Quiet and Relaxing Holidays in the Chill Out Capital of Turkey
Adrasan is a small rural village set on Turkey’s Turquoise Coast. Tourism is a laid back affair generally run by local people. It has been mercifully ignored by the rigors of mass tourism. The local people are stunningly hospitable and helpful. The beach is lined with bars and restaurants that are ideal for chilling out between hard sessions on a sunbed. Here you need nothing more than a good book to have a great holiday. However if you do want to get out and about there is plenty to do. Maybe you could up the pace on a gentle boat trip sailing from hidden creek to idyllic bay with a fabulous lunch on board. If it’s time to get a few momentoes or a souvenir for the person who is dog or cat sitting for you, there’s a choice of markets to choose from. If it’s all sounding a bit hectic why not get the ultimte relaxation treatment at the local Turkish Baths. Don’t forget you are surrounded by over 3,000 years of history featuring Lycian, Persian, Hellenic, Roman, Byzantine and Genoese civilisations. If you want to stay away from the crowds why not try our “Lycian Secrets” excursion to three hidden Lycian cities dating back nearly 2,000 years. You likely to meet more goats than other tourists!The museum in Antalya is one of the best in Turkey and is well worth a visit. There is a speedboat ferry service from Kemer to the Old Town (a 5 minute tram ride to the museum) which is worth a visit in it’s own right.This the quintessential chill out zone where you can gently re-charge and refresh and enjoy some great food and like minded company if you wish.You can do as much or as little as you like.