Hotels in Dalaman
Popular hotels in Dalaman
Marbas Select Beach +14 Adult Only
Turkey, Dalaman, Icmeler
Turkey, Dalaman, Icmeler
Turkey, Dalaman, Marmaris
Turkey, Dalaman, Marmaris
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Rota Hotel Dalyan
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Turkey, Dalaman, Marmaris
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Turkey, Dalaman, Oludeniz
Holiday resorts in Dalaman
Suppose you’re looking for a Mediterranean paradise with beautiful beaches and a vibrant nightlife. In that case, holidays in Marmaris could be for you! This buzzing port city is surrounded by picturesque olive groves and perfumed pine forests, giving it a distinctly Turkish feel. It’s an ideal choice for a family or romantic holiday, no matter what you’re into.
To see how the other half live, take a stroll along the Netsel Marina and admire the million-pound yachts that bob, glistening in their moorings.
Alternatively, get your haggling head on and flex your bargain-hunting muscles in the local bazaar, where there are plenty of gems to discover. Pick up souvenirs for yourself or loved ones back home and remember your Turkish holiday forever. Those travelling with little ones will appreciate the family-friendly beaches in Marmaris. More adventurous travellers can enjoy snorkelling in the caves that pit the coast.
Things to do
Marmaris is an ideal destination for sun-seekers, boasting two main beaches with plenty going on all year round. These are Marmaris Urban Beach and Marmaris Long Beach; we recommend visiting both to choose your favourite and make the most of your Marmaris holiday.
Marmaris is also home to several exciting waterparks, like Atlantis, where kids and adults alike can enjoy plenty of fun in the sun. Slide and flume or splash and swim, there are activities and attractions to suit all ages at the waterpark. Why not book a boat tour? Taking off from Marmaris’s main harbour, these excursions are an idyllic way to see the coastline and promise to create memories you’ll treasure forever.
Beyond the beaches, you’ll find plenty of other things to do in this slice of paradise. History buff? Head up to Marmaris Castle for a taste of times gone by. There’s an informative museum here too, so you can learn a little about the destinations’ history and enjoy every moment that little bit more.
Urban Beach is the busiest beach in Marmaris for good reasons, offering a spectacular sweep of golden sand and calm, warm waters. Sip something cool as you lounge in the sun, then enjoy a dip in the sea amongst the exciting atmosphere of this beautiful spot. Long Beach is a little lesser-known, but it’s a firm favourite for many. Enjoy access to convenient cafés, bustling bars, and some tempting restaurants close to this picturesque beach, where it’s easy to spend the entire day of your Marmaris holiday.
Marmaris’ shores are home to a mix of shingle and sandy beaches with warm shallow waters, ideal for families with children who love to paddle. You can rent sun loungers and relax in the beautiful weather before taking a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear sea. There are other beaches just minutes away, like nearby Icmeler, which offers a much quieter setting, perfect if you’re searching for peace on your holiday.
Marmaris has several family-friendly festivals happening throughout the year. If you time it with this in mind, you may find your holiday packed with vibrant celebration!
October is racing month in Marmaris, which means visitors can enjoy all the excitement of the region’s biggest sailing event, International Race Week. Watch as hundreds of yachts race across the water in a bid to be crowned champion. This is an exciting few days, with a buzzing atmosphere and plenty going on.
Marmaris loves its beaches. So it should come as no surprise that during both festivals, the shoreline comes alive with live music and parties playing late into the night. If you’re searching for a holiday with a vibrant nightlife, plan your trip to Marmaris alongside one of the city’s festivals to get more from your visit.
Visit in May to experience the Marmaris Maritime and Spring Festival. The streets will be lined with entertainment and competitions like photography exhibits, basketball games, cutest dog contests, and folk dancing. Sound like fun? There’s more! Head down to the beach for extravagant sandcastle and boat building competitions. Visitors are even welcome to join in with the traditional Turkish picnic, a communal celebration you’re sure to remember.
Aside from the stunning beaches and restaurants, Marmaris has a vibrant nightlife with plenty to enjoy whatever your taste. Enjoy watching your favourite teams play or discover something new when you visit one of the many sports bars in Marmaris, which always boast a lively atmosphere. There are many live music venues in the city too, so enjoy a taste of the local talent for a memorable night on holiday.
The neatly named Bar Street is where you’ll find a vast array of packed-out bars and nightclubs, perfect for those wanting to dance the night away. Most places stay open until the early hours of the morning, so your evening can go on for as long as you can!
Food & Drink
If you’re looking for something a little more family-friendly, discover Marmaris’ choice of beautiful restaurants. Many of the city’s eateries stay open late, serving delicious food and stunning views, so you can easily make a night of your meal.
Discover elegant seafood spots dotted around the harbour, a perfect choice for dinner any night. Turkish cuisine boasts plenty of fresh grilled meat and seafood, while vegetables are also essential centrepieces. Whether you’re keen to sample something new or prefer to stick to your home comforts, you’re sure to find a perfect eatery in Marmaris. If you feel like moving on, you’ll find lots of sleek cocktail bars nearby offering a relaxed atmosphere and expertly-made drinks.
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Backed by pine-covered mountains and home to the country’s famous Blue Lagoon, Ölüdeniz holidays have blossomed into one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations. However, while there’s plenty of opportunities to laze the days away on a Blue Flag beach and soak up some sunshine, holidays here offer much more than a just chance to top up your tan. This resort acts as the host to the Ölüdeniz International Air Games, which sees aerobatic fanatics and pilots pitting themselves against each other against the backdrop of the Babadağ Mountain.
If you prefer your attractions to be a little bit closer to the ground, spend a day travelling the Lycian Way to explore ancient, rock-hewn tombs and seek out Roman ruins. Alternatively, once you’ve reached the right shade of brown and the sun is creeping off to bed, spend your evening in one of the beach bars along the waterfront and catch some traditional Turkish music, cocktail in hand.
Things to do
Without a doubt, the biggest attraction in Ölüdeniz is the Blue Lagoon. Not only does it attract sunbathers and photographers looking to snap a picture of the native Loggerhead turtles, but look beneath the sapphire waters and you might see a scuba-diver or two! However, if you can bear to tear yourself away from the beaches, you’ll find a wealth of things to do in the town. Whether you’re a fan of the Great Outdoors, an adrenaline junkie, a history buff, or you just want to soak up a sunset or two, there’s never any reason to be bored!
It all starts at the beach in Ölüdeniz, which is famous for its picture-perfect Blue Lagoon. As one of Turkey’s most iconic beaches, it’s impossible not to be impressed by the crystal clear waters and the beautiful scenery. If you want to escape the crowds, you can take a water taxi to more secluded beaches, where there’s a good chance you’ll have a lovely little spot all to yourself.
There’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained in Ölüdeniz, whether your children are big or small. Head to one of the town’s two water parks for a fun-filled day out, or treat your little ones to a banana boat ride. If you’re looking for some romantic things to do, it doesn’t get much better than a day on a secluded beach, before a sunset meal with jaw-dropping views from the top of a mountain.
If you love the atmosphere of a beachside promenade, you’ll be happy to know Ölüdeniz has a lovely one full of shops, bars and restaurants. The nightlife’s nice and relaxed, perfect for quiet meals out or a few after-dinner cocktails.
Whether you’re lazing around in the warm Turkish sunshine for your whole holiday, or being active and exploring spots like Kidrak Natural Park, you’re sure to have a memorable time in Ölüdeniz.
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Sitting on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast is Dalyan, a small fishing town famous for its relaxed, traditional charm and unique historical sites. It’s surrounded by unspoilt greenery and inspiring scenery, cut gently in two by a wandering river. Whether you’re visiting with friends or family, holidays to Dalyan are perfect if you like your downtime to be low-key, laid back, and leisurely.
If you simply can’t have a holiday without a beach, then don’t worry! There are some beautiful sandy spots a short drive from central Dalyan, so you won’t need to compromise on your holiday.
Join the locals and jump into a water-taxi, which will take you on a laid-back cruise to the mouth of the estuary. The entire stretch is protected, partly due to the nesting loggerhead turtles that have made their home on Iztuzu Beach. However, there’s much more to this part of Turkey than meets the eye. It also houses some of the region’s treasures including the 9th-century remains of Caunus.
Things to do
Dalyan is an atmospheric and romantic destination with a rich history to discover. Take a river trip to see the vast, Roman theatre or the King’s Tombs of Kaunos. If natural attractions are more your thing, hop on a water taxi to Iztuzu Beach and watch endangered loggerhead sea turtles scraping their way along the sands. Once the sun’s slipped over the horizon, try some tasty mezes in a Turkish restaurant then pick a riverside bar for a glass of raki overlooking the water.
Mineral-rich mudbaths are one of the most popular attractions in Dalyan. Visitors are invited to take a dip in the muddy waters, covering from head to toe in the rejuvenating natural substance. The mud’s power is thought to reduce wrinkles and beautify the skin. To clean off, take a dip in the 40-degree sulfur pool and rinse away to reveal your newly refreshed skin.
Every Saturday, a market takes over the main streets. Have fun haggling with the local sellers for a fair price. The market stocks everything from locally grown fruits and vegetables to handmade clothing, so you’re sure to return home with a treasure in-hand. After a long morning shopping, stop off for some lunch and enjoy some traditional Turkish snacks while watching boats sail down the glistening river.
As the river curves and winds around tiny islands, it cuts beautiful bays into the land. So expect to find beautiful beaches in remote areas, some of which you might get to yourself!
Travel by boat along the water to find Iztuzu Beach, nicknamed Turtle Beach, for a long stretch of soft sand in a unique setting. The picturesque beach is a protected loggerhead turtle nesting reserve, which means it opens and closes at certain times. By day, you can relax here in the sun or shade beneath a fragrant pine backdrop. The calm, shallow waters are ideal for a dip or swim, so you can enjoy a perfect, peaceful beach day on your Dalyan holiday.
It’s almost impossible to visit Dalyan without running into a loggerhead turtle or two. Whether you meet one of the giants swimming in the sea or simply spot statues and images of turtles around the town, locals hold these impressive creatures in high regard.
Loggerhead sea turtles are endangered, but the protected areas around Dalyan mean things are looking up for the species. New laws and modifications to boats in Dalyan help keep the turtles safe too, so you don’t need to worry that you’re contributing to the problem when you visit.
History and culture
The once-working fishing town still has the harbour at its heart. A big part of Dalyan’s historical culture stems from the river, which flows through its thick natural surroundings. There are many things to discover nestled in the riverbank’s rich greenery, including the Caunos Tombs of the Kings on the western shore. Dalyan’s most admired feature, these ancient Lycian Tombs are carved into the rocky cliffside, an impressive sight to behold from a river cruise.
Kaunos is another must-see if you’re a history enthusiast visiting Dalyan. The ancient city ruins are just a short distance from central Dalyan, a place of mystery with many unanswered questions still surrounding it.
Food and drink
The small town of Dalyan offers lots of new dishes for foodie travellers to sample. And there are many restaurants and cafés scattered around serving up local specialities and some international favourites.
Whether you stick to the waterfront and enjoy casual eateries with beautiful views or wander deeper into Dalyan to find something unique, there’s something for everyone here. The town has a surprising number of restaurants for its size, so fussy eaters never need to worry about finding something tasty.
If you want to sample some of the best food in Dalyan, you can find plenty of locals’ favourite spots in the town centre. Turkish traditions mean meals often start with bread before moving onto cold starters, casseroles, kebabs, or grilled meat with rice, potatoes, and salad.
The nightlife in Dalyan is quite relaxed, although some of the bars stay open until the early hours, so you won’t be stuck for choice if you want to hit the down. Sofra Bar is a travellers’ favourite for karaoke and cocktails, a perfect place to drink and sing long into the night. Efe Cafe Bar boasts a large outside terrace and reasonably priced drinks, ideal for fun with friends or family.
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Experience a fascinating mix of ancient tradition, rich culture, and modern influences with your holidays to Fethiye. Located along Turkey’s exquisite Turquoise Coast, it’s littered with remains from the region’s Lycian past, with historical attractions such as the majestic Tomb of Amyntas, and Kayaköy ghost village.
For fans of the great outdoors, the rolling scenery provides plenty of adventure opportunities. You can watch professional paragliders catching some thermals on the mountain ridges and rocky outcrops, while the miles of unspoilt countryside attract horse-riders of all abilities. For beach-lovers, the resort is a short distance from one of the most famous beaches in Turkey, the dazzling Blue Lagoon.
Things to do
You won’t be stuck for things to do in Fethiye. Visit the Old Town, and any bargain-hunters in your party can get their haggling heads on! The twisting backstreets are lined with shops and stalls, selling everything from traditional Turkish rugs, to crafts and jewellery.
The markets are a bustle of trade and commerce, selling various goods, from handcrafted items to fruit and veg, so you’re sure to leave with something special in-hand. You’ll also find many quirky cafés and tavernas selling strong coffee and authentic Turkish meals, ideal for foodies wanting a real taste of Fethiye.
If you want to dive into the rich history of your destination, pay a visit to the towering Tomb of Amyntas, carved out of a cliff-face. Don’t forget your camera! The local scenery is picture-perfect, while some of the best attractions around are only a boat ride away. Don’t forget to visit the Blue Lagoon, considered the country’s most beautiful beach with warm, azure waters and spotless, silver sand.
As part of the Turquoise Coast, Fethiye has some of the best weather anywhere in Europe, perfect for spending long days lounging around on the beach. The turquoise waters and powdery white sand resemble the beaches you might see in your dreams. The coast is almost impossible to avoid here, making this destination ideal for a beach-centric holiday at any time of year.
Head down to Calis Beach where you’ll discover a peaceful atmosphere and a pleasingly slow pace of life. Soak up some sunshine here and enjoy endless dips in the cooling water.
If you just can’t sit still, don’t worry! There are various water sports to enjoy along Calis Beach, so adventurers can get an adrenaline kick while the others relax. Whatever way you want to enjoy the Turquoise Coast, you’re sure to arrive home feeling rested and refreshed.
When it’s time to go sightseeing, there are many fascinating destinations close to Fethiye. If you love your history and mythology, don’t miss the Tomb of Amyntas. This Ancient Greek monument is carved straight into the cliffside, an impressive, towering example of Lycian architecture.
Similarly, the ancient ruins of Tlos are a fascinating ruin that you can reach in just 40 minutes from Fethiye. Letoon is another unique historic sanctuary, and an important spot to visit if you’re interested in architecture and archaeology. Explore these critical Lycian sites and discover the rich heritage of your holiday destination.
If you like to be active on your holidays, visit the impressive Saklikent Gorge, also known as the Hidden City. The gorge is the second biggest in Europe and one of the deepest of its kind in the world! Walk across the sturdy platform while white-water rapids rush below. Adrenaline-seekers can even enjoy river rafting with an experienced guide, a perfect way to see more of the natural landscape.
Kabak Koyu nature park is another must-visit if you want nature and adventure. Discover many hiking trails through the fragrant pine tree valley, winding down to the pristine beach below. Reward your efforts with a dip in the gemstone-blue waters, before reclining on powdery sand to soak up some rays.
Lovely old town
Back in town, wander through the cobbled streets of Fethiye’s old quarter, Paspatur. You’ll notice the traditional Turkish feel as you shop for souvenirs and stop at a local café for a drink or bite to eat. The Paspatur is a lovely place to spend an evening out, whether you’re looking to find local specialities to eat or welcoming bars to enjoy a night out.
Paspatur Market is an excellent place to visit if you’re searching for unique souvenirs, including fresh Turkish delight and deliciously sweet local honey.
Modern meets traditional
In 1957, Fethiye fell victim to a devastating earthquake, which dramatically changed the local landscape. Around 90% of public buildings were damaged or destroyed, which means the Fethiye you visit today has been almost entirely rebuilt over recent decades. The result is a clean, attractive destination with lots of streamlined architecture and hints of the city’s ancient past, which can still be spotted around the old town and beyond.
Food & drink
Fethiye is practically packed with great places to eat and drink, with something to satisfy every taste and appetite among the pretty streets. Head up the coast road, Karagözler, for a choice of eateries with picture-perfect harbour views. Paspatur, Fethiye’s old town, is also home to lots of traditional food spots for a bite on-the-go or something more substantial. Pull up a chair on a restaurant terrace, sit back, and watch the world go by. Or grab a Turkish kebab to snack on while you wander around Fethiye for an authentic and delicious experience.
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Holidays to Icmeler in Turkey are perfect if you want to enjoy the quieter side of life. Popular with families looking for laid-back days on the beach and couples who want leisurely meals by night, this beautiful beach resort offers everything you could want to kick back and relax.
Much lower-key than its vibrant neighbour, Marmaris, it started life as a small fishing village. It’s blossomed into a sophisticated holiday destination, while still retaining bucket-loads of its original charm. The beach offers golden sands and blue seas and is maintained by the locals, who are fiercely proud of what is the resort’s greatest draw. In town, you’ll find a good selection of shops and some superb, authentic restaurants.
For a real taste of Turkey, try out one of the ‘lokantas’, also known as ‘tradesmen’s restaurants’, where the locals go for quick, convenient and home-cooked food. If you’re on holiday in Icmeler with the kids, the resort is within easy reach of Marmaris’ top attractions, such as the Atlantis Waterpark.
Things to do
Icmeler’s beach is spectacular with dark, golden sand, and is backed by a leafy promenade. Ideal for those travelling with little ones, the shore shelves gently into the sapphire seas, giving them plenty of opportunity to splash about. If you can bear to tear yourself from your sun lounger, the resort has plenty up its sleeve to see and do.
The midweek markets are the perfect hunting ground for those looking to bag a bargain, while kids will love a day out at Atlantis Waterpark, popular with all ages for its water slides, wave pool and mini-golf. In the evenings, pick a family-friendly bar for after-dinner drinks and, if the raki is working its magic, join in with the karaoke.
History and culture
Once a small fishing village, its customs are still celebrated throughout this charming small town. From its whitewashed buildings to its picturesque harbour, Icmeler has created a good balance between its traditional roots and a modern tourist resort.
Holidaymakers only recently started visiting the picturesque resort just 20 years ago. The surrounding towns began to get more attention because of the growing popularity of its bustling neighbour, Marmaris. Today it’s a great basecamp for visiting some of Turkey’s most popular historical sites like the ancient ruins of Hierapolis and the 16th century Marmaris Castle.
Enjoy a day at the resort’s Blue Flag paradise and bask in the unspoilt beauty of this long, golden beach. Like any great beach in Turkey, you’ll come across thrilling water sports and excellent snorkelling spots that’ll keep you entertained for hours. Or if you prefer, relax on a sun lounger underneath a shady umbrella. There are plenty of beachside restaurants and bars to refresh after an afternoon on the sand.
If you fancy a walk, you can take a stroll through the lush, green mountains to take in the stunning views of the coast. For those early risers, you’ll be treated to a beautiful sunrise that glistens as it’s reflected off the shimmering water.
Once the sun comes down the town comes alive with an array of bars and restaurants that stay open late into the evening. Sit back and enjoy the sunset as you dine on a traditional Turkish feast. After a delicious meal, the waterfront is a popular after dark hotspot as it’s where you’ll find live music, karaoke, entertaining shows and lots of opportunities to dance. If you’re looking for something a little more upbeat, head to Marmaris, which is only 15 minutes away, to find vibrant nightclubs and music bars.
If you’re wondering “where is Icmeler in Turkey?”, the answer is that you’ll find it on Turkey’s south-western coast, about 8km from Marmaris and roughly an hour and a half’s drive from Dalaman Airport. Surrounded by perfumed pine forests and with a beautiful, horseshoe-shaped bay, this superb resort is for those who want to enjoy the quieter side of Turkish life, but with access to the bars and nightlife of nearby Marmaris for a kicking night out.
In the air and under the water
Beyond the pine forests on the Icmeler map you’ll find a mountain range which is popular with hikers, horse-riders, and cyclists. Ölü Deniz’ Babadağ mountain is the setting for the region’s Air Festival, which sees paragliders launching themselves from rocky outcrops and taking to the skies. Ölü Deniz is also home to one of the area’s greatest secrets: the Blue Lagoon. Wreathed in powder-soft sands and with clear, blue waters, it offers perfect conditions for scuba-divers and snorkellers.
Look on the Icmeler map and you’ll find that Marmaris is just across the bay. While it’s easy to walk there from Icmeler’s buzzing promenade, it’s even more fun to catch a water-taxi and head over to Marmaris in a few minutes.
Where is Icmeler in Turkey?
As part of the famous Turkish Turquoise Coast, Icmeler’s beach is ideal for families and couples looking to spend some quality downtime together. Clean and safe for even timid toe dippers and
tiny tots, the beach is maintained by the locals who are fiercely proud of this stunning part of the Turkish coastline. Book your break in the spring or autumn for the best sightseeing weather, or in the summer for some serious sunbathing. When you get back, if anyone asks you “where is Icmeler in Turkey?”, the only decision you’ll have to make is whether to tell them, or to keep it a secret!
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If you’re looking to treat your family or your better half to a little slice of luxury, then book one of our holidays to Kalkan. Once an idyllic fishing village, this holiday resort is now a mixture of old-school Turkish charm and modern, high-end hotels. Among the narrow streets, you’ll find brightly-decorated shops, cafés, and restaurants.
This isn’t the place to find pizzas and burgers: the tavernas and restaurants here serve traditional Turkish cuisine, although they’ll make something simpler for confused-looking holidaymakers!
History buffs can spend some time visiting some of the finest Roman ruins in the region, while if you’ve got a taste for adventure you can go kite-surfing, quad-bike across the sands, horse-riding at sunset, take boat trips along the coast, or wallow in a rejuvenating mud-bath at the nearby springs.
However, if your idea of downtime is to park yourself on a sun lounger and catch some rays, Kalkan is blessed with some of the best beaches around!
Things to do
The best place to get your bearings is on the picturesque waterfront. There, you’ll find some laid-back bars and rustic restaurants in which to enjoy a cheeky drink or a leisurely lunch. If the sapphire-coloured sea takes your fancy, make for the marina, where you can hop aboard a coastal cruise.
Anyone with even the faintest interest in history should visit some of the area’s historical sites. Xanthos boasts a superbly preserved Roman amphitheatre, alongside some imposing tombs and a Byzantine street.
Alternatively, lose yourself in the markets in the Old Town and hunt out some treasures of your own.
The Blue Flag beaches that line the coast of Kalkan are beautiful. A long stretch of soft, white sand shelves gently into calm, glistening waters. The tranquil waves make the beach ideal for relaxing afternoons, reclining on sun loungers under parasols.
If you’re after a more upbeat activity, there are lots of water sports available, from water skiing and paragliding to banana boats and canoeing.
Cafés and restaurants line the coast where you can eat fresh seafood and sip on delicious cocktails. A pleasant, pebbly beach lies next to the beautiful harbour, where the sun-soaked sea is a perfect romantic spot to sit and watch the boats dance on the horizon at nightfall.
History and culture
Kalkan was once a working fishing town and a safe harbour between Kaş and Fethiye. Its traditional character can still be seen through the cobbled streets of whitewashed houses that sit along the shore. Kalkan is close to significant, historic landmarks including Kayakoy; an evacuated ghost town and the Lycian city ruins of Tlos. Tourism has only become apparent in the last 40 or so years so the town still thrives on the traditional Turkish laid-back way of life.
Aside from its romantic setting and rich history, Kalkan has a vibrant nightlife to keep you entertained. Whether you want a quiet drink in a scenic setting or a dance floor in a buzzing nightclub, this modern town has it all.
Drink cocktails in a feel-good contemporary atmosphere at Club Karma, where resident DJs play the latest summer hits giving you a chance to grab your friends and dance the night away.
A popular place for a drink and a meal during sunset is the Botanik Garden Bar, with its unique setting along a peaceful river, decorated with green flora. With the glow of the garden lanterns, it’s easy to relax on the hammocks that hang from the blossoming trees.
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Once a quiet, mountainside village, Hisarönü, Turkey, bears all the hallmarks of a laid-back holiday haven. However, looks can be deceptive. While the destination has retained much of its old-school Turkish charm, it’s a buzzing holiday destination with plenty of things to see and do. Not to mention a stellar nightlife, making Hisarönü an ideal choice for couples, families, or groups of friends.
Suppose you want to dive head-first into the local culture on your Hisarönü holiday. In that case, Fethiye’s Old Town is buzzing with shops, cafés, and street markets. It’s a perfect choice for a day or afternoon of adventure away from Hisarönü. For lazy days back in your village destination, potter around plenty of shops and sleepy bars, sipping traditional Turkish tea to fuel your experience.
Things to do
If you fancy swimming in clear, blue waters then be sure to pay a visit to the famous Blue Lagoon, which has its own sheltered beach and offers excellent conditions for scuba-divers. Swim or dive in the crystal-clear waters and enjoy a cooling break from the warm Turkish sun.
For those who like the water, but would rather not be under it, nearby Dalyan River is unmissable. It’s a perfect spot to enjoy some kayaking or rafting. To enjoy the river’s charm in a more relaxing way, book a leisurely boat trip, an ideal opportunity to see the local landscape.
Suppose you want your holidays to Hisarönü to involve lazing around on the beach. In that case, you’ll find plenty of soft, sandy shores to choose from. Ölüdeniz and the famous Blue Lagoon beach are just a short water-taxi ride away. Both sunny spots offer ideal sunbathing conditions and glistening, warm waters for swimming or splashing.
The Blue Lagoon in Ölüdenizis only a short distance from Hisarönü and is a perfect spot for a relaxing day spent topping up your tan. The wide, powdery beach surrounding the Blue Lagoon is a perfectly picturesque spot for relaxing or playing with the kids. A lush green landscape surrounds the lagoon and beach, just one more beautiful reason to visit. You’ll be able to chill out on a sunbed or shade beneath a parasol, grabbing drinks and snacks from nearby bars throughout the day. If you’re feeling energetic, you could go parasailing and see the beautiful landscape from a birds-eye-view.
Fun for everyone
The boats in Hisarönü do more than fish and taxi visitors around. Why not book a boat cruise? A perfect day out that the whole family can enjoy. Glide along the Aegean Coast and enjoy unparalleled views of the natural landscape as you go. The Turkish coast is shadowed by forested mountains, making every moment of a boat cruise more than picture-worthy.
If you prefer getting around on your own two feet, there are many opportunities to explore around Hisarönü. The Babadag mountain foothills offer a challenging day’s hike, with some of Turkey’s best scenery acting as the reward for your efforts. If you’re looking for a memorable adventure on your Hisarönü holiday, this is the way to go.
Maybe a full day of hiking sounds like a little too much work. In that case, Hisarönü offers plenty of cafés and bars where you can enjoy a leisurely drink and watch the world go by. Settle in and soak up the local atmosphere, fuelling with snacks and traditional tea throughout the day. Once the sun’s slipped over the horizon, the resort erupts into a riot of music, dancing, and good times as nightlife takes over. There is truly something for everyone in this beautiful Turkish destination.
Looking for momentoes to remember your holiday? There are plenty of opportunities for some retail therapy in and around Hisarönü. The Monday market is a great place to put your haggling skills to the test, and there are plenty of treasures available to buy. Or, take a drive into nearby Fethiye for lots more shopping as well as restaurants, bars, and a beautiful marina. Fethiye also boasts a captivating Old Town, a perfect place to spend an afternoon exploring. Pick up some fresh Turkish delight for the ride back to Hisarönü for a satisfying way to end your adventure.
Hisarönü may be small, but its nightlife rivals some of Turkey’s larger towns, with plenty of bars and clubs catering to the tourist crowd. Most in the village stay open and busy until the early hours, so there will be no need to go home if you’re still having fun!
Follow the sound of music and excitement to the main harbour, where you’ll find lots of bars and restaurants kicking off the evening in style. Many Hisarönü bars boast live music from around dinnertime, so you can enjoy a meal or some delicious drinks with a vibrant soundtrack adding to the atmosphere. For something even more exciting, look out for pool and karaoke bars dotted around Hisarönü.
Hisarönü’s clubs start to open their doors as the night draws on, attracting night owls from all around. DJs and dancefloors are easy to come by in this unassuming Turkish village, with various clubs offering music to suit all tastes and moods. Try Bar Rumba for classic nightclub vibes and themed events throughout the week, or Tango Fun Club for DJs and cheap drinks all night long.
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If you’re looking for peace, quiet, and a warm slice of Turkish hospitality, book your holidays to Ovacik this year. There are plenty of resorts in the area, such as Hisarönü, renowned for their noisy nightlife. Ovacik offers downtime that’s much more laid-back and relaxed, making it an ideal choice for families or couples looking to unwind.
You’ll find some of the best beaches on the Turquoise Coast along this stretch of shore; get ready for sun-bleached sands and warm waters, the perfect conditions for couples and families to enjoy some quiet time together. Enjoy long days dozing in the sun, with plenty of dips in the glistening sea to cool down throughout the day.
Want a dip into the region’s rich past? You’ll find ancient Lycian ruins along the coastline, which is also dotted with charming and characterful towns such as Fethiye. There are plenty of places to explore if you can tear yourself away from the beach, making Ovacik holidays exciting from start to finish.
Things to do
If you want to get some sunbathing under your belt, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches. Head straight to Ölüdeniz beach to relax on a horseshoe-shaped sandy shoreline, or venture a little inland to experience the tropical beauty of the Blue Lagoon.
Fitness fans and those with a thirst for the great outdoors can walk a variety of hiking trails, taking you through the foothills of the Babadag Mountain and its pine forests. The Babadag Mountain also serves as the launch-pad for the Ölüdeniz International Air Games, which are well worth attending if you can time your holiday right. Alternatively, take a trip to Fethiye and explore its buzzing Old Quarter.
Make the most of your escape in the great outdoors; you’ll find plenty of stunning scenery along the various hiking trails in the area. If you’re holidaying with the family, you’ll find plenty of exciting activities for kids in and near Ovacik, including a fantastic waterpark that’s sure to set them smiling.
If you feel like exploring the local area, head out on foot to see some of the beautiful natural landscape. Ovacik is mostly flat, which means many places enjoy leisurely walks among the beautiful rural setting. Head back into the village afterwards for a traditional Turkish lunch or a drink to refresh and relax. Nature-lovers will enjoy walking around Butterfly Valley, often considered one of the most beautiful attractions in all of Turkey!
Ovacik boasts stunning views from its hillside valley location, but its setting means the resort doesn’t have a beach of its own. Still, it’s surrounded by some of Turkey’s most famous stretches of shoreline, so you won’t need to travel far for a dip in the turquoise waters.
Why not visit Ölüdeniz’s famous Blue Lagoon, which just a ten-minute bus ride from Ovacik? Don’t forget your camera! The towering mountains that sit along the coast provide shelter for the calm, clear waters below. The Blue Lagoon is an ideal spot to enjoy swimming and watersports. If that doesn’t sound like fun, the pebbly shore is the perfect relaxation spot for sunny afternoons looking over the sparkling waters.
History and culture
Ovacik is a quiet Turkish village in the Fethiye district. It sits on a small plateau near the bottom of Mount Babadağ, which is highly popular among paragliders. The resort has only recently seen development to keep up with tourism growth, so you can find plenty of untouched areas if you want to discover history and culture.
Today, Ovacik is a popular destination thanks to its traditional charm and beautiful landscape. The village lies in a beautiful valley at the Babadag mountain base, surrounded by protected national forest. Although it’s shadowed by a mountain, Ovacik itself is relatively flat, making it ideal for leisurely walks, immersing yourself in the local culture. Wildlife is a big part of the community here, and it’s common to see goats and chickens roaming freely around the streets.
Food & drink
Despite its modern influence, Ovacik is an excellent destination to discover traditional Turkish cuisine, with many small restaurants and vendors serving up tasty bites every day. Dine at Turkish-owned restaurants or shop in the local market to sample some of the most authentic Turkish food around. Whatever way you want to spend your holiday, the traditional charm of Ovacik is sure to win you over.
The modest nightlife in Ovacik is ideal if you’re after a romantic meal or relaxing with a few cocktails under the stars. There are a handful of bars that play music and stay open until the early hours, so dancing the night away is also encouraged, should you wish to.
If you prefer a night in, the luxurious hotels dotted around Ovacik provide nightly entertainment that’s perfect for families and couples, and guests staying elsewhere are welcome to enjoy the facilities.
Looking for something a little more upbeat? Take the ten-minute bus ride or hop in a taxi to Ölüdeniz, a bustling resort village on the coast. The resort is popular with tourists, so you can expect lots of bustling bars and restaurants that stay open late.
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Once a sleepy little fishing village, Turunc Turkey has claimed its rightful place as one of the county’s most desirable holiday destinations. Set against a backdrop of pine-scented forests and mountains, and perched on the edge of a horseshoe-shaped bay, holidays to Turunc Turkey are for travellers who want to enjoy the slower pace of Turkish life.
Compared to its noisier neighbours, Turunc is a much more laid-back and peaceful place to take a break, making it ideal for families and couples who want to enjoy some quality downtime together.
However, despite its sleepy reputation, you’ll find plenty to see and do on your Turunc holidays. The bay offers fabulous fishing opportunities and there are some water sports on offer for those who need a little adrenaline rush. Fans of the Great Outdoors can immerse themselves in the spectacular scenery on a hike or a horseback trek.
If that sounds too much like hard work, there are even jeep expeditions available! Perfect for a chilled-out getaway, the resort has a charming waterfront, a sun-soaked beach, and lots of vibrant markets, Turkish restaurants, and cafés.
Things to do
The jewel in Turunc’s crown is its horseshoe-shaped bay, dusted with soft, golden sand and lapped by warm, clear waters. If sunbathing isn’t enough for you, you can take part in some exciting water sports, including water-skiing and banana boat rides. There’s just as much fun to be had under the water as there is on it and the seas hold the perfect conditions for snorkelers and scuba-divers.
Alternatively, take a boat trip to see historic ruins at nearby Dalyan, or spend a tranquil day fishing. The rugged scenery that surrounds Turunc is perfect for adventurers, with plenty of places to hike, ride or drive. In the evenings, visit a Turkish restaurant on the waterfront to try the local specialties and relax with a drink and soak up the sunset.
Enjoy the glorious weather by lounging on the sand and taking a dip in the crystal clear waters. Turunc’s horseshoe shaped cove shelves gently into the sea which makes it ideal for families with small children. There are beach side restaurants and cafés along the coast, so you can take a refreshing break in the shaded seating and have a spot of lunch or a delicious cocktail. Enjoy picturesque views of the lush mountains and glistening coast from the comfort of your sun lounger.
History and culture
The idyllic village is said to be over 100 years old and was first called home by only five families. Its name can be translated to bitter orange, as citrus fruits once thrived in the nearby land. It was in the 1980s when tourism really started to develop with new roads, hotels and even running water and electricity being brought into the secluded village.
You can walk from one end of Turunc to the other in about half an hour. The striking hillside acts as a picturesque backdrop to the azure blue seas but if you’re looking for a change of scenery, the bustling resort of Marmaris is only 20 kilometres away.
This sleepy fishing village has low key evening entertainment with the majority being nightly shows in the All Inclusive hotels. There are a good range of bars and restaurants which provide the perfect spot to sip a cocktail and enjoy the laid back atmosphere. Some of the bars do have a dance floor where you can enjoy live music and karaoke and for something even more upbeat, take the 30 minute journey to Marmaris.
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Antalya holidays put you at the heart of the stunning Turkish Riviera - also known as the Turquoise Coast. And that makes this gorgeous destination one of the leading sunspots in Turkey (now officially called Türkiye).
With 400 miles of Mediterranean coast, the Antalya area is a magnet for sun-seekers. But it's not just about blissful beaches (although they are pretty impressive) - Antalya is also surrounded by lush mountains that provide a stunning backdrop to the city. Plus, with must-visit hotspots such as Hadrian’s Gate and the Ancient City of Perge at your fingertips, there’s plenty to explore too.
Find out more with our top tips for holidays to Antalya below.
Antalya holiday highlights:
- Home to the Old City of Kaleici brimming with bazaars
- Backed by the breathtaking Taurus Mountains
- Impressive archaeology sites including Perge, Side and Olympos
- 213 Blue Flag-awarded beaches
Where are the best areas to stay in Antalya?
Best for beaches: For sun-drenched sands and gentle waves, Lara Beach holidays are the answer! Not only is this stretch award-winning, but it’s lined with glitzy All Inclusive hotels and sunset-facing restaurants. And you’ve got your pick of adrenaline-pumping watersports too (we see you, daredevils)!
Best for family fun: Horse riding? Yes! Paddle-friendly beaches? Yes! Waterparks? Yes! We can only be talking about all-singing, all-dancing Alanya. Here days are made up of picnics by the Dim River and ice creams along Cleopatra Beach. That’s when you’re not climbing to the top of Alanya Castle with your mini prince or princess, of course.
Best for couples: When you want to combine luxury with relaxation, holidays to Belek are worth shouting about. Think awe-inspiring nature reserves, including the Köprülü Canyon National Park, ancient marvels such as the Aspendos Theatre and colourful coves. Pair this with a swanky adult-only stay and you’re onto a winner.
Best for party-goers: Wanting to dance from dusk till dawn? Antalya’s city centre, Kaleici, is filled with karaoke bars and clubs including Tudors Pub. Aura in Kemer has quite the reputation for its DJs and light shows. While, Alanya’s Cello Cafe is just the place for a cheeky cocktail (or two).
What are the best beaches in Antalya?
Jet-ski rides, sunbathing stints, palm-lined promenades - now that’s what beach holidays are made of! And luckily for you, Antalya has no shortage of jaw-dropping coastal delights.
- Lara Beach: Taking the crown as one of the most popular stretches in Antalya (and rightly so), this crystal-clear bay is eight kilometres of powder-white sands.
- Konyaalti Beach: From its Instagram-worthy mountainous backdrop to its pebbled shore and lavish beach clubs, it’s the ultimate sand, sea and sunbathing spot just 3km from the city centre!
- Olympos Beach: Head off the beaten track to find this Mediterranean gem next door to the ruins of ancient Olympos. Not only can you spend hours topping up your tan on its secluded sun-soaked sands, but there’s rock climbing and hiking opportunities too.
- Cleopatra Beach: Situated in the charming town of Alanya, this iconic cove is named after the Egyptian queen. Kick back and watch the sun set behind the waves at one of the Turkish eateries lining its shore or take in the views of Alanya Castle while parasailing.
Top hotels in Antalya
- Aska Lara Resort & Spa: A top choice for an All Inclusive holiday to Antalya, this 5 star stay has all the bells and whistles. From a trendy beach bar to waterpark access with log flumes and a splash zone for water babies. Plus, a relaxation pool and a whopping nine restaurants.
- Limak Atlantis Deluxe Resort: Inspired by the Lost City of Atlantis, you’ll find this Belek hotel nestled between a golf course and a long sandy stretch. Flaunting five pools and five a la cartes, the choices are endless.
- Delphin Imperial: Looking for stylish decor, fine dining restaurants and a set-up on a private sand spot in Lara Beach? Then look no further than this 5 star base with its four pools and action-packed water rides!
- Selene Beach & Spa Hotel: Who can resist a bit of adult-only luxury? Especially when it features a rooftop pool and spa! No brainer, right? And it’s only a 15-minute walk from Avsallar’s dining scene.
- Long Beach Resort Hotel & Spa Deluxe: Luring you in with its swim-up rooms, jaw-dropping Med vistas and thrilling waterslides - this stay in Alanya pulls out all the stops.
- Crystal Sunset Luxury Resort & Spa: If you want to go big, this hotel should be your go-to. You’ve got an impressive line-up of 12 bars (yes, you read that right, 12!!) alongside seven flavour-filled restaurants and a slide-packed waterpark to boot.
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Bodrum is an authentic Turkish gem. As you approach the bay, enjoy being enchanted by its beautiful beaches, the forest of masts along the shores, and the peaceful atmosphere radiating from every cave and corner. With its exotic and romantic atmosphere, Bodrum never fails to surprise visitors from around the world. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful getaway or want to enjoy some lively nightlife, the city has something to suit all tastes.
When the Ottoman Empire stepped in and took over the city in the early 1520s, this marked the beginning of Bodrum’s revolution. Until the 1970s, the town was home mainly to fishermen and sponge divers. It quickly developed into a vibrant and dynamic centre of trade, art, and entertainment.
Bodum’s south coast is lapped by the Aegean, providing this beautiful destination with a unique and glamorous charm. There are diverse beaches to suit both families and couples, as well as plenty to see and do inland; whatever you’re searching for, a holiday in Bodrum is always unforgettable.
Where is Bodrum in Turkey?
Located on Turkey’s southwest coast, the city is surrounded by 32 islands and islets on the Bodrum Peninsula. The town of Bodrum itself lies 270 kilometres south of Izmir, on the Aegean coast, and faces the Greek island of Kos.
Because of its location, this stretch of coastline is blessed with expansive, golden beaches and home to plenty of world-class hotels and resorts. Not to mention the village of Gumbet, one of the most popular destinations in the area.
What to expect from a holiday in Bodrum? Delicious food and drink, shimmering crystal-clear waters, and lots of activities to suit the whole family.
Things to do in Bodrum
Bodrum boasts many things to see and do, with something to make everyone smile. From the modernity of its resorts and restaurants to the traces of ancient times and the calmness it preserves, a holiday in Bodrum offers it all, so you’ll never be out of options.
The Castle of St Peter
The Castle of St Peter is Bodrum’s most iconic landmark, framed by picture-perfect bays. It has five well-preserved towers and an unearthed 7th-century Byzantine wreck in its Museum of Underwater Archaeology. The view from the castle is simply breathtaking, so be sure to visit if you can only spare one afternoon in the city.
Mausoleum of Halicarnassus
Once called Halicarnassus, Bodrum was home to one to the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus. Constructed in the 4th century BC, the tomb of Mausolus is today only a ruin. However, it still attracts millions of tourists every year thanks to its historical significance. It gifts the city with an enduring and precious charm and brings whoever decides to visit back in time.
Just a couple of steps away from the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus are the stunning remains of Bodrum Amphitheatre, built in the 4th century BC. With a capacity of 13,000 guests, the Amphitheatre is one of the best-preserved structures of the ancient Halicarnassus.
Places to stay in Bodrum
The beautiful Bodrum Resort is loved by visitors for its narrow lanes and colourful sugar-cube houses scattered throughout the town. It’s where you’ll find the buzz and glamour of the resort, not to mention plenty of places to eat and drink.
For relaxing beaches, head to Gumbet, a self-contained holiday resort with a large beach and plenty of restaurants and bars. From bustling Bodrum, it’s just a short journey to Torba, on the north side of the peninsula. This peaceful mountainside village seems a world away, with olive grove-clad hillsides, a tiny harbour with fishing boats, and a narrow beach. Bodrum holidays are contrastingly ideal for visitors looking for plenty of action or those who want to escape the crowds.
Perfect for families
Bodrum is an ideal choice for holidaymakers travelling with the family, with plenty to keep even the fussiest visitors occupied. From beautiful beaches, perfect for relaxing, to exciting waterparks for family fun, there are many ways to stay cool in the sunshine. History fan? Visit ancient sites and museums scattered around the area. Or enjoy excellent local food and drink in one of many welcoming local spots.
The city owes most of its popularity to the majesty of its beaches. Do you prefer sand to rocks? Then Yahsi Beach and Ortakent Beach are the places for you. If you’re on the lookout for a picturesque spot away from the crowds, head east to Kumbahҫe Beach and unwind on the peaceful shore.
Fancy exploring Bodrum’s surroundings instead? Why not catch a boat trip and admire the picturesque coast with the sea breeze in your hair. Or take a trip to Bafa Lake for another way to explore by boat.
Bodrum offers plenty of activities for kids too, which is why it’s a favourite among family groups. Treat your little ones to a fun-filled day at the Bodrum Aqua Park in Ortakent, the most popular on the Bodrum peninsula. Or try Pirates Inn Cactus Aquapark, another favourite spot in Yalikavak.
Best for beaches
What could be better than whiling away the days on a lovely beach, surrounded by crystal-clear waters? Not much! Bodrum’s beaches are a delight no matter how you spend your time there.
Bitez Beach is a magnet for tourists, and it’s easy to see why. It’s ideal for families and water sports-lovers, with calm waters providing the perfect conditions for scuba diving, kayaking, windsurfing, and more.
Camal Beach is located at the southern end of Kargı Bay. This wonderful beach sits in a scenic bay away from hotels and hospitality venues, making it ideal for relaxing in peace and quiet. If you fancy an adventure with your kids, why not book a camel ride along the water? Enjoy the crystal-clear gentle waves from a unique perspective and make memories that will last a lifetime.
A few miles from Bodrum, hidden behind lush hills and pine forests, you can find Torba beach. Stroll along the shore to the farthest point to grab the best spot around, beneath the leafy shade of an enormous eucalyptus tree. Perfection!
Food and drink
Bodrum is well known for its beautiful and golden beaches. Still, its culinary scene is just as crucial to its unique attraction. Turkish food is famous for its fusion of flavours from the Mediterranean and the Middle East. And that’s just what you can expect from your holiday in Bodrum.
Explore traditional Turkish bars and restaurants, where you can pick from various cold and hot mezes packed with local ingredients that you may never have tasted before! Altinkum and Didim, with their exotic and vibrant markets, offer some of the best in the area. Don’t miss börek or dolma, traditional baked pastries filled with spinach, cheese, meat, or sweet ingredients – they’re super-traditional and a must while you’re in Bodrum!
Köy Restaurant is excellent for traditional Turkish food. Besides the classic durum and doner, the pide, a pizza-like flatbread with various toppings, is another delicious local speciality.
In the mood for a drink or two? You’re on holiday, after all. Head to Gumbet, the heart of Bodrum’s nightlife, with plenty of bars and nightclubs to suit any taste. If you fancy something more laid back, visit Limon Gümüşlük, where you can recline with a house lemonade made from freshly picked citrus – delicious!
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The lively port city of Izmir is situated on Turkey’s spectacular western coastline. It’s the third biggest settlement in the country, and has been a significant port on the Aegean Sea since ancient times. Today, Izmir holidays will take you to a cosmopolitan place, complete with a buzzy harbour, modern boutiques and a glorious pier built by none other than Monsieur Eiffel (of Eiffel Tower fame).
But you’ll still get a feel for tradition when you head for the bustling bazaars and explore the ancient landmarks. You’ll also find plenty of white-and-gold beaches in the area when you’re ready to relax.
Things to do
During holidays to Izmir, you’ll want to make sure you see every inch of the city. There’s a blend of old and new here, from the buzzing bazaars to the chic marina restaurants. And if you’re going in search of beaches, you’ll find a superb selection of sandy shores and quiet coves a short way away. If you’ve always fancied hanging ten then grab your board and paddle out to the line-up, as some of the beaches are great surfing spots. You won’t want to leave this region without seeing some of the region’s most famous historical sites, including the Ancient City of Ephesus.
There are several beautiful beaches near Izmir where you can spend your afternoons lounging on the soft, golden sand and paddling in the clear waters. Recline on a sun lounger whilst you enjoy the view of the water glistening in the sunlight. The beaches in Çeşme, Foca and Dikili are easily accessible via public transport from the city centre. Ilica Beach in Cesme is popular for its great amenities and cove of soft sand that gently shelves into warm shallow waters.
There’s a great choice of nightlife in Izmir from traditional dining to cocktail and wine bars. Spend your evenings in the wide range of bars and pubs and enjoy the lively atmosphere. There’s plenty of opportunity to dance the night away in one of the nightclubs if you fancy it, the majority of which can be found in the Kordon and Alsancak areas.
History to be explored
Izmir was once the ancient city of Smyrna, but is now a developed tourist destination surrounded by lush green mountains and set by a tranquil bay. The historical hub has a range of ancient buildings, castles and museums to visit. One thing that should be at the top of your to do list is the Birgi Cakiraga Mansion, as this unique building is crammed full of hand crafted artwork and has a brilliant view of the city.
Visit the area’s most famous archaeological site; the Ancient City of Ephesus, in the small town of Selcuk. It was once the Mediterranean’s thriving commercial centre and is significant for early Christianity. Visit the 4th century AD House of Virgin Mary, which is said to be where Mary lived after the death of Jesus. See the small church and bedrooms and drink from the fountain; its water is said to have curative properties. The impressive archaeological site has the remaining foundations of this once great city and carved columns from the Hellenistic Age. The area is also home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, The Temple of Artemis, and the Basilica of St John.
Places to stay
Located on the sparkling Aegean Coast, Kusadasi is one of the most idyllic spots in the region. The resort is loved for being the picture-perfect beach destination, with beautifully smooth white sand lapped by the azure ocean. Kusadasi is also the gateway to the region’s ancient sites and has a busy old town filled with authentic bazaars. Its modern centre is also something to shout about, with a top clubbing scene and plenty of bars and restaurants to pick from. The resort is within easy reach of Izmir city and Ozdere.
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