Turkey it is bordered by the Aegean Sea to the west, the eastern Mediterranean in the south and the Black Sea in the north. Marmara Sea is an inland sea between the Turkish Bosphorus in the north and the Dardanelles to the south.


Turkey consists of a European portion comprising 3 percent, and an Asian part which comprises 97 percent of the area. Part of Thrace (an area northeast of the Balkan Peninsula) is the European part of Turkey. The Asian part is called Anatolia today. The population in Turkey is 74,724,269 inhabitants. The capital is Ankara, while the largest city is Istanbul.

Turkey is the country where east meets west, where the new meets the old, and where the different landscapes show the world in miniature. In Turkey you can experience salt lakes, high mountains and deep valleys, deserts, noble forests, ravines, plains, salt lakes and primeval forests. A total of 93% of Turkey's forests are native forests. The corresponding figures for Europe as a whole is only 1%. Turkey has more than 80,000 animal species and 12,400 plant species.

In Turkey you will find both large cities and small villages, vast farmland, and long beaches. The country is full of historical places like Troy, Temple of Artemis and Halicarnassus. Major historical figures as philosopher Thales, the historian Herodotus, the Prophet Abraham, the apostle Paul, and St. Nikoloaus lived in areas that we now call Turkey.

The Turkish cuisine is renowned as one of the world's best cuisine. Much of the explanation for this lies in the palaces in Istanbul, which once was the heart of the Ottoman Empire. Access to raw materials was enormous; all kinds of meat, fish, poultry, fruit, nuts and spices were used. It should be noted that the raw materials in Turkey today are still of the highest quality. It is never difficult to find locally produced ingredients. Most farmers in Turkey cultivates still organic and the animals go out and graze.


Turkey is one of the world's most desirable destinations, but not only because of the old architecture, its history and its biodiversity. Turkey is also known for its hospitality, which has also resulted in many people choose Turkey as a holiday destination. With a total of 81 provinces, each with its own character, Turkey has established itself as a successful nation in terms of tourism that has given the country an economic boost, particularly in light of the real estate market. Many chose to buy property in Turkey while others also choose to settle here permanently.

The Turkish Riviera Riviera has approximately 70 km coastline. Alanya is a part of the Turkish Riviera, beautifully located between the Mediterranean Sea and the Taurus Mountains. The area's natural attractions and historic heritage make Alanya a popular destination for tourists. Location makes the city a very favorable climate with more than 300 sunny days a year. Alanya is is the town where the sun smiles at you.

In antiquity named city Coracesium, and legend has it that Mark Antonius gave the Western beach in Alanya as a wedding gift to Queen Cleopatra of Egypt. The beach called still call Cleopatra Beach. In the 1200s, the Selchuk sultan Aladdin Keykubat gave the city name "Alaiye" (City of Aladdin).The red castle, which is Alanyas hallmark, stems from the heydays under Sultan Aladdin Keykubat.

Alanya has one of the most beautiful coasts on the Mediterranean Sea with several kilometers long sandy beach. But Alanya is much more than sandy beaches. Taurus mountain is possibly what makes Alanya unique, where they create a whole different world with its forests, rivers, and valleys. Mountains scents of oranges, herbs and blossoms. All year round you will find a colorful flora and fauna.

Today, Alanya is an international city with 384,949 inhabitants. 10% are foreigners. The municipality is doing its utmost to ensure that its new citizens should feel at home and have created a separate commissioner selection for them. The Norwegian Seamen's Church has established itself in Alanya and they arrange church services, excursions, courses and activities. Alanya can offer both historical sites, stunning scenery, shopping, and the city has a good selection of eateries and nightlife.


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