Tranquil turquoise waters, incredible white sand beaches and sizzling Turkish sunshine. What more could you ask for from your next beach break? Dive right in and discover the colourful Turkish culture that awaits on the glorious shores of these breathtaking Aegean Seas. Get your slice of Turkish sunshine and explore the endless possibilities of this picture-perfect paradise.

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  • Why Holiday in Turkey?

    From relaxing couples retreats to fabulous family holidays and extravagant All Inclusive escapes, Turkey’s different resorts make it a great choice for all kinds of getaways. Located at the foot of the Taurus Mountains, a trip to Antalya promises incredible picturesque that set the scene for a truly relaxing escape. Catch some rays from the beautiful bay or opt for a stroll along the Manavgat Waterfall, you can guarantee peace and tranquillity from this picture-perfect resort.

    If you’re looking for something a little more lively, discover the charming city of Bodrum. Explore the thriving nightlife scene and bustling bazaars, where you can discover different decorative fabrics and handmade pottery items. For utter relaxation, choose Belek. There is still an almost untouched feel to the secluded coastline in this region, with plenty of isolated coves, lush mountains and traditional villages to explore.

    Beautiful beaches, thrilling sporting activities, mesmerising historical attractions and magnificent Turkish cuisine are just some of the things that make this place extra special. Whatever you’re seeking from your Turkish escape, we’ve got the perfect break for you.

  • Beach Holidays in Turkey

    The Turkish coastline is the gift that keeps on giving, from scenic sandy coves with beautiful mountainous backdrops in Belek, to the tranquil turquoise seas and refreshing natural surroundings of Side there’s endless beauty to discover. So, whether you’re seeking a secluded snorkelling spot or you’re after a bustling bay where you can waste away the days, Turkey is sure to surprise you.

    Home to the famous Blue Lagoon, the popular Olu Deniz beach resort boasts an incredibly blue bay, with wondrous white sands, dreamy blue waters and gorgeous surrounding greenery. Wade into the shallow warm waters and enjoy a soothing dip or relax by the shores as the little ones safely splash away in the smooth waters.

    The paradise Bays of Bodrum are a real hit with the tourists! There’s no short of watersports here, whether you love a spot of water-skiing, you’re a scuba diving super fan or simply fancy trying something new you’re sure to find something here for you. Spend long days soaking up the sunshine and cool off with an ice-cold drink from the selection of beachside bars or end the day with a dinner at one of the local seafront restaurants. One things for sure, you’ll never want to leave this Aegean paradise.

  • Food and Drink in Turkey

    Sizzling grilled kebabs, delicious Turkish meatballs and sensational seafood eats, the Turkish are certainly passionate about their cuisine and you can guarantee a world of flavour will be waiting to greet you upon these sunny shores. Vibrant and fiery flavourings are found in the nations delicious hanging kebabs, from meat feasts to vegetable delights these chargrilled treats are enough to get your taste buds tingling. If you’re a seafood lover, be sure to check out the city of Antalya. You’ll find an excellent selection of fresh fish across the restaurants of the Old Harbour, which also boasts breathtaking Aegean Sea views, making it the perfect spot for an extra special dinner as the sun sets.

    Why not top it off with a traditional Turkish desert? From the well-loved pastry-style Baklava sweet to the world-famous Turkish delight and the locals favourite fruity chickpea-based pudding - Asure, there’s no short of delicious sweet treats to discover whilst you’re here.

  • Visiting Turkey

    Take a trip in time and discover Turkey’s truly fascinating history, you’ll find incredible archaeological sites to explore almost everywhere. The city of Antalya is a great choice for sightseeing, here you’ll find the magnificent Hadrian’s gate, the fascinating ancient city of Perge and the Ternessos amphitheatre.

    For all you adrenaline junkies out there, Turkey offers plenty of exciting outdoor adventures too. As well as beach-based watersports, you can also enjoy thrilling white water rafting through the vast canyons of the Dalaman River or take to the skies and paraglide over the picture-perfect Olu Deniz beach and blue lagoon. Golf fanatics are also in luck, as there is a myriad of fantastic golf courses to choose from, particularly in Belek, where you’ll find some of the most prestigious golf courses in the world.

    But if you’re simply seeking a spot of rest and rejuvenation, you’ve come to the right place. The home of the Turkish bath has plenty of rejuvenating activities to indulge in, bathe in healing thermal springs, discover incredible five-star spa hotels and treat yourself to a traditional Turkish massage. There’s no better place to find peace and restoration on your holiday.

  • Useful info for visiting Turkey

    Flights to Turkey typically take four and a half hours from the UK. The local language is Turkish, however, you’ll find plenty of people speaking English in the tourist beach resorts. Be sure to change your pounds to Turkish Lira before you go. If you are a dual national or non-British national, please contact the Turkish Embassy for advice on entry requirements before you travel. Please note that all passports must have 6 months validity from the return date of travel, two clear pages inside, and a valid return ticket. From March 2nd 2020 British travelers will not be required to obtain a visa to travel to Turkey. If you're planning to visit Turkey before the 2nd March you will still need to buy a visa, which can be obtained through the Turkish Government website. More information is available here.

  • Is Turkey safe?

    The large majority of trips to Turkey each year are trouble free for holidaymakers. Turkey’s gorgeous beach resorts are located hundreds of miles from the country’s problem areas. So the government have advised it’s safe for British tourists to enjoy holidaying in these areas, and with tranquil beaches this good - you can kick your feet up here for some stress-free time in the sunshine!

Weather in Turkey

29°C - 32°C
Jun - Aug
Hottest Months
Jan 13°C
Feb 14°C
Mar 16°C
Apr 20°C
May 25°C
Jun 29°C
Jul 32°C
Aug 32°C
Sep 29°C
Oct 24°C
Nov 19°C
Dec 15°C

Destinations in Turkey

Antalya Region View Antalya Region for your next holiday

The beach resorts of the Antalya region run alongside the eastern stretch of the Turquoise Coast, also known as the Turkish Riviera and boast a scenic backdrop provided by the Taurus Mountains.

Bodrum Region View Bodrum Region for your next holiday

The Bodrum region primarily comprises the naturally scenic Bodrum Peninsular, known for its tangerine and olive groves, which is surrounded by beaches and coves, lapped by the blue waters of the Aegean Sea.

Dalaman Region View Dalaman Region for your next holiday

The Dalaman region runs along the western end of the Turquoise Coast, from Kalkan to Turunc, including the beautiful bay of Marmaris, the lively and traditional town of Fethiye and the ever popular beach resort of Olu Deniz, famed for it's scenic Blue Lagoon.

Kusadasi Region View Kusadasi Region for your next holiday

Golden-sand beaches, historic temple ruins and 300 days of sunshine a year – what is there not to love about beautiful Kusadasi? Whether you feel like spending your holidays soaking up the Turkish sun, exploring the rich culture or simply eating your way through the region, Kusadasi is a Turkish holiday destination offering something for everyone.

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