Yazili Kanyon National Park

Yazili Kanyon National Park, Isparta: Address, Yazili Kanyon National Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Yazili Kanyon National Park

Yazili Kanyon National Park
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Tony and Susan
Turkey148 contributions
Worth a visit.
Sep 2019
There isn't a great deal to see, but there are lots of walks if you enjoy walking, it's a nice cool shaded area, where there is a designated barbeque area, along with picnic benches and a couple of small waterside restaurants.
Written 4 September 2019
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JSounder
19 contributions
Spectacular Place
Jun 2019 • Friends
Definitely must go. Its beautiful, long walks, so many nice areas to see. I advise suitable footwear or comfortable sandals.
Written 6 August 2019
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Cemse
ISTANBUL248 contributions
Marvelous scenery and beautiful tracking route among long long pine trees.
May 2017
It was amazing to see how tall the pine threes were reaching towards the sky competing
with the rocks. It is also a holy trail where St Paul walked on his trip from Perge to Pisidia Antiokheia.
There is an epitaph(mostly destroyed)written by famous philosopher Epiktetos. Heaven for nature lovers.
Written 26 May 2017
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kroe55
Cairns, Australia243 contributions
Spectacular
May 2017
If in the Egirdir area Yazili is a must. A nice drive to the national park which is magnificent. The water is very enticing but is more than a little chilly. There are walks from the car park area and a small cafe for tea.
Written 20 May 2017
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ALTAY T
Manchester, UK37 contributions
Amazing canyon
Jul 2016 • Friends
It's a pretty new attraction in the region which was became known recently. I believe it's a must see for visitors of Antalya region. It only took 1,5 hours from Antalya and totally worth it. Basic trekking path is close to 3 km one way. Photography lovers may come here only for this place while enjoy few other great places close to here including Adada ancient city and Kovada lake. We couldnt finish all of in a day so I suggest to come here early morning to cover couple of them. My only regret is not to have my swimsuit when I was there because it's small natural pools were quite attractive to enjoy :)
Written 5 July 2016
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mualibarut
istanbul168 contributions
it is just great
Oct 2015 • Family
we have been at yazılı kanyon in october week day ,in the morning we were only 3 of us.lovely autumn colors,very clean water flow next to you ,quietness in the natural beauty,when you start walking,firstly you climb couple of hundred meters,afterwards you cross 2 brigdes and continou to walk in the forest almost.you have to reserve at least half a day or full day if you like hiking,walking.stop whereever you want because every point is lovely.if you travel burdur, ısparta,eğirdir you must see the yazılı kanyon.
Written 30 October 2015
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lorraineUrgup
Currumbin, Australia24 contributions
A HIDDEN GEM
Aug 2013 • Couples
We drove from Egirdir, through amazing orchards, marble gorges and spectacular scenery. The roads are what we Australians refer to as country roads, all adds to the experience. Once reaching Yazili Kanyon we were delighted to have for several hours the entire place to ourselves. Crystal Clear spring waters, cascading little waterfalls at every turn and wonderful swimming holes with little rocky beaches to relax, picnic if you wish, or simply sunbake and enjoy a good book and swim to your hearts content. A little teahouse is situated in the carpark area, with simple Turkish cuisine for those who wish to enjoy a light lunch before heading back to civilisation. An absolute 'must do' whilst in this beautiful area.
Written 18 October 2013
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