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Things to do in Turkey
Alanya - see the wonderful Damlatas Caves
The caves at Damlatas were discovered by accident when stone for building the harbour was being mined. There is a 50m tunnel that opens up into a central cave that is filled with stalagmites and stalactites, these are thought to be over 15,000 years old. It is said that the air is good for asthmatics to breath and scientific experiments appear to support this. It take around an hour to explore the caves.
Alanya - take a Gulet along the coastline
A Gulet is a traditional Turkish sailing boat and a trip on one of these is a great way both to relax and to see the beautiful coastline around Alanya. Admire the ancient castle as you sail out the harbor and then just relax. Many of the trips from the harbor also include food and drink so this is also an excellent opportunity to sample traditional Turkish cuisine.
Antalya - have a dip in the Roman baths of Hierapolis and Pamukkale
Pamukkale and its historic city of Hierapolis have been centers of rest for travelers for thousands of years. The area consists of 17 hot water springs whose temperatures vary from 35C to 100C. The landscape is stunning with its covering of calcium carbonate and series of pools. Walking in the area is possible but not without shœes to protect the deposits and your feet. The Roman city of Hierapolis can take a day to visit but when visiting try not to miss the theatre, the temple to Apollo or Cleopatra’s pool which has water at 36 C.
Antalya - visit the scenic Duden Waterfalls
The Duden waterfalls are a series of 12 waterfalls that have cut their way through the limestone countryside. Each of the waterfalls has their own characteristics and you can actually walk behind 2 of them and look out through the cascading water to the outside. There are walks all around the area so take your time and relax whilst enjoying the scenery.
Antalya - wander the Roman ruins of Perge City
Because it was conquered by both the Greeks and the Romans Turkey is filled with examples of both styles of architecture and in Perge they can be seen side by side right from the entrance at the city gates. The site is continuously being excavated so there is always something new to see and learn about. It is well worth taking a guide for added value as there is so much to learn about the site.
Bodrum - enjoy the harbour views and castle of St Peter
The Castle of St Peter at Bodrum was built by the Knights Hospitaller between 1402 and 1437. Each of the various parts of the order had their own tower and area of responsibility which explains why there are so many there now. There are still hundreds of coats of arms carved and painted on each of the 7 entrances to the central Keep. A walk along the castle walls offers great views over the harbor that it protects.
Bodrum - take a boat trip to Rabbit Island
You can take a boat trip over to Rabbit Island but at certain times of the day you can walk over providing you do not mind getting a little wet. Parts of the island are constantly undergoing archeological excavations but you cannot enter these sites for safety reasons. The island itself is ideal for pleasant walks, but take strong walking shoes as the paths are sometimes uneven and steep.
Istanbul - take cooking Lessons for local Turkish specialites
Turkish food is more than kebabs and a cooking class soon highlights the wide variety of spices that are used and dishes that can be prepared. Istanbul has numerous cooking classes and many hotels offer cooking classes to their guests. Many of these courses last just a day and allow you to sample your skills at the end of the day. Some of the classes include a visit to the local market and tips on which produce to pick.
Istanbul - visit the Istanbul Archaeology Museum
The Istanbul Archeology Museum is actually 3 buildings each having a separate theme. There are over 1 million exhibits representing all ages of world history, which makes it the largest museum of its kind in the world. Amazing stone carvings and sculptures fill the buildings and it can take more than a day to look around just the main building. Most famous of the exhibits is the Alexander Sarcophagus, thought to have been the last resting place of Alexander the Great.
Kas - go diving in the waters off the coast
Diving in the Mediterranean can be spectacular and the warm waters off Kas offer visibility of up to 40m. Divers can regularly see turtles, dolphins and eagle rays as they sweep past. Superb corals of many colours are all along the coast with over 40 recognized dive sites. If you have never dived this is a great place to try before booking a course.
Introduction of Turkey
A well-kept vacation secret until fairly recent times, Turkey is set along the Mediterranean and straddles Anatolian Asia and the far southeast of Europe. Culturally fascinating, it offers fabulous beach resorts, towering mountain ranges and Mount Ararat, the traditional landing place of Noah's Ark. Istanbul, once the famed medieval city of Constantinople, holds a minaret and dome-filled skyline and is the gateway to this ancient land, an atmospheric mix of East and West. Here, the Byzantine glory of Istanbul's Hagia Sophia is reflected in mosques and Orthodox churches. Ruined Roman temples and cities like Ephesus are aplenty across the country, as are remnants of ancient Greece including legendary Troy. Nowadays, Turkey hotels in the numerous Aegean, Mediterranean and Black Sea beach resorts like Kusadasi, Antalya and Samsun draw huge numbers of visitors annually to their locations near golden sands and warm azure waters. Southeastern Anatolia's Middle-Eastern flavour, Bodrum's wild nightlife and the cold, snow-shrouded misty mountains to the east are just a small part of the multicultural delights of this huge country. Turkey is the ultimate in crossroads of civilisations.