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Turkey truly is a paradise waiting to be discovered. An incredibly varied and awe-inspiring country, Turkey offers you a breathtaking array of experiences and wonderful contrasts. To begin with, it's right at the heart of the world being at the crossroads of three geographical regions: Europe, Asia and the Middle East and historically, it is as rich as any tapestry.

Surely one of the main attractions of Turkey is its wonderful climate. Like most areas of the Mediterranean, Turkey has over 300 sunny days a year and with thousands of kilometres of coastline, it's the perfect place to enjoy long, lazy days on the beach.

Our properties are located in areas served by three International airports: Dalaman, Bodrum and Antalya. Most budget airlines fly to these airports from many of the regional airports in the UK.

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The Aegean Region. From ancient times, the Aegean coast has been praised for its beauty and climate. Long sandy beaches, secret coves, green olive trees, rocks and pine forests surround crystal clear waters while mild winter breezes fan through the bissful hazy summer days. Fishing harbours, sleepy villages, modern water sports, historical sites, wonderful restaurants and bazaars are all feature of the Aegean way of life.

Bodrum is a uniquely diverse holiday resort and town. It effortlessly combines ancient and modern, offering beautiful beaches, water sports, a brand new marina, excellent shopping, traditional bazaars, dining and nightlife alongside its proud cultural and historic heritage.

Turgutreis is the second largest town on the Bodrum peninsula and offers the visitor a real glimpse of Turkish life combined with enough water sports and leisure activities to suit everyone's tastes. The town has a newly built marina, a dazzling array of cafes and bars, excellent restaurants around the harbour serving typical Turkish specialities and there is a thriving nightlife as well. Famous for its long sandy beaches, Turgutreis is a place where you can still get away from it all.

Yalikavak. Charming whitewashed houses, cascading bougainvillea and many small cafes and shops is what makes Yalikavak so desirable. The town centre is traffic-free, there is excellent shopping and the small beach is great for those who like privacy.

Marmaris. Located on a bay surrounded by mountains and pine forests, Marmaris is where the Aegean and Mediterranean seas meet. It is a bustling holiday town with modern hotels, shops, lovely beaches and plenty of nightlife. Marmaris is an excellent place for water babies of all ages and the waters of Pamukkale are said to have restorative properties.

The Mediterranean Region. South of the majestic Taurus Mountains, lies the shores of the Mediterranean Sea with its beaches of fine sand, panoramic views of unrivalled beauty, ancient ruins, hidden coves and tempting hideaways.

Fethiye. On the hills of Mount Mendos, this pretty town sits on Turkey's "turquoise coast", so named because as the sun sets, its waters are the clearest turquoise shade imaginable. And Fethiye has even more riches in store for you. There are long, hot summers and warm, rainy winters. There are beautiful beaches, sailing on gulets, great shopping and dining, traditional bazaars and incredible cultural treasures.

Olu Deniz, famed for its breathtaking beauty, has become one of Turkey's most acclaimed resorts. A popular anchorage for visiting yachts, the beaches are wide arcs of golden sand sheltered by pine clad hills and the town itself has excellent bars, restaurants and nightlife. Sightseeing trips nearby include the Dalyan mud spas and Butterfly Valley, home to the rare and unique Jersey Tiger Butterfly.

Hisaronu. At 450 metres above sea level, Hisaronu benefits from fresh mountain air and stunning views over the coast. Situated between Olu Deniz and Fethiye, the village has a wide range of shops, cafes and restaurants to suit all tastes and a vibrant nightlife. Both Olu Deniz and Fethiye can be easily reached by dolmus, or Turkish minibus.

Ovacik. Nestling at the base of the dramatic Baba Gai mountains and close to Hisaronu, this is one of the prettiest spots in Turkey. Properties in Ovacik have stunning views over the surrounding pine and almond forests, orange groves and meadows. The village has plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants and it is close to the historical ghost village of Kayakoy, abandoned by its Greek inhabitants in 1923.

Gocek is on the coast next to Fethiye, and has developed from a tiny fishing village to an important harbour town and holiday resort. It still maintains its roots and the flower and vine covered old buildings of the village streets and the handsome square dominated by the local mosque give you a real flavour of Turkey. There is a lively tradditional and international feel to Gocek mirrored in its many bars and restaurants and the lively nightlife. This is an area of outsanding natural beauty.

Kalkan is a peaceful resort and fishing town on the beautiful turquoise coast, and is largely untouched by mass tourism. Situated o a beautiful bay with narrow twisting streets and whitewashed villas, Kalkan is a heavenly spot. Gastronomes will be pleased to know that fine dining has always been a way of life in Kalkan and it is said to have the highest number of restaurants and bars per inhabitant or square metre on the Turkish coast. Quiet and sleepy by day, at night kalkan bursts into life with locals and visitors alike thronging the streets.

Dalyan. This charming traditional Turkish fishing town is in an idyllic location. Situated on a river close to the sea, with its ildlife sanctuary, stunning mountain views and one of the most important archeaological sites in Turkey on your doorstep, Dalyan is a pretty special place to live. Jeep safaris are popular here as is white waer rafting, mountain biking, trekking, fishing, snorkelling and just sitting around admiring the views.

The Eastern Mediterranean Region is just as beautiful and as fascinating as its western counterpart and offers a rich mix of outstanding natural beauty, ancient historical sites and plenty of sport and leisure activities. It is also home to Antalya, Turkey's hottest holiday resort and the vibrant city of Alanya.

Kas. This lovely, quiet village has a timeless character with narrow cobbled lanes packed with shps and old Turkish houses festooned with flowering bougainvillea. Kas was known to the ancients as the "sponge capital of the world" and is home to one of the Mediterranean's best diving schools You will be introduced to cavd diving, sponge diving, the amazing amphora field and even some fascinating shipwrecks. The busy harbour is lined with restaurants and bars and it is a popular spot at night time.

Antalya lies at the foot of a mountain range and is one of the Mediterranean's most important cities and no Turkey's hottest holiday destination. a stunning holiday centre, the town boasts quiet palm-lined boulevards, parks excellent restaurants, a buzzing nightlife and a lovely marina. Antalya airport offers direct flights to the UK all year round. The symbol of Antalya is the Yvli Minaret, which was built in the 2nd Century BC.

Alanya. East of Antalya, Alanya is a thriving port city surrounded by orange, lemon and banana groves. Alanya nestles on a rocky cape between two glorious sandy beaches, one of which is named after Cleopatra as this is where the famous Egyptian queen is said to have taken her morning dips. Alanya is a beautiful resort with top class bars, restaurants and clubs, excellent shopping and traditional Turkish handicrafts.

Belek. In an area known as the Turkish Riviera, Belek is a favourite destination of Turke's jetset crowd. It is a relatively new purpose-built resort that has been carefully planned to blend in with its stunning environment of lush green pine and eucalyptus forests. There are five golf courses in the area as well as tennis clubs, swimming pools and athletic clubs.

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