Kabak Beach is located on the southwestern shores of Turkey, where the Mediterranean Sea meets with the Aegean Sea. It lies within the borders of Muğla Province, Fethiye Region. Fethiye is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Turkey with the world famous Ölüdeniz (Dead Sea) Beach, and overcrowded by people coming from all over the world.… Continue Reading
Nemrut is a 2,134 m (7,001 ft) high mountain in Southeast Turkey, in the province of Adıyaman. Listed as a Unesco’s World Heritage site, summit of Nemrut hosts the ancient tombs and statues dated back to 1st century BC.
Mardin’s heavily decorated stonework is like a dream lasting over centuries. The city is located in Southeastern Anatolia, Turkey and is located on a tophill, surrounded by endless plains.
Sarıkamış is one of the best ski resorts in Turkey. Located in the eastern province of Kars, which is bordering to Armenia, Sarıkamış offers wide open runs, powder snow, natural untouched beauties, and terrific backcountry experiences all in one, for the intermediate/advanced snowboarders and skiers.… Continue Reading
Erciyes is a volcanic mountain in central Turkey, close to well known tourist destination Cappadocia region. The summit of the mountain is 3916 meters high and is the highest mountain in central Anatolia.
Erciyes is just 25 km south to the city of Kayseri, which is one of the biggest cities in Turkey.… Continue Reading
Being one of the most naturally beautiful places in Turkey, Cappadocia region is very popular among travelers from all over the world. Although not known by many of them who visit the region in summer/spring, Cappadocia has a unique kind of beauty in winter as well.… Continue Reading
Ani is an ancient city on the Armenian border of Turkey. It’s uninhibited for more than 400 years. However it has been one of the most important cities in history, the capital to many different kingdoms and empires in its bright past.… Continue Reading