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We have visited this place daily basis with my family. We had very nice boat tour and enjoyed the scene. When we gave a small break and ı have tried homemade mullberry juice was amazing. We did not have a chance to stay in any...More
The most intresting activity in this place was boat tour over and near the leavings of the city halfeti. Altough it was cloudy rainy day, a constant effective wind outside the boat, the tour was a unforgotable experience forme because feels like a history film...More
although the place is far from any big city, it is easily reachable from Sanliurfa or Gaziantepe, You can take a normal boat which costs around 15 lira or a private boat, private boat is better as you can ask them to stop at the...More
You MUST take a boat trip around the lake of Halfeti. A dam was being built and had to flood the the village. The attraction here is that the minaret of the local mosque can be seen protruding from the water. Lots of boat restaurants...More
Beautiful scenery, stunning rock formations, blue water! So serene and calm with great food by the floating resto by the river bank...
The boat ride made it relaxing!
I will be back to see the black rose!
This tiny village is called a hidden gem of Turkey - and it really is. t's like travelling in time along shores of Euprat - take trip with a boat to see antient architecture, carve up in the steep mountains above your head. And if...More
Halfeti is a nice little village on the shores of Euphrates. It was very quiet when we were there any many youngsters tried to get us on a boat ride. It is one of the main reasons why people visit Halfeti and we also took...More
A view you can not see anywhere in the world. Savaşan Village in Halfeti, Urfa, Turkey. Houses of the village became underwater in around 6months in year 2000, because of water collection between Atatürk Dam and Birecik Dam over Fırat(Euphrates) river.
You will go to Şanlıurfa by plane. It takes 1.5 hour. There are 2 different ways. One is renting a car and drive to Halfeti. I advise this. The other way is using public transport but it will be difficult. Published... More
You will go to Şanlıurfa by plane. It takes 1.5 hour. There are 2 different ways. One is renting a car and drive to Halfeti. I advise this. The other way is using public transport but it will be difficult. Published transport isn't developed and irregular.