Our virtual voyage across the expanses of Turkey will head in a completely different direction today. We are in for a wonderful and delicious guide to the world of Turkish sweets.
A small resort village, Akyaka is located on the shore of a bay deeply penetrating the mainland near popular town of Marmaris.
Today we will discover such a wonderful place as Datça, a town on the Datça peninsula to the west of Marmaris.
Even those who have been to the coastal resorts of Turkey several times rarely know about the tiny village of Ekincik, located 10 km from Dalyan and the Iztuzu turtle beach.
The name of the Hatay province, and its administrative center Antakya, means almost nothing to a vast majority of foreign visitors of Turkey.
This corner of Turkey is meant for truly elite holidays, as we can assume seeing numerous luxury hotels and apartments, and everything related to yachting.
We would like to tell you about a wonderful cosy town of Kaş, nestling on a mountain slope at the very junction of the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas.
Let’s continue our virtual journey around Turkey. Today we are visiting the south-east of the country – the very heart of Mesopotamia and a cradle of human civilization.
The day before yesterday we peeped into the world of Turkish confectioneries, and kebabs were discussed yesterday. What do we have for today? Today we will speak about Turkish coffee.
What is Turkish cuisine? It would, first of all, be a kebab! And what is a Turkish kebab? Kebab is meat (or fish) cooked on an open fire or coals.