top famous beaches in Turkey

6/15/2017

Top Famous Beaches in Turkey

Weather become so hot these days in Turkey so tourism turkey team searched some famous beached in Turkey for visitors.Turkey is like a península, there are sea 3 side of  Turkey.Some toursits visit Turkey just for that beaches and sea.That list will give some reasons for to visit Turkey.

Patara Beach

patara lycia beach

Patara Beach,  is one of the largest and beautiful beaches in this region, located near the patara ancient city.The longest and most spectacular beach in Turkey, about 18 kilometers seaside ,  rafine and white sand ,sea is shallow.There are always wind so its good for windsurf.

Oludeniz lagoon (Dead Sea)


The town has spectacular natural beauties, Oludeniz Beach, one of the famous beaches of the world, is waiting for you and your esteemed guests with its unique and serene beauty. Calis Beach is undoubtedly the first place that comes to mind when it comes to the beach. The beach is thrilling in the heart of those who see white sands, blue and clear sea.Fethiye ölüdeniz ,most beautiful beach in the world was selected in 2006

Bodrum

bodrum peninsula

Bodrum is really famous resort in Turkey and many people prefer Bodrum for holiday.Can see that white houses on photo and akk of houses are white in Bodrum.There are plenty of pretty beaches including Bitez and Türbükü.Bodrum is good for  windsurfing too.

Kaputas Beach

kaputaş beach

On the left side of the coast road between Kas and Kalkan, you will see beauty of Kaputas Beach. you can reach by descending 187 steps from the highway. The water of the beach is usually cool and turquoise.We think that if it is a bit troublesome to reach Kaputaş which is one of the best beaches of Turkey but it is worth this beauty.

Antalya Kleaopatra Beach

Turkey Kleopatra beach

The beach, which is named after Cleopatra, the last queen of ancient Egypt, has a clear sea and golden coasters.In addition to swimming on the beach, you can also benefit from water sports such as parachuting, jet skiing, sea biking.There are many buffets on the beach and you can easily meet all kinds of food and drink needs.


Cirali Beach-Antalya

çıralı beach

History and green meet with sea in there at the same time caretta caretta's hosted in there.Unique beauty in Çıralı beach which walking distance.You can camp or stay in bungalow hotels.Cirali is a natural and historical site so do not allow to make bigger buildings so it   make it even more beautiful.

İztuzu Beach-Dalyan

dalyan iztuzu beach

Iztuzu one of the rare beaches of the world, between sea water and fresh water.This  nature of the beach is also called Turtle Beach because t left the Caretta Caretta's eggs.The beach is closed between 20.00 and 08.00 in order not to disturb the turtles


Ovabükü Beach

ovabuku beach

Ovabükü is the most beautiful of the Mediterranean and one of Datça's most famous beaches.Little pensions, gardens and small restaurants almost like a secret paradise.

Omus Cove -Marmaris

amos masrmaris beach

Amos cone is  one of the quietest coastal areas in Bozburun peninsula,in Turkey.You can enjoy both sea pleasure and historical journey on Amos beach.Amos, only 24 km far  from  Marmaris 


Ilıca Beach-Cesme

casme beach

Ilıca's mean is hot water spring in Turkish and there are hot water springs in the sea in there so its name come from it.Long, wide, white sandy beach and warm thermal waters boiling in the sea like a spa pool.Ilıca is especially ideal for lovers of beach sand and warm water.

Hope that like that amazing places and please share for another people and comments for us.

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Hi Dear Visitors.I'm Recep admin of this blog.Actually I'm Mechanical engineer but started to write that blog in 2015 for help foreigns,improve my English and try to show How Turkey is a wonderfull country with places,cities,culture,tradition,meals,life and people.Thanks for to read it and do not forget to drop comments.

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Great, isnt it amazing the beautiful world we live in. Thanks ti God the creator.

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I found out not too long ago that my mom's maiden name is actually Turkish, and that I am 98% Italian and 2% Turkish! Maybe I should put Turkey on my bucket list of places to visit, reading your post it sure is beautiful!

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I have always been fascinated with the Dead Sea! Never knew it reached all the way to Turkey. TIL :)

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I would love to visit Turkey one day! Beautiful place to be. Thanks for writing this wonderful article

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I never knew I wanted to go to Turkey! Thank you so much for sharing some of the beauties of your country!

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6/15/2017 delete

First of all your English is pretty good. Just watch your spelling. Secondly, the Oludeniz Lagoon is GORGEOUS! I love it. Thirdly, why are all the houses in Bordrum white? Nice article overall!

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Wow, those beaches are absolutely beautiful! I used to live near the ocean, but they never looked as nice as those. Thanks for the post, it brought me to a different plac ein my mind!

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Turkey's beaches are so beautiful. I never realized that Turkey could be a great vacation. It is definitely going on my list of place to visit.

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Oh my gosh! I want to go see those amazingly gorgeous beaches! Thank you for sharing!

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Dead Sea is not looking dead ...it's a alive btw nice ..blog

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Great post! The Oludeniz lagoon is so beautiful. I'd love to go there one day.

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Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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Wow now I can't wait for an opportunity to go visit some of those amazing beaches in Turkey! What a beautiful place Turkey is... thanks for the post!

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Wow! Thank you for sharing this beautiful blog (:

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The dead sea looks beautiful. I will keep that in mind when I am in Turkey.

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It's is summer time each of these locations look great to enjoy with family or why not, maybe a little romance with your spouse. Thanks for sharing this post helping people discover new places and do something outside of daily routine.

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Anonymous
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Breathtaking photos!

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Anonymous
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so nice to read this

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Wow, all of those beaches are so beautiful! I'd like to visit Turkey one day. The Dead Sea is one place I have on my bucket list to visit in the future <3

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I've heard Turkey is beautiful but your photo of Oludeniz lagoon absolutely blew me away. Thanks for giving me a ton of travel ideas :)

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Antalia bro! THe best place3 ever

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I hope I get a chance to visit

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A friend of mine teaches in Turkey... I am now officially jealous!

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6/16/2017 delete

Turkey is a place I would love to visit one day. I would definitely hit up the Ilica - warm waters - yes please :)

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6/16/2017 delete

Turkey is so beautiful

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6/16/2017 delete

Awesome post!! Love the pictures and now Turkey is definitely on my bucket list!!!

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6/17/2017 delete

I didn't realise that Turkey had so many stunning beaches! I love that one was named after Cleopatra. Thanks for sharing.

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6/17/2017 delete

Anatolia is a diverse land filled with history, and natural beauty. Thank you for sharing this.

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6/18/2017 delete

So many beautiful beaches.

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6/21/2017 delete

Oludeniz is the best one, especially during the paragliding flight at 2 km altitude - http://www.traveltofethiye.co.uk/explore/activities/babadag-paragliding-oludeniz/

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6/22/2017 delete

Love to go to the beach and these ones look fantastic!

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6/22/2017 delete

Oludeniz lagoon looks like the one I would go to first.

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