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  • National Parks GoTürkiye

    National parks are protected areas of rare cultural and natural beauty that has been deemed worthy of conservation by national governments. Türkiye has forty-five national parks. These parks showcase Türkiye’s unique nature and history.

    National Parks in the Marmara Region

     The national parks of the Marmara region showcase Türkiye’s magnificent nature and history, and are visited by millions of people every year. Lakes, caves, battlefields, ancient cities, canyons, and beaches are among the most popular locations. The region’s historical and cultural wealth is abundantly present in its national parks.

    National Parks in the Aegean Region

    Besides being the most popular holiday and entertainment destination of the summer months, the Aegean coast is arguably one of the most interesting places in Türkiye. Here, green and blue meet, and history and geography present themselves in all their glory.

    National Parks in the Mediterranean Region

    Türkiye’s Mediterranean region is unique and is visited by locals and foreigners from all over the world. It is a region filled with nature, colors, and aromas, and many ruins that testify to the region’s importance in antiquity.

    National Parks in the Central Anatolia Region

     Türkiye’s Central Anatolia region is both historical and breathtakingly beautiful. The national parks located in this region offer plentiful camping opportunities. Parts of Central Anatolia present rare natural beauty, long-standing cultural values, and are presented to visitors as conservation, recreation, and tourism areas.

    National Parks in the Eastern Anatolia Region

     The Eastern Anatolia region is Türkiye’s largest geographical region. Mount Ağrı, the highest mountain in Türkiye, and Lake Van, the largest lake in Türkiye, are both located here.

    National Parks in the Southeastern Anatolia Region

    Southeastern Anatolia, one of the most culturally rich regions of Türkiye, is unique in terms of the abundance of its national parks. History and natural beauty coexist here harmoniously.

    National Parks in the Black Sea Region

    The pristine natural wonders of the Black Sea attract visitors in all four seasons of the year. Vast plateaus above the clouds, tree-lined lakes, majestic valleys, and waterfalls all await visitors in Türkiye’s Black Sea region.