Zeybek 2 Pension
AddressPatara Kas PataraSee nearby area
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Zeybek2 pension is run by Soner and his family. The pension is at walking distance from the famous Patara Beach. Breakfast is served on the splendid roof terrace with 360 degree views on the ruins and the village centre. You can also relax on the roof terrace while reading a book from our library.
You come as a guest buts leave as a friend.
All rooms have Air Conditioning, Ensuite shower and WC, Balcony, Comfortable Beds as well as Mosquito Nets
The beach of Patara is arguably one of the finest beaches in the world. It is over 15km in length, of soft white sand, up to 50m wide and backed by extensive dunes. At the south-east end there are sunbeds and a substantial restaurant but the whole of the rest of the beach is still completely untouched - perfect.
The Zeybek 2 Pension Patara has been family-owned and run since 1989. Its unique location on the hillside affords guests a panoramic view of the village, ruins and the beach. The owner Soner offers you a warm and friendly welcome - with many people coming back year after year. What could be a finer recommendation?
The virtually perfect amphitheatre is the second biggest in the Lycian region. The ruins of Patara are spectacular - an open-air museum that affords the visitor a real sense of the history of the area and excavations are ongoing.
Check in 17.oo pm
Check out 11.oo am
Payment by cash or credit card
Please inform about arrival time
Services & facilities
- Free Parking
- Free Breakfast
- 24 Hour Reception
- Luggage Storage
- Airport Transfers
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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