Knidos, the ancient Greek city at the tip of the long, skinny Dacha peninsula in what is today Southwestern Turkey
, not far from the island of Rhodes, a day's sail south from Bodrum past the island of Kos.
in the ancient harbor. The three-thousand year old mole is still intact, doing its job protecting you. You throw down your anchor
in about ten meters of utterly transparent water
. The harbor is overlooked by a remarkably intact amphitheater, and you can wander around the ruins for days. Climb to the top of the mountain and you can see for miles!
Magical! I want to be there. Right now!