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Çamyuva was once sprawling groves of orange and lemon orchards set amidst a few old village houses before the Turkish government constructed the road system that now serves the resorts that line the Mediterranean shoreline from Antalya down through Beldibi, Kemer, Çamyuva, Tekirova to Ciralı and further along the coastline of south west Turkey. Prior to the road being built back in the early 1980's the only access to the area was by boat or via a few extremely difficult and much smaller roads that were likely not paved. The coast of south western Turkey was one of the most beautiful areas anywhere on Earth. The Turkish government and the inhabitants of the area have accomplished a Herculean effort in transforming this Mediterranean coast into what it is today in a relatively small period of time. Though no longer as pristine as it was 30 years ago - it still remains one of the most spectacular destinations world-wide.

Phaselis is an ancient Lycian city located just south of Çamyuva in the province of Antalya on the Antalya–Kumluca highway. The ruins of this Mediterranean city of antiquity is a popular tourist destination that exhibits some of the best Roman, Lykian, and Greek ruins. Phaselis has three harbours - The Northern Harbour, the Battle Harbour and the Protected Harbour which is the most important today.

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