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Dolmabahce Palace Istanbul
Dolmabahce Palace, in 1843, Sultan Abdul Mecit, who wanted to reinvent the Ottoman Empire in a European image, employed architects to build a luxurious new palace on the Bosphorus shore. 46 reception halls, 350 rooms, 8 Turkish Baths & lavish decoration in gold & crystal rivals the Palace of Versailles in France.

  Dalyan
Dalyan is a town located between the well-known districts of Marmaris & Fethiye. Dalyan's Iztuzu Beach, a breeding ground for the endangered loggerhead sea turtle species. Life in Dalyan revolves around the Dalyan River which flows past the town. The boats that ply up & down the river, navigating the maze of reeds, are the preferred means of transport to all the local sites.
 
  Gocek
Gocek is a popular destination for yachters, sea lovers & other visitors. The village itself is small, with a population of 4500. This is not a crowded tourist destination, but the Gocek area offers luxury stays & fine dining that appeal to a sophisticated crowd. The closest major airport is Dalaman International Airport, about 20 minutes away by car & other accessible airports include Milas, Izmir.
 
  Fethiye
The Lycian civilisation left it's mark as carved rock tombs in Fethiye's cliffs. The lovely marina & water front area a hive of activity with sleek yachts, traditional Turkish Gulets & pleasure crafts in & around Fethiye. Olu Deniz is very famous as it is probably the most photographed beach in Turkey if not Europe, by paragliders taking off from the nearby summits. OluDeniz offers an experience to behold.
 
  Kas
Despite attracting thousands of travelers every year, Kas was once a simple fishing village, which still preserves its small-town charm, with narrow cobbled streets & novel boutique shops. Delightfully situated among towering vertical cliffs, its dramatic rocky coastline creates easy access to clear & unpolluted Mediterranean waters; & an abundance of outdoor activities & a lively nightlife.
 
 

Kekova
The city is a charming mix of ancient, medieval & modern history making it interesting as well as beautiful. In ancient times Simena was a small fishing village & was later an outpost of the Knights of Rhodes. Here used to be a village, part of it sank under the surface as a result of an earthquake. From the village of Ucagiz it is possible to see these ruins by glass bottom boats.

 
  Oympos
Located on a beautiful sandy bay, the ruins are spread out on either side of the Ulupinar River. Above the ancient city are a series of eternal flames issuing from cracks in the rock. It is possible to extinguish them briefly, but they will always re-ignite & are most impressive in the dark when most visible. It is said to be coming from the mouth of Chimaera, a mythical fire - breathing monster.
 
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