Take the stress out of your next Mediterranean escape by choosing to go on one of these all inclusive holidays to Turkey. These escapes include affordable rates from high-quality resorts and hotels in Turkey's most popular tourist regions. With the addition of on-site sports, excursions to local sights, and delicious cuisine, these packages feature everything families, couples, and solo travellers need while they enjoy some time away. With these breaks. everything is included when you book, allowing travellers to make big savings. So have a look at these Turkish delights and book a cut-price getaway that excites your imagination.
Turkey offers a dazzling range of potential destinations, all with their own special attractions. Here are some highlights for travellers to choose.
Sun yourself beside the lapping waters of the Mediterranean, lose yourself in bazaars, before emerging with all manner of souvenirs, be transported to the time of the Trojan Wars, or explore trails to hidden villages and waterfalls. Turkey is a huge country, with an endless supply of activities and experiences. It's hard to do justice to everything you could see or do during cheap all inclusive holidays in Turkey, but here's a taster of a few possibilities.
Dining out in Turkey is one of the country's most enticing experiences. Forget about your Turkish meals back home. The real thing is much more diverse, and usually much more satisfying. Down south, don't miss Adana kebabs (cooked on barbecue skewers), or a platter of köfte (meatballs), while in the north, seafood dishes are much more common. When you're out an about in cities, nothing beats a pide (Turkish pizza), followed by a box of baklava. Although, if you're extra hungry, check out Istanbul's hugely popular baked potato stalls. They truly redefine what you can do with simple spuds. Whether you love meat feasts, the fruit of the sea, or veggie salads, Turkey has something for you. Be adventurous, and work up an appetite. You won't be disappointed.
When you book a Turkey holiday, expect constant sunshine and high temperatures, at least between April and October, when most tourists arrive. During high season, the average temperature hovers around 25 degrees centigrade, with regular highs above 30 degrees. Between May and October, rainfall drops as well, so taking waterproofs and umbrellas isn't a necessity. Instead, focus on sunscreen, hats, and beach attire. You'll need it. If you want to explore out of season options, October or March could be good times to visit the Mediterranean coast. Beach weather is usually guaranteed, although there may be slightly more rain than peak season. But with so much else to do, that's not usually a problem.
Travellers from the UK currently require a visa to enter Turkey, and visas are valid for 90 days in a 180 day period. They can be purchased via the Turkish embassy, and each application carries a fee of around £15, which can be paid via standard credit cards. Applications can be made up to 3 months before you travel, but don't leave it too late. Processing will take 48 hours at least, and a valid visa is essential to enter the country. Don't get caught out.