Gökçeada, which was known as İmroz before, located at the northwest of Aegean Sea is the largest island of turkey. In Gökçeada, which is piece of heaven with its natural beauties, you will witness that slience is disturbed only with playful waves. You may sunbath on Kefalos-Aydıncık beaches, located at the southern part of the Island, or take a mud bath in the salt lake adjacent to the beaches, and if you are lucky enough, you may even spot some nesting flamingos.


Fethiye - Oludeniz

The untouched virgin of the Land of Light, Fethiye is located at the Fethiye Gulf hosting several Mediterranean islands, and in a North-caing bay of pine forests. Many sport activities and events are organized in Ölüdeniz, the most natural beach of Turkey, including world famous Aviation Olympics and Turkey Yachting and Rowing Cup. Along with splendid natural beauties, the neighborhood roll also involves fascinating historical sitesi. Above Ölüdeniz is Babağda, which is known as the second most suitable place in the world for tandem paragliding.



Bodrum is a popular holiday city with its castle rising on the peninsula where eastern and western barbors meet, cotton white houses lined on the sides of both harbors, white domed cisterns, narrow streets reaching sea, worldwide famous yachts, boat yards. Nature and history is blended in this magnificent region, full of ancient treasures. Mausoleum, which is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient world is in Bodrum, just as "amphoras" legacy of sunken ships buried under water centuries ago.



With sandy beaches extending for kilometers, antique cities, nature's wonder caves and geography suitable for nature sports, Alanya is a town foreigners elect to live in, as well as just visiting. The region between the town of Avsallar and the Alara creek is known as İncekum. Due to the fine, yellow sand preventing the pine and cypress trees from reaching the sea, the area was called İncekum. In the pine covered area located about 20km to the west of Alanya, the fine sandy beach is quite popular with tourists.



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