Holiday Guide to Altinkum
Altinkum is becoming a very popular holiday destination for the British travellers, our Altinkum guide will show you why Altinkum is so populer. Altinkum has fantastic, beach- long coastline,history, a good night life which temps many tourists to Altinkum year after year.
Translated from Turkish, Altinkum means golden sand and the beach here has plenty of it. A beach resort with a lively resort feel, a First Choice Holiday for families, this Holiday Haven, is ideal for those who wish to spend the bulk of their Holiday On The Beach, yet, would also like to shop, explore and experience the history of such sites as the temple of Apollo, the ancient port of Miletus, or take an organised tour to Ephesus. At night this resort comes alive with music, from belly dancers to break dancers, the lively nightlife is popular with all age groups.Compare major package holiday companies prices for Altinkum Hotels. So whether you’re booking an all inclusive holiday to Altinkum, half board or self catering holiday in Altinkum information in our Altinkum guide will help you get the best experience possible from your low cost holiday.
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Holidays from £179 to Altinkum. Our Altinkum guide will help you get whatever you want out of your holiday in Altinkum and these destination guides will help you to have the trip of a lifetime in this gorgous and historic location.
Also you should read our Holiday Guide to Marmaris, Holiday Guide to Antalya, Holiday Guide to Turkey, Holiday Guide to Side, Holiday Guide to Alanya, Holiday Guide to Kemer, Holiday Guide to Bodrum, Holiday Guide to Kusadasi, Holiday Guide to Calis Beach , Holiday Guide to Dalyan to find out about the resorts.
Getting around Altinkum
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Beaches to visit in Altinkum
Altinkum main attraction are its three long sandy beaches, that stretch from the small harbour at one end of a gently shelving bay to a rocky cliff at the other end of the town.
Sightseing in Altinkum
Eating on Holiday in Altinkum
Altinkum has plenty of restaurants to suit everyone`s taste. The standard of the restaurants is excellent and you really are spoilt for choice. If you do get bored from the Turkish cuisine, there are plenty of restaurants to choose from that serves international cuisine like Chinese, Indian and Italian restaurants the best British is hard to beat Ali Baba’s for friendliness, price and quality. Also Mercury Restaurant serves top class English breakfasts, Barney’s Restaurant introducing holiday makers to the delights of Turkish cuisine. The Grand Restaurant in Dolphin Square, where the menu consists of Turkish, Indian, Chinese and English dishes, all of high standard and not to miss
Night Life in Altinkum
Altinkum it is not as rowdy as the major Turkish holiday resorts like Gumbet or Marmaris, those who wish to enjoy will find plenty of night life, entertainment and fun in Altinkum, Altinkum’s nightlife is centred mainly in Dolphin Square and in the bars along the sea front around the promenade. You can find from disco, dancing, karaoke and belly-dancing to bingo and pool, the entertainment companied by cheap drinks and cocktails. Altinkum night life catered for during the height of the summer season at Medusa night Club, an open-air night club that is regarded as Altinkum’s most lively party point. Another hot point for young people is the Dolphin Bar around the Dolphin Square.
Altinkum seafront is great for brushing up your haggling skills as shopping opportunities abound along the pedestrianised is great., Seafront promenade is packed with souvenir shops, jewellery stores and boutiques selling copies of designer clothing. The main centre in Altinkum is Dolphin Square, and there is a modern shopping complex called the Didyma Shopping Mall which is a great place to shop. There are a lot of Supermarkets around like Gima and Migros, between the seafront and town centre of Altinkum.