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.
Popular destinations: Antalya, Kaş and Marmaris

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Search for hotels in Antalya, in Kas, in Marmaris, in Uzunyurt and in Fethiye.

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Lycia is the westernmost section of Mediterranean Turkey. Lycia is also popularly known as Turquoise Coast, and forms a substantial part of Turkish Riviera.
Popular destinations: Kaş, Marmaris and Kabak

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.
Popular destinations: Antalya, Alanya and Manavgat

Cilician Mountains forms the central part of the Mediterranean Region of Turkey.
Popular destinations: Anamur, Narlıkuyu and Silifke


Cilician Plains, or Çukurova in modern Turkish, is in Mediterranean Turkey.
Popular destinations: Adana, Mersin and Tarsus

Hatay is a province in southeastern part of Mediterranean Turkey, bordering Syria.
Popular destinations: Antakya and Iskenderun

Lakes District is in Mediterranean Turkey. Scattered by a number of lakes large and small, fresh and salty alike, this …
Popular destinations: Burdur and Akşehir
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