Accessible only by sea and located on famous Lycian Way, the Butterfly Valley gives shelter to 100 unique species of butterflies and invites you to swim in turquoise waters.
It is here where the world renowned saint, St. Nicholas was born. Visit a church built in his memory, and follow the steps of the saint visiting unique Lycian ruins.
Romantic legend says that it's here where Cleopatra and Marc Antony swam together. True or false, it is a gorgeous place to visit with a white-sand beach and ancient ruins to discover.
Glamorous, luxurious, and charming town with a world class marina, top restaurants, and shopping. Located on Bodrum Peninsula. From here it's easy to reach the Dodecanese islands of Greece and explore two countries.
Abandoned after the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1923 and the population exchange decision between two countries. Wander among the ruins of homes, schools, churches, chapels and enjoy the amazing views of nature.
Locals claim that the world renowned traveler was born in Korcula town. There's even Marko Polo’s alleged house of birth to be visited as as a museum.
Defensive walls built in 1333 and well preserved until the modern days. It is believed to be the longest in Europe. Ston village is also famous for delicious oysters.
Have one of the most rejuvenating experiences visiting a lavender field and feel yourself as if you’re in French Grasse - famous lavender town at Cote d'Azur.
Not touched by mass tourism, the island is a General for those loving quite& relaxing vacation. Perfect for swimming, water sports, biking.
Often compared to famous Blue Grotto of Capri, the Blue Cave is a beautiful gem of Croatian island Bisevo. The best time to visit is before 10am due escaping touristic crowds.
Amazing remote island of Halki managed to remain untouched by mass tourism, and it's a perfect getaway place for peace seekers. halki is known for keeping old traditional songs alive, most notably the ''mantinada'' - a 15-syllable rhyming couplet which is sung in Cretan dialect.
Kastellorizo is worth visiting when sailing out of Turkish Gocek towards South. Its pretty harbor lined with neo-classical style houses, excellent cafes, and the fabulous ruins of a Hellenistic castle attract visitors to come. After the island go back to Kas in Turkey - the loveliest town in the area.
Welcome to the birthplace of mathematician Pythagoras and philosopher Epicurus! Enjoy your visit to the ancient site of Heraion - a sanctuary to the goddess, Hera, centuries old vineyards and tasting delicious local speciality - muscat wine, and picture perfect anchorages.
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