Turkey Holidays: Five of the Best Must See Sights

Nothing can compare to the experience of authentic Turkey holidays where architectural delights merge seamlessly with breathtaking natural wonders. Never to be underestimated, Turkey holidays offer so much more that contemporary complexes and awe-inspiring water parks.

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Pamukkale Thermal Pools
A world heritage site since 1988, the hot springs of Pamukkale are located to the south of Turkey within the Aegean region. Although a religious site believed to have bestowed Pluto’s presence, today you are able to tread through the travertines and paddle through the pools.
Kaputas Cove
Take the 200 steps down to Kaputas Cove for the most incredible beach experience that you will ever encounter. Located near Kalkan, Kaputas Cove is loved for its unspoiled shorelines, frequently dubbed as the ‘best beach in Turkey’.
 
Image from The Kalkan Website
 
Ephesus
Once one of the largest cities of the Mediterranean, the Ephesus date back 10thCentury BC.  With both a Greek and Roman heritage, the architecture here gives an eclectic example of the diversity of civilizations, with sites including the Ryem Ana Evi and the Temple of Artemis — just two of the popular structural remains.
 
Grand Bazaar
While in Turkey do not pass on the chance to visit the infamous Grand Bazaar. Dating back to the early 1700’s, the Grand Bazaar boasts thousands of shops spread across over 60 streets, making it one of the largest markets in the world. Expect to find traditional treats including jewelry, carpets and leather goods.
 
Sultan Ahmet Camii
The Sultan Ahmet Camii dates back to the 17th century and is arguably one of the most majestic mosques to grace the globe. Located in Istanbul, this is a sight that must been seen to be believed with its multi-domed exterior and courtyard simply foregrounding the splendor that can be found inside.
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