The blazes have been raging for six days as Turkey grapples with its worst fire crisis in a decade.
On Monday Turkish authorities said more than 130 blazes had been contained as firefighting efforts continued.
Elsewhere, firefighters are trying to contain wildfires in parts of Greece, Spain and Italy.
Italy’s national fire service said it had to deal with more than 1,500 flare-ups across the country on Sunday.
In the eastern city of Pescara, at least five people were injured after a fire forced the evacuation of hundreds from beach resorts and homes.