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Bodrum with its mix of old and new has a long and interesting history as well as boasting arguably the best nightlife in Turkey.

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Check out our hotels for a room only or fully catered accommodation and discover all that Bodrum has to offer. The town of Bodrum sits on the ancient ruins of Halicarnassus in the south west of Turkey. Here the town is protected from the sea by its twin harbours which serve the many yachts and charter boats that cruise the Aegean Sea. With the best nightlife in Turkey this ancient wander offers more than just history. No matter if you come on a room only or fully catered trip, a trip to Turkey will deliver.

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Holidays, All Inclusive & Hotels in Alanya Turkey 2015 & 2016

The popular resort of Alanya is at one end of a rocky promontory which points out into the Mediterranean between two sandy beaches. Cheap hotels in Alanya along with luxury hotels are plentiful.  A 13th century fortress sits on top of the headland. Within it’s outer walls are ruins of mosques and a covered bazaar. In the inner walls is a Byzantine church. Besides the impressive citadel, take a look at the dockyards and the octagonal Red Tower, which was originally used to guard the dock and has many historical items within it‘s walls. 

Running along the road to the harbour are interesting boutiques with handicrafts, clothes, leather, handbags,  jewellery and the local painted gourds. Go do some exploring and visit the Damlatas Cave with it’s rock formations, or maybe the Archaeological and Ethnographical Museum. Fancy a boat ride on the blue waters? Choice of three sea grottoes,  Fosforlu Magara with phosphorescent rocks, the Kizlar Magarasi where pirates kept their captives and the Asiklar Magarasi.

Night life is easy-going with an extensive choice of night-spots. There are lively bars to late-night discos, the rule is to set off for the harbour, where most of the best spots can be found and in the bazaar streets above you will find lots of fine bars and restaurants.

Maybe a bit further afield? Avsallar, about 25 km from Alanya to the west is a holiday resort with fine sandy beaches. If you travel east from Alanya towards Gazipasa you will discover brilliant beaches. Aytap, Syedra and Alanya Incekum are other places of interest close by. You can travel to these spots to enjoy the historic ruins, the inns of Serapsu and Alara, the fortress and many other remnants of previous civilizations. The Dim River valley is also a place of wonderful beauty.

Or perhaps you have come to Turkey to soak up the sun and enjoy long lazy days in the warm Mediterranean climate ?  The Alanya beaches are very popular among both locals and tourists because of the long stretches of sand and the warm waters of the Mediterranean. The beach itself is relatively secluded with clear waters, popular with swimmers and snorkelling opportunities. Or try wind-surfing and water skiing.

The beachfront is lined with various hotels and restaurants so you will have everything at hand.  All you have to do is choose a great spot, relax on the sunbed (pay when they come and ask) and enjoy!  Or maybe get yourself a cooling drink from the beach vendors….

The choice of accommodation is as wide as you could want from large high class luxury hotels to small family run accommodation and also self catering options. Plenty to choice from and in busy, night life areas or quiet backwaters of the town.
If you don’t want to go too far to that beach sun bed, look for one of the many hotels that are very close to the beach.

Alanya is a fine choice from Turkey’s many resorts and you will find it a friendly, attractive and comfortable modern destination, but with tradition and history enough to be interesting.

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Fethiye with its quiet atmosphere and laid back lifestyle is the perfect place to come and unwind.

Fethiye offers a choice of accommodation with a mix self catering, B&BS and hotels that will cater for your every need. Fethiye sits on the Mediterranean turquoise coast of Turkey, and is a small port town which has an old fashioned charm about it. Here the locals mix with tourists in the busy bazaar with the scents of herbs and spices filling the air. With nearby beaches, islands and bays this is an idyllic holiday spot.

A fortress sits on the hill above and would once have protected the city of Telmessos below. Carved into the rocks above Fethiye are the tombs which were built by the Lycians, with one tomb dating back to the 4th century BC. Beside the harbour the remains of a castle are still to be seen as is the Roman amphitheatre.

If you are looking for sea and sand, then the 10 minute trip to the small island of Sovalye is the place to go. With no vehicles this is the perfect place to come for a secluded break. Walk the length of the island along beaten tracks and find your own cove or white shingle beach. Swim or canoe through the crystal waters and look down over past settlements that have become entombed in their watery grave.

The winding narrow streets of the old town are home to shops and bars of all descriptions. Here you will find high end jewellers, shops selling lace and leather and stalls selling sweets. Mixed in with these are the many little bars and restaurants offering great local food and fresh coffee. Head down to the waterfront in early evening, sit back with a drink and watch as the sun sets turning the sea blood red.

Boasting high temperatures in the summer months a visit to the turquoise coast is great for sun worshippers. Lie back in a hammock by the beach or walk in the fir trees that cover the mountains behind. Speed down twisting single track trails on a mountain bike or take a gentle horse ride along the coast. Whatever you enjoy, Fethiye will be able to provide it for you.

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The bustling port of Kusadasi with its glorious sandy beaches and great water sports is a tourists dream.

With great beaches, friendly people and over 300 days of sunshine a year the seaside resort of Kusadasi in Turkey is always popular. Boasting a long history dating back to the Ottomans and the early 15th century this charming town is full of old and new. The narrow streets of the old slowly give way to wide shop lined avenues. Come here for your holiday in the sun on an all inclusive, half board or room only holiday.

Sitting on the old Silk Road, Kusadasi was once an important Port; here goods would have been loaded onto ships before they set sail for China and the Far East. Joined to the mainland by a narrow causeway, Pigeon Island has the ruins of a Byzantine castle. With ferries arriving and departing daily, there is always a steady influx of visitors to this charming resort. 

Kusadasi boasts glorious beaches right in the heart of the city; Ladies beach is good for swimming and is only a short dolmus ride out of town. With golden sands and warm turquoise waters this is the ideal place for a beach break. With plenty of watersports on offer from parasailing and jet-skiing to wind surfing and diving there is something for everyone.

If you can pull yourself away from the beaches and old town then there are plenty of daytrips to enjoy. For those interested in history and culture a trip to Ephesus will be highly rewarding. Boasting the ruins of the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven ancient wonders of the world and various other buildings like the Library of Celsus. Here take a trip back in time to the wanders of ancient Turkey and Gothic, Byzantine and Roman history.

In the summer months the Mediterranean climate of Kusadasi means the water is warm and the beaches are packed. The many cafes, bars and restaurants that line the waterfront serve everything from traditional Turkish food to international cuisine. Here watch the yachts and fishing boats as they jostle in the harbour. Enjoy a drink before sunset and watch as the sky and sea are bathed in the suns soft golden light.

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With forest clad hills contrasting against the deep blue sea and sky, Marmaris is a beautiful place.

Marmaris has accommodation to suit every budget, from budget hotels to all inclusive, and with the local currency favouring tourists there is no reason not to visit. Located in a natural bay in the warm azure blue waters of the Mediterranean, Marmaris is a popular tourist destination in Turkey. Here the gentle warm waters are perfect for parasailing, jet-skiing, scuba diving or just a quick swim.

With its prime Mediterranean location this bustling port is always busy with yachts, charter boats and cruise ships arriving and departing. With plenty of shops, bazaars and markets open everyday of the week, shopping is a popular option. Ceramics, carpets, jewellery and leather goods are all to be found as well as clothes from local designers, just remember to haggle.

Those seeking an adventure could go on a horse safari through the green clad forests or go on a jeep trip up to the mountain villages. As you travel through the forests and hills stop and enjoy a dip in the streams and waterfalls. Or jump into a raft and be whisked downstream on a white knuckle adventure. 

Pamukkale, known as Cotton Castle, because of the strange formations that have formed through the calcium carrying hot springs, is well worth a visit. Here the stalactites, lime formations and hot pools are on a grand scale. Any historians should head for Ephesus as it has the remains past civilisations. Here the Temple of Artemis once stood and the Library of Celsus has been lovingly restored.

Marmaris has a plethora of restaurants offering anything from fish and chips and pizza to local cuisine. Visit a lokanta, a Turkish restaurant, for the best of local food and enjoy the Dolmas and doner kebabs. Alternatively stop in a café for a real Turkish coffee or some of the Rika, aniseed flavoured alcohol, mixed with water.

Whatever you are after, a trip to Marmaris with its shopping, watersports, day trips and beaches is the perfect destination. Here the warm waters will wash away the stresses of life and make your holiday experience complete.

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Olu Deniz is an adrenaline junkies paradise, go skimming above the lagoon on a paraglider before gently landing on the white sands.

Local accommodation is excellent in Olu Deniz with B&B’s, hotels and guesthouses all catering to your needs. Olu Deniz with its turquoise blue and azure lagoon, white sands and surrounding hills is a stunningly pretty resort. The white beaches here adorn every postcard and brochure of Turkey, and rightly so. With plenty of water sports like water-skiing, windsurfing and scuba diving in the lagoon it is easy to see why Olu Deniz is so popular.

With its famed beach it is no wonder that people come from all over the world to paraglide over the tranquil blue waters and sun themselves on the white sandy beaches. Here the photos cannot compare to the actual beauty of the place itself. With its warm Mediterranean climate and waters you will never be disappointed.

For those wishing to leave the beaches behind them, there are plenty of day trips to be enjoyed. A boat trip to Butterfly valley is always popular with thousands of butterflies filling the valley during the summer months. A trip on the river to the Dalyan river marshes where you can relax in mud and sulphur pools is also a favourite among visitors.

The laid back atmosphere of Olu Deniz is carried on in its bars and restaurants. Here the emphasis is on relaxing and chilling rather than all out partying. With many beachfront restaurants and bars this is the perfect place for couples and families to spend time together. If you are looking for a more frantic way to spend the evening, head to the bars and clubs of Hisaronu. Here the music and drink flows thick and fast carrying revellers into the early hours of the morning.

The beachfront is lined with souvenir shops, but for those looking for the real bargains take a dolmus into nearby Hisaronu and the local markets. Not to be missed is the chance to unwind in a Turkish bath, which most hotels will offer. With its unique culture and wonderful cuisine Turkey is the ideal destination. Whether you come for the idyllic beaches, warm waters, friendly atmosphere or cheap prices, you will not want to leave.

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Hotels in Turkey offer everything from basic hostels to luxury five star resorts, offering anything from room only to all inclusive hotels.

Turkey undoubtedly gave us the complete holiday experience and whether your holiday is a well planned family event or a last minute search for the sun, Turkey has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in recent years as the climate, accommodation, restaurants and nightlife, satisfies individual and family requirements alike. The beautiful beaches and crystal blue sea offer the opportunity to enjoy the numerous water sport activities of swimming, sailing, snorklling , jet skiing and diving that are available to the energetic and adventurous or if you prefer simply relax in the warm sunshine. The whitewashed villages, the variety of architecture and history of the region are magnificent and nightlife abounds in the clubs and bars for those looking to party into the early hours.

The climate in the countries seven regions differ slightly dependent upon their proximity to mountain ranges but the coastal resorts of the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea enjoy practically rain free periods between May and October, with sea temperatures frequently around the mid 20`s Centigrade.

The Aegean coastline offers more than wonderful coastline and beaches but also popular towns and villages which include Izmir, Turkeys third largest city and the regions capital, the village of Assos with the Temple of Athena overlooking the Aegean, the lively resort of Bodrum, Kusadasi with its harbour and Datca bordering the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. The area also boasts many examples of magnificent architectural heritage including Ephasus one of the worlds` best examples of Roman influence and can be found just 3 km from Selcuk.

Mediterranean Turkey covers the southern coast partially with a backdrop of mountain ranges and inland areas to the wonderful beaches and shimmering sea, the larger towns of Adana and Antalya, an expanding destination that boasts some of the region`s liveliest nightlife, the coastal towns and villages of Kas, Mersin, Marmaris and Felthlye also prove very popular.

The Sea of Marmara to the north is considered by many to be the border between Asia and Europe, the region is a little cooler, and does experience some rainfall but is still a warm climate. Istanbul is now considered the capital of the region in which The Ottoman Empire originated over 700 years ago when Bursa was considered as its capital. The region also provides access to Gallipoli with its WW1 Memorial and the ruins of Troy.

The Black Sea region to the north offers a contrasting landscape of rocky coastline, forested mountain areas and arable farmland, the coastline while dramatic in parts is warm in the summer months but can also be more humid than the Aegean or Mediterranean coastlines.

As east meets west and as the different dynasties developed the influence of the Greeks, Roman and Byzantine periods, together with the rise of the Ottoman Empire can be identified not only in the architecture, but also in the variety of food available and the delicate use of spices in certain dishes. Combine this with the beautiful beaches, the flowers and fauna and Turkey offers couples and families alike the opportunity of a memorable holiday.

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