The Antalya region, also known as the "Turkish Riviera" because of its archaeological and natural beauties, is the place where sea, sun, history and nature come together. Come and discover the most beautiful coast of the Mediterranean. The city still retains its importance as a center throughout the history of the country's southern coast, in addition to its wonderful landscapes.
With one foot to the east and the other to the west, Istanbul is the perfect destination to admire a captivating mix of sights, sounds and colors.
Prepare to visit magnificent mosques, churches, fascinating museums and palaces of the sultans or take a dip in the waters of the Bosphorus to taste fresh fish overlooking the Black Sea.
Turkey's Nevsehir Province is one of the major cities in the Cappadocia region and displays a beautiful combination of nature and history. Geographical movements have formed the famous fairy chimneys, conical structures carved out of the tuff. During the process of historical development, mankind had settled and inhabited these natural wonders, carving houses and churches within these formations themselves and adorned all these settlements with frescoes, bearing the traces of thousands of years of their civilizations.
Bodrum, which has beautiful bays and places to relax, is a city in the province of Mugla in the Aegean region of Turkey. It is one of the most important tourist areas in the country, known as Turkey's most chic and European resort. Its historic architecture, fantastic beaches, white houses, secret coves, fishing villages and trendy nightclubs add to the appeal of the area.
Gocek is a natural harbor located in the Gulf of Fethiye on the Turquoise Coast of Turkey. Protected by the wooded foothills of the Taurus Mountains, it overlooks the many surrounding islands and bays. Each of Gocek beauties have different beauty. It's rare to find other places in the world where you can see so many shimmering green and blue reflections. Gocek Marinas has hundreds of small bays and islands.
Marmaris is a coastal city, port city, and tourist destination on Turkey's southwest Mediterranean coast, in the province of Mugla. Marmaris divides the Mediterranean Sea and the Aegean Sea into a long, narrow peninsula. It is one of Turkey's most popular holiday towns and one of the largest resorts on the Aegean coast.
Fethiye is a well-known province of the city of Mugla. Located on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, Fethiye is actually built on the ancient ancient city of "Telmessos" whose ruins and theater you will have the opportunity to see. The city is popular for tourism and its amazing nature. The modern name "Fethiye" was given to the city in honor of Fethi Bey who was one of the first Ottoman Air Force pilots to die on mission.
Alanya is a seaside resort on the Turkish Riviera. Alanya is the capital of the eponymous district in the east of the province of Antalya. Due to its natural strategic position on a small peninsula in the Mediterranean Sea below the Taurus Mountains, Alanya has been a local stronghold for many Mediterranean empires, including the Seljuk, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Empires.
Denizli is located in the interior part of the Aegean region and has a population of around 1 million. It is in this area that we find the natural site of Pamukkale, known as the 8th wonder of the world, invaded by thousands of local and foreign tourists every time of the year. It is indeed a famous tourist spot with mineral-rich thermal waters sheltered by snow-white terraces.
Ankara is the capital of Turkey and the second largest city after Istanbul. Literally and figuratively, it is at the heart of Turkey and Central Anatolia, the surrounding region. Ankara is a modern, sprawling city that can appear at first glance like a drab concrete jungle - most non-local Turks regard Ankara as a depressed, gray city that has nothing to offer other than the boring world of Politics.
Mugla is the ideal destination for those who like a varied vacation. It was first one of the many ancient cities of the Caria region, now the Aegean region of Turkey. The most beautiful resorts of Bodrum, Marmaris, Datca, Fethiye, Dalyan and many more are all within the limits of Mugla province.
The secret of Cappadocia is hidden in geographic formations dating back 60 million years. The smooth layers formed by lava and spewed ash from Mount Erciyes, Mount Hasan, and Mount Gulludag first became rock formations and then corroded by rain and wind over millions of years and eventually shaped the formations. geographic areas of today.
Izmir is the third largest city in Turkey with a population of around 5 million. It is the second largest port after Istanbul, a modern, developed and bustling trading hub, located around a huge bay and surrounded by mountains. Wide boulevards, glass-fronted buildings and modern shopping centers are dotted with traditional red-tiled roofs.
Known as the “Green Bursa”, this city of over 3 million people sits on the lower slopes of Uludag in Anatolia's Marmara region. Bursa’s adjective "Green" comes from its gardens and parks, and of course its location in the middle of an important fruit growing region. In Bursa, there are plenty of things you can't miss. First of all, it is the homeland of the delicious "Iskender Kebap", one of the best dishes of world famous Turkish cuisine. Candied chestnuts (Kestane Sekeri) are a dessert specialty and have an unforgettable taste.
Pamkukkale - Hierapolis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located in the southwest of the country, in the province of Denizli. Nearby, the ancient Greco-Roman city of Hierapolis can be visited. The name "Pamukkale", meaning "cotton castle", is one of the most visited tourist spots in the country. A trip to Turkey without discovering Pamukkale would be considered incomplete. Pamukkale is a geological wonder made of hot water basins formed by white limestone,it is surrounded by SPA centers which offer mud baths and thermal baths.