Turkey 6 Nights & 7 Days
A richly historical land with some of the best cuisine you will ever taste, also scenery from beaches to mountains and the
great city of İstanbul.
In contrast Turkey’s diverse landscapes, from Aegean olive groves to eastern steppe, provide a lyrical setting for its many great
ruins. Furthermore the country’s most magical scenery is to be found in Asian Anatolia, where beautiful vistas are provided by
the vertiginous Mediterranean coastline, Cappadocia’s otherworldly ‘fairy chimney’ rock formations and wavy valleys,
the alpine pastures of the Kaçkar Mountains, and golden beaches such as 18km-long Patara.Consequently whether you settle
down with a çay to enjoy the view across mountain-ringed probably Lake Eğirdir or explore the hilly hinterland on the
southwest coast’s many peninsulas, Turkey’s landscape will leave a lasting impression.
Even more Turkey offers activities to suit every temperament, from outdoors adventure to cultural enrichment. Watery
fun includes diving, windsurfing, rafting and likewise canyoning in mountain gorges, kayaking over Kekova’s sunken
ruins and traditional gület cruises on the Mediterranean and Aegean. So take to the air with Ölüdeniz’ thrilling
paragliding flights or a hot-air balloon ride over Cappadocia. Therefore a fresh angle on stunning Turkish scenery,
trek to highland pastures while walk part of the Lycian Way trail. Almost In town, take a culinary course, soak in the
hamam or sign up for a culinary orseems like cultural walking tour.
Above all the best thing about sampling Turkey’s delicious specialties – ranging from meze on a Mediterranean harbour to
a pension breakfast featuring ingredients fresh from the kitchen garden –most noteworthy is that they take you to the heart of Turkish
culture. Certainly for the sociable and family-orientated Turks, gathering together and eating well is a time-honoured ritual.
So get stuck into olive oil–lathered Aegean vegetables, spicy Anatolian kebaps and hence dishes from Turkey’s many other
corners – and as you drink a tulip-shaped glass of çay and rather contemplate some baklava for dessert, remember that
finally eating is deepening your understanding of Turkey.