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Turkish Riviera offers sea, sand, sun and much more
The Mediterranean coast of Turkey, often known as the Turkish Riviera, attracts millions of domestic and international visitors each year because of its exceptional fusion of nature, history, and culture.
By: Turkish Tourism
Antalya and its thrilling attractions
The first place that springs to mind when considering the Mediterranean shore is Antalya, located in the centre of the Turkish Riviera. The city is known for its 229 Blue Flag-registered beaches and legendary historical landmarks, but it is also a sporting paradise. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy exploring the captivating Karain, Dim, and Damlataş caves. Within the boundaries of the province of Antalya lie some of the world's most breathtaking hiking trails, including the Lycian Way, Pisidia Heritage Trail, and St. Paul's Way. The Kaş neighbourhood in Antalya is regarded as one of the top 10 diving locations in the world. Paragliding and several water sports are among the must-do activities in the area. Belek attracts recognition for its world-class golf courses at the same time.
One step will take you to the Lake District and the rose and lavender gardens.
A small part of Turkey's Lake District, which draws attention with its many natural wonders in the Mediterranean Basin, is also located near Antalya. The region has 16 lakes, and was named one of the "The 50 Best Places to Travel in 2023" by Travel + Leisure as a destination for cultural richness.
The Turkish nation's primary rose and lavender growing region, Isparta, is situated in the Lake District. Isparta offers various opportunities for experiencing the natural beauty of the Mediterranean. Admire the stunning picture-perfect setting of lavender in purple blossom as you explore these hidden gems on the other side of the Taurus Mountains.
An incredible Mediterranean culinary adventure
Mediterranean cuisine attracts attention as one of the wealthiest and most diversified gourmet traditions in Türkiye, and food lovers will find a variety of intriguing gems there. Fish and seafood are featured prominently in Mediterranean cuisine, alongside vegetable dishes made with organic olive oil and unique experiences with meat dishes and spices. Traditional restaurants provide fresh fish and meat meals like tantuni-kebab, well-known appetisers like salted bonito and piyaz, and desserts like burned ice cream and künefe, all of which are paired with regional wines.
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