If you think about Turkey as a holiday destination, prepare for a blissful scenery and guaranteed sunshine – and whether your preferences are fine dining, dancing until dawn or discovering the glories of the ancient world, there is a resort that is ideal for you. Also, while you are enjoying the holiday, you can search for your ideal real estate to live or invest in Turkey.
Now, discover the best places for a holiday in Turkey.
Best for Beach Admirer: Ölüdeniz
It’s hard to picture a more pastoral scene than the Blue Lagoon at Ölüdeniz (90 minutes to Dalaman Airport) and it would be tempting to spend your whole holiday here. But since there are so many other inviting bays close by and easy to Access it would be a shame to spend all your time in one place. Water-taxi services run from the town beach to the stunning canyon of Butterfly Valley, and to Paradise Beach where the fragrance of pine hangs heavy in the air.
Best for Nightlife: Gümbet
When it comes to nightlife, Gümbet is not in the shadow of its close neighbor, Bodrum - Located along the beachfront, they are perfect for an early evening drink in a laid-back surrounding before the party moves toward the neon lights of Gümbet Streets.
Try Golf: Belek
With its 16 km golden beach, luxurious hotels and less than 30 minutes away to Antalya Airport, Belek is a sound bet for a “fly and flop” holiday, and even the best for an activity break. You can discover the rough terrain of the Taurus mountains on a buggy or Jeep safari, or challenge the rapids of Köprülü Canyon on a rafting tour. Belek also is Turkey’s best golf destination, with a lot of courses to try.
Best for Culture Lovers: Bodrum
Bodrum is an attractive mix of ancient history and modern culture: Both an elegant resort town and a place where you will see traditional whitewashed homes, blue-spired minarets and wooden gulet yachts moored in the harbor. The 15th-century castle is home to the Underwater Archaeology Museum, with treasures from Aegean shipwrecks. Bodrum is just 30 minutes away from its own airport.
Inspirational and Picturesque: Trabzon
Trabzon, Turkey's green and exciting Black Sea city, draws more attention by the day with its historical and natural beauties. Thousands of tourists go to Trabzon to purchase a house or spend a couple of weeks relaxing. Located on the historic Silk Road, the city has been a melting pot of languages, religions, and cultures for centuries. It played a significant role in history due to its harbor and vital location on the legendary Silk Road.
Ski Resorts and Mount Uludağ: Bursa
The Mount Uludağ ski resort that is in the Bursa province and Marmara region of Turkey has become a premier attraction and is now part of the Uludağ National Park. A lot of tourists are highly surprised to find the opportunity to enjoy winter skiing in Bursa as if they are inside the city.
Last Updated: 1/19/2019 10:52:27 AM