Kavaklidere is situated about 300 miles (483 kilometers) southwest of Ankara, the country's capital.
Don't restrict yourself to Kavaklidere; the wider region has been blessed with plenty of man-made and natural attractions waiting to be explored. Approximately 16 miles (26 kilometers) away you'll find Mugla. Head here to discover the Mugla Ataturk Stadium and Great Mosque of Mugla.
Get some transportation head to Denizli, a retail and transport hub for the region, some 45 miles (72 kilometers) from Kavaklidere. This regional center offers plenty of points of interest, such as Seyit Emir Sultan Mosque, Pamukkale University and Ataturk and Ethnography Museum. Denizli has much to offer those happy to delve a little deeper. Recep Yazicioglu Park and Denizli Ataturk Stadium are just a sample of the other interesting attractions worth visiting.
Bodrum - Aegean Region is known for its fine historic palaces; these are often windows into the region's colorful past. If the sun is shining, take the time and discover Bodrum - Aegean Region's open-air exhibits and open-air markets.
If you enjoy mixing with travelers of similar interests, Kavaklidere features a range of specialist activities such as guided nature walks. The Bodrum - Aegean Region area offers a range of laid-back pursuits. Set aside some time for beach combing or sunbathing and feel your worries drift away.
At the end of your holiday in Kavaklidere, say goodbye the way locals do, with a hearty "Hoşçakal."