Turkey is become a very popular holiday destination for the British travelers, our Turkey guide will show the way why Turkey is so popular. Turkey is fantastic, beach- long coastline and the Istanbul city breaks, invites many tourists to Turkey year after year.
Istanbul, with its history, unlimited scenic and historical beauties is a very unique city that has been capital to many civilizations from past to present and still continues to be home to residents from all over the world. The fairy chimneys of Cappadocia took form over millions of years and are around the most beautiful sample of natural design. The fairy chimneys and the houses and churches carved by settlers out of these rocks have been preserved for centuries with great care. The fairy chimneys and magnificent frescoes carved inside are among one of the must-see sites in this area.
If you’re looking for a cheap holiday in Turkey, our Turkey guide will help you how you can make the most of a low budget visit to this fantastic country. Compare Travel Market web site will help you find the best resorts, hotels and places to shop and eat for a top quality cheap or low cost holiday.
Whether you’re booking a all inclusive holiday, half board or self catering holiday in Turkey. Information in Turkey guide destination guides to help you get the best experience possible from your low cost holiday. Most resorts in Turkey, such as Altinkum,Marmaris, Bodrum, Kusadasi and Olu Deniz, offer lovely sandy beaches, plenty of water sports, a wide range of accommodation from self catering holidays to all inclusive, great food and plenty of good nightlife to go and enjoy your time.
If you’re looking for last minute holiday to Turkey, we will become very handy with our Turkey guide to the latest holiday deals. Our Turkey destination guides will give advantage topick quick but educational insight into the best way to enjoy a love coast trip to Turkey. We’ll give you all the information you need to ensure your visit in Turkey isn’t wast making the decisions to where to go and what to do.
Low cost Holidays to Turkey from £99. Turkey guide will help you get whatever you want out of your holiday in Turkey and these destination guides will help you to have the trip of a lifetime in this gorgeous and historic location.
Also you should read our Holiday Guide to Marmaris, Holiday Guide to Olu Deniz, Holiday Guide to Antalya, Holiday Guide to Dalyan, Holiday Guide to Calis Beach, Holiday Guide to Side, Holiday Guide to Alanya, Holiday Guide to Kemer, Holiday Guide to Bodrum, Holiday Guide to Kusadasi, Holiday Guide to Altinkum to find out about the resorts.
Getting around Turkey
Beaches to Visit in Turkey
Hotel Kum, Saros Bay
The hotel, with campsite, sits on the western shores of the Gallipoli peninsula near Canakkale. The word kum means sand in Turkish language. The beach is a stretch of perfect fine sand, gently sloping into the clear waters of Saros Bay. There is plenty of shade provided to escape the heat of an Aegean summer day, and hotel staff comes regularly to take orders for food and drink.
At this goldy sandy beach the water is incredibly clean. You can walk for a long time, and the water will still be around your hips. I would recommend some cafes, where you pay to enter; you get your parasol, sun-lounger, and cushion. Not so crowded, and very peaceful. They also serve food from their own kitchen – try the yoghurt drink with herbs.
This resort has sand that is like cane sugar and the water is very warm. Some well knowen birds like Flamingoes and other birds can often be seen bathing in the salt water inland, and the area nearby is a nature reserve, so pack the binoculars and cameras. The black mud from a spot just along the shoreline is also used by tourists for healing skin and its called mud bath.
Kaputas beach, Kas
Kaputas Beach is well worth what is a steep descent, by a flight of steps, from the coast road. Locals and tourists use it but even during the high season you’ll find that it’s not over crowded. Kaputas Beach more pebble than sand, but the swimming is great. Best moment, what really sets it apart is the family run gözleme (pancake) establishment that is set up under an awning, where the grandmother turns out sweet and savoury snacks with alarming rapidity.
Patara Beach, Antalya
Patara Beach stunning 11 miles of unbroken sand dunes is undeveloped save for one community-run cafe. The beach is off-limits after sunset to allow for the nocturnal life of the loggerhead Carretta Carretta (sea turtles). If you are lucky, you can witness a simultaneous sunset and moonrise from the top of a hill. It’s magical.
Butterfly valley, Ölüdeniz
Butterfly valley laid-back, bohemian, Butterfly valley is right at the base of the Babadag mountain. Spend a day swimming, gently hiking to a waterfall and swinging in a hammock in the cool, stone tea house for rest of the day. You could stay in a pre-erected tent, enjoying communal meals and drinks in the aptly named Rock Bar – and there were campfires with music to enjoy, too.
Mermerli beach, Antalya
Mermerli beach is a tiny beach is just a stone’s throw from the bustle of Antalya’s shopping, eating and drinking centre. Pay just about £3.50 at the entrance to the Mermerli restaurant and descend the wooden staircase to the sandy beach. Mermerli beach you will be offered sun loungers and shades and served drinks, ice-creams or freshly cooked food from the restaurant above.
Iztuzu Beach, Dalyan
Iztuzu Beach is an incredible eco-beach. Catch the local bus from main road in Dalyan for a breathtaking ride and then walk from the last stop through the nature reserve to the far cove. Yogis, snorkellers, dippers, a class from the local school and a vast space. There are restrictions you can’t put sun umbrellas into the sand in June and July as the loggerhead turtle eggs are hatching just below the surface.
Olympos to Ç?ral?
Olympos beach that runs from the ruins at Olympos to Ç?ral? has everything you need. There are quiet fish restaurants and yoga at Ç?ral?, and at Olympos, backpackers and rock climbers sip beers and share communal meals at the tree houses all day and night. Above, on Mount Olympos, are the famous flames of the Chimaera.
Kabak Bay, Ölüdeniz
Kabak Bay it’s mostly locals that you’ll find here – a complete lack of watersports, plastic sun beds and boat trips gives Kabak its tranquil, hippy-esque vibe. There is a good choice of accommodation, some of which is shabby-chic. I would recommend staying in a wooden bungalows by the sea side: a lovely pool, fresh food, and chickens wandering around add to the ambience of Kabak Bay.
Olu Deniz Beach- Fethiye
Olu Deniz Beach is a stunning bay, with a laid-back atmosphere and one of the most beautiful beaches in Turkey. Olu Deniz Beach lagoon, now a protected area, has understandably adorned a million picture postcards every year. Olu Deniz’s main beach is bordered by an attractive promenade lined with small shops, cafes and restaurants making it ideal for a wonderful beach holiday. There are not many places on earth that offers as much diversity as Oludeniz. For those holiday makers who looking for relaxing breaks and that enjoy a laid-back holiday of sunbathing and a few nice evenings out, Olu Deniz is perfect spot for you.
Calis Beach- Fethiye
Calis Beach is a very popular holiday resort on Turkey’s “turquoise coast” – and the crystal clear deep blue seas explain the name easily. Calis Beach is reported to have around 300 days of sun each year – and the beach is lined almost from end to end with restaurants serving superb Turkish cuisine and international food. The Calis promenade is the place to watch the simply stunning Calis sunsets while you sipping your drink.
Sightseeing in Turkey
Eating on Holiday in Turkey
Shopping in Turkey
Popular beach hotels in Turkey
The Ephesus Princess Hotel- Kusadasi, The Omer Holiday Village -Kusadasi, Xanadu Resort- Belek, Atlantis De Lux Hotel- Belek,