KEMER REGION


Written on October 28, 2013 – 9:33 pm | by Antalya

KEMER REGIONTurkish resort Kemer is located 42 km from Antalya lying at the feet of the Taurus Mountains. It is a fairy tale countryside of nine villages, very attractive to tourists.

The region magically combines the sea, the forest and the mountains to offer the best vacation for visitors, any time of the year. The healthy environment contributes to a wonderful state of mind and relaxation.The climate is Mediterranean, dry and hot but the sea water is always warm and alluring. The weather is marvelous 300 days a year. Kemer is an important

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THE LYCIAN WAY


Written on October 28, 2013 – 9:33 pm | by Antalya

THE LYCIAN WAY
Aside from its natural beauty, Antalya is replete with historic wonders for tourists. Every year without fail, thousands of travelers are drawn to this area to discover for themselves one of the most beautiful nature walks.Lycia is the historic name for the Teke Peninsula skirted by small bays and high mountains. It has one of the most beautiful walking trails in the world extending for 509 kilometres from Fethiye to Antalya. This 3,000-year old ancient trade route was mapped and waymarked and is now open for the pleasure of thousands of

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KEMER, A BIT OF LEVANT’S SOUL AND FANTASY


Written on October 28, 2013 – 9:33 pm | by Antalya

KEMER, A BIT OF LEVANT’S SOUL AND FANTASYKemer is a small paradise in the Turkish Riviera, where the sea, the pine forest and the mountains blend together in harmony.

It’s a comfortable and peaceful holiday coast with internationally accepted reputation, attracting many visitors from many countries. You may find here nice pleasant blue flag beaches and a lot of shops, ready to sell you a small bit of Levant’s soul and fantasy.
Kemer as a beautiful village on the outskirts of the Taurus Mountains built in 1910, about 43 km from Antalya. There have been

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TURKISH CRUISING AREAS


Written on October 28, 2013 – 9:33 pm | by Antalya

TURKISH CRUISING AREAS
The Turkish coastline can be explored in many ways: by strolling ashore – admiring the view and collecting shells, by visiting the historic sites and gorgeous resorts and by cruising on a ship – and considering the landscape from another perspective.Take a week off and start a cruise through the Turkish gulfs and bays to discover the true beauty of nature, far from land. You may embark in Bodrum and proceed to the Gulf of Gokova, a secluded paradise of tiny slopes and sandy beaches where you will feel at ease

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BLUE CRUISES: SAILING ALONG THE AEGEAN COAST


Written on October 28, 2013 – 9:33 pm | by Antalya

BLUE CRUISES: SAILING ALONG THE AEGEAN COASTThe Blue Cruises are surely one of the loveliest ways to travel around the Turkish Mediterranean and the Aegean Sea. Dreamlike bays, crystal clear water, and ancient cities sunken in the ocean define the image that is offered from the warm deck of a sailboat. For centuries, on the Turkish Aegean coast they have been building gullets, a very special kind of wooden boat that can today be chartered by individual tourists or travel groups for a sailing trip. SunExpress presents to you the comforts and

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ADRASAN


Written on October 28, 2013 – 9:33 pm | by Antalya

ADRASAN95 km from Antalya city center, 45 km from Kemer and 10 km from Olimpos, Adrasan is the new favorite of people in search of serenity and relaxation. Its major sights are the white-blue sea, Ordekli brook, Musa mountain and its paths with stunning views.
It’s around five thirty In the morning: The sun rises unhurriedly as if passing through the sea like a ball of red and orange hues. The sea is calm, there is a gentle breeze on the beach. Ducks are taking their time before they submerge in the brook. Resting

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10 TIPS FOR A TYPICAL ANTALYA TRIP


Written on October 28, 2013 – 9:33 pm | by Antalya

10 TIPS FOR A TYPICAL ANTALYA TRIP
We present a medley of activities and the essential sights of Antalya for those with limited time

1. KALEIÇI
You must spare time for the old city surrounded by ancient city walls, admire the unique architecture, walk the streets that lead to it from the harbour, spend evenings in the courtyards of the bars and restaurants and indulge yourself in the vibrancy of night life. Take a walk to buy souvenirs, jams and the local hand-woven nomadic rugs, an ethnographic element of Antalya. Towering above the city walls to greet

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ANOTHER ANTALYA


Written on October 28, 2013 – 9:33 pm | by Antalya

ANOTHER ANTALYAThis itinerary is for those adventurous souls who want to hit the road by themselves! What do you say to getting out of your hotel or apartment, and finding a whole new Antalya?
We flew SunExpress to Antalya on a Thursday evening for a three-day weekend adventure. Our first task was to visit the rent a car office in the airport, and pick up our rented transport. We launched out directly from the town centre for our hotel in Konyaaltı, popular for its sandy beaches and lively bars. Over the three days we

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ROUTES OF NATURE, ADVENTURE AND THRILLS


Written on October 28, 2013 – 9:33 pm | by Antalya

ROUTES OF NATURE, ADVENTURE AND THRILLSThe fertile Antalya terrain is endowed with scores of natural wonders. The most enjoyable way to get close to them is in the outdoor and adventure sports!ROCK CLIMBING IN GEYIKBAYIRIGeyikbayırı is one of the main rock climbing zones of Turkey. Climbing is possible from September until the end of May, whereas in summer the excessive heat deters even hikers. Thanks to the mild winter of the area, Geyikbayırı is comparable to Europe’s preferred rock climbing spots Margalef (Spain) and Kalymnos (Greece).- How to get there?Geyikbayırı is 25 km.

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Antalya


Written on October 28, 2013 – 9:33 pm | by Antalya

Flights to Antalya – Beach Holidays- Sun and Sea

Antalya Flights – Beach holidays on the Turkish Riviera

Antalya, capital of the province of the same name, is the tourist centre of the “Turkish Riviera”. With 300 days of sunshine a year, the region is a holiday hotspot all year round. The town’s landmark is the grooved minaret, Yivli Minareli, a 13th Century mosque. Antalya’s tourist highlights include the Roman Hadrian’s Gate, the picturesque Kaleici old town district with its lovingly restored houses, the idyllic harbour and the Archaeological Museum. The peaks of the powerful Taurus mountains provide Antalya with

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