Three miles from the ancient city of Ephesus lies the inviting and pristine Pamucak Beach.
Bringing refreshing cool breezes with beautiful landscapes.
A great moment to walk hand in hand with someone you love, enjoy the beauty and solitude and sound of the waves.Our WorldWatery Wednesday
Isn't this where Alexander the Great beat the Persians in his first Persian battle? And the visiting spot of heroes like Odysseus?ReplyDelete
Bonza photos especially the mountain range in the 1st & 2nd photos :-).ReplyDelete
Lovely photos. You can see untouched beaches for miles with no one in sight. Truly the perfect place to bring a loved one for a romantic stroll.ReplyDelete
But where is this Ephesus place?
It must have been such a meaningful hol.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous light and scenery with the waves crashing.ReplyDelete
I love the sea and its cliffs.ReplyDelete
I would love to do just that!ReplyDelete
She calls out to the man on the streetReplyDelete
He can see she's been crying
She's got blisters on the soles of her feet
Can't walk but she's trying
Oh think twice... ♫
Lovely place, so relaxing, cool and serene. tQ.
These are beautiful scenes of the beach. The colors are gorgeous, and I like the way you've captured the waves.ReplyDelete
Hi Au and Target,ReplyDelete
i don't know much about medieval history but after you mentioned this, I researched it and the first battle against the Persians was at the River Granicus, NW Turkey and you're right, it was one of Odysseus's voyages along the Turkish coast.
thanks for appreciating my photos. Ephesus is an ancient city near the modern town of Selcuk in Turkey.
Very pretty photos. Looks almost untouched by man.ReplyDelete
Oh, yes! I, too, would love to do just that! And what incredible captures for the day! Thank you for sharing the beauty! Hope you have a wonderful week!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous beach! Lovely shots.ReplyDelete
Beach photos with waves and mountains are always beautiful. Where is this place?ReplyDelete
Wonderful landscape! I feel regrets for the summer which is gone.ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots. Nice place to walk around.ReplyDelete
i could almost hear the sound of waves. terrific shots.ReplyDelete
I can walk here everyday. So calming and beautiful images.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous shots! I wish I had more beaches like that around here in Vancouver, ours are all rocky... well not all of them just hte ones closest to me lol!! !ReplyDelete
very nice to meet you, i look forward to visiting again!! I am a new follower from the watery wednesday blog hop; www.mumfection.com
Gosh, it is beautiful there. I loved Turkey and Ephesus when I visited but did not see this beautiful beach!ReplyDelete
Looks refreshing. A perfect romantic setting especially during sunset.ReplyDelete
Wanted to go there when on vacation in Greece, but it was a little too far. It's great to see this through your eyes!ReplyDelete
Great and wonderful sea. I would like to stay all the day.ReplyDelete
Lovely, my dear friend sea photos of Efesus!!!ReplyDelete
Many greetings and kisses
Thanks for bringing refreshing cool breezes with beautiful landscapes our way sweetie, I feel great now! :)ReplyDelete
I am afraid of water but I am enjoying your beach pictures very much, easy breezy! :)ReplyDelete
Truly a paradise, I can hear the waves crashing against the sand.. lovely! :)ReplyDelete