Rest of Turkey, your client´s next stop?

Located at a crossroads in the Mediterranean where East meets West, Turkey has a long, cultural history influenced by both eastern Europe and western Asia. It is home to a number of tourist destinations, including Cappadocia's Pigeon Valley, and the Pamukkale thermal spa terraces that have attracted tourists for over 1,000 years. If you want to discover Turkey, then Bodrum, Marmaris, Trabzon, and Antalya are all great destinations to start from.

Bodrum is located on the southwest coast of Turkey on the Bodrum Peninsula, which stretches into the Aegean Sea. It’s reminiscent of Greece with its whitewashed buildings and clear, blue waters. 

Southeast of Bodrum is Marmaris, located on the Turkish Riviera, also called the Turquoise Coast. One of the main attractions of Marmaris is Marmaris Castle, which was built in the 16th century as the stronghold for Suleiman the Magnificent. 

Trabzon is in the north of the country on the Black Sea. This city features numerous mosques and churches, such as the Hagia Sophia of Trabzon, as well as the Yeni Cuma Mosque, which features several Byzantine-era frescoes and mosaics.

Antalya, a popular Turkish resort town, is the gateway to the southern Mediterranean region of the country, often called the Turquoise Coast.