Lakes of Turkey

With unique scenery and endless options for outdoor activities, the lakes in Turkey promise to fascinate visitors. Including Anatolia and Thrace, Turkey has over 100 natural lakes in all seven of its geographical regions.

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lakes Marmara

Turkey

The Marmara Region is one of the seven geographical regions of Turkey and is in northwestern Turkey. It is the sixth-largest region in terms of size and is the region with the most population.

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lakes Aegean

Turkey

The Aegean Region, which covers a surface of 85,000 square meters. It is the third most populous region and is one of the regions with a high population density.

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lakes Mediterranean

Turkey

The Mediterranean Region of Turkey covers an area of 120,000 square kilometers. Mountains run parallel to the coast, and the region enjoys a Mediterranean climate.

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lakes Central

Turkey

The Central Anatolia region is one of Turkey’s seven geographical regions and, as indicated by its name, is in the central part of Anatolia. The region covers an area of 151,000 square kilometers and covers 21% of the territory of Turkey.

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lakes Eastern

Turkey

The region of Eastern Anatolia is 164,000 square kilometers, and covers 21% of Turkey's territory. The region is the richest part of Turkey in terms of lakes.

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lakes Southern

Turkey

The Southern Anatolia Region is one of Turkey’s seven geographical regions. It covers areas from the south of the Southeastern Taurus Mountains to the Syrian border.

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lakes Black Sea

Turkey

The Black Sea Region, one of the seven geographical regions of Turkey, takes its name from the Black Sea and extends from the east of the Sakarya plain to the border with Georgia.

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