The Climate: Although Turkey is situated in a geographical location where climatic conditions are quite temperate, the diverse nature of the landscape, and the existence in particular of the mountains that run parallel to the coasts, result in significant differences in climatic conditions from one region to the other. While the coastal regions enjoy milder climates, the inland Anatolia plateau experiences hot summers and cold winters with limited rainfall.
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Kas, one of the most famous tourist resorts along the southern coast of Turkey. But it is also famous from the historic point of view because Kas was originally the ancient town of Antiphellus, harbour of the town of Phellus which stood in front of i... More details
(Kemer is 55 km far away from Antalya) Kemer, was the ancient city called (Idyros) and now a groving resort town with millions tourist who spends their Holidays on the region. Around Kemer there are some small touristic towns Beldibi, Goynuk, Camyuva... More details
Manavgat, Beskonak area - White River rafting On the Mediterranean when you take the Alanya highway and drive to Northeast of Antalya, at the turn off for Tasagil, is the scenic route that leads to the Koprulu Canyon National Park. The twisting road ... More details
Myra (Demre) : The distance is (135 km to west part of the Antalya) A couple of kilometers north of Demre, the ruins include a score of tombs arranged on the cliff in a jumble overlooking the sea. This ancient Lycian city Myra, many splendidly carved... More details
(75 km to Antalya) Near Kemer are the remains of ancient Olympos founded during the 3rd century B.C. and pirates'den before becoming a Roman Empire. The ancient city of Olympos is situated on the southern side of Mt. Tahtali. Oleander and laurel bush... More details
Patara is famous on two accounts: as the birth-place of St. Nicholas who has entered into Christian tradition as Father Christmas and for having long been the seat of a famous Oracle to Apollo. It was Herodotus who wrote about the importance of the o... More details
An important city of ancient Pamphylian, Perge (18 km from Antalya) was originally settled by the Hittites around 1500 BC St. Paul preached some of his first sermons here. The theater's stage has finely carved marble relieves; other carvings from aro... More details
Phaselis founded by Rhodes at the beginning of the 6th century B.C., it soon became an important harbour, as can be deduced from the ships portrayed on coins. The Theatre dates back to the 2th century A.D. The arches of the Aqueduct that supplied the... More details
(65 Km from Antalya on the east.) One of the best-known classical sites in Turkey, was an ancient harbor whose name meant pomegranate. Today a pretty resort town, its ancient ruins, two sandy beaches, many shops and extensive tourist accommodation at... More details
Did you know that According to the Old Testament, Patriarch Abraham was born in Edessa (Sanliurfa), which is located in southeastern Turkey. Abraham's exact birthplace is believed to be a cave in the region. The surrounding which is adorned by Rizvaniye Mosque and the Pool of Sacred Fish (Balikli Lake) has come to be considered as a place of pilgrimage.
Just wanted to thank you for helping make our trip to Belek a success! Our guide,
Our guide Derya was very prompt, knowledgeable, and patient. We really enjoyed our
Perge -Aspendos day tour with him. Thanks again for setting it up. We are off to Istanbul tomorrow for
2 days before flying home. We have loved Turkey and hope to visit again.