Turkey’s third largest city, Izmir was an important stop on the Silk Road. The Pamukkale pools of the region have been in use for thousands of years. Known itself in ancient history as an important city, Smyrna, Izmir encompasses the area of the former capital of the Attalid Dynasty and the capital of the Roman Province of Asia, Pergamon, as well as the mighty ancient Ephesus.
Hop to the coastlines which are famous for natural reserves and trekking paths used by ancient heroes.
Take a trip Inside the Agora grounds in Izmir, built by Alexander the Great and finished by the Roman Empire, that now functions as an open air museum.
Observe the city’s castle built for the ancient Greek city of Smyrna, Kadifekale.
Get astonishing pictures at the gates of the wide site of ancient Ephesus near Selcuk.
Island that flourished and received favors from other islands and cities thanks to its main symbol - mastic oil, that is available only on Chios. Mastic trees get enough love only here. Chios forests inspired many big authors and composers.
Transcend through all historical periods in the byzantian castle in the island’s capital, also named Chios
Endless beaches, including the most beautiful one in Turkey within close reach. The province filled up with ancient sites in each direction.
Plethora of ancient sites and big destinations in the vicinity. Big opportunity to add together best locations and form a complex tour.
Explore the giant national park area with many beaches for swimming and sunbathing
Samos is the birthplace of the Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras, after whom the Pythagorean theorem is named, the philosopher Epicurus, and the astronomer Aristarchus of Samos, who proposed that the Earth revolves around the sun. The fabulist Aesop lived here as a slave.
Go hiking in the mountains of Ambelos, Karvouni and Kerkis for panoramic views
One of the biggest resorts in Turkey with city vibes and activities for the whole day.
Kos is referred to as the garden island among the Greek due to its geography, which allows enough rain. It is spacious and accommodates towns and mountains, flatlands and wetlands, lakes and long beaches. Kos was also home of Hippocrates, the "Father of Modern Western Medicine".
Where Hippocrates founded his medical school and the largest hospital in Ancient Greece
Marmaris is famous for its beaches, being part of Turkish Riviera and famous Blue Voyage Route. Outstanding nightlife, countless resort facilities and many hiking routes with landmarks.
The largest and historically the most important of the Dodecanese islands. Rhodes owes its name to the fragrant roses which grow across its plains.
Jump right away to the top attraction of Rhodes town, the Rhodes castle.
Rock tombs in the area, which date back over 3,000 years, are on UNESCO’s World Heritage Tentative List.
A quiet pleasant town with turquoise blue sea and narrow streets scented with jasmine flowers. Arts festival, jazz concerts in the Hellenistic theatre, ceramics exhibitions and a vast variety of underwater cultural heritage.
Enjoy one of the best and the lengthiest trekking paths in Turkey, the Lycian Way, that connects cities of Fethiye and Antalya and lies close to the sea coast.