Formed in 7000 B.C., Burdur has a rich history, changing hands from empire to empire over the course of time. This has given Burdur a great gift, both for its citizens and its visitors: more ancient monuments, ruins, and artifacts than you could ever imagine. Go luxury camping in Burdur and discover ancient cities, like Sagalassos or Kibyra. Then go relax in a Turkish bath, pampering tired bodies after a long, but fascinating day of sightseeing. Glamping in Burdur in southwestern Turkey will also give visitors to the area a taste of non-city life and time to explore Lake Burdur, one of the deepest lakes in Turkey, and Insuyu Cave, which is the second largest cave in the world and contains nine lakes of its own.