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Much of Fethiye’s ability to gain admiration stems from its diversity. Accommodating both budget and luxury travelers, a wealth of activities means every day is a Turkish adventure into a Mediterranean hotspot

the colourful houses of Istanbul add another dimension to the city. For independent travellers who get off the beaten track to explore local neighbourhoods, they are just as important as the well-known landmark buildings of the touristic Sultanahmet district. Among today’s Instagram fans, they are a must add to your travel photography portfolio.

If you ask us if you should visit Antalya in winter, our answer is a firm yes. While the smaller coastal resorts scale down from November to April, life in the city centre still carries on.

Knowing when the best time to visit Turkey is, depends on where you plan to go and what you want to do because the country has seven different climate zones.

Anyone looking to explore historical places in Antalya will be surprised with its vast range of ancient ruins and old landmarks. Sitting on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, the region covers a large area from Gazipasa in the east to Kas and Kalkan in the west. All these areas boast of places that attract curious holidaymakers from near and far.

As a peninsula, beach holidays are the number one priority for holidaymakers and Bodrum always delivers but gives more than just a stretch of sand. You can choose from hundreds of long beaches and small hidden coves but for help to decide where to go, here are our favourites.

Touring the Bosphorus landmarks and attractions not only enlightens you more about the history but also gives an insight into small villages, their culture, traditions, and day-to-day life

Hosting 12.4 million tourists in 2018, Mastercard ranked Antalya the world’s tenth most visited city, making more nationalities arrive to find out what all the hype is about. Also nicknamed Turkey’s citrus capital, alongside tourism, the region specialises in yacht production and has plans for a new marina, cruise ship port and suggestions of a film studio.

As the world’s 37th largest country, Turkey presents many places to visit. From the Kackar mountains rolling plateaux to the southern coast’s sandy beaches, it would take a lifetime to explore them all. So, in this article, we present the most popular places as ranked by visitor stats.

Although the name Bodrum refers to the main town centre, it is also the name of the larger peninsula containing many more quaint seaside resorts and places of interest. Hence, anyone planning a visit is certain to find a destination suiting their idea of a perfect holiday.

If you need good reasons to visit Bodrum, here is an overwhelming list. As one of Turkey’s top tourist destinations, the reputation of the large peninsula covering a significant part of the Aegean coast precedes it.

Covering the northern European tip, foreign travel publications rarely talk about the Sariyer area of Istanbul, yet for Turks, this Bosphorus gem is their favourite summer and weekend getaway.

Anyone looking at destinations in Turkey for a family friendly, solo, couple or group holiday will be delighted with the choice. As the 37th largest country, vast landscapes include thousands of towns, village, cities, and coastal seaside resorts hosting tourists from all over the world.

The vast range of Kalkan day trips sold throughout summer ensures anyone on holiday sees the best of Mediterranean Turkey. From historical ruins to relaxing sailing to cultural experiences, no matter what your preferences, there are many things to do.

Urban travel is excellent fun, but visiting villages in Turkey is to explore a different lifestyle. Some of the small communities are stuck in time, others earned claim to fame for a specific reason, while most never feature in any travel guides and are off the beaten track.

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