Antique cities of Turkey - Aspendos Theater, ruins of Perge and Side
Vacations in Turkey will not surprise anyone now, but I would like to show my readers “another Turkey” with the opportunity to go here not only for beautiful hotels and…

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Aegean coast of Turkey
The Aegean coast of Turkey is very different from Antalya. The climate is drier, and the entire resort infrastructure is more compact. On the coast of the Aegean Sea, as…

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Kartalkaya
Kartalkaya is a small town and a developing ski resort located in the west of the Black Sea region of Turkey in the Koroglu Mountains of Bolu Province. The best…

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Belek

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

Beldibi

Beldibi is a popular beach resort on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, located west of Antalya, about halfway to Kemer. This is a long building strip between the seashore and Taurus Mountain; all life in this village revolves around tourism. There are luxurious hotel complexes, the best of which stretched along the sea on Ataturk Street. In their free time, vacationers spend time in shops, cafes and restaurants.

During archaeological research in the middle of the 20th century, settlements of the 1st century BC were discovered on this site. e. And in the 1980s and 90s. here began to build the first decent hotels. Ten years Continue reading

Bodrum

Bodrum is the most “party” resort in Turkey, the capital of the country’s nightlife with a record density of bars, nightclubs, restaurants and discos per square kilometer. There are villages and hotels in 14 bays of the peninsula, and the city of the same name stands in its very center. Unlike most Turkish resorts, it’s mainly not German lovers who lie on the beaches who come here, but more active French, Scandinavians and English.

Today’s Bodrum stands on the site of the ancient city of Halicarnassus, where the famous Halicarnassus Mausoleum (353 BC) was located, one of the 7 wonders of the world. Alas, in the Middle Ages the miracle Continue reading

Kas
Kas is one of the most “non-Turkish” resorts in Turkey, located in a fairly closed place, at the junction of the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas, surrounded on three sides by…

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Kas
Kas is one of the most “non-Turkish” resorts in Turkey, located in a fairly closed place, at the junction of the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas, surrounded on three sides by…

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Belek
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…

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Kekova
Kekova island in Turkey is rightly called the "pearl of the Mediterranean." It is small - with an area of ​​only 4.5 square meters. km, but there are always a…

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