Mediterranean Turkey (Akdeniz Bölgesi) is a region in Turkey. It occupies entire southern coast of Turkey and some places more inland.
- Antalya Province - the shining gem of the Turquoise Riviera with some of the clearest waters and most beautiful coast along the Mediterranean
- Hatay Province - the southeastern part of the region which extends towards Syria
- Mersin Province - with hundreds of kilometers of coastline lying in front of pine covered mountains dotted with ancient citadels, this province is a less-traveled alternative rich in history to Antalya Province.
- Western Lycia (southern half of Muğla Province)
By plane — major airports in the region open for international flights are located in Antalya and Adana.
By boat — See Ferries in the Mediterranean.
- Aegean Region to the north/northwest has a lot in common with Mediterranean Turkey (especially the climate, landscape, and flora), but yet has unique aspects that make it a separate region.