Place Category: Ancient Sites
Knidos ancient site sits at the edge of the Datça peninsula. It’s an explosion of turquoise waters, 2 harbors, a windswept lighthouse, and sea view ruins.
Windswept Knidos: city of Love & Arabic graffiti
Some ancient sites seem to have it all: a spectacular setting, two harbors, a photo-bombing lighthouse, and a few good stories to finish it all off. Knidos fits into this category. It’s the kind of place that makes you forget about the world, even if only for a brief moment. Situated right at the edge of the beautiful Datça peninsula, flirting with the Mediterranean and the Aegean, Knidos (or Cnidus) is an active excavation site. It is the end of a scenic ride and the start of an interesting journey through the ruins of this once glorious city. Read why people call it the city of love, and why there is a church with ‘Arabic graffiti’.
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