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Activities in Turkey

Water Sports in Turkey

Water sports in Turkey are available in just about every beach resort in Turkey. Çeşme and Bitez are both popular for windsurfing.
Scuba diving has really taken off in Turkey in recent years, partly due to the clear, warm waters visibility of 30 meters is not uncommon and the wealth of historic and natural treasures to be observed under the water, but also because, compared to many other destinations, Turkey represents excellent value for money.
The diving season usually runs from April to November. There are scuba diving schools throughout the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts catering for everyone from beginners to experts. Marmaris, Fethiye, Kas, and Antalya are some of the main centers.
 
 
Outdoor Sports in Turkey
Explore the many exciting air sports such as paragliding, delta wings, ballooning, and parachuting. Turkey has approximately 40,000 caves and caverns to explore. For active explorers from the Caverns of Antalya to the Caves of Zongulduk there is ample opportunity in Turkey to explore the interesting geological formations. This sport is known as spelunking. 
There are over 1,000 thermal springs in Turkey most are located in Mamara and the Aegean regions. People come to enjoy the many resorts built around the springs and heal various illnesses by bathing in the waters.
 
 
Winter Sports in Turkey
Turkey, which attracts the attention of different scenic beauties every season, offers the most beautiful ski slopes in winter. The Skiing centers of Anatolia welcome many winter sports enthusiasts and offer slopes that are suitable for a variety of winter sports. 
The heavy snowfall at the mountainous regions of central Anatolia provides for entertaining leisure time options throughout the winter.
 
 
Alternative Tourism in Turkey 
Turkey's alternative holiday options appeal to a wide range of holidaymakers who are looking for options other than the classic holiday! 
Turkey offers a variety of alternatives and services ranging from eco-tourism as a means to commune with nature to congress organizations with business partners and health tourism in addition to honeymoon packages.