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Often hailed as the place where East meets West, Turkey is a fascinating country packed full of stunning sights, intriguing sounds and scintillating smells. With glorious, sandy beaches along the Mediterranean and Aegean Costs, an incredible plethora of historical sites, delicious, hearty cuisine and an often lively atmosphere, the country has a wide range of attractions to keep everyone happy.

Destinations we fly to in Turkey:

Antalya

Bodrum

Dalaman

Why fly to Turkey?

Turkey’s incredible variety is what makes it such a great place to take a holiday. By booking a flight to Turkey, you have access to the everything you could want in terms of weather, culture, scenery and history - it’s all there.  Visiting Turkey’s northern regions is completely different to its Mediterranean coast in terms of heritage, climate and lifestyle. You could visit the various parts of the country year after year and still find something new and exciting every time. Black Sea Turkey is home to mountainous terrain, where the forests are great for active holidays. Mediterranean Turkey boasts a warm climate year round and the fragmented coastline is lapped by beautiful waters. Aegean Turkey is a mix of history and beaches with ancient ruins and glorious white sands reflecting the diversity of the region.

Plus, Turkey is great value for money. An all inclusive holiday to Turkey is likely to cost much less than other European beach destinations. Book a flight with a last minute deal to save even more, head out with the whole gang on a family holiday to a hotel with a huge water park, try an all inclusive holiday if you want ultra-relaxation and plenty of cocktails, or use our clever search engine to find the cheapest holidays year round.

Top destinations in Turkey

Antalya
Deposit from £49 per person

Antalya from £130 pp

Dalaman
Deposit from £49 per person

Dalaman from £158 pp

Aegean Coast
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Aegean Coast from £179 pp

Top resorts in Turkey

Side
Deposit from £49 per person

Side from £141 pp

Marmaris
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Marmaris from £158 pp

Alanya
Deposit from £49 per person

Alanya from £130 pp

Most popular hotels in Turkey

Kervansaray Marmaris Hotel
Kervansaray Marmaris Hotel
Kervansaray Marmaris Hotel

Marmaris, Dalaman

from £244 pp
Kadikale Resort And SPA
Kadikale Resort And SPA
Kadikale Resort And SPA

Turgutreis, Aegean Coast

from £361 pp
Side Su Hotel
Side Su Hotel
Side Su Hotel

Side, Antalya

from £274 pp
Kentia Apartments
Kentia Apartments
Kentia Apartments

Side, Antalya

from £185 pp
Grand Prestige Hotel and SPA
Grand Prestige Hotel and SPA
Grand Prestige Hotel and SPA

Side, Antalya

from £261 pp
Aurum Spa And Beach Resort
Aurum Spa And Beach Resort
Aurum Spa And Beach Resort

Didim, Aegean Coast

from £342 pp
Merhaba Hotel
Merhaba Hotel
Merhaba Hotel

Alanya, Antalya

from £138 pp
Ramada Resort Hotel
Ramada Resort Hotel
Ramada Resort Hotel

Lara Beach, Antalya

from £383 pp

Our Top Tip For Turkey

Visit a Turkish Bath, known as a Hamam, as soon as you arrive. This traditional beauty treatment is made up of scrubs, massages and oils that will enhance your tan – very worthwhile for the small cost of around £20!

Turkey highlights

Relax in Antalya

A city of real scenic beauty, Antalya is a wonderful hub of activity blessed with sensational surroundings and long, sandy beaches. The Kaleiçi old quarter is a must. A charming throwback to older times, this network of winding streets seems eras away from the nearby city buzz. The two main beaches, Konyaalti and Lara, are packed with tourists attractions so there’s plenty to get up to on either. However, the sands themselves are so stunning you might just want to bask on them all day long.

Oludeniz and the Blue Lagoon

Oludeniz is a small beach resort and can be reached by flying to Dalaman. Surrounded by dramatic, craggy mountains and its Blue Lagoon is probably one of Turkey’s most beautiful and natural attractions. The Lagoon itself is a remarkable sight, with the waters being of the most vivid of blues. The beach surrounding it and leading back out onto the bay is a combination of sand and shingle and the village behind it is full of lovely restaurants and shops. Here, you can also partake in many adventure sports, with the pick of the lot being paragliding from Babadag Mountain. All day you will see brave tourists making the jump and then slowly swirling back down to the beach front. As you might expect, the views at 1,960 metres are truly breathtaking.