Regions in Turkey

Our Turkey properties stretch the length of the Turquoise Coast, the country’s famous coastline running through the heart of ancient Lycia and Caria. Here, cool lush pine forests, stunning sandy beaches, and vibrant cosmopolitan marinas blend perfectly with the ancient empires belonging to Turkey’s great heritage. From the sleepy villages of the Bozburun Peninsula to the yachtsman’s paradise of Fethiye and Faralya, Turkey’s regions along this coastline are as varied as they are beautiful.


  • Akyaka
    At the heart of Gökova Bay in Turkey is the charming coastal town of Akyaka. A favourite destination for discerning Turkish visitors, Akyaka offers a timeless atmosphere, with typical Ula-Muğla architecture and white-washed houses adorned with pine-timbered balconies and eaves.

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  • Bozburun Peninsula
    Where the Mediterranean meets the Aegean lies the Bozburun Peninsula. Enjoy leisurely country walks, passing through fig and olive groves; or venture to one of the local restaurants, famed for its use of fresh ingredients and delicacies from the sea. A stay here is perfect for those who seek natural beauty yet enjoy a touch of discrete luxury.

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  • Dalyan
    The Dalyan river, which offers natural restorative treatments once enjoyed by the Romans, creates the perfect setting to an unforgettable holiday. The bustling community of Dalyan centres around the spirit of water, where canopied river taxis weave their way down the delta. Breeding ground for the loggerhead turtle, the area is also a haven protected by conservation laws.

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  • Fethiye & Kaya Valley
    At the heart of the Turquoise Coast in ancient Lycia, lies the town of Fethiye. Hand-crafted gülets are moored alongside luxury yachts, demonstrating how this modern town is still rooted in tradition. A short drive beyond, amongst pine forests and wild poppy meadows, the Kaya Valley is the setting for the mysterious ghost village of Kayaköy: a sobering reminder of the 1920s Greek-Turkish population exchange.

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  • Göcek
    It may be small, but the low-key style of this upmarket resort draws in visitors from all over Europe. It’s a popular yachting and sailing spot – and you can’t leave without taking a trip on a traditional gulet – but the fertile green of the surrounding landscape, with its scattering of mountain villages and pine forests sweeping down to the sea, is unmissable too.

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  • Islamlar
    With the dramatic backdrop of the Taurus Mountains and the impressive views towards Kalkan Bay, the timeless village of Islamlar offers rural tranquillity. Visitors can experience a way of life unchanged for centuries, where shepherds still herd their sheep and goats through the olive groves. In the evenings, nearby Kalkan offers rooftop restaurants and waterfront bars.

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  • Kalkan
    Against the backdrop of the Taurus Mountains is the picturesque harbour town of Kalkan. Rooftop restaurants and waterfront bars give the town its cosmopolitan ambience, while the town retains its Turkish character with traditional tea houses and a weekly market. For a perfect day’s excursion, visit the sunken ruins of nearby Kekova Island.

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  • Kaş
    The bohemian ambience of Kaş has attracted travellers since the 1920s. A quintessentially romantic destination, visitors can explore the beauty of the dramatic coastline. Home to painters and performers, as well as poets and fisherman, this area also attracts water sport enthusiasts.

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