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Featuring a restaurant, free bikes, and a garden, TurkuazKöy provides accommodations in Finike with free WiFi and river views. This country house has free private parking and a 24-hour front desk. The rooms are modern, comfortable and clean, surrounded by a lovely river and beautiful gardens. We appreciated the clear signage that helped us arrive by car at 2am after a delayed flight. The staff were so caring and helpful with our situation, and were available on WhatsApp even at such a late hour. The produce from the farm provides much of your breakfast, as well as local honey, olive oil, butter and preserves made on site. We had a wonderful authentic Turkish experience. The manager even took us for a personal tour around the ruins near Finike. We felt so welcomed, like part of the family, with little gestures like being given a bottle of ice cold water each as we prepared for a long day of driving before we left. An absolute highlight of our trip!
Located between Finike and Kumluca district, Hasyurt Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. The hotel is just 1.9 mi from the seaside. The family running the hotel are lovely. Very limited English but with our limited Turkish and signs we got on extremely well. The village has a number of small shops and a chain supermarket as well as 3 cash machines. Regular dolmuş into Finike, via the long beach road, every 45mins.
Hotel Anadolu is located just 197 feet from the Mediterranean Sea. It has its own private beach area for hotel guests. Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout the hotel. Everything was above expectations, from the reception to the end. Especially the gentleman at the reception and last but not least, a special breakfast. There are elements to highlight, such as the sun lounger on the hotel's personal beach, the hair dryer, the refrigerator, the washing machine, three TVs and many other very important ones. About 7 km away is the Lymira archeological site.
I was surprised how interesting Elmali is. We took a stroll to the mosque and were lucky enough to be able to go inside. We then discovered that many of the ottoman buildings have been or are undergoing renovation. They look wonderful. We spent a full morning wandering up and down little streets. Very interesting. There were several pide restaurants but we did not see much else. They all closed at 8pm. But we did not mind that. There is no alcohol sold in the town, as far as we could see.