Accommodation seaside resorts Turkey

Turkey is one of the few countries that spans two continents. Over 95% of Turkey is in Southwest Asia and this part is called the Anatolian Peninsula, while the other continent it is part of is Europe, with a percentage of less than 5%, being called the Balkan Peninsula.

It borders 8 other countries: Greece and Bulgaria to the northwest; Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan to the northeast; Iran to the east; Iraq and Syria to the south. It is a member state of the UN, NATO, OSCE, OIC, OECD and the Council of Europe. 2005 saw the opening of negotiations between the European Union and officials in Turkey's capital Ankara.

The landfall between the two Turkish peninsulas is the Bosphorus Strait. Anatolia has the Black Sea in the north and the Mediterranean Sea in the south. In the west are the Aegean Sea and the Sea of Marmara. Geographers consider Turkey a part of Europe because of its cultural, political and historical characteristics. Turkey's geographical position between Europe and Asia and between the three seas has been a historical crossroads, being the homeland and battleground of many civilisations and a huge trading centre.

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Seaside tourism in Turkey

Many West Coast tourists choose the Turquoise Coast - here Mediterranean Sea and ancient ruins blend in perfectly with the ridges of the Taurus Mountains. A good choice is also to visit Istanbul, especially the canal between Asia and Europe, here the walls of Troy still stand just as imposing.

Antalya is located on the southern coast of the country and is the largest resort in Turkey. The fame of this resort is due to its location, right at the foot of the Taurus Mountains and is a great choice if you want as much activity as possible on your holiday. Here you can find golf courses, rafting, diving in the Mediterranean Sea, Troy Aqua Park, historical excursions around the ancient towns of Kaleici and Aspendos. Antalya is a very attractive resort for shopping and for those jeep trips through the desert.

Of course, the best beach is in the Antalya resort area, it is called Blue Flag Beach Lara and it is only 7 km from the city. Here we will find numerous beach bars and restaurants nearby to relax properly, and umbrellas and sunbeds are not a problem.

The Dalaman region is known as the liveliest area on the Turkish coast. Marmaris is the resort that offers nightlife lovers unforgettable experiences. Most pubs open early and organize karaoke parties. Clubs open much later but stay open until the morning - some suggestions would be Green House, Back Street or Crazy Daisy.

In addition to the nightlife of the resort, here we can also experience diving, sailing and canoeing thanks to the marinas.

Prices on the Turkish coast

Offers for luxurious resorts such as Antalya start from 450-500 euros depending on the city you want to take off from, unless you choose to travel by car.

Resorts on the Turkish coast

Belek is the most attractive resort with most luxury hotels and a lot of vegetation. The beaches are populated by hotels and in high season are quite crowded. Belek is a golf lover's resort with no less than 6 absolutely beautiful golf courses.

The resort Kemer is a resort that puts more emphasis on nature, because here the sea and the mountain meet. The water is very clean, this resort even has the distinction of "Blue Flag". Here are organized some superb cruises with luxurious yachts. The most famous beach is Moonlight Beach.

Alanya is full of fine sandy beaches and all inclusive resorts. There are plenty of low-priced accommodation offers and it's a perfect resort for relaxing without too many expectations.

The resort Bodrum is located in western Turkey - here are the ruins of the Mausoleum, one of the 7 Wonders of the World. In Bodrum we find numerous accommodation options for different tastes and budgets with about 600 accommodation units.

The resort Kusadasi is located on the west coast of Turkey 90 km from the resort of Izmir. Here the restaurants have a marine character due to the fact that Kusadasi Setur Marina is one of the largest ports in Turkey.

The resort Marmaris can reach a very large number of tourists, due to the numerous facilities and facilities of the accommodation units, but also the views offered by this resort.

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The resort Izmir is the place where we can spend an active night life with all the necessary comforts, and the plane lands 10 km from the resort. The hotel is easily reached by local transport.

Fethiye not a typical resort, here the god Apollo is supposed to have fallen from the sky. This town is perfect if you want to get an enviable tan, go shopping or treat your partner to a romantic dinner.

The resort Antalya is considered the queen of the Turkish seaside, offering countless options for holidaying. The boulevards are lined with palm trees, the streets narrow and the hotels luxurious. The port city guarantees sunshine all summer long and that's why 30% of foreign tourists choose Turkey for their holidays. Antalya is called the "Turkish Riviera".

Accommodation on the Turkish coast

Due to the luxury accommodation, the resorts have a large number of 5-star hotels where you can stay. In Bodrum you will find exclusive hotels such as Kefaluka, Club Blue Dreams, Rixos, Baia, etc.

Here you will find exclusive amenities and facilities, as well as a wonderful view.


  • By air: flights from Romania are direct flights, non-stop, and this type of transport can also be included in the all inclusive offer.
  • You can also choose to travel by coach or personal car, taking advantage of stops until you reach your destination.
  • By rail, you can opt for the TGV, or high-speed train, which was inaugurated in 2014 and provides a link between Ankara and Istanbul.

Why choose the Turkish coast?

- The variety of resorts is one reason, Turkish coast can be elected 10 years in a row and you will still get tired of it or you can say it is nothing new to you;

- For seafood lovers, Turkey is the perfect place;

- Those Turkish bazaars and their specific clothes will make you discover the Turkish clothing mysteries;

- Very good, fine drinks, famous in Europe;

- There are fine cafes here to relax throughout your stay.

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