Letoon, alongside Xanthos was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982, and if Xanthos was the Lycian commercial capital, then Letoon was the religious hub, a sanctuary dedicated to Leto and her twin children, Artemis…

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Finishing off our evening shopping trip and our British attempts at ‘haggling’, we nestled down in one of  Belgins’ huge cushion chairs – a traditional Turkish restaurant with the kind of decor which would fit…

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Meis island (in Turkish) or Kastellorizo (in Greek) is the largest formation of the Rhodes archipelago, technically part of Greece since 1947, the island has actually been the source of much consternation between Turkey and Italy…

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