Discover the most beautiful hidden gems in Turkey. Secret and breath-taking destinations await you. Fly over Cappadocia in a hot air balloon, bask on the beaches of Kemer, photograph the wild horses of Hörmetçi or the giant statues of Nemrut Dagi.
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These incredible rocks dozens of metres high, owe their shape to natural erosion. One can only think that the wind must be naughty in this region of Cappadocia. Foodies and woodland hikers may find these large boulders more like morels than anything else.
You will decide when you discover this breath-taking site.
From Mount Taurus, water streams down to form the Duden Waterfalls that drop into the sea at the foot of Antalya. Come at sunset to see gorgeous rainbows. You can access the Duden Park by car or public transport and observe the waterfalls from the mainland, or take a boat ride to admire the main waterfall from the sea.
There are many bars and restaurants in the park. It’s a perfect place for a green outing, the park isn’t too crowded with tourists and it’s a great way to get out of town and breathe.
Türkiye is home to infinite locations that are beyond your wildest dreams! Full of ancient sites, unique beauty, and unparalleled destinations, visiting Türkiye is an unforgettable experience.
Turkey, officially the Republic of Turkey, is a transcontinental country, located mostly in Anatolia in Western Asia, but also in East Thrace in south-eastern Europe.
Turkey is bordered by eight countries: Bulgaria to the north-west; Greece to the west; Georgia to the north-east;
Armenia, Iran and the Azerbaijani exclave of Nakhichevan to the east; and Iraq and Syria to the south-east.