Troy (Truva, Troy) – a city located in the northwestern part of Anatolia, near the Dardanelles and Mount Ida, is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Troy is known for the most part because of the Trojan War (and that horse itself), described in many works of the ancient epic, including the famous Odyssey and the Iliad of Homer.
Most of the hotels are located in Canakkale, so tourists most often stay there and come to Troy for one day. In Troy itself, you can stay at the Varol Pansiyon Hotel, located in the center of the neighboring village of Continue reading
Kemer is located on the coastal strip between the sea and mountains more than 2000 m high. Its resort area includes the areas of Beldibi, Goynuk, Kirish, Camyuva, Tekirova and the city itself. Huge hotels surround the village from north and south. It just so happened that this resort is especially popular among our compatriots, adherents of the all-inclusive system. Therefore, the staff in Kemer often speaks Russian.
One of Kemer’s main attractions is Liman Street, the center of all kinds of outlets, from cheap souvenir shops to clothing stores and more. Bars, restaurants and discos are in the center of the resort, and in Continue reading
The warm sea, sandy beaches and air filled with volatile phytoncides is Belek, a young respectable resort 30 km east of Antalya. Until 1984, it was a completely wild coast of the Mediterranean, and today is a continuous series of four- and five-star hotels operating on an all-inclusive basis. The reputation of the most expensive Turkish resort is confirmed by the presence of extra-class golf courses designed by leading world designers.
Belek’s peculiarity is pine and eucalyptus forests planted 200 years ago, where many turtles live. Another of their species – the giant sea “carriages”, chose the local beaches as the place for laying eggs. And although the resort itself is indecently young, only 15-20 km from it are the ruins of the ancient cities of ancient Pamphylia – Perge, Sillion and Aspendos. Continue reading