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Central Anatolia is one of Turkey's seven geographical regions and offers some of the best and most unique experiences worldwide. Central Anatolia itself is made up of 13 smaller provinces. There are plenty of options available to you when it comes to picking your rental Central Anatolia holiday apartments and villas. Private Central Anatolia villas lie mainly in the Anatolian Plateau, which is the biggest region in Turkey after Eastern Anatolia. Depending on your budget, tastes, preferences and requirements, you can choose from a wide variety of Central Anatolia holiday apartments to stay in, taking into account factors such as location and size of your group. If you're searching for a destination which is suitable for groups, have a look at our ideas for a group getaway.
Holiday homes Central Anatolia can also give you an opportunity to enjoy the superb shopping, night life and cultural centres here. One of the must-see places in Central Anatolia is the Museum of Anatolian Civilisations, which is is full to the brim of artefacts from all eras dating back to 50,000 BC. There are also the famous Turkish baths, which should be high up on your agenda. Another city which is famous for its baths is Budapest. Staying in a Central Anatolia apartment can enable you to take in some magnificent sights such as large cities, old towns, mineral water springs and religious sites, as it is such a diverse location. Choose from the self catering holiday homes in Central Anatolia that are available for booking and visit beautiful and picturesque cities like the Turkish capital city Ankara, Konya and Kayseri, which offer hours of diverse entertainment. Konya, for instance, houses some superb Seljuk monuments, Kayseri is an important centre for winter sports and Eskişehir is a quaint riverside town. These cities are very interesting and comparable to the city Sofia in Bulgaria or the popular metropolis Prague.
Central Anatolia apartments can also be found in and around heritage locations like Bogazkale and Beypazari, a Hittite city and Ottoman city respectively. There are also the extremely intriguing fairy chimneys to be found in Cappadocia. Holiday homes in Central Anatolia can put you in close proximity to the Salt Lake of Tuz Golu located between Konya and Aksaray, which houses much fascinating birdlife for nature lovers. If you love being near the water, but prefer a stay by the beach, take a look at North Cyprus, which isn't far away. As well as in Konya, the distinctive Seljuk monuments can be found in Sivas and Kayseri. An essential stop-off during your vacations in this part of the world is the Karapinar Desert, located close to several conveniently built rental properties near Konya. Staying in self catering holiday lettings or holiday homes in Central Anatolia can grant you the opportunity to pick up some beautiful carpets as well, since carpet weaving is a big commercial and economic activity in locations like these. The big bustling cities of Amasya and Gordion should also be on your itinerary when you stay in accommodation in Central Anatolia or in the Central Anatolia villas, as here you can enjoy a spectacular view of the river and mountains, and learn about the fascinating history of the area.
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