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TURKLER HOLIDAYS

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Turkler’s big attraction is its shoreline

Great beach and friendly locals

Turkler is the shrinking violet of the Turkish Riviera. Set twenty kilometres from Alanya this place has always kept itself out of the spotlight, and the result is a stretch of coastline that’s uncrowded and relatively low key.

Like many resorts on Turkey’s southern coast, Turkler’s nerve centre is its wonderful beaches a mixture of white sand and pebbles, and there are plenty of sunloungers on the sands. If you want to explore further than the water’s edge, head to the little harbour. Boat trips leave from here every day, taking holidaymakers to some of the best snorkelling and swimming spots along the coast. Turkler’s cuisine takes its cue from the sea, too. Fresh fish restaurants are the norm rather than the exception here. Many of them serve up sunset scenes alongside the seabream and sardines.

Quick Turkler Tips

The famous drink consumed in Turkey is Raki, this clear brandy made from grapes and raisins, flavored with pungent anise and is usually diluted with water and sipped with snacks or meals

The currency used in Turkey is the Turkish Lira

The flying time from the UK to Antalya is approximately 4 hours 15 minutes

Sun sand and relaxation

Away from the sea and sand, Turkler’s main tourist attraction is Sealanya waterpark. When you arrive at the park you’ll be given a wetsuit and a snorkel, then you’ll be let loose on the park’s long list of activities. You can swim with tropical fish in the coral reef; walk with stingrays in the manta pool, and comme eye to eye with a shark in the shark pool. Book you holiday to Turkler online at Latedeals.co.uk

On holidays to Turkler it's well worth visiting nearby Alanya, a stunning town built around a fortified harbour and castle. Old meets new here as there are some modern shops bars and restaurants throughout this picturesque resort, while the quaint waters edge is reminiscent of the olden days.

Top Places to Visit

Seljuk Castle
Seljuk Castle is in the foothills of the Aydin mountains and dates back to the 13th century. Today the castle is used as an open air museum, access to the seaward castle is ticketed however much of the area inside the wall, including the landward castle is open to the general public. The wall surrounding the castle is four mile long and has over one hundred and fourty towers

Best hotels in Turkler

Eftalia Village
The Eftalia Village has family holidays to Turkey all sewn up. With pools, slides, entertainment and sports, there's never a dull moment. Enjoy, table tennis, mini football, basketball and volleyball, join in with the aerobics, visit the gym, or simply relax in the spa.

Eftalia Aqua Resort
Its water fun all the way on holidays to the Eftalia Aqua Resort, with its very own Splash Zone. With eight adrenalin pumping slides including the Black Hole and Boomerango, the teenagers will never be bored, but don't worry about the littler ones, they have their own selection of slightly less scary slides too.

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