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5 most private beaches in Turkey

Oludeniz, which is connected to the Fethiye district of Muğla, is one of the few lagoons in the world. 2006 the result of an international vote on the internet ’The most beautiful beach in the world'  in Ölüdeniz, you can see every shade of Blue, Walk on the beach for hours and get forest air at the same time. Paragliding in this region, mainly boat tours and Lycian Way you can participate in many activities, such as walking. While you're here, you should also see the Valley of butterflies, Pumpkin Bay, Faralya. In belcekiz, you can participate in diving training. 

Didim, located within the borders of Aydın, is one of the unique routes due to its natural beauty and historical heritage. Altınkum beach gets its name from the yellow sand, ideal for those looking for a shallow and clear sea. Early morning hours are recommended, especially because it is crowded during holidays. 6 kilometers from the beach of Altınkum Temple Of Apollo is taking place. The temple, known as the prophetic center of the ancient Miletus period, is a must-see historical heritage.

Kaputas is a beach with a first-degree site on the borders of Kas District of Antalya. The turquoise tone of the water is caused by a mixture of natural water sources boiling under the sea and pure natural water from the mountains. This private beach can be reached by boat tours and land route. But let's remind you that when you arrive by road, you have to go up and down about 200 steps. We also recommend that you note the surrounding caves, especially the Blue Cave. 

Ilica Beach, located within the borders of Cesme District of Izmir, is almost in a natural thermal pool structure due to the hot thermal waters boiling in the sea. Ilıca, which is among the few beaches of the world with this feature, is a deciduous as well as a healing option. 

Ayazma is the most famous beach of Bozcaada, which is one of the most exclusive islands of Turkey with its unique architecture, Virgin bays and immaculate air. Ayazma, from the Greek word "hagiasme", holy water it means that. Ayazma Beach, located in the south of the island, is a natural wonder with its golden sand and turquoise water. The only downside is that its water is cold. For those who do not prefer cold seas, August is recommended. But another feature of this beach is its proximity to Ayazma Monastery, one of the important points of the island. Ayazma Monasteryit has a historical fountain with double grooves, 8 Old plane trees, a small monastery and 2 single-storey buildings. 

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