From Douka’s Travel Journal

Two weeks ago we were waking in one of the most impressive archaeological sites of NW Turkey. Anemourion, on the southern point of Anatolia into the Mediterranean, is a ghost-city abandoned by its inhabitants during the Arab expansion in the seventh century. Only goats live among the ruins.
Travel memories written by Doukas Doukas give the atmosphere of a lovely morning by the sea, between the 350 tombs of the Necropolis and the Early Byzantine basilicas half-covered by the waves. The text is in Greek.

pdfDoukas Doukas - ANEMOURION (16 March 2013)