Anna Aparthotel

Calis Beach, Fethiye, Turkey
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How much does a meal cost and currency exchange.

by mattsshaw

We are staying at the Mavi Belce in June. Could anyone advise me of the cost of a beer, a meal with wine etc etc. We are going for 11 nights and are medium drinkers and staying B&B. Will probably take in a gulet or 2 and possibly a car to go up to kas.

Also - is it better to take uk currency and exchange out there?

Thanks

Re: How much does a meal cost and currency exchange.

by Sirvictor

It depends where you stay. In hotel it is more expencive then in a town restourant. The prices differ in various town restourants also. If you sit at a luxus touristic restaourant at seaside it it expenciver then a restourant not at sea side. Every Turkish town has a "Belediye Bahcesi"(Public Garden of Municipality) or "Belelediye Cay bahcesi"(Public Tea garden of Municipality) At those gardens the prices are good for Turkish families. The tourist dont know that. You can drink your beer or tea(Cay= spell:Chei)
At entrence of every restourant there is a price table. You can check the best price. In the 1st day you will spend more then the comening 10 days. You will learn how to live like a poor Turk.
Wine is expencive in Turkey. The ruling fundamentalist party put high taxes on alchol. You can find differenct sorts of international or local wine at shopping malls.
I advice you to drink Turkish beer "Efes" although there are many differnt international or local sorts. You will like Efes and a friend of Efes.

On the other hand dont drink too much Turkish national drink the "Raki" It is hard. You may be sick. We call Raki "lion's milk" because it is hard.

I advice you also to drive to Demre (Kale) to the chuch and home of Santa Claus. It is not very far from Kas. (spell:Kash) Drive to Antalya and the town of "Side" to the famous roman Amphitheather
Have a nice time. There are many things to see in Turkey. Dont stay at the table drinking wine and beer. Turkey offers you 1001 Adventures.

Re: How much does a meal cost and currency exchange.

by June.b

Basic info maybe, but may also help, here:

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/a4c2f/1c0a38/1/

Take UK currency with you, better rates in Turkey than exchanging it at your place. Credit / Debit cards though are safe and ATMs are everywhere.

And like SirVictor said, wines are a bit on the expensive side, even local wines. It makes up for most of the dining bill.

Have fun!

Travel Tips for Fethiye

money

by Aurorae

All the banknotes of Turkish liras are with the SAME face - Atatürk, the most important man for Turks, who oriented them to a modern country.
They count everything in millions, so there are banknotes of
20 million
10 million
5 million
1 million
500.000
250.000
and coins of 50.000,100.000 and 250.000 liras. The exchange rate in october 2004 was
1,8 million liras for 1 euro
1,5 million liras for 1 US dollar
2,7 million for 1 British pound

Flying Boat

by Aurorae

An invention of a certain Italian (so i've heard), a flying boat! Wings are attached to the rubber boat, and when the huge engine starts to rotate, the boat first runs on the water and then it rises up and takes off! It also lands on the sea, and flies back to the beach. It's extremely popular among old English people especially.

Tlos Thombs

by serntar

Ancient city of Lykia.

Tlos has a lot of thombs but the most interesting one belongs to Bellerephontes who has a figure of him on the thomb while he is fighting with three headed Chimera on his Pegasus.

Telmessos, Megri, Makri, Fethiye

by Yank_o

"Fethiye town"

Fethiye is located near the ancient Lycian Telmessos. Lycian tombs ('carved' inside the rock) exist in and around the town. Megri/Makri is the name used until the early 20th century - it means 'distant', as this town was quite far from other Greek-(co)inhabited places. Fethiye is today's name, in the memory of Turkish hero pilot Fethi, whose statue stands in front of the ancient theatre near the sea. The town is quite pleasantly located near a pine-clad area, with a fantastic waterfront.

"Levissi/Kayakoy"

A narrow paved road passing through a dense pine forest leads to Kayakoy and the nearby ghost town of Levissi. This was abandoned by its Greek population during the 1923 compulsory population exchange and was never again reinhabited. The picture shows only a small part of Levissi, which extended across two consecutive hillsides.

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