About 3 years ago to start wisdom ...
Eskiciler Mansion, after desolation, all the rain, wind, and even partial fire, despite all the cases, from past to present, standing up to the front with the claim of reaching the front, that was in front of our eyes. After a short period of time, Egirdir faces a little more melting, and the story of the mansion has become visible with sadness. In such a transition, the afternoon view. Can we do it? Can we get up?
As a result, we began to mire in decision-making lengths and tiring, although this did not result in the theft of the mansion.
Eğirdir (Turkish: Eğirdir Gölü, formerly Eğridir) is a lake in the Lakes Region of Turkey. The town of Eğirdir lies near its southern end, 107 kilometers (67 mi) north of Antalya. With an area of 482 square kilometres (186 sq mi) it is the fourth largest lake in Turkey, and the second largest freshwater lake.
Located on the historical Silk Road, is considered sacred because it is the route St. Paul used on his way from Perge to Pisidia Antiocheia. Crossing the wooden bridges over the streams forming the Aksu River, climbing the hills, looking down valleys, having fun with the ice-cold waters in the streams and watching the flow of the tiny waterfalls; An adventure awaits you to explore under the shade of sycamore, oleander, spruce, pine, andic, carob, laurel, olive, sandalwood and many more trees.
Kovada gölü, çevresinin sık ormanlar ve kısmen elma bahçeleriyle kaplı olması ve yüzlerce çeşit yaban hayvanı barındırması sebebiyle Milli Park ilan edilmiştir. Eğirdir'e 23 km mesafedeki Kovada Gölü, düzenli ve işaretli yürüyüş pkurları, gölde yaşayan yabani hayvanları ve ağaç ile bitkli bitki türleri hakkında bilgilendirici panoları, seyir terası ve olağanüstü manzarasıyla tabiat parkı olarak keyifli bir yolculuk vaadediyor.
Davraz Mountain, an extension of Toros Mountains, is the only winter sports center in Turkey with a lake-view slopes, with a ski facility established at 2.200 m at a distance of 25 km away from Eğirdir.
Sagalassos Ancient City, only 70 km away from Eğirdir, is remarkable for brilliance of its fountains and known as the world's highest theatre with its 9.000-person capacity and specific rock cemetery.