Turkey consist of mountain ranges and a smal percantage of plateau's and with its rich history of being one of the largest empires to expand in southeastern Europe, north Western Asia, Turkey is filled with a diversity of cultures. It also served as a gateway bridge, between Asia and Europe. Turkey was also once the centre of both the Ottoman and Byzantine empires.
The Two major cities are :
-Used to be known as Constantinople capital city of turkey during the ottoman and ancient Byzantine empires
-culturally rich and diverse considering that it’s a port city divided by the Bosporus Strait
-is inbetween three seas: Black Sea, Golden horn sea, and the Sea of Marmara.
-Historic landmarks and Mosques could be found in old Instanbul
-Hagia Sophia, museum to what used to be a mosque is a site to behold at dusk
-topkapi palace, was once a city of its own inhabited by the sultans. Have the opportunity to walk through inside and gaze upon ancient artifacts from the ottoman sultans.
-Grand Bazaar, One the the country’s largest and oldest market place consisting of around 3000 shops. Perfect experience for novice travelers.
-located near the gulf of Antalya
-functioned as a major Roman port
-subtropical warm climates and crystal blue waters make it a perfect resort
-old towns from Roman/Byzantine periods overlooking harbors make a splendid tourist attractions
-Düden waterfalls, a group of waterfalls, A natural wonder. Have a tea by the caves near the waterfall. There are also many cafes, restaurants, little shops nearby.
-Hadrians Gate, built in the name of the Roman Emperor Hadrian whom visited the city of Antalya in year 130 AD, this monument stands in the city center
Villa Antiphellos is located in Kalkan, Turkey. This detached vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 5 people (4 adults and 1 child) with 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms along with private swimming pool (South Facing) . The villa is walking distance to the beach and restaurants.