NATIONAL PARKS

In terms of scenic beauty rich in flora and fauna, or areas of great historical importance, Turkey’s 33 official national parks are of great interest to visitors. In addition there are 16 areas which have been recognised as natural parks or nature reserves, which are valued for their aesthetic, botanical and scientific value and their cultural and natural qualities preserved. These natural areas can provide a welcome break from the busy atmosphere of Turkey’s cities and resorts.
For more information, contact: Forest Ministry Wildlife and National Parks Gazi Tesisleri 11 Gazi / Ankara

Tel: (+90 312) 212 63 00
Fax: (+90 312) 222 51 40
Adıyaman – Nemrut Dağı National Park
Afyon – Akdağ National Park
Afyon – Başkomutan Historical National Park
Ankara – Soguksu National Park
Antalya – Altinbesik Cave National Park
Antalya – Beydaglari Shore National Park
Antalya – Güllük Mountain (Termessos) National Park
Antalya – Köprülü Canyon National Park
Antalya – Kurşunlu Waterfall
Artvin – Karagöl National Park
Artvin – Hatila Valley National Park
Aydin – Büyük Menderes National Park
Aydın – Bafa Lake
Balikesir – Kazdagi National Park
Balikesir – Kuscenneti National Park
Balıkesir – Ayvalık Islands
Bolu – Yedigöller National Park
Bolu – Abant Lake
Bursa – Uludag National Park
Çanakkale – Gelibolu Peninsula Historical Park
Çanakkale – Troia (Troy) National Park
Çorum – Alacahöyük National Park
Denizli – Honaz Mountain National Park
Isparta – Kizildag National Park
Isparta – Kovada Lake National Park
Kastamonu – Ilgaz Mountain National Park
Kastamonu – Küre Mountain National Park
Konya – Beysehir Lake National Park
Manisa – Spil Mountain National Park
Mugla – Marmaris National Park
Mugla – Saklikent National Park
Nevsehir – Göreme National Park
Nigde – Aladaglar National Park
Osmaniye – Aslandag National Park
Rize – Kaçkar Mountain National Park
Trabzon – Altindere National Park
Tunceli – Munzur Mountain National Park
Yozgat – Yozgat National Park