To experience some genuine Turkish history during your holiday, you should make sure you take a trip to the famous Alanya Fortress.
The Ancient City of Ephesus is one of the absolute must-see locations when it comes to a Turkey holiday. Immerse yourself in the historic ruins.
The Aspendos Amphitheatre is located just a few miles northeast of central Serik. It was part of the ancient city of Pamphylia.
Located in Oludeniz, Babadag Mountain offers out of this world views of the ocean and nearby islands. The summit of this mountain is over 6,400 ft.
Located at Oludeniz Beach, Blue Lagoon is a beautiful pool that glistens in the magnificent Turkey sunshine. Blue Lagoon is a popular place.
Bodrum Castle, also known as the Castle of St. Peter, is in Bodrum City. Dating back to 1402, it’s rich in Turkish history and is a must-see.
Situated in Alanya, Dim Cave is the second biggest cave to be found in Turkey and is one of the country’s natural wonders.
One of the must-visit places in Turkey is the famous Mountain Olympos. Standing tall in Cirali, visitors are able to visit the mountain’s peak.
Perga is an ancient city located in the Antalya Province. Dating as far back as 1000 BC, the ancient city now lies in ruins.
Just outside of Turgutreis town centre is the idyllic spot of Sabanci Park. This spark is located right by the sea and is very picturesque.