Located in the west of Turkey and on the Aegean shores, İzmir, the pearl of the Aegean, is the third largest city in Turkey. With its 8.500 year history, fertile land, favorable climate, 629 km coastline, 300 sunny days a year,

a sea that offers every shade of blue and the heritage left behind by the 32 civilizations it has been a home to, İzmir is ready for you to discover. With its perfect climate, İzmir has a wonderful natural environment for agricultural

products such as olives, figs, grapes and cotton. Various sea food, wines, local herbs, olive oil and the delicious cuisine make İzmir an attractive city also for gourmets. The city of a magnificent history, the blue sea, delicious cuisine,

freedom and healing; The destination of a happy vacation, İzmir is ready to welcome you with a shining sun, turquoise waters and sandy beaches... Having an 8.500-year history, İzmir has been a home to great civilizations such as

Hittites, Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans. The city hosts the ancient cities of Ephesus and Pergamon; the remains of the Temple of Artemis which is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World; the House of Virgin Mary and many other historical treasures.

İzmir presents the rich history it inherited through museums, art galleries, exhibitions, historical sites and historical structures.

Istanbul is a city of unparalleled social and cultural richness. It is as fascinating and historical as it is dynamic and modern. Serving as the capital of two mighty empires incessantly for sixteen centuries,

Eastern Roman or Byzantine and Ottoman, and set squarely between two continents, Istanbul has cultures and traditions that blend East with West and Mediterranean with Anatolian. Each civilization that has made

Istanbul its home has left its mark in sublime and splendid ways, and the result a city that gives one the feeling of universal history at every step. With a definitely multicultural touch and a vibrant atmosphere

rooted deep in the past experience of humanity while facing toward the future, Istanbul is truly as much a crossroads of ideas and cultures today as ever. For how many cities in the world is home to ages old churches,

mosques, and synagogues in such a close proximity, showing us the possibility of a community formed of different cultures living in a state of peace and tolerance that stems from a shared human past and belief in the future.

The province of Muğla, located in the southwest corner of Turkey where the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean, includes popular holiday destinations, such as Gökova, Bodrum, Marmaris, Datça, Milas, Dalyan and Fethiye.

With its beautiful resorts, impressive ruins of past civilizations, magnificent landscapes and vast beaches, thermal waters, rich flora and fauna, as well as accommodations, restaurants and entertainment choices to suit every taste,

this region has something to offer to everyone. Bodrum and Fethiye, linking Mugla with the rest of the country. There are two international airports in the province, Dalaman and Bodrum-Milas. Muğla Province, which accommodates

nineteen marinas and slips, has the longest coast in Turkey with a total length of 1,124 kilometres. Regular boat trips are available between the coastal resorts as well as to neighbouring Greek islands. Mugla has a Mediterranean climate;

it is hot and dry during summer and cool and rainy during winter. Muğla’s residents are only an hour away from some of Turkey’s most popular tourist destinations: famous antique cities such as Halicarnassos, Knidos, Mylasa, and Kaunos;

hundreds of magnificent bays with unmatchable beauty; the Blue Lagoon, the Caretta Caretta Beach, the Patara Beach, and the Butterfly Valley. The myriad of venues offered by Muğla Province make the region as attractive as it can be for the

three million tourists hosted annually.

Kusadası, one of the lovely holiday destinations which is just next to Ephesus and House of Virgin Mary, is a resort town in the Aegean coast of Turkey, and a famous port of call for cruise ships. Kusadasi offers an excellent environment

for an unforgettable holiday. Situated on the west coast of Turkey- 90km south of Izmir, Kusadasi, is reputed for one of the most attractive city of the Aegean, as it is close to the important historical sites including Ephesus, Didyma, Priene,

Miletos-the principals of ancient times, and ideal for sightseers.Kusadasi has a typical Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters, providing a long tourism season.The city is bathed in sunshine for 300 days of the year.

Numerous powdery sandy beaches with warm&clear waters, providing a peaceful atmosphere, allow a great variety of water and beach facilities. Windsurfing, water skiing, sailing and beach volley are only a few choice for the lovers of active life.

After sunbathing restfully during the day, the city awaits the superb sunset. As the sun sets, the attractive cafes and restaurants through the palm-lined boulevard, get busier. It is a great delight to watch the comings and goings of the yachts and ships

with accompanience of the panoramicview of the sunset, on a pre-drink before the dinner. The restaurants, serving a variety of fresh seafood &fish and Aegean specialties, offer a delicious meal in Kusadasi. Dancing and entertaining at a lively bar or a disco

until dawn, may end an ideal day in Kusadasi.

The city of Sakarya, one of the most important cities in Turkey for its rapid growth and development, is also attention worthy for it’s natural beauties and cultural richness. It is one of the paradise-like spots of the country with its sea, beaches, lakes, rivers,

highlands, thermal springs along with traditional Ottoman lifestyle districts such as Taraklı and Geyve, and historical relics inherited from the Byzantine and Ottoman eras that are worth witnessing. If you prefer to travel to Adapazarı by air, the nearest airport is the

Sabiha Gökçen Airport in Kurtköy – Istanbul and Istanbul Atatürk Airport in Yeşilköy.

Known as "Green Bursa", this province with its 2,7 million people (2013) stands on the lower slopes of Uludag (Mount Olympos of Mysia, 2543 m) in the Marmara region of Anatolia. The title "Green" of Bursa comes from its gardens and parks, and of course from its being in the middle of

an important fruit growing region. In Bursa there are things you should not miss. First of all you are in the homeland of the delicious "Iskender Kebap", one of the best dishes of world - famous Turkish Cuisine. The candied chestnuts (Kestane Sekeri) are a specialty of desserts and have an

unforgettable taste. The peaches of Bursa are unique. As for something to purchase; Bursa is a center of the silk trade (since first silk cocoons were brought here with the caravans of the Silk Road) and towel manufacturing. Uludag is the largest and most celebrated winter-sports and skiing center in Turkey.

It is 36 kilometers from Bursa and easily accessible by car or cable-car. The area is also a national park and is worth a visit at any time of the year. The accommodation is high quality offering the opportunity to enjoy the mountain, with a variety of entertainment and sports activities.