Mediterranean Turkey

Mediterranean Turkey is a region in Turkey. It occupies entire southern coast of Turkey and some places more inland. Mediterranean coast of Turkey is mostly a narrow strip of land squeezed in between pine-covered Taurus Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea.
Antalya is the largest city on the Turkish Mediterranean coast, and is one of the hubs of the so-called Turkish Riviera.
Pamphylia is a region in the southern Mediterranean region of Turkey. With large sandy beaches backed by Roman ruins, Pamphylia is great for swimmers, as well as history lovers.
Kaş is a "Turkish Delight" city in the very south of Turkey.
Cilician Mountains forms the central part of the Mediterranean Region of Turkey.
Marmaris is a town in Turkey, along the Mediterranean coast in the province of Muğla. It has around 28 000 inhabitants, however the population can be up to 250,000 during the height of the tourist-season.
Cilician Plains, or Çukurova in modern Turkish, is in Mediterranean Turkey.
Kabak is a small village in Lycia, Turkey. It is the perfect place to escape the package tourist groups, and a great place on the Turkish Mediterranean to have a truly laid-back experience.
Hatay is a province in southeastern part of Mediterranean Turkey, bordering Syria.
Fethiye is in Lycia on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. Fethiye is a tourist town with an international atmosphere.
Lakes District is in Mediterranean Turkey. Scattered by a number of lakes large and small, fresh and salty alike, this …
Antakya, also known as Antioch, Antioch-on-the-Orontes is the capital of Hatay Province, Mediterranean Turkey.
Lycia is the westernmost section of Mediterranean Turkey. Lycia is also popularly known as Turquoise Coast, and forms a substantial part of Turkish Riviera.
Kayaköy is a "ghost town" near Fethiye in Lycia, Turkey. Kayaköy, or Levissi as it was known to its former …
Adana is in Mediterranean Turkey. Lying a fair distance away from the Mediterranean coast, in the centre of huge Cilician Plains and …
Dalyan is a town in southern Muğla Province of Turkey. Dalyan is established in an environmentally protected area.
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