A holiday house rental in Antalya will allow you to enjoy Turkey's largest international coastal resort. Bus and train passes can be purchased to travel this city at a reduced cost. Beaches, including Lara and Konyaalti, are very popular with tourists, and other attractions include the Duden Waterfalls, Ulu Cami, Koprulu Canyon, and Hadrian's Gate.
Side, located on the southern coast, is another popular tourist destination in Turkey. Some of the most interesting sights include Aspendos Bridge, the Side Museum, Temple of Apollo, and Manavgat Waterfall. The white sands of Side are home to one of the most ancient cities you’ll find on your Turkey holidays, with ruins scattered along the pine-strewn peninsular beaches.
If you’re after sun and sea on your Turkey holidays, look no further than the quiet Mediterranean coast of Kemer. Holidays to Kemer primarily mean peace and quiet, whether relaxing by the thirty mile beachfront or strolling along hidden coves and rocky bays down into the blue waters below. Sounds fantastic!
Turkish resorts such as those found dotted throughout Alanya – and which comprise what’s been long-dubbed, the Turkish Riviera - are renowned for their choice of watersports offered, and thrill-seeking holidaymakers will be spoilt for choice, courtesy of the availability of water skiing, parasailing and banana boating to name but three options
Manavgat is an beach city in the popular Antalya region of Turkey. It’s pretty famous for the river that runs through it, not to mention its waterfalls – and it’s all nicely set in the protected forests of the Taurus Mountains. As well as that, Manavgat makes a great base for beach trips to Side and exploring the ancient cities of Perge and Aspendos.
Belek holidays unfold on what’s known as the Turkish Riviera – mile upon mile of sun-bleached Mediterranean beaches gently washed by azure seas. Old and new sit happily side by side in Belek, an idyllic spot where the treasures of ancient Turkey blend into a modern and stylish resort... Travellers have been drawn to this part of the world for centuries.
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Koprulu Canyon National Park, declared in 1973 as a national park, covers of 35.719 hectares. The park is in the mountains 49 km northeast of Antalya. Koprulu Kanyon National Park is in the Manavgat district of the Antalya province. The road along the coast from Antalya to Manavgat then passes through Tasagil and Beskonak. There is a management plan made in 1973 by the Turkish and American experts.
Koprulu Canyon is a river suitable for rafting, starting at the town of Sutçuler (Sütçüler) of Isparta district, reaching the sea in Antalya. There are two historical bridges at the starting point of the part of the river suitable for rafting, the smaller one built by the master and the larger one by his headworker. Koprulu Canyon takes its name from these bridges, meaning ‘’the canyon with bridges’’. The water of this clean river supplying a chance for a raft for 7000 of people per day during the summer months is drinkable.