Turkey has grown in popularity in recent years. Many prefer it, as it is outwith the euro zone and the UK pound goes further compared with other Mediterranean destination_blogs. There are many seaside areas to choose from, including the Turkish Riviera (Antalya and Mediterranean Coast), Bodrum and Aegean Coast, and Dalaman and Turquoise Coast.
Turkey has a good mix of accommodation available, including some of the best 5-star resorts in quieter locations, both beach and inland, offering peace and tranquility as well as the best Turkish hospitality. The country is well served from all UK airports and private transfers can easily be arranged.
There are small privately owned properties available which are hidden away in forests not far from the sea, or larger hotels with many facilities at the water’s edge. Many of the properties have their own spas and are competitively priced.
Why not explore the Turkish coastline aboard a deluxe Gulet, and enjoy sophisticated luxury with exclusive hire. Many clients opt to cruise for one week and stay on land the second.
Ephesus, one of the most fascinating historical sites, can most easily be visited from the Kusadasi beach areas. Taxis are readily available and drivers may also offer to take visitors to the supposed house of the Virgin Mary.
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