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  • waterfalls Aegean


    Toparlar Waterfall, Muğla

    Toparlar Waterfall is one of the most beautiful waterfalls of the Aegean region. It is located in the Köyceğiz district of Muğla, known for its natural and historical beauty.

    Spring is the ideal time to visit the waterfall as the water flows abundantly then. In the hot summer months, you can visit to admire the waterfall but also to cool off in the surrounding refreshing environment.

    Güney Waterfall, Denizli

    Güney Waterfall is in the Güney district of Denizli. It's on the edge of the Büyük Menderes River, which crosses about four kilometers south of the community.

    This hidden paradise, 70 km from Denizli and its surroundings were registered in 1994 as a natural monument by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. The waterfall feeds on water sources emerging from the slopes of Cindere Mountain, 3 km from the district center. The waterfall, whose water has a chalky appearance, pours into the Büyük Menderes River from a height of about 20 meters. Over time, the water has dissolved the limestone formations of the riverbed and travertines have formed at its base.

    Due to continuous flow, the water drops leaked from the waterfall have formed a cave. It's quite surprising to see a small pond in the cave, created by the waterfall water. It's also possible to swim in this pond!

    Turgut Waterfalls, Muğla

    Turgut Waterfalls is one of the dozens of sites of natural beauty in Marmaris. It is located in the village of Turgut and is surrounded by quiet nature.

    The waterfalls consist of five small waterfalls, and their water is quite cold. It's the perfect spot to cool off on a hot summer day! You can also swim in the pond, which is formed by the waterfalls.

    There is also an option of taking a jeep safari around the waterfall, making stops to walk in unique nature. Don't forget to try the gözleme (Turkish savory crepes) or trout in the restaurants near the waterfall!