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Muğla follows Antalya in Blue Flag beaches

Muğla follows Antalya in Blue Flag beaches

The Aegean province of Muğla is home to many beaches with Blue Flags, an international standard for cleaning and safety, as the city comes second after Antalya in the number of Blue Flag beaches

Comment(s)6/22/2016

10 must see attractions on Istanbul’s historic peninsula

10 must see attractions on Istanbul’s historic peninsula

Istanbul’s historical peninsula, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986 which has been an important witness to world history, is the heart of ancient Istanbul. Four major empires were ruled from this point

Comment(s)6/10/2016

Kaş: A town scented with jasmine flowers in Turkey’s south

Kaş: A town scented with jasmine flowers in Turkey’s south

Once an unspoiled fishing village, Kaş is now a relatively unspoiled tourist town on the southern bulge of Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, a two hours’ drive southeast of Fethiye and three hours’ drive southwest of Antalya

Comment(s)6/15/2016

Ihlara Valley new address for hot-air balloons

Ihlara Valley new address for hot-air balloons

Ihlara Valley in Cappadocia is expected to draw more tourists since it has become the new address for hot-air balloon tours in the region

Comment(s)6/9/2016

Mersin's Aynalıgöl awaits visitors

Mersin's Aynalıgöl awaits visitors

The Aynalıgöl (Gilindire) Inn, which was discovered 15 years ago by shepherds in the southern province of Mersin’s Aydıncık district, and called the “eighth wonder of the world” by Turkish tourism officials, has been prepared to welcome visitors

Comment(s)6/14/2016

Test yourself: Are you a true Aegean hedonist?

Test yourself: Are you a true Aegean hedonist?

So you think the warm Aegean sun that turns sour grapes into Nero d’Urla can turn workaholic, neurotic you into an Aegean hedonist? Take the test and find out

Comment(s)6/4/2016

Another Aegean brand ends after acquisition

Another Aegean brand ends after acquisition

EROSPOLIS - Last week’s announcement that Kipa had agreed to sell 95.5 percent of its shares to Migros marks the second major deal Migros realized in the Aegean market in just over a decade

Comment(s)6/13/2016

Between the sea and the wind: Sailing weighs anchor in İzmir

Between the sea and the wind: Sailing weighs anchor in İzmir

İzmir’s developing sailing market has attracted the interest of foreign brands. French boat-maker Jeanneau is setting sail in Çeşme for Boat Days between June 3 and 5 to woo Aegean sailors

Comment(s)6/1/2016

Despite problems, amazing experience in Turkish nature calls

Despite problems, amazing experience in Turkish nature calls

Despite the fall in the number of foreign tourists in Turkey this year, there are still people who are trying to create an authentic experience in nature combining the sea, nature and food

Comment(s)6/11/2016

Cameras observe wildlife in Turkey’s Küre Mountains

Cameras observe wildlife in Turkey’s Küre Mountains

Motion-triggered cameras in northeast Turkey’s Küre Mountains National Park help officials observe unknown wildlife in the region. The cameras have so far detected wildcats, sea otters, deer and wild boars

Comment(s)6/1/2016

Bird sanctuary in Turkey’s north enters World Heritage Provisional List

Bird sanctuary in Turkey’s north enters World Heritage Provisional List

The Kızılırmak Delta Bird Sanctuary, one of Turkey’s most important wetlands, was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage Provisional List on June 9, a municipal official in the Black Sea province of Samsun has announced

Comment(s)6/11/2016

Virgin Mary Monastery to draw Sümela’s visitors

Virgin Mary Monastery to draw Sümela’s visitors

With Trabzon’s famous Sümela Monastery closed for restoration, officials in neighboring Giresun hope that they will be able to attract more tourists to their own Virgin Mary Monastery

Comment(s)5/31/2016

New documentary highlights how Ladino language in Turkey is on verge of extinction

New documentary highlights how Ladino language in Turkey is on verge of extinction

The UNESCO Atlas of Endangered Languages has described Ladino as ‘severely endangered’

Comment(s)6/11/2016

Gimme, gimme, gimme… a man as Turkey’s family minister

Gimme, gimme, gimme… a man as Turkey’s family minister

Erospolis looks at the weighty problems of women in Turkey and wonders whether it would take a man to remove them…

Comment(s)5/28/2016

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