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Legend has it that the lush peninsula here in Fethiye, Turkey, once hosted the banished Greek god Leto.Today, the Fethiye peninsula hosts one of Turkey's famed resorts, built, in fact, from the god's namesake. Letoonia Club and Hotel, opened in 1989, spreads over 168,000 square meters of land and two kilometers of Aegean Sea. The hotel itself houses 18 different spots to eat or drink.Take care, Turkish cuisine shares history and ingredients with Lebanese food, but is noticeably spicier.Among a handful of hotel bars and cafes, guests can take their aperitif, as well as a cup of Turkish coffee or water pipe, or dance at the resort's 24-hour Panorama Bar, which gives revelers a 360-degree view of the sea and surroundings. As far as Turkey's tourist spots go, Letoonia is brand spanking new, having been conceived merely 25 years ago and has fast become an award-winning hub for international travelers. A few days in Letoonia may convince you that these three deities – of beauty, nature and daylight – may just have blessed this Turkish peninsula.
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