Turkey is a large country three times the size of the entire United Kingdom, yet every one of Turkey’s most popular holiday resorts lie in a 300 mile arc stretching from Izmir on the Aegean west coast to Antalya on the Mediterranean.
Here you will find fabulous towns like Bodrum, Marmaris and Kalkan. Once small fishing villages, they have spread out from their original harbours to become sophisticated holiday resorts with hotels ranging from luxury five star establishments with every conceivable facility, to delightfully simple 1 and 2 star properties run by the owners and providing amazing value for money along with a very warm welcome.
Each of the region’s resort areas has its own character. Bodrum’s buildings are no more that two storeys high, all of them whitewashed and spotted with bougainvillaea and olive trees, whilst lively Marmaris lies along a huge bay enclosed by pine covered mountains.
Olu Deniz (translated as ‘Dead Sea’), is a beautiful lagoon edged with soft sandy beaches that’s a favourite picnic spot for tourists and locals alike, backed by pine covered hills where you will find the village resorts of Hisaronu and Ovacik.
Different again is Icmeler a modern resort that has been developed to a grand design with wonderful public gardens and open spaces.
And then there is romantic Dalyan, a fishing village by a river, a few minutes by water taxi from a stunning beach where blue waves play against golden sands.
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