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Experience a blend of history and culture when holidaying in Morocco. Filled to the brim with wonderful beaches and traditional souks, Morocco is an exciting holiday destination.

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Packed with stunning beaches, a rich history and mesmerising culture, Morocco is a diverse and vibrant holiday destination. Experience Moroccan customs in the likes of Marrakech, shop for souvenirs and wares at the many traditional souks or laze away the days on the white sands of Agadir. Ancient beliefs, bustling cities and North African sunshine blend perfectly to create an exciting and exceptional country.

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The Spanish Coast offers something for every type of holiday adventure

Offering so much to see and do, coastal resorts offer hotels from which you can explore inland villages and traditional towns to vibrant Spanish cities. Sun-kissed and dry with glittering blue seas and golden beaches; Spain has long been a legendary holiday destination. Whether you’re looking for a late break in a relaxing resort, fun-filled adventure in a lively Spanish town or a family holiday with something for everyone; QuickRooms.com can find you the perfect place to stay.

From bustling beach resorts to quaint coastal towns, the Spanish Coast can satisfy every holiday pleasure. Enjoy the golden beaches of Costa Blanca, the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Costa Del Sol or the lively bars and nightlife of Costa Brava.



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HOTELS AND ACCOMMODATION IN TURKEY

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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