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  • SİDE


    Turquoise sea, golden sand, light glistening on ancient ruins… A dream painted in sunset hues… Shaped by the cooling waters and soft sands of the Mediterranean, heir to the riches of antiquity and child of the modern world, Side is the perfect destination...



    Are you ready to open your door to an ideal holiday of recreation, entertainment, learning and culinary enjoyment? The beauty of Alanya makes it a magnet for tourists and provides everything you could dream of in a holiday. The county's unique geographica...



    Pergamon was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2014, and it has been one the rare settlements that has survived several invasions and devastations over the ages, but reoccupied again on the merits of its strategic location. As confirmed by th...



    Predating Stonehenge by 6000 years, Şanlıurfa’s Göbeklitepe upends the widely-held views on the rise of civilization. With a history of 12,000 years, Şanlıurfa, thought by some to be the ancient city of Ur, proudly exhibits the legacy of all the civilisat...



    Mersin, a rising star of world tourism, is set on a long coastline in the eastern part of the Turkish Riviera and boasts the cleanest seawater along this coast. Mersin is a city of long beaches and enchanting inlets with the Taurus Mountains rising immedi...



    The city where the legacy of Ottoman Sultans stays engraved offers magnificent traces of past civilizations and the most delicious apples on Earth. Set in a narrow gorge in the Yeşilırmak River, Amasya dates from 6500 BC. During the Ottoman period, the ci...



    The commercial port of Turkey’s Black Sea is the city where the winds of the Amazon Warriors once blew. Thanks to its commercial importance, Samsun became home to various civilisations in very old times; however, in-not-so-distant-past, on 19th May 1919, ...



    Bitlis, accommodating the largest Islamic graveyard, offers a deeper insight into a more peaceful everyday life. The lively city of Bitlis stands in the middle of a green oasis. The city's architecture uses the local dark stone, with stone monuments inclu...

  • KARS


    Kars, a transit point between Anatolia and the Caucasus, has an outstanding beauty in itself, magnified by Ani Ruins- a medieval city once called "City of 1001 Churches". Kars is located at the transit point from Anatolia into the Caucasus. Visitors can e...



    When approaching Alaçatı, the first eye-catcher for the visitors is the windmills that embrace the sky with their white sails. The windmills some of which have been here for more than a hundred years point out the good relation between Alaçatı and the win...

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