Isparta is one of the most popular provinces in Türkiye. Set in the Lake District, Isparta – with its culture, economy, historical richness and natural beauties – also offers serenity infused with the fragrance of its rose and lavender gardens.
The museum, located at the entrance to the Gökçay Recreation Area, is Türkiye's largest and the only museum of ethnographic carpets and rugs, with an exhibit hall that is both horizontal and vertical.
Eğirdir Lake (Eğirdir Gölü), with its unparalleled sunsets, is the fourth largest lake in Türkiye.
Considered Türkiye’s rose garden, Isparta contributes appetizing tastes to Turkish cuisine along with its fragrant scents.
Produced in Isparta for over a hundred years, Isparta roses provide 60 percent of the world’s rose oil.
Set between the Yenişarbademli and Aksu districts, Dedegöl Mountain lies at an altitude of 2,998 meters.