The territory is characterized, for the most part, by beautiful and picturesque settings, hidden coves, and rustic villages scattered along the coast.
Due to its transparent blu warm water, Turkey is also the perfect destination to explore the beneath marine life.
The capital of Turkey is the renowned city of Istanbul, rich of Byzantine treasures and historical buildings. It is home to many glittering mosques, beautiful panoramic locations, and exclusive restaurants. While visiting the city the visitors can merge in the local life and experience the local habits by walking through the bazaars, tasting the strong spices, and explore the amazing architectural shapes of Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace and the frescoes of Chora Museum.
The lively resort town of Marmaris is known to be the Turkish yachting capital, as well as one of the world’s largest harbors. Discover the town by its amazing landscapes, clear waters, and numerous snorkeling areas to explore the mysterious phosphorus caves.
For the lovers of sailings, do not miss the chance to reach the Gulf of Gocek, home to four of the main Turkish marinas. The port is part of a protected area, and thus is has remained a chambering fishing village with no type of construction or touristic resort.