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Stories and Tips Fethiye

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Other Attractions Around Fethiye

Written by Owen Lipsett on 02 Dec, 2009

It's impossible to visit Kabak without visiting Fethiye first, so here are some tips to make your time there more enjoyable. Note that the nearest airport is in Dalaman (about an hour away by minibus) and that the otogar (bus station) is a couple…Read More


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Fighting for the Soul (and Survival) of Kabak

Written by Owen Lipsett on 02 Dec, 2009

At the moment, Kabak is a relatively unknown and low-key, barely featuring, if at all, in most guidebooks. This is almost certain to change, but not in the conventional way that such places are "discovered." At present, it's a pleasant alternative to both…Read More


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Walks Around Kabak

Written by Owen Lipsett on 02 Dec, 2009

Kabak is mostly known as a place to stop off along the (which is certainly worth doing!) but it’s also a nice base for several walks, both on and off the Lycian Way. I have placed these walks in order from easiest to…Read More


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General Advice for Kabak

Written by Owen Lipsett on 02 Dec, 2009

What and Where Is Kabak?Kabak is a tiny village at the very end of the dolmus (local minibus) line (and the end of the road) from Fethiye, the main resort town of Mugla Province on Turkey's Western Mediterranean. Village is actually a slight exaggeration…Read More


Turkish Hamam: Fat and Hairy

Written by Antioch Yossarian on 02 Aug, 2000

'You will never be so clean again!' The flier was stapled to a post not far from the harbor. 'Just once have an original Turkish Bath in Fethiye.' Docked for the afternoon, we had a few hours to kill, and the advertisement seemed insistent enough.…Read More


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