Turkiye's Most Popular Caravan Routes

Caravan holidays are increasingly popular, providing unique experiences to travelers who want to explore new routes at their leisure. Turkiye offers caravan travelers numerous options and inspiring destinations.
By: Turkish Tourism
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Bolu Yedig Ller National Park
Bolu Yedig Ller National Park
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Starting from Canakkale, this lovely route winds through the historical heart of the North Aegean, extending to Antalya, the Turkish Riviera's favourite port city...  Çanakkale, the starting point, presents countless options, especially for anyone interested in history. You can explore the ancient city of Troy, trace the origin of Homer's Iliad and Odyssey epics in Canakkale, and visit the Troy Museum, which received the European Museum Academy Special Award. When you arrive in Ayvacik, the lovely district in Canakkale, you can explore the ancient city of Assos. Additionally, at the foot of Mount Ida, Ayvacik has several camping and glamping areas where you can park your caravan.

On this route from Canakkale to Izmir, you will come across Foça, Urla (https://aegean.goturkiye.com/cesme-alacati-and-urla), Seferihisar (https://aegean.goturkiye.com/seferihisar), and the popular holiday regions of Cesme and Alacati are also on this route. In Izmir hence discover several important historical ancient cities such as Ephesus (https://aegean.goturkiye.com/blog/ephesus-exploring-an-ancient-city).

Antalya - The City with the Most Blue Flags in the World

Getting back on the route, the road will take you to Antalya (http://antalya.goturkiye.com/), the heart of the Turkish Riviera. Antalya, the city with the most Blue Flag beaches, attracts attention with its seashore and extraordinary nature: These qualities have ensured that the region has been a centre of settlement for thousands of years. This historical richness includes the Ancient City of Xanthos and its cult centre Letoon, Side, Perge, Aspendos, Myra and Patara; you can explore the city's majestic ancient towns. Some of the world's breathtaking hiking trails lie within the Antalya province, such as the Lycian Way, the Pisidia Cultural Heritage Way and the St. Paul Way. Kas, a prominent diving tourism centre in Turkiye and the world, is also within the province's borders.

A Route of Forests: Black Sea Coastline

The Black Sea Region
dazzles north of Turkiye, featuring a coastline where the sea and forested mountain slopes meet. The region is also one of Turkiye's most popular caravan routes. When you set off from Istanbul to the Black Sea in a caravan, your first stop will be Bolu (https://bolu.goturkiye.com/?_gl=1*18ei84l*_ga*MTg2MDUxMTAwOS4xNjg2MDQ2MTQ3*_ga_9HP46EL2MV*MTY4OTk0NDY1NS4xOS4xLjE2ODk5NDk5MTUuNDIuMC4w*_ga_5PSZPVK8NK*MTY4OTk0NDY1NS4xOS4xLjE2ODk5NDk5MTUuMC4wLjA), blanketed with lush forests, offering fresh, clean air and every shade of green. You move from Bolu to Safranbolu, with picturesque wooden Turkish houses with charming bay windows. From there, you can make your way to the lovely Kastamonu passing by historic Samsun (https://samsun.goturkiye.com/see), towards Rize (http://rize.goturkiye.com/) and Artvin (http://artvin.goturkiye.com/), other stunning routes of the Black Sea, you will encounter hillside valleys, emerald-green plateaus, bubbling streams and historic castles.

Source:Turkish Tourism
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