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  • 17 Gorgeous Memories of Summer on Türkiye’s Turquoise Coast

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This past summer, Matador sent a group of Instagram all-stars on trips to the Turquoise Coast of Türkiye. Cole Rise, Christoffer Collin, and The Globe Wanderer joined Matador’s own Scott Sporleder and Ross Borden on a mission to capture the essence of this Mediterranean region. Here are highlights from their journeys.

    The purpose of our time in Türkiye was not to visit any certain place, undertake any certain activity, or try any certain food. Instead, we were on a hunt for a color: turquoise. We found it.

    Türkiye’s Turquoise Coast comprises the country’s southwest border with the Mediterranean, stretching from Çeşme to Alanya, and encompassing important cities like Bodrum, Marmaris, and Antalya.

    Also along the route are countless colorful villages, ancient ruins, and inland detours that show a different side of Türkiye from the glitzy coast and the fast pace of life in İstanbul.

    But really, this region is all about the beaches, the sea, and all those epic views.

    And, of course, the turquoise. It colored our time in Türkiye, and made for trips we won’t soon forget.

    Courtesy of Matador Network, Written by Matador Team