If you are one of those who are attracted by the virgin nature or the ancient monuments and buildings that have not been set foot on human feet or consumed by a large number of visitors and tourists, then it is no wonder that you think of Türkiye, which is one of the most famous places of tourism in the world. But it is preferable to stay away from the sandy beaches in Antalya or Fethiye, for example, or the palaces, museums and bazaars of Istanbul, and not approach the mountains and valleys of Trabzon and Ayder or Risa tea fields, as many tourists who reach hundreds of thousands annually adhere to the same old cities and resorts.
Butterfly Valley is a quiet, secluded place. It is located in southern Türkiye near the western coast. It belongs to the Turkish state of Muğla, and can only be reached by boat. It is a natural resort, and an out-of-time by place to escape from the bustling city life with pristine forests, enchanting waterfalls and flocks of butterflies that live nearby that are waiting to be discovered from visitors. This wonder of Mother Nature gets its name from the exotic species of winged beauties fluttering in the canyon who certainly make for welcome companions as you relax on the pearly-white beachfront.
Olympus is a tiny village located in a valley on the southwest coast of Türkiye. It is quiet and dreamy and provides visitors with a glimpse into the history and culture of the region.
An ancient city located on the southeastern border between Türkiye and Syria and is distinguished by its ancient castle, glowing houses of limestone, stunning vistas and a diverse mosaic of peoples, making it like a melting pot of Assyrian, Arab, Turkish and Kurdish ethnicities and cultures.
Legend has it that the nearby Mount Farhad was named after a hero of the region, who tried to win the friendliness of the father of his beloved Princess Sherine by digging a tunnel across the mountain to bring the spring water to the princess’ palace.
In a short drive from the city of Adiyaman in southeastern Türkiye, you will reach the Nemrut Mountain. The climb to the summit is worth the experience, as it has been rated as the best place in the world to witness a breathtaking sunrise. Although it is considered the highest open museum in the world, it is one of the lesser-known archaeological sites in Türkiye, despite the monuments, it contains graves such as the tomb of King AntiochisAntiochus and huge stone statues.
Now, do you still think you’ve visited Türkiye enough?!
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