We would like to introduce you to some of the most popular and some of the more stunning ancient sites in Turkey:
Recently the historical garlic stone quarries in the Badavut region of Balıkesir Ayvalık have gained the attention of international tourists. The region known among locals as a ‘secret heaven’ was declared a ‘strictly protected sensitive area’ by the presidential decree issued on May 3rd and registered as a natural site.
Yalova is a city located in northwestern Turkey, near the eastern coast of the Sea of Marmara.
If you are planning to visit Turkey in summer, be it for permanent residence or just a vacation you should add these beautiful beaches to your list of destinations.
Ramadan Feast (Sugar Feast) is an official holiday that lasts for three days in Turkey. Celebrating the Ramadan Feast after a month of fasting is one of the most basic and most important traditions of Islam. The Arabic name of this religious holiday is” Eid ul-Fitr”.” Eid” means feast and “Fitr” means “breaking the fast” It refers to the festivity of the end of the thirty days of fasting in Ramadan.
The number of foreignersmaking property investment in Turkey has multiplied in recent years.
Pamukkale which literally mean (Cotton Castle) is Located in “Denizli” and known as the "white paradise". It is one of the most splendid wonders of the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a new destination for investment in Turkey and among the most popular tourist attractions, with over two million visitors annually.