Most Instagrammable Spots in Turkey

Most Instagrammable Spots in Turkey


If your holiday isn’t complete without snapping some of the most envy-worthy Instagram pictures, then let us help you find the best spots in Turkey for those all-important selfies!

These are just a snapshot of the beauty Turkey has to offer, and if you know of any more stunning spots, let us know on social media. 

Ölüdeniz Blue Lagoon

You will find Ölüdeniz on Turkey’s southwest coast and the blue lagoon stretches 12km. The Blue Lagoon is one of the most photographed spots on Turkey’s coastline thanks to its blue waters of varying shades and super soft sands. 

Picture yourself posing at the edge of the turquoise waters at one of the most iconic Turkish photo spots and snap a perfect pic that will have your followers feeling blue! With some of the most breathtaking views you will see, what are you waiting for? The enticing waters await!

The Ancient City of Ephesus

When visiting Turkey, the ancient ruins of Ephesus are a must see! The ruins date back thousands of years and are sure to provide you a great photo opportunity as well as being able to take in lots of history. 

Ephesus was an ancient port city and was once considered to be the most important trading center in the Mediterranean region. Will you perch on a rock or climb ancient steps like a medieval emperor? No matter where you choose to place your tripod or personal photographer, your backdrop is sure to turn heads…just hopefully not the stone ones!

The Ghost Town of Kayaköy

Once known as Levissi, the abandoned village of Kayaköy was once home to around 10,000 people. A combination of historic events led to the decline of Kayaköy’s population but it was a 7.1 magnitude earthquake in 1957 that deserted the town for good.

The ghost town has an eerie aura about it, and it’s sure to translate to some other-worldly social media pictures. 

Bodrum Town

Bodrum Town is one of the most photogenic places in Turkey. The best time to visit is earlier in the day when there are less crowds but you can still take in the town in all its beauty. 

With quaint cobbled streets and lots of brightly coloured flowers and doorways, your Instagram feed is sure to get a rainbow injection. In Bodrum Old Town you can find  bustling shopping streets where you can pick up traditional gifts and treats to take home.

Bodrum Windmills

Take some time away from the centre of town and explore the beauty of Bodrum’s windmills. These are some of the most famous landmarks in the Bodrum peninsula and are mostly situated on top of a hill between central Bodrum and nearby holiday resort Gumbet

They overlook the beautiful Bodrum Bay on one side and Gumbet Bay on the other side, giving stunning photo backdrops from all angles. There are plenty of windmills to choose from, but the hardest decision will be choosing the best angle to make the most of the towering turrets and deep blue bays.

Butterfly Valley, Fethiye

Butterfly Valley in Fethiye is a hidden gem which can only be accessed via water and is home to diverse species of butterflies. The valley is situated at the foothill of Babadağ, a 6,480 ft high mountain with a wide sandy beach protruding from the valley. 

There are so many beautiful photo opportunities when riding the waves to the beach, as well as plenty of shots to snap when you reach Butterfly Valley. The valley is rich in flora and fauna, making it the perfect habitat for so many butterfly species. 

Strike a pose and if you’re lucky a butterfly may just flutter by!

Antalya’s Waterfalls

Antalya has plenty of waterfalls to choose from but no matter which you pick, you’re guaranteed to snap that perfect wet and wild picture. Düden and Kurşunlu falls tend to be most popular, with tourists flocking to take in the flowing waters in all their glory. 

Will you be brave enough to dip your toe in the water, or even submerge yourself at the foot of the falls? Take a guided tour along the falls and let the experts lead you to the best spots to get that perfect new profile pic.

Grand Bazaar Marmaris

When thinking of Turkey, vast markets often spring to many peoples’ minds. The Grand Bazaar Marmaris is one of Turkey’s most infamous markets and whether you’re looking for the perfect photo location or just wanting to explore the intricate shops and items available to purchase, it should definitely be on your holiday itinerary. 

Along with modern fashion and tasty treats, at the Grand Bazaar Marmaris you can find plenty of traditional clothing, nik naks and gifts. Gaze at the twinkling lights of Turkish lamps and capture the colourful moment on your social media feeds. 

Turkish Favourites

Now you’ve seen some of our favourite spots throughout the beautiful country of Turkey, we want to know your hit list! Tag us in your pictures at your favourite locations for the chance to feature on our social media feeds!

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