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Most Peaceful Vacation Spots in Turkey 2019

Gümüşlük (Bodrum)

BodrumGumusluk, located at the far end of Bodrum Peninsula, is one of the most peaceful and peaceful places to visit. It is located about 45 minutes from the center of Bodrum. Unlike other parts of Bodrum, it has a quiet, calm, unique atmosphere. Rabbit Island is a walking distance from the coast. There is a small but cute beach to swim in the sea. You can drink raki at the dining tables along the beach and leave yourself to the magnificent sunset. Jazz Café and Club Gümüşlük are also popular places on the beach.

See the best places to visit in Bodrum: https://toursce.com/blog/the-best-places-to-visit-in-bodrum-2019/

Bozcaada (Çanakkale)

The town, which has become popular in recent years, has a peaceful atmosphere with its calm and peaceful place.

You can reach the island in about 30 minutes from Geyikli Pier. Our first advice is to leave your car in the parking lot near Geyikli Pier and get on the ferry on foot. This is due to the fact that there is a lot of car traffic to take the ferry and you can reach anywhere with the minibuses in Bozcaada in a very short time. When you visit the island, you can wander around in the Greek neighborhoods and taste your Bozcaada wine in Polente or Bakkal Pub. If you want to swim, you can choose the cool waters of Ayazma Beach. Windmills are a highly recommended area for sunset, you must grab your wine and go there. Finally, you can complete the night in the cozy taverns of the Greek neighborhoods.

Check the best things to do in Bozcaada: http://www.mytravelingjoys.com/2013/01/exploring-beautiful-bozcaada-top-10.html

Bozcaada

Ayvalık

Ayvalık is located on our list with Cunda Island which has a pretty look. In the morning, we strongly recommend you to have breakfast with a magnificent view of the Şeytan table. During the day you can swim at Sarımsaklı Beach, which is the most popular beach in Ayvalık. You can reach Cunda Island in about 15 minutes by car from Ayvalık. Greek taverns are very active, especially at night. We recommend that you taste the Midilli Uzo in these taverns.

Check travel guide source for Ayvalık: http://www.cornucopia.net/guide/ayvalik

Ayvalık

Assos (Çanakkale)

Assos, an impressive place where history combines with nature, is on our list. At the highest point of the town of Assos, there is the Temple of Athena. From there, the scenery and especially the view of Lesvos Island is really great. After visiting the temple, you can have a nice time in the village. If you want to swim in the sea, I would recommend Kadırga Bay. It has a quiet atmosphere and a very quiet beach. The sea is so beautiful.

Take a look at Assos travel guide: https://www.lonelyplanet.com/turkey/aegean-coast/behramkale-and-assos

Assos Behramkale

Pamukkale (Hierapolis Ancient City)

Pamukkale HierapolisEven if information about the Hierapolis ancient city, which is claimed to be a Phrygian city and is located near at Pamukkale in Denizli, is limited, it is known that its establishment is based on the 2nd century. Hierapolis took its name from Hiera who was the queen of Amazons and wife of Telephos during the Pergamon Kingdom. The ancient city, which is depended on the principles of Hellenistic urbanization, preserved this authentic structure until the major earthquake that lived in 60 AD.

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But after a series of earthquakes, the city has lost all Hellenistic features and has typical Roman city views. After the 4th century A.D., Hierapolis became a centre of Christianity. Because Saint Philip, one of the apostles of Jesus, was killed here at 80 years A.D. Towards the end of the 12th century, it was domineered the borders of the Anatolian Seljuk Sultanate. Important works of art from the ancient city of Hierapolis are Necropolis, Domitian road and gate, the Temple of Oktokonus , the theatre – 9500 person capacity, Frontinus street and gate, Agora, North Byzantine Gate, South Byzantine Gate, Gymnasium, the Fountain with Triton, the area of Apollo Sanctuary, Water Channels and Nympheums, St. Philippus Martynon and bridge , The Direkli Church, and the Cathedral. There is also a Roman bath at the entrance of the city to take a bath for people from outside the city.

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