Discover the archaeological sites and ruins of Aegean and Mediterranean Turkey
Turkey is an archaeological paradise littered with ruins and monuments from its past glories. Many lay undisturbed for years, whilst both man and nature were less kind to others.
Today some remain in glorious detail, whilst others stand as solitary, imposing monuments, hinting at the grandeur and scale of the Roman and Greek Empires. Our intriguing journey offers the chance to see some of the highlights of this dramatic heritage in just one week.
From the towering columns at Didyma to the iconic library at Ephesus, our journey spans numerous centuries and civilisations all the way back to the 10th century BC Carian town of Kaunos on the banks of the river Dalyan.
What makes this trip responsible?
Our local partners have long been committed to sustainable tourism. All activities are low impact, as such jeeps, jet skis or quad bikes are not on the menu. The company generates revenue for the local economy through the provision of jobs and sourcing of products and equipment. On this tour accommodation ranges from standard tourist class hotels to smaller family-run establishments where produce is sourced locally and the majority of the staff are local.
The library at Ephesus