Diving in Turkey
Especially with the weather being warm, one of the most popular sports is diving. Turkey is a country surrounded by sea on all three sides. The effect of this, there are advanced regions in diving in Turkey. Some of these areas are especially popular with tourists.
Diving places in Turkey
You can find many different characteristic places as you are diving in Turkey. Would you like to dive in a rocky area or would you like to dive in a static area? Would you like to dive in a region where there are several fish populations, or would you like to dive in a region with fish live? You can choose the right place by answering this and many other similar questions. Here are a few of the most popular diving places in Turkey.
Kaş is located south of Turkey. It can be said that Kash is one of the most preferred places by tourists not only for diving but also for holidays. The structure underneath of Kash is mainly rocky. It is especially preferred by people who enjoy diving in the rocky area.
We can talk about some of the features for the Samandag. The most important feature is; Samandag has one of the longest beaches in the world. Due to its underwater formations, Samandag has been added to the Red Sea in diving tourism. Diving is much more affordable than compared to other sports that are performed in the red sea. Diving in Samandag is possible all year round. Especially in the winter season, even though the weather is cold, the hot water makes it possible to dive more easily. If you are planning to dive in Samandag during the winter months. Also, you might come across the number of stingrays due to the mating season and experience an unforgettable diving experience.
Mugla is a diving area in the Aegean region. Large and small islands in the open sea are preferred for diving. Around the islets, shark, dolphin and Mediterranean monk seals are seen together. Another diving point in this area is the Esen Island which has been connected to Datca Marina later on. The island of Esen, like other islands, is small and is called the islet.