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Cirali a quiet retreat for stressed-out city dwellers

If you want to see a place were time has stood still in Turkey and experience what Turkey used to be like about 15 to 20 yrs ago before the influx of all-inclusive and package holidays of the last decade, then Cirali is the place for this..Cirali is a quiet alternative….stunning beach, lush idyllic, concrete-free paradise, and sparkling clear seas. The Cirali Beach is also a rare opportunity to visit one of the Med’s few remaining nesting sites for loggerhead turtles. Also for history seekers , there is the ruins of Olympos and the flames of “Chimaera” the world”s oldest and best-known natural “eternal flame”.

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Canada Hotel & Bungalows has won the 2015 Certificate of Excellence

Winning the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence is a true source of pride for the entire team at Canada Hotel & Bungalows and we’d like to thank all of our past guests who took the time to complete a review on TripAdvisor,” said Carrie and Saban Akkelle of Owner at Canada Hotel. “There is no greater seal of approval than being recognized by one’s customers. With the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence based on customer reviews, the accolade is a remarkable vote of confidence to our business and our continued commitment to excellence.

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Cirali: Turkey’s total chillout zone

  Jeremy Seal Published: 8 February 2015 Proud and peaceful, with not a nightclub in sight, it’s the resort to visit in 2015 Every Turkish resort has its own vibe, not always to everyone’s taste. If you found Kalkan too classy-brassy, or Bodrum one big but exhausting party, then descend the only road into Cirali, a little lost lane that hairpins through citrus groves, pomegranate orchards and occasional farmsteads above a blissfully unspoilt beach. Cirali, a secluded village resort below the Bey mountains, south of Antalya, is Turkey at its most laid-back. It’s an atmosphere its eco-minded locals have fought tooth and nail to protect. Had you been on that road in May 2012, you would have found cars, vans, tractors and donkey carts blocking the way, combining to prevent a group of high-rise developers getting through with their bulldozers and concrete mixers. To read more;

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Cirali – an unspoiled Turkish gem

by Joanna Morris WITH the rise of hedonistic resorts like Marmaris, Turkish holidays have of recent years become blighted by the Brits abroad phenomenon. However, there are still parts of the beautiful country left untouched by the ravages of sunburned students and their boozy exploits. It is therefore with a heavy heart and the fear of causing a stampede that I reluctantly promote the unspoiled gem that is Cirali. A mountainous two-hour drive will take you from Antalya airport to the tiny coastal village, home to less than 1,000 people and nestled within stunning scenery.

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