You can choose any of the following destinations to get your treatment along with a relaxing holiday.


A Combination of Modern and Traditional

It is İstanbul’s endless variety that fascinates its visitors. The museums, churches, palaces, grand mosques, bazaars, and sites of natural beauty are countless. While you’re relaxing on the western shores of the Bosphorus at sunset and watching the crimson evening light reflected on the other continent, it’ll become clear why so many centuries ago settlers chose to build a city on this remarkable site. In such moments, you can understand why İstanbul is truly one of the world’s most magnificent cities.

İstanbul is Türkiye’s most developed and largest city, with the latest discoveries indicating that the history of human habitation here goes back some 400,000 years. The purple years of İstanbul started in 330 when Emperor Constantine declared the city the capital of his empire – royal purple was the color of the Byzantine imperial family. Until 1453, when it was conquered by the Ottomans, the city served as the capital of the Byzantine Empire. During the reign of the Byzantines, İstanbul known at the time as Constantinople, was adorned with a number of great monuments, which made it the most magnificent city in the world – this was true even during the declining years of the empire.


Harmony of the Sea, Sun, History and Nature

Ancient cities, the sea, sun, beach, forest … all are parts of this integrity.

Antalya is one of the most visited cities in the world and of course, there are dozens of reasons for this. Those who love the sea, sand and sun and those who want to get lost in nature can find dozens of options in Antalya with the 640-kilometer coastline stretching from west to east on the Mediterranean coast, the Toros Mountains surrounding the city parallel to the coast.

In the far west of the city, on the Teke Peninsula, there is an Ancient City called Patara one of the most important cities of the Ancient Lycian Civilization. As you move east, you can find nature in the bays of Demre and the traces of ancient civilizations at every corner. Kaş is one of the few diving centers in the world. Kemer is home to many luxury resort hotels and the magnificent Tahtalı Mountain. Kaleiçi, which forms the center of the city of Antalya, brings together the ancient city of Attaelia, one of the most important medieval ports in the Eastern Mediterranean, the traces of the Seljuks and the natural wonder cliffs.

The Ancient City called the Perge is one of the important stops of St. Paul and the important port city which belonged to the Pamphylian civilisation. It is an impressive historical centre with its magnificent buildings. Belek is one of the important golf centers in the world with its specially designed courses. The Belek region is also prominent with amazing resort hotels, services, nature and facilities. When you move a little north from here, you will reach one of the best-preserved ancient theaters in the world, the Aspendos Ancient Theater.

There is also the Manavgat Waterfall, which joins with the river with foams flowing meandering through the forests, the Temple of Apollo and the Ancient City of Side, right next to the sea, which is home to a cultural asset that a day is not long enough to explore. Fascinating with its pine forests and waterfalls, Alanya is in the far east of the city with its historical castle extending into the Mediterranean.

Come and discover with your senses Antalya the historical city of the Mediterranean surrounded by the Toros Mountains, by seeing, hearing, tasting, feeling and listening!


The Richness of an 8.500 Year History

Located on the shores of the Aegean Sea, west of the Anatolian Peninsula, Izmir is the third-largest city in Turkey. It is one of the livable cities thanks to its large share in industrial production and employment, and also the quality of life it offers. With a population of over 4 million and a young spirit, Izmir is one of the most productive and lively cities of the Aegean region and Turkey.

Thanks to its Mediterranean climate, Izmir is mostly sunny during the year. Summers are hot and winters are mild. Izmir has dozens of blue flagged beaches along its 629 km of coastline. This makes the city a very popular vacation destination where you can find every shade of blue and do all kinds of water sports.

Besides its natural beauties, Izmir is one of the places worth exploring for history and archeology enthusiasts. Since it was home to different civilisations from the Persians to the ancient Greeks, from the Romans to the Ottomans for 8,500 years, Izmir offers many historical sites that would take days to see.

Just like its climate, Izmir’s people are warm as well. The social life in the city is very active. You have many options in İzmir when it comes to spending your day. You can choose between many cultural activities, or spend your time in the parks and forests to enjoy nature. We would like to state that İzmir, which has always been one of the centers of trade in the region, is also a colorful place for shopping enthusiasts. If you wish, you can visit the historical bazaars and choose gifts that remind the city for your loved ones, or you can find the world-famous brands in shopping malls.

Izmir is ready to embrace you with its nature, history, and cuisine. So, are you ready to explore it?


Taste of Street Food

Founded in the south of Turkey at the foot of Taurus Mountains, between Seyhan and Ceyhan Rivers, on Cukurova Plain, dating back to BCE 6000s with historical cities, colourful nature, clear beaches and offering a unique experience with the clean air of Taurus Mountains, Adana is the sixth largest city of Turkey.

Adana is the oldest city name still used without being changed. Adana, in the form of Adaniia or Ataniia on the Hittite cuneiform tablets, was first mentioned in the letter of the Hittite King Telipu in 1150 BCE.

Being an important city of ancient Cilicia Adana, its fertile lands and its strategic location on commercial and military routes, caused it to change hands between different civilisations. Home to 18 civilizations, you can visit more than 10 ancient cities all over the city, breathe the unique nature and fresh air of the plateaus, and taste their delicious food.