Known as the Land of the Crescent Moon, Turkey is enriched with phenomenal architecture alongside stunning views and sandy beaches. The friendly natives spread a warm welcome and Turkey is the perfect destination for laid-back guests and active visitors with plenty to do and picturesque spots to relax in.

Destinations in Turkey


Once viewed as just a gate way to the Turkish Riviera, Antalya is now the most upmarket region in Turkey. The largest city in the western Mediterranean coastline, the stunning city is surrounded a Roman-era harbour with some of the most incredible views.



Known as the Turquoise Coast, the stunning bright blue water and crystal white sand beaches make Dalaman a stunning holiday destination.



Fethiye is located on the Turquoise Coast, and it’s known for the natural harbour and numerous rock tombs. Surrounded by golden sand, forested mountains and a bright blue ocean, Fethiye has a lot to offer for all visitors.



The place where the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean Sea, Marmaris is one of the liveliest resorts in Turkey. Home to one of the largest natural harbours in the world, the city is the definition of a fun filled holiday.


A Little More About Turkey

Well worth a visit is the Hagia Sophia, considered one of the greatest structures in the world. The cultural gem Hagia Sophia, now turned museum shares religious and cultural history of the country. If shopping is more your thing, the unmissable Grand Bazaar is one of the oldest and largest spice markets and dates back to 1455.

The vibrant nightlife and pretty towns and villages in Turkey will leave guests entertained and full with the amazing selection of food. There are a variety of restaurants, from the more sophisticated all the way to amazing street food that is cooked there and then with the freshest of ingredients. For the livelier visitors, clubs and bars are open late.

Take a ride on the hot air balloons and walk on the cobblestone roads in Cappadocia or spend your day relaxing in the sun in the natural thermal pools in the city of Pamukkale, is also known as the “Cotton Castle” due to the snowy look. Visitors can enjoy fresh baklava and Turkish tea or coffee under the famous Galata Bridge. If the beach is your preferred taste, Bodrum, Marmaris, Dalaman and Alanya offer some of the best beaches in the country.


Turkey has a Mediterranean climate, with hot dry summers and mild winters. The hottest months are July and August when temperatures are consistently high (26-35C) during the winter months the average daytime temperature is 14C.

Temperatures (°C)

Flight Information

Flight is approximately 4 hours and 5 minutes.


Turkish Lira (LT)



Time Difference

GMT +3

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