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Holidays to Turkey with If Only

Straddling the two continents of Asia and Europe, Turkey is an intriguing combination of East and West. Bustling bazaars and ancient sites meet chic shops and vibrant towns, and hundreds of Blue Flag-awarded beaches offer irresistible stretches of sand perfect for relaxing on. The best of the beaches can be found on the country’s beautiful Aegean coast, where resorts including Bodrum and Dalaman are unwavering favourites for stylish beach breaks. Turquoise waters and lush countryside encourages visitors to get active, with a myriad of watersports to try on the waves, and adrenaline-fuelled activities on land, whilst authentic eateries are the ideal spot for downtime, sampling platters of delicious meze delivered with the warm, friendly hospitality this nation is known for.

Our Destinations In Turkey

Sea views, ancient history and cosmopolitan culture await in the popular resorts of Bodrum and Dalaman.

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Six Senses Kaplankaya

Six Senses Kaplankaya

Bodrum, Turkey

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A stylish retreat with nature, sustainability and wellness at its heart

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From £3,039 per person

Hillside Beach Club

Hillside Beach Club

Dalaman, Turkey

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A beautiful beachfront resort brimming with facilities for all ages   

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Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum

Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum

Bodrum, Turkey

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A peaceful paradise with stunning surroundings and fantastic facilities.

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Highlights

Sun-drenched beaches and fascinating history provide the perfect backdrop for lazy days or action-packed excursions in Turkey.

Cruise the Turquoise Coast

The gorgeous sandy beaches, sparkling seas and lush green mountains of Turkey’s Turquoise Coast are begging to be explored, and what better way than on a traditional wooden sailing gulet boat? Take in the views along the coast…..secluded coves, charming villages, vibrant resorts and ancient sites, perhaps disembarking to explore on land or enjoy a leisurely lunch of traditional Turkish delights.

Cruise the Turquoise Coast
Discover the ancient city of Ephesus

Discover the ancient city of Ephesus

One of Turkey’s best known historical attractions, the ancient city of Ephesus is known for its grand scale and well-preserved remains. Visitors to this UNESCO World Heritage Site can get a taste of what life was like in days gone by wandering through its colonnaded streets and into the huge amphitheatre, the largest of the ancient world.

Get a bird’s eye view of Olu Deniz

The bluest of blue waters enveloping lush, pine tree covered mountains and a mesmerising stretch of sandy beach are views easily enjoyed at ground level, but for a truly memorable vista visitors can take to the skies. One of Turkey’s top locations for tandem paragliding, the nearby mountains are the perfect launch spot to appreciate the breathtaking aerial views along the coast.

Get a bird’s eye view of Olu Deniz

Useful Information

When To Visit

Turkey’s weather varies by region, but summer brings hot, sunny weather across the whole country. The Mediterranean and Aegean coasts bask in summer temperatures in excess of 30˚C and spring and autumn temperatures hovering closer to the twenties. Winters drop down significantly, averaging around 10˚C.

Location

Lying partly in Asia and partly in Europe, Turkey lies between Greece and Bulgaria to its west and Georgia, Azerbaijan and Iran to its east. Its north coast borders the Black Sea, whilst its southern shores border the Mediterranean.

Size

783,356 square kilometers

Local Time

GMT+3

Telephone code

+90

Visa

British Citizens travelling to Turkey for tourist or business purposes are able to travel without a visa for visits of up to 90 days in any 180-day period.

Currency

Turkish Lira (TRY)

Tipping

It's common to tip for good service in Turkey. As a general rule expect to tip around 10% of the bill.

Vaccinations

None are compulsory, however visitors should contact their doctor/medical practitioner for more information. As conditions can change quickly, please also check the current health requirements for Turkey on gov.uk.

Flying time

Between 3 hours 45 minutes and 4 hours 20 minutes dependent on destination airport.

Electricity

The standard voltage is 220 V and the frequency is 50 Hz and sockets are for round two pronged plugs.

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Language

Turkish

Smoking

Smoking in indoor public places and in all forms of public transport in Turkey is banned. Smoking outdoors is allowed and many places have outdoor areas where people can smoke.