Main Attractions in Isparta

You could visit the several important mosques there including the pre - Ottoman Hizir Be mosque, the Kutlubey or Ulu mosque and Haci Abdi mosque. The 16th century Firdevs Pasa mosque built by architect Mimar Siman is also a place of historical importance.

If you like ancient cities, then Antocheia in Isparta is the place to be. You could also visit the Limenia Island, within the Hoyran Lake near the Gaziri locality, which is 25 kms away from Yalvak County.

Adada is also an antic city that is worth a visit. It is 12 km away from Sitculer County and 2 kms from Sigirlik village. You can find ruins of temples made of rectangular stones and a necropolis, mausoleum and a part of the city's water system.

If churches fascinate you, then head to Saint Paul church, Aya Payana church or Aya Yorgi church.

The two national parks in Isparta are the Kovada and Kizildag, which please the visitors with their natural beauties and historical remains. The Kovada Lake is made up of bays and beaches, surrounded by forests, and possesses a fresh atmosphere just like the National Park of Klzildag full of thousands of nice cedar trees and wild ducks.

The Egirdir lake is one of the most important lakes in Isparta. It is the fourth largest lake of Turkey with 517 kilometers square surface area. The lake is separated into two sections one on the north called Hoyran Lake and another on the south, the Egirdir lake.
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