Mersin Escort

 

 

This magical city along Turkey’s Aegean cost embraces it visitors and marks their hearts with its perfect combination of history, nature and tranquility. Muğla is not only well known for its touristy spots such as crowded beaches and clubbing scene, but also for its calm and peaceful settings that are waiting to be discovered. Home to spectacular landscapes and serene, warm beaches located at the juncture of the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas, Muğla is home to the high-end resort cities of Bodrum, Fethiye, Datça, Ölüdeniz and Marmaris. Many of Turkey’s Blue Flag beaches are located in Bodrum, Datça and Marmaris with dozens of beaches. In Bodrum, visitors can see the ruins of the once great Greek city at the Theater of Halicarnassus and the Mausoleum of Mausolus, which is listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Bodrum also houses the Castle of St. Peter, a large Crusader castle that still remains intact. With a turquoise sea and a bustling beach, Ölüdeniz is also a favorite, especially when it comes to transportation and accommodation options. It is surrounded by a number of vacation resort towns including Ovacık and Hisarönü. Fethiye lies on the ruins of the ancient city of Telmessos and includes many historic sites such as the Tomb of Amyntas and the Telmessos Theater from which many important Greek plays originated. Çalıs Beach is considered the best beach in Fethiye. The beach is especially famous for its tourist facilities and water sports. If you are going on a family vacation, then Çalıs is also ideal as you can enjoy the summer and sun on the 2-kilometer beach.

 

Blue Flag beaches in İzmir

 

As Turkey’s third largest city on the Aegean coast, İzmir is a renowned holiday resort with vivid summer days, perfect water for swimming and hidden villages on the coast to relax. There are nearly 50 Blue Flag beaches in İzmir with most of them located in the towns of Çeşme, Menderes, Seferihisar, Karaburun Selçuk. In Çeşme, which is Turkey’s western-most point with nine blue flag beaches, you will find an array of marinas, hotels and restaurants as well as one of the country’s most famous beaches. There are also little tourist spots that are only a drive away from Çeşme. Among those spots, the most popular one is Alaçatı, which you must visit for an unforgettable holiday experience. Selçuk has three Blue Flag beaches and is not only a perfect summer destination, but also a significant historic site to visit, especially Ephesus. Ephesus, “Efes” in Turkish, is one of the ancient Greek cities in the region. Built in the 10th century B.C., the city was founded by Attic and Ionian colonists. The Temple of Artemis in the city is the most well-known ancient remnant, since it is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. So in order to experience one of the seven wonders, visiting Ephesus must be on your list. This ancient city was home to one …