Mums and dads looking at family holidays in Turkey are picking one of the world’s most kid-friendly destinations. Cities and beach resorts around the country gear up for kids of all ages. It is not a marketing ploy because Turkish culture embraces the family network. From delicious food to activities to childcare facilities, families always find their perfect idea of a summer holiday for the price they want to pay.
In Turkey, hospitality is everything. Welcoming someone is a cornerstone of Turkish culture, with Turks believing that visitors should be treated as guests sent by God. Traditionally hospitality has meant welcoming Turkish friends and family, but tourism has changed this.
With the Valley of Life in its backyard, Vira Istanbul is highly sought after by professional families. In well-connected Beylikduzu, the modern development has all the bells and whistles plus access to a developing green corridor. Discover why investing in a sought-after family location could be the smartest move you make this decade.
The Kemer area of Antalya, Turkey is your typical beachside destination. Sporting large, all-inclusive hotels, small pensions and 52 kilometres of stunning beaches, every year, it hosts thousands of foreigners looking for a perfect two-week break full of sunshine. Upon first arriving, visitors see a clean and uniformed town that is well organised with a host of shops, bars, and restaurants.
No one can deny that Turkish coffee is the most famous in the world. It is an essential aspect in Turkish hospitality along with its accessories, Turkish Delight and an essential glass of water. Coffee in Turkey is not just a drink, it's a way of life. Read up on the fascinating history of Turkish coffee and why you cannot leave Turkey without trying at least one cup.
Whether it be for a real estate investment, summer base, or rental income, deciding where are the best places in Turkey for holiday homes is easy. The country ranks as one of the top ten most popular holiday destinations in the world, and this figure will climb higher as the government aims to promote its stunning towns, villages, and cities even more.
Deciding where to go on holiday in Turkey with your family is easy because the country is family-friendly. Their culture strongly embraces the future generation and family set up and it is rare for establishments that are adults only. The added bonus is that a large part of keeping kids happy is entertainment, and certain places in Turkey do this in style. Find out where to go on vacation in Turkey.
Turkey has a diverse and vibrant culture. Rich in stories, history, landscapes, beaches and mountains. Rich in festivities, shopping attractions and delicious cuisine. It is the ideal country if you are looking for fun, joy and some madness. You will wonder from where to start? Which areas to visit first? To help you out, here are the top 10 places to visit in Turkey.
In September 2018 Turkey announced changes to their Turkish Citizenship by Investment program, allowing new buyers to acquire citizenship from spending as little as 250,000USD – making it one of the most affordable and attractive citizenship by investment initiatives in the world. A complete guide to obtaining Turkish Citizenship and what are the advantages of having it.
For those who are seeking a non-chemical, non-medical way to enhance their energy and intimate lives, the Spice Bazaar is the place to be! The spice shops are selling “Turkish Viagra”, an all natural remedy that will spice up your relationship with your significant other.
A Fethiye to Antalya cruise is a must-do experience when visiting Turkey. This relaxing journey of the turquoise coast, cannot be matched. Also known as part of the Turkish riviera, it’s unlike its counterpart in France because Turkey’s long stretch of gorgeous coastal towns caters for the rich and elite but also budget travellers.
Sitting 20 kilometres, or a 25-minute drive from the town centre, international travel publications rarely talk about Yaliciftlik on the Bodrum peninsula of Turkey. But, for many Turks, it is a gem, untouched by tourism and an idyllic resort to visit and buy property in.