Turkey holidays offer you a mixture of beautiful scenery, gorgeous coastlines and beaches, hidden coves, stunning mountains and fascinating ancient sites and ruins.
The Turkey holiday season starts in the early spring and runs through until late autumn, when the temperature can rise from the early twenties through to the mid-thirties, at the height of summer.
Turkey is surrounded by sea on 3 sides; to the west is the Aegean Sea, the Black Sea to the north and the Mediterranean in the south. With over 5000 miles of coastline to choose from it`s no wonder Turkey holidays are so popular, with tourists returning year after year.
The 4 main airports to fly into on a Turkey holiday are Antalya, known as the Turkish Riviera, Dalaman, which is Western Turkey, Bodrum, called the Aegean Coast and Izmir for Northern Turkey.
Water sports and land activities are very popular on a Turkey holiday, whilst eating out is an absolute delight and great value for money. Some of the delicious local foods you should sample on a Turkey holiday include succulent kebabs, meze dishes, tasty lamb and filo pastry with cheese.
Popular Turkey holiday resorts include Marmaris, Gumbet, Altinkum, Icmeler, Olu Deniz, Ovacik, Turunc and Side. These are just a few of the many resorts that we at Bookable Holidays have great deals to.
Ideal for Couples
Turkey holidays offer a wide range of resorts and villages that are popular with couples, such as Side, with it`s spectacular ruins and long golden beaches, Bitez for a friendly relaxed atmosphere and Olu Deniz, where you will find some of the best beaches in Turkey..
Great for Families
The coastline of Turkey boasts plenty of stunning beaches and excellent resorts, suitable for family holidays, including the lively Kusadasi with 3 water parks close by and Altinkum for a host of great activities..
If you are looking for nightclubs, pubs, discos and bars where you can let your hair down and dance the night away then check out Bodrum, the nightlife capital of Turkey, the cosmopolitan resort of Kusadasi, or Gumbet and Marmaris which are steadily growing on the nightlife front..
The coastline of Turkey is filled with great beaches, from the Aegean coast to west Turkey and the Turkish Riviera..
Turkey holidays cater for mast tastes when it comes to eating, with most restaurants and hotels serving local and international cuisine. Turkish specialities include `Pide` (Turkish pizza), succulent lamb kebabs, fish dishes and plenty of fruit and vegetables..
The shops and markets around Turkey are excellent for picking up some great cheap holiday souvenirs, such as Turkish rugs, leather wares, jewellery, pottery and sandals..
Young & Lively
Icmeler, Gumbet, Marmaris, Kusadasi and particularly Bodrum are all very popular when it comes to lively nightlife on a Turkey holiday..
Try the picturesque coastal village of Torba with it`s pretty mountain backdrop or Fethiye to stroll around the labyrinth of back streets..