Pegasos World

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If you want both the big and beautiful boxes ticked off, head for this place. The new waterpark's is out of this world, and the beach isn't far behind thanks to its Blue Flag ... Continue reading

If you want both the big and beautiful boxes ticked off, head for this place. The new waterpark’s is out of this world, and the beach isn’t far behind thanks to its Blue Flag rating.

This place wasn’t satisfied with having one of the best pool scenes in the Med, so it’s added a fab new waterpark to its portfolio.

You’re just a hop, skip and jump away from the beach here. A wide avenue leads right down to Blue Flag sands that go on for more than half a mile.

The new waterpark has 13 white-knucklers, so you’ll be taking on the Black Hole and Super Drop in no time. And younger kids can roam between a pirate ship, pint-sized slides and a spray park in their own zone.

A huge pool comes with a bar serving up drinks. Snacks and lunches come courtesy of the Gemi Bar. It’s all wrapped up in a tropical theme, so the pool bar’s topped with a palm-thatched roof.


  • There’s tons of sporty stuff
  • Like beach volleyball
  • Mini-football and tennis
  • Plus pool activities like water polo and aqua gymnastics
  • There are kids’ clubs for little ones
  • Plus a teens’ zone
  • Low-key things to try include bowling
  • Archery and shuffleboard
  • The hotel’s also got its own shopping mall, with clothes and accessories stores
  • As well as 6 bars
  • You’ve got nightly shows in the amphitheatre
  • There’s special kids’ entertainment – Captain Popcorn is highly rated by parents on TripAdvisor – and an al fresco disco in the summer
  • Inside
  • You’ll find a pool paired with a steam room
  • Sauna and Turkish bath
  • 824
  • 4 Star

Food and Drink

The buffet restaurant has an al fresco section overlooking the pool. There are regular themed nights, carvery stations where roast chicken and lamb are cut to order, and nightly barbecues on the terrace.

A trio of à la cartes serve up Italian, Asian and Turkish dishes, and during the day you can grab things like burgers and chips from Gemi Bar.

  • Meal at each à la carte
  • Midnight snacks
  • Patisserie
  • Unlimited access to the wettest and wildest waterparks
  • All parks tried and rated by our expert slide testers
  • Kids' clubs at selected hotels
  • Waterparks are in the hotel grounds or a free shuttle bus ride away
  • Wide choice of destinations around the world

Just so you know, height restrictions apply to some rides and slides. See individual hotel pages on our website for more details

  • Multi-lane Slides
  • Feature Slides
  • Speed Slides
  • Body Slides
  • Kids Slides

“A brand new waterpark and one of the biggest pools in the Med? We’re sold. Plus, there’s the children’s zone, where kids can rocket down slides and pretend to be a pirate for a day. Well worth a tip-top 10, in our book.”


Room facilities

Rooms are light and spacious with air-conditioning and satellite TV. Family suites have had a top-to-toe refurb for May 2014, sleep up to 4 with a double and twin beds in separate bedrooms. Balcony and limited sea-view family suites are available for a supplement. There are also 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom suites, which sleep up to 5 and the 5th bed is for a child.





Price Overview

The prices shown below show the cheapest holiday offers for the Pegasos World in Side. Please use the price links to see all holiday deals available for that month.

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Payment Options

Payment options accepted:

We do not charge a fee to our customers who use debit cards, but credit cards do incur a fee of 2.5% of the payment value.

To make booking a holiday at Pegasos World in Side easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Pegasos World with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.

Situated on a peninsula and flanked by two stretches of golden beach, the pretty holiday resort town of Side is a jumble of old and new, with an extensive range of tourist accommodation, shops, late-night bars and restaurants mixed in among the ruins of the ancient city. In the centre of town is the magnificent 2nd-century theatre with beautiful views towards the sea, and the remains of the Roman Baths houses an impressive collection of artefacts.

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Side is full of antique ruins, but the Aspendos theatre and Apollon Temple are the most popular. The harbour is full of interesting boat tours and activities, including trips around Side or to neighbouring towns. The turtles can be visited on a daily tour, and the white sand beaches provide activities like scuba diving, parasailing, horse riding, and swimming. Nearby Manavgat has some beautiful natural sights, including a beautiful waterfall.


Side has a variety of restaurants, ranging from Western style food to local delicacies like dolmades and kebabs. Anatolia Cafe is a popular place for English breakfasts and roasts.


Most of Side's nightlife is concentrated along the beachfront. There are a few lively bars and clubs, but they don't stay open very late.


The shopkeepers in Side have a reputation for pestering tourists, especially in the city centre. Many shops will not display prices, so be prepared to ask and haggle. Busy streets that lead down to the sea are lined with souvenir shops selling typical Turkish handicrafts like carpets, jewellery and leather goods. You can take a bus to the Manavgat market on Thursdays, which has the usual souvenir options like t-shirts and leather goods. The main markets are fun and have a lively atmosphere, but the best deals can usually be found in quieter areas.


Side can be very crowded on weekends, when many local tourists visit.

Essential Information

Time Zone

Plug Type

Voltage 220V 50Hz
Language: Turkish,
Currency: Turkey Lira (TRY)

This week's weather forecast

34°C Low 24°C
Today: Tue 28 Jun
33°C Low 24°C
Wed 29 Jun
33°C Low 25°C
Thu 30 Jun
37°C Low 26°C
Fri 01 Jul
39°C Low 26°C
Sat 02 Jul

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Questions and Answers about Pegasos World

If you can’t find what you’re looking for or if you have a question about this specific hotel, please get in touch via the Add a Question button below. Our knowledgeable team will aim to respond to your question within 72 hours. In the meantime, previously asked questions can be found below and answers to some of the most commonly asked questions can be found on our FAQs page.

5 Questions | 7 Answers

Hello sam
Irons are available to hire from reception at a small charge alternatively you could take a small travel iron with you
Regards zara

Added 10 months, 1 week ago.

By Zara.Drant, team member

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Some slides do have a height restriction of 120cm, thanks Esther

Added 1 year ago.

By Esther, team member

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Hi Carl, the hotel offers a laundy service at a local charge.

Added 1 year, 2 months ago.

By Lisa.Weldon, team member

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HI Carl, The hotel does offer a laundry services, (local charges will apply). Thanks

Added 1 year, 1 month ago.

By Leanne, team member

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This hotel is in a remote area but has its own shopping arcade.

Added 1 year, 8 months ago.

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By Charlotte, team member

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We would suggest taking a small amount of Lira out with you - but many places will accept Euros as well.

Added 1 year, 11 months ago.

By Alex, team member

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Most restaurants, bars and shops in Turkey accept both Euros and Turkish Lira. If you decide to visit the local markets or grab a taxi, it is advised you use Turkish Lira as stall holders and taxi drivers do not always have euros to use as change.

Added 1 year, 11 months ago.

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