The Burdur geography, a gateway between the Aegean and the Central Anatolia regions in the western part of the Mediterranean Region, offers visitors rich cultural and tourism opportunities.
Burdur has hosted many civilizations due to its geographical location and thus acquired a deep-rooted historical and cultural heritage. This heritage is of course reflected in the culinary culture.
This richness of Burdur, which is abundant in terms of history and culture, is also reflected in its handicrafts.
Burdur offers memorable experiences to visitors with its music, unique to the Teke Region and its plateaus where folklore and the nomadic (yörük) culture still exist.