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As the settlement had started in early ages, there are many archaeological sites and museums you need to see within the borders of Isparta. Also called as Pisidia Ancient City, Antiocheia Ancient City is one of those. You should definitely visit the huge ancient theatre and aqueducts in this city. Besides, if you go 5 km towards the southeast, the famous Temple of Men will be waiting for you. Adada Ancient City that is remained from Hellenistic period is located in district Sutculer. The speciality of this city is that it was one of the largest mints in that era. Coins including portrait of Zeus are pretty popular among the ones brought to light during the excavations. You can see all these coins and other historical artefacts found during the excavations in Isparta Museum.
Don’t forget to see Yazili Canyon Nature Park when you go to Sutculer to see Adada Ancient City. You can have a walk along the stream in this nature park where you can enjoy the green nature. If you are not intimated by the coldness of the water, you can also swim in the stream. If you are hungry, restaurants serving trout are just beside you. Of course, you need to see the rock inscription that gives the name of ‘’Yazili (Written)’’ to the canyon and that includes a poem by Epictetus. If you visit Isparta in July-August, you should definitely stop by Lavanta (Lavender) Valley. Neighbour with Ardicli, Aydogmus, Kuscular and Kuyucak villages, this valley’s lavender fields are amazing wonders of nature with riot of colours and fragrant lavender smells.
Located in the north of Mediterranean Region in the Lakes Region, Isparta is neighbour with Burdur in the west, Konya in the east, Afyonkarahisar in the north and Antalya in the south. The easiest way to reach Isparta is to arrive in Süleyman Demirel Airport by air. The settlement started with the Luwian and Arzawan communities in 2000’s BC and followed by the reigns of the Phrygians, Lydians, Persians, Greater Alexander, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottomans. Hosting the greatest civilizations of its age, Isparta carries traces from all these civilizations. And this makes Isparta one of the most important cultural and historical tourism spots in Turkey.
Located only 26 km to the city centre and 50 km to Suleyman Demirel Airport, Davraz Ski Centre has made Isparta one of the important players in winter tourism in recent years. If you’re into winter sports and you are looking for a different experience other than Uludag, Kartalkaya and Palandoken, you should give a chance to Davraz. There are various tracks and courses that will please ski lovers from every level in Davraz Ski Centre. If you want to spend your entire holiday by skiing, you can choose one of three hotels found there. As in other important ski centres of Turkey, you can also rent ski equipment and even take private lessons here.
You shouldn’t end your holiday in Isparta without visiting Lake Egirdir that is the fourth largest lake of Turkey. Besides, don’t forget to see Zindan Cave, Kizildag Nature Park, Hizirbey Mosque, Dundarbey Madrasa, Hagia Stefanos Church that is also called as Yesil Ada Church, Yalvac Museum and the historical plane tree. You should also try the tastes of rich cuisine of Isparta. Isparta-treat Kashkak made with pastrami is one of the most interesting foods in the region. Besides, poppy halva, stuffed carp, rose sharbat and black eyed peas with turnip are among the delicacies you can taste in Isparta.
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