With a depth of about half a meter, Lake Tuz in the central Anatolian province Konya is the shallowest lake in the country and offers great photo opportunities. It also provides 70% of the salt needs of Turkey.
Located in the western province of Bolu, Lake Sülüklü has a not-so-pleasant name, meaning "with leeches." But do not let the name deter you. Sülüklü lies right next to a mountain range, like so many lakes in Bolu do, and offers hiking opportunities.
Named after its seven lakes: Büyükgöl, Seringöl, Nazlıgöl, İncegöl, Sazlıgöl, Küçükgöl and Deringöl – the area is perfect for travelers, nature photographers and passionate campers, no matter the season.
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