KIZIL VADİ, KAPADOKYA
Red Valley, a national park, is one of the places with the most beautiful view to watch the sunset, which is a must for those who go to Cappadocia. When the sun disappears from the horizon and it gets dark, lay back and look up at the sky with your head back.
Saklıkent, at 2,000 meters, where the TÜBİTAK National Observatory is located, is one of the points with the best observation angle in Turkey. The National Sky Observation Festivals are held here. The expanding Antalya creates some light on the eastern horizon, but overall it is dark and suitable for sky observation.
The ancient city is located in the village of Behramkale, south of Çanakkale Ayvacık. Accompanied by historical ruins, it is a very good observation point especially for Milky Way shots, thanks to the completely open southern sky coinciding with the sea.
FRİG VADİSİ, AFYON
In the Phrygian Valley, which is spread over Afyonkarahisar, Kütahya and Eskişehir, you can also see historical ruins and ancient artifacts bearing traces of the Phrygian civilization. Since it covers a very large area, it was able to stay away from light pollution, thus offering a very good environment to watch the sky. It also has many beautiful historical buildings for photo taking.
BAFA GÖLÜ, AYDIN
It is very easy to reach from Söke or Milas. There are many accommodation and dining options around. You can stay at the Bafa Lake facilities and observe the night sky, and the islands in the lake look impressive.