Salda Lake is Turkey's Maldives

7/13/2017
Turkey's Maldives

Salda Lake is Turkey's Maldives

After long time writing an article because in summer season cant write much things.While reading I saw about something Salda Lake.When I was university ı heard many things about it because my university is not much far away from there and there were tours at weekends.Salda is a tectonic lake at Aegean region in Turkey.I will write about why called it Turkey's Maldives ,where is the lake ,how can go there and where stay in there so I will give a  few reason for to visit Turkey too.


Where is Salda Lake

Salda lake is located in Yeşilova district in Burdur.It has about 184 meters depth so its second depth lake in Turkey.Its not much far away from Pamukkale so if you come pamukkale do not come back to see Salda lake.




Why called it Turkey's Maldives

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Its a lake with turquoise color and white sands.When see it can think that ıts look like Maldives.Salda lake is the 5th clear lake in the world.Anyway can see it on photos too.If you take photo in there and share it social media people can think that you are at Maldives :)

There are 2 beaches in Salda Lake.Yeşilove beach and Salda Forest beach, there are 3 kilometers distance between beaches and some places are deep blue so just can swim that beaches.ıts more safety.

Where I can stay at Salda Lake

There are a few motels near Salda and can stay in Yeşilova too.But
if you like nature can make camping near Salda Lake.Actually there are youth camps between july and august months.Nature,forest and deep blues.Will fall in love there .

How I can go Salda Lake.

There are a few routes to go there.I said before ig you come to pamukkale can come to Burdur and Yeşilova.Another routes is come to Isparta by plane and rent a car for to come Salda.

If you like nature,camping ,photography must see there when come to Turkey.


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Hi Dear Visitors.I'm Recep admin of this blog.Actually I'm Mechanical engineer but started to write that blog in 2015 for help foreigns,improve my English and try to show How Turkey is a wonderfull country with places,cities,culture,tradition,meals,life and people.Thanks for to read it and do not forget to drop comments.

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7/14/2017 delete

gorgeous! would love to go there even just for once.

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7/14/2017 delete

I am from India. My husband and I are fond of turkey for its food and scenic beauty and planning a vacation there. your blog has increased our urge to visit.

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7/14/2017 delete

Wow, awesome pics and post. You've put this on my bucket list for sure xxx

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7/14/2017 delete

Beautiful scenery, I would love to visit!!

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7/14/2017 delete

Great pics. Never been to Turkey but seems like a great place to visit.

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7/14/2017 delete

I know that turkey is a beautiful country but I didn't know that it had so much to offer.Thank you for sharing and lovely pictures

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7/19/2017 delete

Great post. My father b was in the U.S. Navy so I have lived in many different places all over the world. However, I have not been to this Lake. I love to travel so maybe I will make it there one day. Love the pictures you have added to the post.

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7/19/2017 delete

Wow, it looks so beautiful!

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7/19/2017 delete

Hi, this looks like a stunning place to visit I had never even heard of it. Thanks for sharing.

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7/20/2017 delete

I don't like when people compare the place and call it by other name, like the paris of north etc... It gives the undermining impression of the place. However, lovely post :)

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7/20/2017 delete

Looks very interesting and a good place to visit for relaxation. Thanks.

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7/20/2017 delete

Beautiful! Would love to plan a trip there now.

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7/20/2017 delete

Never been in the area but these pics make me want to visit. Beautiful!

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7/20/2017 delete

So beautiful place. Love to visit there.

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7/21/2017 delete

Wow what a beautiful place, Turkey's Maldives

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7/21/2017 delete

Love the color of the water! I really need to visit there!

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7/21/2017 delete

Oh my goodness! I've always wanted to go to the Maldives but haven't had the chance yet. But this looks just as gorgeous! I'll be adding it to my bucket list of places to visit for sure.

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