Escaping the crowds on Turkey’s Turquoise Coast

In two weeks of travelling in Turkey, I marvelled at some pretty spectacular vistas, from the minaret-encrusted skyline of Istanbul to panoramas over Cappadocia on a hot air balloon ride. The pinnacle of my viewing pleasure came at the end of a  tiny winding road through a countryside seemingly devoid of tourism: hamlets of a few houses and miniature mosques, terraced fields of olive trees, some donkeys and the occasional farmer.

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