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  • Ankara
    Ankara is the capital of Turkey and the country's second largest city after Istanbul. It was formerly known as Angora. The Hittites gave it the name Ankuwash before 1200 BC, the Galatians and Romans called it Ancyra, and in the classical, Hellenistic, and Byzantine periods it was known as Ankyra.

  • Antalya
    Situated on a steep cliff over the Mediterranean, Antalya is a picturesque city surrounded by mountains. Pamphylia & Side & Perge & Aspendos are the 4 major sites.

  • Assos & Troy& Cesme & Foca
    Assos was an ancient harbor city which was also famed due to the stay of the philosopher Aristotle for three years as the head of a philosophy school. The Stoic philosopher Cleanthes was from Assos too. Lesbos Island in the Aegean Sea can be seen from here on clear days.
    Troy was once known as Ilios or Ilion; this is reflected in the name of Homer's epic poem the Iliad, a work that claims to relate the story of Troy's fall.

  • Black Sea ( Safranbolu & Amasya & Trabzon )
    Strabo's Geography reports that in antiquity the Black Sea was often just called "the Sea" (pontos), just like Homer was often simply called "the Poet". For the most part, Graeco-Roman tradition refers to the Black Sea as the 'Hospitable sea' Euxeinos Pontos.
    The alpine scenery and gorgeous coastline of the Black Sea country will charm you, as will the friendliness of the people.

  • Bodrum
    It is on the Bodrum Peninsula, near the northwest entrance to the Gulf of Gökova, and faces the Greek island of Kos. Today, it is a center of tourism and yachting. It is the ancient Halicarnassus of Caria, renowned for the mausoleum of Maussollos. The town is very popular tourist resort for northern Europeans due to its attractive coastline and active night-life

  • Cappadocia
    There is nothing like this extraordinary place anywhere else in the world; it possesses bewitching beauty and an astonishing artistic wealth. There are incredible pageants of shapes and color, which make it an ideal place for people interested in history or art, keen photographers or those who enjoy walking.

  • Dalyan-Caunos & Dalaman
    The village of Dalyan is based on a river, surrounded by lush green fields breaking into spectacular mountain ranges. On the opposite side of the river is the ancient city of Caunos that is debatably the second greatest archaeological site in Turkey.

  • Datca-Knidos
    The Datça peninsula is a unique heaven on Earth that has been the home of many civilizations for the past 3,000 years.
    At the end of the peninsula stands the ancient Carian city of Knidos, described by Strabo as "a city that was built for the most beautiful of goddesses, Aphrodite, on the most beautiful of peninsulas." Famous as a centre of art and culture in the fourth century B.C. the city had two harbours: one on the Aegean and the other on the Mediterranean. The remains of a circular temple dedicated to the goddess of love overlook the two harbours.

  • Eastern Turkey
    A land of ancient civilizations, spectacular scenery and contrasts of culture and climate.

  • Fethiye & Kayakoy& Oludeniz
    If you're looking for an active holiday, this region of Turkey has it all -- rafting, paragliding, diving and great beaches with a scattering of ancient Lycian cities to charm the history buff.

  • Gocek
    Previously named “Kalimche” in the antiquity, was conveniently located between Telmessos (today Fethiye) and Kaunos (today Dalyan). According to the legends, it is in the Göcek area that Ikarus felt in the sea after his famous flight, trying to escape from the tower where he was imprisonned.

  • Istanbul
    3000 years of history await you, Ancient Byzantium, Constantinople - City of the World's Desire and Istanbul, seat of the mighty Ottoman Empire for 500 years.
    The Council of European Union has designated Istanbul as European Capitals of Culture 2010.

  • Izmir & Kusadası & Selcuk-Ephesus & Sirince
    İzmir is the third most populous city of Turkey and the country's largest port after İstanbul. Perfectly placed for classical Turkey; Ephesus, Bergama-Pergamon, Didim-Ddyma, Piriene, Milet-Milteus and Sardis await you.

  • Kalkan
    A gem set in sparkling seas. This charming fishing village is slowly evolving into an exclusive haven for those who take their leisure time seriously.

  • Kas
    The mountains of Southern Turkey drop almost vertically to the azure Mediterranean. This is the turquoise coast at its best. Ancient sites and Nearby villages of Ucagiz & Simena-Kekova & Myra-Demre.

  • Marmaris
    Yachting capital of the Mediterranean with services, shopping and nightlife to match.

  • Olympos
    A unique setting for this resort. A densely wooded valley hides a lovely beach, a ruined city and a turtle sanctuary. Ancient ruins of CHIMERA & PHASELIS

  • Pamukkale
    One of the most interesting places in the world, justly famous not only for the entrancing beauty of its unique geological formations but also for its historical remains of HIERAPOLIS & nearby APHRODISIAS

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