Visit Turkey

Sandy bay in TurkeyA beach vacation or city vacation during the summer in Turkey will delight all of your sensations. The flavours of delectable baklava and kebab will have your taste buds tingling. The Mediterranean sun will warm your soul while you are visiting some of the beautiful coastal resorts. You will unwind as waves crash upon the stones along the shoreline. The many spas found in Turkey will restore your body, soul, and mind with their refreshing rituals.

Turkey is a land filled with breathtaking scenery, ancient history, and a vibrant culture. The food is delicious and will make your holiday most enjoyable. Whether you are exploring the ancient cities or spending the day relaxing on one of Turkey’s golden beaches, this eastern gem will fill you with enchanting and unforgettable memories. The historic wonders listed on your resort map will show you the location of ancient amphitheatres and Byzantine churches.

When you stay at the modern beach resorts around Turkey, you will experience sunny days along Turkey’s striking coast. Following a long time at the beach, visit a local family-run restaurant to experience the true tastes of Turkey. After the sun sets, visit a local night club and listen to live music as you rock the night away. If you prefer a laid back holiday, why not stay along a tranquil bay? For those who love history, visit an ancient town and discover hidden treasures.

The Turquoise Coast

The Turquoise Coast, located along the western area of Turkey is a popular holiday destination. This area is part of the Aegean Coast and is home to a number of cosmopolitan beach resorts, such as Bodrum, Antalya, Kusadasi and Marmaris. You will find hundreds of self-catering apartments, budget-friendly villas, bed & breakfasts and five-star hotels as glamourous as the Saint George Palace Corfu featuring infinity pools and more.

The Turquoise Coast has something for everyone. Whether you want to soak up the sun on the beautiful sandy beaches, take a dip in the emerald waters or explore the lush forests, this location is perfect! Families, singles and honeymooners alike enjoy visiting this area. If you are coming to enjoy the sun, you should visit between late May and September when it is dry, sunny and hot. The sea temperatures during this time reach 30 degrees Celsius; however, you can still enjoy the water until mid-November because the water temperature stays above 20 degrees.

Turkey’s Unique Cultural Attractions

If you want to know what attractions to visit, check out your Turkey resort map to find the location of Bodrum Castle. This 15th-century landmark is home to the Museum of Underwater Archaeology, where you will be able to see exhibits of ancient shipwrecks and a large glass exhibition.

Visiting Istanbul, the capital of Turkey, allows you to discover Turkey’s fascinating history. The capital is located in the northern area of the Aegean Coast and is a must-see. Here, you will be able to discover many cultural places, including the Grand Bazaar where you can try haggling, the Basilica Cistern and Hagia Sophia. Ephesus, located past the capital, is a very historical and ancient city. Another place to visit is Konya with its picturesque tea gardens that give you a glimpse into Turkey’s rich past.

Natural Attractions

The lagoon of Ölüdeniz is one natural attraction you don’t want to miss. It is so beautiful and popular that it is often used on postcards and brochures. The sandy beaches and crystal clear emerald waters attract visitors from all around the world. You can beat the crowds by arriving early or visiting in the spring or in the autumn.

The Düden Waterfalls in the Antalya area should not be missed. The lower parts of the waterfalls flow directly into the Mediterranean Sea.

Food and Drink in Turkey

After exploring the cities or spending a day at the beach, make sure that you check out some of Turkey’s most popular delicacies. Enjoy a traditional meal featuring fresh mezze, chargrilled lamb, aubergine dips and cheesy pastries before visiting a local club to sample local beers and liquors. And remember to check out why Turkish tea and coffee is loved around the world!