Turkey has a spot (and a scene) for everybody. Little and huge towns the same will intrigue and captivate you. When you go to Turkey, make sure to visit these underrated places for the best travel experience.
As the origination of Sufism and home to the spinning dervish, it flabbergasts me that more travelers don't visit Konya. The principal reason individuals visit Konya is the Mevlana Museum, the previous dervish school-turned gallery. It likewise houses the tomb of Rumi, the most renowned Sufi of all, known today for his verse and his commitments to Sufism. It was intriguing to see gatherings of Turkish explorers supplicating and appreciating different parts of the exhibition hall.
While the majority of tourists use Selçuk as a departing point for nearby Ephesus (three kilometers away), it certainly holds its own in terms of unique historical sites. This charming and somewhat sleepy town is famed for the remains of The Temple of Artemis, one of The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Although just a single column out of the 127 original ones remains, Selçuk has several other historical sites for the history buff in you as well.
Stuck way out into the Aegean Sea, the old city of Knidos appears to be comparably far away from Turkey as you can get, while as yet being in Turkey that is. This stunning antiquated site is situated on the westernmost tip of the Datca Peninsula. Its detachment has permitted the area to save the two its way of life and its set of experiences, and getaway the groups brought by mass the travel industry. You'll see a minimal number of guests or two during your visit to Knidos, notwithstanding its shocking area and a noteworthy assortment of remains.
Simply far away enough from Marmaris to have gotten away from the development of mass the travel industry, Kumlubuk remains for the most part obscure and is all the better for it. Referred to similarly as much for its quiet waters and excellent view than its set of experiences, this wonderful stretch of stone ocean side is additionally underneath the ridge remnants of Amos.