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  • skydiving

    What would you say about taking in Türkiye’s natural beauty and historical richness by flying?

    Skydiving is an incredibly easy, safe, and enjoyable way to experience an unforgettable journey through Türkiye’s blue sky!

    • Northern coasts of İstanbul

    İstanbul is mostly known for its unique historical landmarks and cultural heritage but the city also offers amazing opportunities for extreme sports such as skydiving!

    Ormanlı village in the district of Çatalca on the European side of the city and Şile district on the Asian side offer amazing skydiving experiences and a chance for an unforgettable day trip.

    • Ancient city of Ephesus, İzmir

    You might have walked through the ancient city of Ephesus, a well-preserved ancient site that was built in the 10th century BC and is one of Türkiye’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A visit to Ephesus is unforgettable in its own right - but what about skydiving over Ephesus?

    Ephesus offers the unique skydiving experience of flying with an ancient city lying kilometers below your feet. Shuttles to the drop zone depart from Selçuk town center.

    • Fethiye, Muğla

    Fethiye is Türkiye’s paragliding capital. This paradise on Earth is also an amazing skydiving destination thanks to its clear skies and amazing sea!

    You’ll find a lot of options for skydiving and experienced locals.

    • Side & Kaş, Antalya

    Antalya is a southern coastal city in Türkiye and a popular tourist destination. The districts of Side and Kaş in Antalya both have skydiving centers.

    As you soar through the sky, you will have a view of the turquoise and navy blue Mediterranean Sea beneath you!

    • Kayseri

    Kayseri is located in the central part of Türkiye and is one of the country’s prominent skydiving spots.

    The city is built on the foothills of Mount Erciyes and offers spectacular scenery especially in the winter season.