A nation of intriguing cultures, honoured traditions and captivating sights. One of our newest destinations, Turkey, contains a patchwork of cultural nuances, from the Romans to Byzantines. Read on for a glimpse of this incredible nation and what you can discover there.
One of Turkey’s most famous foodie exports is the world-renowned Turkish delight. Head to one of the many market stalls within Turkey to find an abundance of this sweet treat in every possible colour and flavour. These markets are a complete treat for the senses with every food on earth ready and waiting for you to smell and taste. Think fragrant spices, fresh honeycomb and more to enjoy.
Whilst on-the-go, be sure to stop by one of the many bread-sellers for a taste of fantastic Pide or Gozleme. With a world of fillings and flavours to choose from, all freshly cooked to your taste.
Indulgent Turkish Resorts
Escape to Turkey for a string of indulgent resorts offering instant access to the stunning beaches and balmy waters. Perched on its own private peninsula, Xanadu Island offers a one-of-a-kind holiday with unbeatable views. With cliff-top heights an access to five beaches, D Maris Bay supplies a five-star experience on the shores of Belek and even accommodates solo travellers. For when you need a bit of a break from the world.
Families can also make the most of Turkey’s high-end properties. With Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort offering no less than 11 slides in the resort’s own water park as well as kids clubs for a range of ages.
A dream of ancient ruins dotted along the coastline, Side is home to a number of beach-side marvels. Set along the charming Old Town, the newer resorts of Side offer a pampering escape and a welcoming atmosphere. Explore second-century slave markets, the atmospheric Temple of Fortuna and more in this charming area. Nearby, the breath-taking waterfalls of Manavgat live within easy reach and are well worth a visit.
Bursting with flower-lined streets and ancient ruins, Bodrum is a picturesque seaside town at Turkey’s Southwestern corner. A law has long been in place restricting building heights, allowing Bodrum to keep its traditional charm. From the picturesque castle, all the way down to the white-washed, blue-trimmed houses and ancient ruins of the town, Bodrum has an unshakeable quaint Aegean feel.
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