Turkmen treehouses at Olimpos. (Elevated bungalows really) decent prices, quite western, buffet breakfast and dinner, we got some washing done, sat on the beach, and generally relaxed.
Lots and lots and lots of little Pansions, (various spellings) offering rooms and accomodation for the entire spectrum of budget travellers.
The ruins themselves at Olimpos are pretty ordinary, perhaps they would have warranted further exploration, but it really didn't seem like it. What was much more fun was admiring all the different stones on the beach, and having dips in the Med. Beautifully clear, not particularly salty, and extremely refreshing. (If a little chilly still)
After a long hard day we decided to head over to the Chimaera flame, a natural gas flame venting out of the hillside nearby. It's been burning since antiquity, and allegedly relights itself if extinguished. We didn't bring any big fireproof objects to smother any of the vents with and find out for ourselves.
A slight smell to it, but otherwise just wonderful. Like a campfire that never needs more wood. The vents were scattered over maybe 300-400 square metres, some bigger than others, and all quite unnaturally pouring out of the ground. Very interesting. According to the local signage, this is even where the original olympic flame was lit.