Turkey Destinations

Antalya
Antalya
A glamorous city, located on southern stretch of coast known as the 'Turkish Riviera', Antalya has much to recommend itself to the discerning traveller. Dramatic landscapes form its backdrop, with plenty of mountains and cliffs to explore in the surrounding region.
Belek
Belek
A holiday in Belek offers a unique flavour. The resort is home to some amazing historical sights such as the 2,000 year old Aspendos amphitheatre, which still hosts open air ballet and opera festivals. You will also find the Roman ruins of Perge, some of the best preserved archaeological sites in Turkey.
Bodrum
Bodrum
Given Bodrum’s unabated popularity, it comes as a surprise to find many parts of the peninsula are almost untouched by tourism and the coastline reveals several unspoilt backwaters providing hidden bays and coves with aquamarine waters. It’s also home to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus.
Fethiye
Fethiye
Known as ‘a paradise that God granted to Earth”, there is plenty of see in Fethiye including the ancient Lycian rock tombs, carved amazingly into the cliff face. The pretty marina offers a picture-perfect setting for a spot of lunch and here you can see traditional wooden gullets alongside small fishing boats and modern motor cruisers.
Istanbul
Istanbul
The magical city of Istanbul is an intoxicating mix of tradition and modernity: ancient Ottoman mosques beside shiny skyscrapers. It is also known as the gateway between continents, and you'll find plenty of European and Asian influences in everything from cuisine to architecture.
Marmaris
Marmaris
Marmaris boasts long summers with good weather almost guaranteed between May and late October. The area offers beautiful coastal vistas, delicious cuisine and fantastic local wines. Set against a backdrop of pine clad mountains, offering scenic drives to charming hillside villages and ancient ruins.
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