Turkey

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There are many facets to Turkey, this is what makes it so captivating. There a ruins of ancient empires, small villages, large cosmopolitan cities, sparkling beaches, and impressive mountain ranges.

A succession of historical figures and empires – including the Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans – have all left their mark in this former stopover along the Silk Road. You will be able to experience their legacy, taking you from the quarters of the sultan and his harem in İstanbul's sprawling Topkapı Palace to the romantic and mysterious Lycian ruins on Mediterranean beaches.

Istanbul is one of the world’s great cities. There are so many wonderful reasons why you should visit this city. Istanbul is old, dating back thousands of years, and with that, there are many historical places to visit. Istanbul is gorgeous, with its assortment of mosques and their colourful tile work and dramatic architecture. Istanbul is charming with so many welcoming, friendly people. And Istanbul is also home to the Hagia Sophia, an amazing architectural feat and one of the Wonders of the World. Turkey's diverse landscapes, from Aegean olive groves to eastern steppe, provide a lyrical setting for its many great ruins.

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Fethiye

Fethiye is a port city on Turkey's southwestern Turquoise Coast. It's known for its natural harbour, blue waters and numerous rock tombs including the 4th century BC Tomb of Amyntas.

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Bodrum

Bodrum is a city on the Bodrum Peninsula, stretching from Turkey's southwest coast into the Aegean Sea.

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Boynuz Creek

Boynuz Creek is a stunning bay with untouched natural beauty. Known as a safe and secluded harbour with many traditional restaurants and bars during the summer season. Very popular with yachties.

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Coldwater Bay

Named Coldwater Bay because of the numerous coldwater springs that flow down into the sea from the Taurus Mountains making swimming in the bay’s waters refreshing and invigorating.

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Kalkan

Kalkan is set in one of Europe's most breathtaking, grand sweeping Mediterranean bays. An exquisite harbour, with Turkish wooden gulets bordered with waterfront restaurants and the beach.

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Karacaoren

When sailing in Turkey, the small bay of Karacaoren has to be one of the most beautiful. This little gem is the perfect place for a secret escape whilst cruising along the Turquoise Coast.

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Kas

Kas is a seaside town which has a lot to offer. From shopping and relaxing on the beach to boat trips and hiking. Be sure to sample the local Turkish cuisine.