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Turkey is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Holidays in Turkey combine rich historical and archaeological sites, beautifully diverse landscapes, and a modern tourist infrastructure. Turkey enjoys a unique geographical position – where the three continents of the old world, (Asia, Africa and Europe) are closest. Known as ‘the cradle of civilization’, Turkey’s history spans across the Hittites, Persians, Romans, Byzantines, Greeks and Ottomans. Ancient cities are scattered with an abundance of religious shrines, monuments, tombs and ruins.

Turkey is surrounded by sea on three sides and boasts a beautifully diverse landscape. Its pine-clad mountains, 300 natural lakes, and maze of winding rivers offer action-packed holidays, perfect for skiers, climbers, water sports-enthusiasts, hikers and bikers. The country’s rectangular-shaped coast spans over 5000 miles in length and is lined with beautiful golden-sand beaches, hidden coves, turquoise waters and pretty harbours.

Holidays in Turkey offer a wide range of accommodation to suit all budgets, including all-inclusive complexes, small family-run hotels, and luxury apartment buildings. The development of both summer and winter resorts has secured the country’s year-round appeal: Turkey’s long summers, between April and October, attract thousands of sun worshippers to its stretch of sandy beaches; and during the winter, the Anatolian Mountains in the north and Taurus Mountains in the south experience snow cover for six months of the year – perfect for skiers.

The embodiment of West meeting East, Turkey’s seemingly conflicting ideologies somehow combine to create a unique destination filled with history, culture and sunshine. Wherever you go in Turkey you’ll feel the heritage of one of the most historically contested lands on the planet. This past has contributed to a famed passion amongst the locals, who are as hospitable as they come. Bordered by four seas and eight countries, Turkey holidays are some of the most diverse on the planet but all promise the same thing, sunshine, with the resorts of Antalya and Altinkum perfect for all inclusive holidays. Relics of fallen empires, legendary culture and perpetual warmth, is it any wonder that cheap Turkey holidays are so popular?

4* Bodrum, Turkey Escape: All Inclusive Hotel & Flights | Wowcher

from Original price was: £736.Current price is: £349. pp

4* Istanbul, Turkey City Break: Hotel & Flights | Wowcher

from Original price was: £185.Current price is: £119. pp

4* Turkey All-Inclusive Beach Holiday – Konakli Hotel & Flights | Wowcher

from Original price was: £463.Current price is: £179. pp

Language

Turkish

Currency

Turkish Lira

Time Difference

+ 3 Hours

Flying Time

4 hours

Price for Beer

12 TL

3 Course Meal

35 TL

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Oludeniz

Hosting what is arguably the most photographed and definitely one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Oludeniz (meaning Dead Sea) is a small resort in the Fethiye district on the Turkish South West Coast. If you aren’t sold by the spectacular beach and glorious weather, then how about discovering some Turkey attractions like the natural beauty of the Kelebek Vasidi (Butterfly Valley) or taking it all in paragliding off Babadag Mountain.

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Topkapi Palace

The Ottoman Sultans’ primary residence for 400 of their 624-year reign, Topkapi Palace has enough stories to fill a book and is culturally significant enough to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At over 7,500,000 sq ft, the palace sits imposingly at the side of the Bosphorus and contains historical collections of robes, weapons, murals, treasures, jewellery and important holy relics of the Muslim world, such as Prophet Muhammed’s cloak and sword.

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Grand Bazaar

The Bosphorus has historically been the divide between Europe and Asia, and as such a cruise along the river offers incredible views of Istanbul and its incredible melting pot of cultures. You’ll see palaces, mosques, fortresses and mansions as you drift down the Eurasian boundary.

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Cruise the Bosphorus

The Bosphorus has historically been the divide between Europe and Asia, and as such a cruise along the river offers incredible views of Istanbul and its incredible melting pot of cultures. You’ll see palaces, mosques, fortresses and mansions as you drift down the Eurasian boundary.

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Bodrum Castle

Formerly known as the Castle of St. Peter, Bodrum Castle was built in the 15th Century by The Crusaders and is a pinnacle attraction in Bodrum. Sitting beside the Aegean Sea, the views from the top of the castle really are something to behold while the highly-rated Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology is located within the castle grounds and houses several collections of ancient artefacts, including relics from shipwrecks.