Regions in Turkey

On your luxury holiday to Turkey you could be soaking up the fascinating east-meets-west culture, luxuriating on the glorious Mediterranean coast or perhaps navigating the fairytale-like terrain in central Anatolia.

Bodrum delivers every time for a relaxing summer holiday, as does the dazzling Turquoise Coast with its pine forests, fisherman villages and pristine shores. However, Turkey has a lot more to offer on top of its stunning coastline. You can’t miss the ancient ruins at Ephesus near Sirince and of course, no holiday to Turkey would be complete without a visit to the magnetic Istanbul.

In Istanbul witness the extraordinary skyline of the Old Quarter which dazzles with silhouetted minarets, mosques, domes and palaces; wander labyrinthine cobbled alleys which thrive with frenzied bazaars and buzzing restaurants; and be enchanted by the daily call to prayer, which resonates through the city walls.
Once the stomping ground of bohemian artists and writers, the Bodrum Peninsula exudes elegance and charm - this could well be Turkey’s answer to the French Riviera. Swathed by vivid azure seas and carpeted in woodland, this is one of Turkey’s least spoilt coastlines, making a holiday to Bodrum an idyllic retreat from the bustle of other seaside tourist traps.
With a landscape as extraordinary as this, it’s safe to say that a holiday in Cappadocia will be an unforgettable one. For millennia caves have been carved from the soft rock here, providing homes for the locals for over 2,000 years and now hosting travellers to Turkey in search of an exciting luxury holiday.
Enrich your holiday in Turkey with a trip to the picturesque Sirince. Nestled in the verdant mountains of Turkey’s Izmir province, Sirince village is home to a small population of 600 inhabitants. Serpentine, cobbled lanes carve up this charming little town, comprised of pretty 19th century houses with identical terracotta roofs. 
Straddling the Aegean and Mediterranean seas, and interlaced with the Greek islands of Kos and Rhodes, is the Turquoise Coast in the south west of Turkey. The alluring turquoise waters gave this region surrounding Dalaman its nickname, as this is the image that defines this attractive part of Turkey. 
This delightful Turkish village, a stone’s throw from the sparkling shores of the Aegean, is a remarkably authentic spot where local culture flourishes. Despite the fact that Alaçati is beginning to get noticed by international visitors, it preserves its rural charm and the traditional Turkish way of life remains intact. 
Known for its liberal attitude and multi-cultural heritage, the city of Izmir is fascinating in its own right, but also makes for a fantastic base from which to explore the nearby historic sites of Ephesus and Agora. Once the Greek city of Smyrna, Izmir is a place where you can stroll along the waterfront promenade, devour fresh seafood and browse the eclectic items on offer at the downtown Kemeralti bazaar.


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