Amazing Beach Holiday Resorts in Turkey
Vacations are the best time to do something different from your daily routine. This is the time when you can focus on you and your family or friends. This time, instead of relaxing at home, you should do something different, like visiting a place which is pure bliss and magic. A place where you will find natural beauty, peace and energy to revive yourself along with the tasty cuisine it has to offer you.
Whether you are looking for a sunny climate to enjoy sandy beaches, or to indulge in the rich heritage it has to offer, or you’re looking for something to make your taste buds dance, or the nightlife as well as shopping sprees, whatever you desire from a holiday, you will get all these here.
The place offers you a wide range of historical sites and various amazing beach holiday resorts along the Mediterranean Sea and Aegean coasts. Here are some of the best beach holiday resorts which will enhance your holiday experience in all ways.
Patara is the longest and most beautiful beach in Turkey, situated near the Lycian city on the Turkish Riviera coast. It’s about 18 kms long and can spread up to a width of 200-300 metres. You will love its warm shallows, body durable waves and the dunes. The calm Patara Viewpoint Hotel is set around a pool on a tranquil, verdant slope behind the ruins of a Roman city. The place is known for providing friendly service for its visitors for more than two decades- a service that incorporates free rides to and from the shoreline and an optional barbeque weekly.
Studded with olive forests and domed white Ottoman-period reservoirs, the lovely rough finger of the Bodrum Peninsula is also one of the favourite beaches in Turkey. You will love the food here and the lovely beaches such as Bitez and Türbükü, and windsurfing opportunities are in abundance. The Mandarin Oriental Bodrum, is situated on the lush northern shore of the landmass. It has two beaches of its own, a modern spa, a pool complex, chic eateries and cool sounds provided by Istanbul’s hip Babylon club. It is the most sophisticated beach holiday resort in the area.
Though you might see several promotional posters here, provided by the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism, you won’t be able to deny the fact that the wonderful, pine-bordered and mountain-supported lagoon of Oludeniz is precisely an pristine heaven. There’s are many things to do as well, aside from swimming in the clear blue waters of the lagoon or taking a boat to the beautiful shoreline at Butterfly Valley. You will love staying at the beachfront resort of Oludeniz, the Oyster Residences, which is a beautiful, reasonably priced hotel set among rich vegetation with a pretty pool.
Antalya is the fifth most beautiful beach of Turkey. For those who are looking for a traditional Mediterranean beach and a poolside holiday along with easy access to the nightlife and shopping centres, this the best place. You will get plenty of bars, restaurants, and clubs in its old walled quarter and the suburbs are loaded with shiny new malls and cinemas.
The Su Hotel is the only hotel which has an all-white concept, located at the curve where Konyaalti beach meets limestone cliffs, where the city is built.
You will love the giant pool, the view of the amazing blue gulf mountains, and other amenities.
No words can define the beauty of Alanya, as it’s clustered around the big, citadel-crowned rock approaching high over the Mediterranean, and backed by the tough Taurus Mountains. Even the beauty of the city along its sides can’t take away its particular charms. It has plenty of historical sites to explore, as it was once the home of pirates in the Roman Era and was mainly settled under the Seljuk Turks. Apart from that, it offers boat trips around the rock and incredible swimming from the shorelines toward the east and west. You can easily explore the place by staying at the beautiful boutique Villa Turka hotel. Molded from an appealing period Ottoman townhouse, the lodging is in a serene area underneath the old city dividers on the rock of Alanya, with far reaching ocean views.