It isn’t easy to describe Turkey’s Aegean region in a few lines. But we’ll try our best!
At the northeast of the Aegean Sea, you’ll find the island of Bozcaada in the western Çanakkale Province. Enjoying 12 months of sunshine a year, you can walk between vineyards, taste the local delicious wines, and meet the sincere locals.
Kozluyalı in Assos and Bozcaada are very nice Glamping location.
If you head a little bit south to Cunda Island and the town of Ayvalık, situated in west Balıkesir Province, you will witness unforgettable sunsets, savor delicious seafood dishes, and relax in quiet, peaceful surroundings. Between Balıkesir and Çanakkale, it’s possible to pitch a tent on Mount Ida, surrounded by endemic animal species and unlimited oxygen.
İzmir, one of Turkey’s largest cities, is a meeting point of modern rural and eco-friendly lifestyles. In the north, west, and south coasts of the city, you’ll find ample nature to camp. In Urla, Çeşme, and Seferihisar, Turkey’s first Cittaslow town, your tent is enough to create a unique holiday! İzmir also offers glamping sites.
Or how about camping near the famous travertines in Pamukkale and the ancient city of Hierapolis? From İzmir to Pamukkale, the trip takes just 2-3 hours.
In the south of İzmir and near the ancient city of Ephesus, Kuşadası offers unique campsites which combine cultural richness and all the features of a swimming paradise!
How can one describe Muğla? Unmatched blue bays with fine, golden sand, peaceful locations far from the city noise, unforgettable landscapes… The options are many – to name but a few:
Datça, located on a peninsula in west Muğla Province; İnbükü and Akyaka Forest; Kelebekler Vadisi (Butterfly Valley); Bördübet and Kabak Bays; and Lake Bafa.
Boncuk Bay, Kocabahçe, Bördübet, Bozburun in Marmaris, Kabak Koyu and Faralya in Fethiye are very nice Glamping locations.
Pitch your tent or visit a glamping site and enjoy Turkey’s turquoise sea and unique nature!