalya, Fethiye or somewhere between these two cities must walk at least some part of the Lycian Way. The only drawback is the hot weather during July and August.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Easy to get to on the local bus, having read the history prior to visiting, found the whole experience quite humbling, church is under restoration, so wasn't able to look inside, but the way the houses had been built onto the hill side is quite amazing.
Went at sunset, which was wonderful.
Lovely lady with local crafts at the start of the village, and a restaurant across the road.
Well worth a visit especially if you like history.
4.5 based on 413 reviews
We have visited a few Beaches on the lagoon and found the water at the ones you get to first stays too shallow for too long with the opposite at the far end. the water at billy's was perfect for us with two youngish children. It stayed fairly shallow for 15m or so then went deep quite quickly. The food and drinks were quite reasonable and the staff friendly. End of season and the chairs and pedallos had seen better days but this didn't spoil our day. Many thanks.
4.5 based on 567 reviews
Old covered streets housing numerous restaurants and bars, together with traditional Turkish shops, including carpets and jewelry. Great place to rest a while, make the most of some Turkish hospitality, and watch the world go by - people watching is an entertainment in itself.
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