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Rivers: Most of the rivers of Turkey flow into the seas surrounding the country. The Firat (Euphrates) and Dicle (Tigris) join together in Iraq and flow into the Persian Gulf. Turkey's largest rivers, the Kizilirmak, Yesilirmak and Sakarya, flow into the Black Sea. The Susurluk, Biga and Gönen pour into the Sea of Marmara, the Gediz, Küçük Menderes, Büyük Menderes, and Meriç into the Aegean and the Seyhan, Ceyhan and Göksu into the Mediterranean
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ABANT (Lake), Bolu BLACK SEA
Dense rain forests surrounded Bolu city is appropriate for all kinds of tourism activity. Abant Lake, whose environment has a rich plant cover, is drawing attention as a picnic and resort place during summers and an appropriate place for winter sport... More details
 
 
AKCAKOCA BLACK SEA

Akcakoca is a town in Duzce Province, Turkey. It is located on the shore of the Black Sea about 200 km east of Istanbul, Turkey. The town is named after a Turkish chieftain of the 14th century CE who added the area to the Osm... More details

 
 
AMASRA BLACK SEA
Amasra is a historical seaport built on a peninsula. For centuries there have been two bays and two islands that have welcomed mariners from across the seas. And five hills, each more beautiful than the last. Looking down from Boztepe (or Sandy Hill)... More details
 
 
ARTVIN BLACK SEA
Artvin had been called as Coroksi, Corok, Kollehis, Klarceti and as Livane during the Ottoman period. The source and date of this name is not known exactly. But it is understood that the first names are related with Coruh River. The history of Artvin... More details
 
 
AYDER Highlands - PLATEAU BLACK SEA
Since the distant past the rural people of Turkey have moved to the alpine pastures during the summer, both to escape the heat of summer and to graze their herds on the fresh grass high in the mountains. Now this traditional way of life has become a ... More details
 
 
BAFRA BLACK SEA
As a settlement, Bafra dates back to the fifth millennium BC. Remnants at Ikiztepe area revealed chalcolithic period (fifth to fourth millennia) habitation signs that continued for an uninterrupted 2300 years until 1700 BC. Both Early Bronze Age and ... More details
 
 
BARTIN BLACK SEA

The historic progress of Bartin continues with the dominance of Roman Empire and Byzantine Empire and later with the dominance of Turkish Seljuks and Candarogullari State between 11th - 13th centuries AD. Bartin was conquered... More details

 
 
BLACK SEA REGION (All Seasons GREEN Lands) BLACK SEA

The vibrant green of Turkey's lush, humid Black Sea Coast surprises those who imagine the country to be nothing but barren steppe. From the European border with Bulgaria to the Georgian border, dense pine forests cover the mo... More details

 
 
BOLU BLACK SEA
Bolu province is the city where the shades of green and blue embraces each other, sleeping and waking together, where the wind still whispers one of the most dramatic legends at the peaks of the high mountains, where numerous civilizations was founde... More details
 
 
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Cappadocia Blue Line Tours (East)
Antalya Rafting Tours
Taste of Turkey (11 Days - 10 Nights)
Kusadasi Tours (Ancient Ephesus & Mother Mary House)
Cappadocia to the West of Turkey Tour (5 Days - 4 Nights)
Daily Kusadasi to Cappadocia Tours (3 Days - 2 Nights) with Plane
Fethiye Jeep Safari Tours (Tlos - Saklikent Gorge & Yakapark)
Saklikent Gorge - Tlos - Yakapark Tour
Fethiye Turkish Nights Show Dinner Event Tours
Jeep Safari Tours in Cappadocia
Did you know Turkey that Has the first church ever built (St Peter's) in Antioch, (Antakya) southern Turkey. It is also the site of the oldest temple at Urfa, dated between 8500 and 9000 BC.
The Diamonds of Istanbul (5 Days - 4 Nights)
4 days City Breaks Tours in Istanbul
The Diamonds of Turkey Tour (8 Days - 7 Nights)
Fethiye to Ephesus Kusadasi Tours
Istanbul Shore Tours (Hippodrome, Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar)
THE NEW YORK TIMES (Oct. 22, 2000) An article about us.. Ezop Tour company offering a number of day trips is Ezop Travel, (90-212) 292 81 70, fax (90-212) 292 81 72, www.ezoptravel.com, based in Istanbul. Ezop offers a daily West Antalya tour, which includes a visit to ancient Phaselis, where there is a Roman aqueduct, baths and a theater among pine trees; the ruins of the Lycian city of Olympos; Chimaera; Demre (Kale); and Myra, with its Lycian tombs carved in a rock cliff. Cost depends on the number of visitors taking the tour: $75 for 9 to 16, and up to $192 for one person; lunch included.