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One of the most exciting adventures in Cappadocia is exploring the region in an off-road vehicle. Our Jeep Safari tour offers you the best of the best: open-top jeep vehicles for unobstructed views of the valleys, churches and other cultural highlights. We take you to the hard-to-find places and away from the crowds for spectacular views and the excitement of traveling off-road in the unique landscapes of Cappadocia.

This trip starts around 10:00 in the morning and finishes at about 14:00 in the afternoon and takes about 4 hours. We will pick you up from your hotel and start our adventure trip by driving from Goreme to Cavusin via Love Valley. We will have couple picture stops on the way until driving in the villages.

Our adventure will go on different places of beautiful landscapae Cappadoccia. We will drive Rose Valley,Swords Valley, Üzengi Valley, Pancarlik Valley,Pigeon Valey or Love Valley and again stop for quick picture stops. Finally we will drop you off in your hotel. The tour travels about 50 km and lasts 4 hours. The rate is including driver, petrol and taxes.

desde 48,62 €

We just visit one country when you can see two? Grab your passport and let us take you away to the ravishingly beautiful island of Rhodes from Fethiye harbor. So come and take advantage of this delightful day and go Greek with us. Once we drop anchor there, you will have plenty of time to explore the gorgeous old town, whether you want to stop, sightsee or simply with a drink and watch the world go by. And do not forget to top up on your duty free on your return. Ferry departs from Rhodes Harbour to Fethiye harbor.

Our private Undiscovered Cappadocia tour starts at 9:30 AM with a drive to Göreme Panorama, where you can observe the dramatic ''invisible'' landscape in the best angle. Then we drive to one of the underground settlements of Cappadocia either Derinkuyu or Kaymakli. This incredible underground caves contain courtyards, stables, churches and wineries all intertwined in an extensive network of tunnels. Please do not visit the underground city if you have the following conditions: Claustrophobia, asthma or heart diseases.

Then, we drive around 1 hour to start the hike in the longest canyon of Turkey. Ihlara Valley, once called Peristrema, as much for the scenery and the hike as for the churches, which are small and mostly semi-ruined. It holds about 50 Byzantine churches, chapels, monasteries and hermit caves dating from the 11th to 13th centuries. Good news! You do not have to visit them one by one. Our guide will take you to Saint Daniel's Church and explain you every single detail used in decorations. Then we hike 4 kms on a nice trail until we reach Belisirma. We have the lunch at a local restaurant by Melendiz River in this ''bellissima'' town. After the lunch, we set off for Selime Monastery, which has the biggest religious building in Cappadocia with a cathedral-size church.

Lastly, we stop at Pigeon Valley, which has hundreds of old pigeon houses cut into the rock in the past. Throughout centuries farmers have used pigeon droppings for fertilizer in their fields. Finally, our guide and driver will drop you off at your hotel with a lot of unforgetable stories and memories.

desde 60,78 €

Sealanya, Fugla Mah. Akdeniz Bul. Turkler

Sealanya is a large and modern aquatic park. One part is a dolphinarium, the second is a sealife centre. The dolphin park has regular shows. At the sea life centre you can swim with colourful marine fish, walk in a pool with friendly manta rays and watch sharks. A great day out for everyone.

Sealanya is right next to the sea, at Türkler, 20 km from Alanya, alongside the main Alanya-Antalya highway. One part of the park is a modern dolphinarium. Tame dolphins perform regular shows throughout the tourist season. The second part of the park is the sea life centre, where the emphasis is on fun with the fish. The complex has souvenir shops, and cafes/bars.

desde 40,11 €

In the morning :Golden Horn (from the bus), the arm of the Bosphorus and a natural harbour of the historical peninsula separating the old and the new parts of Istanbul where the first colonies settled during the Byzantines. The residential area for Byzantine Jews, Italian traders and other non-muslim minorities.

Drive along the traces of history at Balat viewing Metal Church of St. Stephen the Bulgarian, Jewish Hospital (Or-Ahayim), Fener Orthodox Patriarchate and 22 kms. long Byzantine City Walls, strongest fortification of the middle age.Spice Bazaar (Egyptian Bazaar), mystical smells of different aromas of various spices. Shops selling fruits, vegetables, fish, flowers etc.Bosphorus Cruise, through the waterway separating the two continents, Europe and Asia, with a possibility to take photographs of marble palaces, ancient wooden villas of Ottoman architecture besides modern residentials and luxurious apartments.

Rumeli Fortress (from the boat – no interior visit), historical armament built by the Conqueror to control and protect the Bosphorus. A unique example of military architecture.(Visit to a leather showroom if time permits)Lunch at a Turkish Restaurant.Dolmabahçe Palace, recent residence for Ottoman Sultans built by two Ottoman architects Karabet and Nikogos Balyan on a 110.000 m² area and served as the main administrative center of the Ottoman Empire.

Famous with great collection of European antiquity, furniture and 4.5 tons chandelier, the palace has 285 rooms and 46 halls.Bosphorus Bridge, unique chance to step from one continent (Europe) to another (Asia) in 2 minutes.Çamlica Hill, famous for its beautiful sunset and the widest bird’s eye panoramic view of Istanbul from Marmara Sea to the Black Sea, gives a chance to see the Bosphorus and Golden Horn from one of the highest and most appealing places of the city.

Evening :Watching one of the best silhouettes in the world with Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque and the Leander' s Tower will be your exceptional experience to enjoy this imperial elegance and the unique panoramic view of the Bosphorus waterway which brings the two continents Europe and Asia, face to face.Dinner with the Turkish and international cuisine including unlimited local drinks on board of a Bosphorus yacht.

desde 136,27 €

Once the ancient city of Smyrna, a famous trading port, this is now a modern, commercial city with a Mediterranean Europe feel. During the tour we will visit the Izmir Museum of History and Art, located in Kültürpark (also known as the International Fair Park), the Roman site of the Agora, the commercial, political and religious centre of the town in ancient times and the famous Asansör (meaning elevator), constructed in 1907 in order to provide local residents with easier access to the mansions located on top of the hill.

After enjoying an à la carte lunch, the tour continues to the Clock Tower, the iconic symbol of the town, before entering the historical market of Kemeralti and the Hisar Mosque, the oldest and one of the most significant Ottoman landmarks of the town. To make the experience even more authentic, we will then enjoy a Turkish coffee in a traditional caravanserai.

desde 72,93 €

strong> Discover the real Turkey as we depart on an exciting journey through the rural areas of Bodrum!

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Fun and thrilling safari up into the stunning hills!
* Beautiful scenery and breath-taking views!
* Enjoy a pleasant donkey ride followed by a delicious, traditional Turkish dinner!
* Finish the day with a hair-raising fire dance show!

Come and join us on the most fun and wild safari journey around the rural areas of Bodrum! Leave the coast and resorts behind as we explore the local, hidden treasures and experience the natural life that surrounds us.

We depart into the hills, let the cool breeze refresh you as we ascend higher and higher into the wild. Having left all the busy resorts behind, relax and sit back as we cruise along in a serene and tranquil environment. Watch in awe at the beautiful scenery and capture the moment with our special stops to take the perfect photos! As we trundle along the country roads, take note of the spectacular pine forests and breath taking mountain views!

After, we invite you take a pleasant donkey ride – an experience not to miss out on! Having worked up an appetite, indulge in a delicious Turkish dinner in a typical, local restaurant. Then watch the thrilling fire dance show around a comfy and snug camp fire – this day really does include everything!

Perfect trip to genuinely explore the beautiful surroundings of Bodrum!

Come with us and visit Antalya’s newest attraction. Antalya's Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world and offers three different levels with many different species of fish and the largest underwater tunnel aquarium in the world, over 131m long and 3m wide. The main tank was designed and decorated by a Italian sculptor, Benedetti, inspired by coral reefs and featuring a life-size airplane, shipwreck and submarine.

The almost 5 million liters of water in the main tank are home to many species of tropical fish and sharks. You will find species from the all over world's oceans and rivers, from caves and there is even a special tank for jelly fish!

The Aquarium also offers Snow World, over 1500m2 of winter wonderland with igloos, Santa's grotto and cafés where visitors can have a snowball fight and make snowmen, the Tropical Swimming Reef, situated on the aquarium's roof where visitors will have the chance to swim with harmless sharks and rays and even get to feed the fish in special aquariums and Kid's World (these attractions are subject to an extra fee).

And if you should fancy some food or refreshments you will find something for all tastes; there are several restaurants, a fast food restaurant a patisserie and an ice-cream cafe at the aquarium.

desde 35,25 €

After flying to Izmir from Antalya (1hr), there is a breakfast stop before beginning the tour of the spectacular site of Ephesus. This is then followed by a visit to the House of the Virgin Mary which is a 15 minute coach journey from Ephesus. Then there is a lunch stop, followed by a visit to the village of Sirince where there is free time before heading back to Izmir Airport for the return flight to Antalya.

Ephesus: Embark on a journey into the past. Ephesus is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of Turkey's biggest attractions. Once known as extremely wealthy and magnificent harbour city, today in Ephesus you can see one of the best preserved settlements of the ancient times. The Temple of Artemis, also known as "Artemision", was one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Particularly interesting are the Grand Theatre, St. Mary's Church, the famous Celsus Library, the hillside houses with well-preserved mosaics and murals, the Temple of Hadrian, the Odeon, marvel paved streets, a large fountain and bath facilities.

The House of the Virgin Mary is a Catholic and Muslim shrine located on Mt. Koressos (Mount Nightingale) in the vicinity of Ephesus, 7 km from Selcuk. The house was discovered in the 19th century by following the descriptions in the reported visions of “Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich” 1774-1824, a german Roman Catholic nun and visionary. The Catholic Church has never pronounced in favour or against the authenticity of the house, but nevertheless maintains a steady flow of pilgrimage since its discovery. Anne Catherine Emmerich was beatified by Pope John Paul II on October 3, 2004.

Catholic pilgrims visit the house based on the belief that Mary, the mother of Jesus, was taken to this stone house by Saint John and lived there until her assumption (according to Catholic doctrine) or dormition (according to Orthodox belief). The shrine has merited several papal apostolic blessings and visits from several popes, the earliest pilgrimage coming from Pope Leo XIII in 1896, and the most recent in 2006 by Pope Benedict XVI. The village of Sirince: In ancient sources, the village is called "Ephesus in the mountains" or "the old Ephesus". The people of Ephesus fled in the summer from the malaria-causing mosquitoes in the small Menderes delta. So Sirince was the summer residence of Ephesus citizens. Nowadays it is an old picturesque village whose houses differ markedly in external appearance of other villages in Turkey: White brick stone houses with large windows and tiled roofs, which are listed as historical monuments. Time seems to stand still here.

The women of Sirince offer natural olive soaps, olive oil, syrup, freshly picked fruit, herbs from the area, homemade goat cheese, wine and handicrafts. Stroll through the village, keep your camera ready to make memorable photos and taste the offered delicacies or have a good glass of wine.

desde 162,87 €

Leave the hustle and bustle of resort life behind for the day and get off the beaten track to see some of the real Turkey, exploring places you didn’t know existed.

Travelling in off-road vehicles, you'll drive into the hills above the coast, feeling the air get cooler as you go. You'll journey along jaw-dropping mountain roads and through rural villages where time seems to have stopped.

We stop at one of these villages to visit an old house and meet some of the family members who live there; traditional sage tea is served made from sage gathered in the nearby woods.

desde 20,66 €

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