The shore of Lake One
Lake Wan is the largest body of water in Turkey, and the second largest body of water in the Middle East. It is located in the eastern Anatolia region, near the Turkish-Iranian border, as it is a triangular lake, occupying the lowest area in a closed, wide water basin, and bordered by tall mountains from The southern side, and a group of hills, and mountains on the eastern side, and many volcanic peaks on the western side, as interspersed with the tributaries of various rivers in both: the northern and the eastern.
The isolated beach of Cirali is considered one of the most charming and calm beaches of Turkey, due to the lack of major resorts or hotels in it, as this beach is located about an hour by car from the center of Antalya, knowing that it is possible to enjoy watching the dark green mountains that surround the beach, You can also visit the ruins of the beachfront city of Olympus, which was built in the Hellenistic era and was affiliated with the Lycian Empire.
Oludeniz Beach is characterized by its clean sand and the waters of its lake shimmering under the rays of the sun, graded by the turquoise colors, and the greenish blue, and the beach is an ideal place for practicing various water sports, such as swimming, diving, and the beach is also known as the best sites on the globe for parachute flying; Unique, and the exceptional height of Mount Papadage, which reaches a height of about 1,981.2 meters.
Bozcaada Island Beach
Bozcaada Island is located on the Aegean Sea, and is characterized by its fine sandy beach, its charming winding streets, and adjacent to the traditional beach caves. The island is also famous for its castle dating back to the fifteenth century AD, which was built on the ruins of many previous palaces, in addition to that it is characterized by vineyards, And its white restored houses.
Kabutash Beach, which is a coastal village overlooking the Mediterranean, is a popular tourist destination in Turkey, where pebbly beaches are still clean despite their popularity, and frequent tourism is frequent. Enjoy watching the amazing shipwrecks.