Saklıkent National Park), established on June 6, 1996, is a national park in southwestern Turkey.
Kayaköy, anciently known in Greek as Karmilassos, shortened to Lebessos and pronounced in Modern Greek as Livissi, is presently a village 8…
This narrow gorge as quite a secluded place as it is accessible only by sea or through a difficult hike.
Paradise-like sandy beach surrounded by lagoons where turkeys lay their eggs. Atop of that, the mountain scenery is incredible.
These ruins of the mayor Lycian city remain off the beaten bath. Take this as an advantage and visit this serene site unspoilt by the…
El Castillo de San Pedro de Halicarnaso o Castillo de Bodrum es un castillo situado en el suroeste de Turquía, en la ciudad de Bodrum, la…
El Mausoleo de Halicarnaso o el Sepulcro de Mausoleion fue un monumento funerario suntuoso construido entre el año 353 a. C. y el 350 a.
This long, sandy beach is simply perfect for families with kids. Clean, with fine sand and lots of facilities.
The gate is the enduring silent witness of very fierce battles from Alexander the Great's besieging of ancient Halikarnassus.
These stone windmills overlooking the city are definitely worth stopping-by. There's also a stunning view of Bodrum, too.
Having an area of 5200 hectares, Lake Köyceğiz in the province of Muğla is one of the vastest coastal lakes of Turkey.
Beçin fue un fuerte histórico de Turquía.
This beach boasts a nice scenery and relaxed atmosphere. The sort sand combined with the calm sea is ideal for families.
This beach is popular especially with water sport enthusiasts. The water gets deep not far from the shore, watch out for your kids.
About 700 metres from the Aegean shores, Ates Hotel features an outdoor pool with sun loungers and parasols.
Located 350 metres from the blue-flagged beach, Tatil Apart Hotel is centrally located in Akyaka, right next to Azmak Creek.