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The Turkish Riviera, sometimes referred to as the Turquoise Coast, is located in Southwest Turkey and includes the resorts of Alanya, Antalya, Kemer, Fethiye, Marmaris, Bodrum, Kusadasi and Cesme.

With approximately 620 miles of shoreline, two of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World are located in this area; the ruins of the Mausoleum of Maussollos in Halicarnassus and the Temple of Artemis in Ephesus.  This area is a cultural treasure trove that provides stories of mythological characters, conflicts and myths.


Fethiye, Olu Deniz & Hisaronu

Located on the southwestern coast of Turkey, Fethiye, Olu Deniz & Hisaronu are beautiful tourist resorts known for idyllic beaches, dramatic mountainous scenery, and sparkling Mediterranean waters.  Olu Deniz is often referred to as Turkey's most beautiful beach and offers a long sandy beach, a stunning cobalt blue bay, and an abundance of watersports including parasailing, snorkelling expeditions and boat cruises.

Butterfly Valley is a popular day out and offers dramatic cliffs, secluded coves, and countless colourful butterflies.  



Antalya is the largest city on the Mediterranean coast in Turkey.  It is a popular resort with families, couples, and singles, with beautiful beaches and lush mountainous backdrops, Antalya is a picture-perfect resort.   The old city district of Kaleici is worth visiting, with narrow winding cobblestone streets that wrap around the old Roman harbour, there are plenty of other historical sites to visit whilst in the area such as the Aspendos Roman theatre, believed to be the most well preserved in the world.  No visit to Antalya is complete without a visit to Karst Springs, Karain Cave, and Koprulu Canyon National Park.



Alanya is a beach resort situated on Turkey's central Mediterranean coast. With white sand beaches and exquisite hotels, there is little wonder that Alanya is so popular with tourists. Famous for Cleopatra Beach, it is believed this was a favourite swimming spot of the Egyptian queen.  There is plenty to do during the day, one of the main attractions is Alanya Castle, a huge Seljuk-era fort and open-air museum that stands on the rocky peninsula above the town and offers views across to the Cilician mountains. Whilst visiting Alanya you must also visit Tersane, Turkey's last remaining Seljuk-built shipyard; the Red Tower, an octagonal defence tower built to protect the castle; and Ehmedek, a Turkish fortress built during Ottoman and Seljuk times.


The Bodrum Peninsula

Turkey is surrounded by four seas; the Mediterranean in the South, the Aegean in the West, the Marmara in the North West and the Black Sea in the North.  The Bodrum Peninsula is located in the West of Turkey, the area is peppered with historical sites including Bodrum Castle, Halicarnassus, the Ottoman Shipyard and Karakaya Village.

The Bodrum Peninsula is home to twelve towns and villages along it's shores and is known as one of the most picturesque coastlines in Turkey.  With over 174 kilometres of coastline, sandy beaches, secluded coves and plenty of restaurants, cafes & bars, there are plenty of photo opportunities and places to sit back and watch the world go by. 



Marmaris is located in the Mugla Province on the Turkish Riviera.  Nestled between two sets of mountains by the sea, there are few traces of the sleepy fishing village of Marmaris that once existed.  Famous for it's beaches and watersports, there are also small islands sitting off the boastline including Cleopatra's Island, famous for soft, white sands.

Visitors to Marmaris can also visit the Greek Islands of Symi and Rhodes, by taking one of the many boat trips leaving from the harbour.



A seaside resort located 27 miles west of Antalya, Kemer offers a natural environment including sea, mountains and pine forests.  The beaches in this area tend to be stoney rather than sandy.  The resort also has a 320 capacity yacht marina surrounded by restaurants, bars, cafes and upscale boutiques.



Kusadasi is a large resort and seaside destination located an hour South of Izmir.  The name of the resort has the Turkish meaning of bird island, as when seen from the sea you can see the shape of a birds head.

Kusadasi is the coastal gateway to Ephesus and is turkey's busiest cruise port.  With breathtaking beaches, street markets, turquoise waters and beach clubs popular with tourists, Kusadasi is one of the most visited areas in Turkey for holidaymakers.


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Turkey enjoys sunny days and a warm year-round Mediterranean climate. The summer months enjoy particularly hot temperatures whilst the winter months are much milder.

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Flights to Dalaman, Izmir and Antalya are available from various UK airport.  Flight time is approximately 4 hours and 20 minutes



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