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The Turkish Coastline

Turkey has one of the longest coastlines of any country on the Mediterranean, and the stretch from Cesme to Alanya is bordered by such clear, picturesque waters that it is known as Turkish Turquoise Coast.


Turkish Riviera: Antalya is the largest city on the Mediterranean with its charming harbour. Known as the Turkish Riviera is the most stunning part of Turkey's Mediterranean coast with its perfect sun, endless clean beaches, ultra luxury resorts, nature and history. Kalkan Coast: Sophisticated resorts providing an authentic experience, in the midst of history and stunning nature on the Kalkan coastline of Turkey.


Eastern Mediterranean shore is made up of the Mediterranean's least well known shores and of inlets that have yet to be discovered.


Black Sea coast of Turkey is famous with its green forests, traditional wooden houses, extraordinary plateaus, also untouched beautiful beaches.


Bodrum Peninsula: Situated on a peninsula, Bodrum is one of the most chic and European resorts in Turkey, with its historical architecture, fantastic beaches, fishing villages and trendy nightclubs. Fethiye Coastline: Fethiye is one of the best coastal regions in Turkey. There are numerous lovely bays and coves for mooring and relaxing in this area. This is the coast we visit on the Turquoise Delight tour with Koda Sail. Dalyan Coast: Dalyan is a small town on the south western coast of Turkey. Dalyan is on a river delta, its narrow waterways, surrounded by reed beds, also perfect for a relaxed family holiday. Loryma Peninsula: Beautiful coastline, olive groves, pine forests, friendly people, good fresh foods and delicious local wines, that could easily compete against many European vineyards.


North Aegean coast of Turkey is beautiful, historic and agriculturally rich. Also offers long stretches of lovely, sandy, child friendly beaches surrounded by pine and olive clad hills.

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