We all know how many tourists all over the world love rave about Turkey. Among numerous captivating spots, Turquoise Riviera is the one. Its breezy climate, cozy beaches, clear water surrounded by the serene mountain and greenery spread over the vast area of shoreline makes it world top tourist attraction. People call it the ‘Turquoise Coast’ as well. Since it is in the southwest turkey and it mainly comprises of the provinces of Antalya and Muğla and to a lesser extent Aydın, southern İzmir and western Mersin. And hence every year countless tourists all over the world visit and explore the beauty of Turquoise Riviera.
Here is the list of famous spots from Turkish Riviera:
The name of this beautiful place explains pretty well for itself. Butterfly valley is located the Fethiye district of Muğla Province. Since it is a home of countless species of butterflies, the butterfly valley is accessible by boats. Steep walls as tall as 350–400 m (1,150–1,310 ft) are surrounding the valley. Also, the valley’s mountain is 1,975-metre-high (6,480 ft) and is nominated for preservation as world heritage. The valley has a trail that leads to two small waterfalls flowing 365 days a year. People come here and enjoy various fun activities like scuba diving, hiking, camping, and canoeing.
It is a 4.5 km long beach near Dalyan located in the Ortaca district of southwestern Turkey. Also, the beach serves as a natural barrier between the delta of the Dalyan River and the Mediterranean. They often call it ‘Turtle Beach’. Because it is one of the main breeding places for loggerhead sea turtles. The Turkish government assigned protected status to the beach in 1988; since there is the danger of the extinction of loggerhead sea turtles. They gave prime importance to the issue in Turkey’s environmental agenda.
It a small neighborhood and beach resort in the Fethiye district of Muğla Province. And it is located on the Turquoise Coast of southwestern Turkey. Ölüdeniz is located at the conjunction point of Aegean and Mediterranean seas. Moreover, it is mostly a pebble beach with white sand and turquoise water which makes it absolute heaven on earth. Besides, the place is also famous for paragliding internationally. So, it has quite a favorable atmosphere for the activity too.
This 12-mile long beach is also a National Park and leads to the ancient city of Patara. A large number of tourists visit the beach nationally and internationally.
The Olympus is situated in a river valley near the coast of ancient Lycia. Also, the valley is bound on the waterside by Mount Omurga. It is definitely one of the worth visiting places in turkey.
Somewhere, between Kas and Kalkan, there lies this alluring beach at a point where an extremely narrow valley towered by steep cliffs. Besides, it is the point where forests join the seashore in the cove of the same name as the beach (Kaputaş) too. Due to its charming view, it is quite popular among tourists.
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