Mediterranean region takes its name from the Mediterranean Sea, and occupies 15% of the total area of Turkey with its 120.000 square kilometers of land. West and Mid-Taurus mountains run parallel to the coast line. Because of high and steep mountains, the valleys between the sea and mountain range are very narrow, the width varies between 120-180 kilometers. There are some important rivers rising especially during the Spring when the snow is melting, and many lakes on the highlands with a great nature. The population is concentrated especially at the locations suitable for agriculture, tourism, industry and commerce.

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Marmaris

The unique geographical features of the Turkish coastline make for brilliant sailing. The coast is surrounded by massive mountain ranges which form tiny coves, hidden bays, and pristine beaches. 

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Göcek

One of the most beautiful yachting areas in the country, or even in the whole Mediterranean basin.The gulf of Göcek and Fethiye provides many opportunities to visit cultural sites as Caunos, Telmessos, Fethiye Museum, Tlos, Pınara, Letoon, Xanthos and Patara.

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Antalya

The legendary Antalya, also known as Asia Minor is Turkey's biggest international sea resort, located on the Turkish Riviera. You can gaze at the ruins, spectacular tombs and monuments that still stand there as silent witnesses of the passing time.

 

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