Lake Salda is one of the natural wonders of Turkey. It's a saline crater lake in Burdur, one of the provinces of the country's official Mediterranean region. The lake covers an area of about 44 square km or around 17 square mi. With a maximum depth of just under 200 meters (around 650 ft.), it's one of the country's deepest lakes. Lake Salda is generally regarded as being part of Turkish Lakes Region, although its volcanic origin differs from that of the other lakes in the region. Check it out from above in this drone video by Drone Adam.