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The Holiday Resorts of Turkey

 There are many great resorts to choose from on holidays to Turkey for you to stay and then attractions to visit.

Istanbul is probably the most famous city to be synonymous with everything related to Turkey although it is no longer the political capital of Turkey. This city was previously known as the Constantinople, it is to be found on the west of Europe and the East side of Asia since it is divided by the Bosphorus River and from the mix features a mix of religions and cultures that makes holidays Turkey such a memorable experience.

Gumbet has a beautiful sandy beach which is easily reachable from most of the main hotels which makes it an ideal resort location for the sunbathing enthusiasts and those who have children with them on holidays Turkey. There is also plenty to see here to keep all amused from water parks, monuments, restaurants and bars and shopping districts.

Bitez is the place to go if you are in search of a traditional Turkish village. The focus here is on the beautiful beach, all the activity can be found here. It is recommended if you do go here that you take a gullet trip to one of the less developed villages and then later relaxing in the safe hands of the Turkish hospitality and enjoy an amazingly cooked gullet.

Bodrum is quite different, it is a cosmopolitan resort full of top restaurants, individual resorts and cafes overlooking the harbour, perfect for enjoying a coffee. In the evening there is plenty of nightlife, which Bodrum is quite famous for, attracting the young and stylish from many parts of Turkey. There is also the chance to take a boat trip around the bays and villages of the Bodrum Peninsula.

Dalaman is a growing resort with many golf courses available with more on the way plus many villas available for purchase should you decide to stay! Here you can see the ancient tombs and relax in a Dalyan mud bath.

This resort feature should help you decipher which is the best suited resort for your holidays Turkey.

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