Experience the warmth of Turkish sunshine and hospitality this summer. As well as being a great destination for relaxing beach holidays and delicious cuisine, Turkey also offers so much more: From cultural wonders and every kind of sport and adventure, to incredible natural landscapes and some of the world's most important ancient monuments.
Enjoy a break in one of the seaside resorts of Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman or Izmir, or take off to the magical scenery of Cappadocia, a cultural city break in Istanbul or adventures in the lush green nature of Trabzon. Book your trip now to discover your Turkey and enjoy a long-awaited getaway that’s soaked in sunshine.
Whether you prefer the calm waters of the Aegean Sea, the warmth of the Mediterranean or the wild waves of the Black Sea, the historical richness of the southeast or the pristine nature of the Black Sea region, a Turkey holiday will make your dream come true.
Turkey’s beauty is present throughout the year: In the summer, the coastline, including Marmaris, Bodrum, Antalya, Fethiye and İzmir, offer warm seas and sunny days.
Bodrum is one of the rare cities that has everything. The city is an exciting destination with its gorgeous beaches, top-notch hotels and a vibrant nightlife. Bodrum was also home to many civilizations that left their marks; which are casually blended in its unique atmosphere.Read More
Dalaman is a city where summer tourism is developed and has beautiful beaches and bays. There are also many ancient city ruins and historical buildings in Dalaman, where ancient civilizations have left their mark.Read More
Antalya is a very touristic city with its beautiful towns. You might like to visit Alanya, Side, Kemer, Olympos, Cirali, Adrasan, Demre, and Kas. Each of these towns has its beauties in terms of its nature and history.Read More
Turkey is famous for its marine attractions. While the Black Sea waters offer seasonal swimming, the Aegean and the Mediterranean seas are accessible throughout the year. Resorts in the regions feature crystal waters, intriguing cuisine and exciting nightlife – and that’s just the beginning…
Ölüdeniz is a neighborhood located in Fethiye district of Muğla. Especially in summer, millions of tourists visit Ölüdeniz in order to have a magnificent holiday. Despite the fact that Ölüdeniz has 5,000 population, most of them are retired people, it welcomes millions during the season.Read More
Pamukkale has been the health and healing center for more than two thousand years. And today, it also is one of the most historical places in the region with its amazing historical background.Read More
Cappadocia provides its visitors with an irreplaceable memory for a lifetime. Here, in Cappadocia, you can find whatever you want from a holiday away from the crowd, in such a peaceful but also interesting atmosphere.Read More
Even though people visit Ephesus Ancient City mostly in summer, it welcomes guests from all around the world in every season. When you visit Ephesus Ancient City, you will have a chance to discover places where the humankind developed.Read More
The name of Halfeti, also known as Rumkale, is believed to come from a story of immortal love. Rumor has it that two young people, Halil and Fatma, who love each other want to marry but their families don't allow them to be together. Thereupon, Halil and Fatma held hands and left themselves in the raging waters of the Euphrates.Read More
Let’s take a closer look at this historical site called the ‘’zero point of human history’’ and ‘’The place where civilization was born’’, and open the mysterious gates of history.Read More
Historic Istanbul, or also known as “the Historical Peninsula” has been the center of the Ottoman Empire. Today, it is the most popular place among tourists with the glorious Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia Museum, Topkapi Palace, and The Grand Bazaar.
With visiting the historical peninsula, you can see the footsteps of some of those great empires.Read More
It is not over yet
A Turkey holiday includes natural beauty, historic sites and hospitable people – all available at an affordable price.
A vast range of accommodations include resorts, serviced apartments, villas, hotels, hostels, guest houses, bungalows and camping areas; all with affordable prices and superb prices. From major metropolises to the tiniest villages, hotels in Turkey will fit both your requirements and your budget!
Turkish tourism covers an incredibly wide spectrum: from the Mediterranean coastline to the Aegean seaside; from historic sites to natural beauty throughout the country. As such, it is suitable for both cultural and leisure holidays.
It depends on the individual traveller: if you’re looking for a beach holiday, start in Bodrum, Fethiye or Antalya; for more emphasis on history, start in Istanbul. If you want to know more about Turkey’s rich ethnic culture, you can begin your trip in Turkey’s southeast region.
There are two types of holidays in Turkey: official and religious. Like most of the world, New Year’s Day (January 1) is a holiday.
Official Holidays in Turkey: April 23, National Sovereignty and Children's Day; May 1 International Worker’s Day; May 19 The Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day; July 15, Democracy and National Unity Day; August 30, Victory Day; and October 29, Republic Day.
Religious Holidays in Turkey: Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha (The dates change every year.)
Eid al-Adha is a four-day Islamic religious celebration, including consecration for Allah in Turkey, as it is throughout the Muslim world. Muslims slaughter cattle, sheep and goats, and distribute the meats to family, neighbours, and those in need.
Eid al-Fitr is celebrated for three days in Turkey, as it is throughout the Islamic world, to commemorate the end of the month-long Ramadan fast.
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