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Mersin is a city in Turkey on the Mediterranean coast.
Seeing Eshab-ı Kehf Cavern, Ulu Mosque and Makam-ı Şerif Mosque, Old Mosque, Bilal-i Habeş Small Mosque, Kubad Paşa Theology School, New Hamam,
Visiting St. Paul Church and St. Paul Well,
Visiting Tarsus Museum,
Mounted excursion in an ambient within nature at mounted sports club,
Tasting regional meals which addresses to your taste pleasure with sitting adjacent to waterfall.
There is a very famous Antique Bar called Kabare 33 on the Mersin-Tarsus road. The highly educated ladies do some fantastic dance shows at this place. Families are very welcomed to this lovely bar.
Go to Narlikuyu to have fish and raki. Narlikuyu is a town which is 65 km. away from the City Center. It is always better to go there by car. When you go there ask for the place called Haci Amca'nin Yeri, it is a very cool place with fresh fish and very tasteful Roca Salad.
Buy very high quality leather jackets from the bazaar just beside Holly Mosque (local name Ulu Cami). Don't forget to bargain, after bargaining 15 minutes, you might be able to buy leather jacket for half price. If the owner doesn't lower the price, start acting like an actress, make him belive that you are leaving the place and not buying anything. And watch, in how many seconds, he will start yelling "Abi or Abla, waitt waittt" and don't go back to the magazine immediately and don't look at him at the very first minute. Let him try to catch and take you in the shop. And after bargaining for 30 seconds more, you may buy the cheapest and highest quality leather jacket of your life.
But if the seller still doesn't lower the price,tell him "Yarragimi Yee". And afterwards, for sure he will lower the prices.
Meals unique to Tarsus are kuş gözü, handy mince meat, humus, telatur (teletür), stuffed eya, şırdan, tutmaç soup, lepe, övelemeç, ring soup; deserts are tarsus baklava (with walnut), cezerye, bandırma Turkish delight.