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Marvelous scenery and beautiful tracking route among long long pine trees.

It was amazing to see how tall the pine threes were reaching towards the sky competing with the... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2017
Cemse
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ISTANBUL
Spectacular

If in the Egirdir area Yazili is a must. A nice drive to the national park which is magnificent... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2017
kroe55
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Cairns, Australia
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May 26, 2017
“Marvelous scenery and beautiful tracking route among long long pine trees.”
May 20, 2017
“Spectacular”
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Reviewed 26 May 2017

It was amazing to see how tall the pine threes were reaching towards the sky competing with the rocks. It is also a holy trail where St Paul walked on his trip from Perge to Pisidia Antiokheia. There is an epitaph(mostly destroyed)written by famous philosopher...More

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Reviewed 20 May 2017 via mobile

If in the Egirdir area Yazili is a must. A nice drive to the national park which is magnificent. The water is very enticing but is more than a little chilly. There are walks from the car park area and a small cafe for tea.

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Reviewed 5 July 2016

It's a pretty new attraction in the region which was became known recently. I believe it's a must see for visitors of Antalya region. It only took 1,5 hours from Antalya and totally worth it. Basic trekking path is close to 3 km one way....More

2  Thank TaytayManc
Reviewed 30 October 2015

we have been at yazılı kanyon in october week day ,in the morning we were only 3 of us.lovely autumn colors,very clean water flow next to you ,quietness in the natural beauty,when you start walking,firstly you climb couple of hundred meters,afterwards you cross 2 brigdes...More

Thank mualibarut
Reviewed 18 October 2013

We drove from Egirdir, through amazing orchards, marble gorges and spectacular scenery. The roads are what we Australians refer to as country roads, all adds to the experience. Once reaching Yazili Kanyon we were delighted to have for several hours the entire place to ourselves....More

9  Thank lorraineUrgup
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