Turkey boasts over 5,000 miles of coastline; beaches all along the coast in Turkey are breath-taking, with crystal-clear, warm waters for swimming or partaking in water sports. Boat trips to discover islands and secluded coves are popular, but if you fancy a break from the beach, why not visit some of Turkey’s ancient ruins? A combination of Greek, Roman and Byzantine styles, its mosques, temples and amphitheatres are well worth a visit. Inland, fabulous rugged mountainsides covered in pine forests and citrus groves provide a stunning contrast to the sparkling sea.
Villas and apartments in Turkey are available to rent in all the main resorts, from the liveliest party towns to tranquil retreats, ranging from the simple and traditional to the ultra-luxurious.
And whether you fancy meze in Marmaris, kebabs in Kalkan, dolma in Dalyan or imam bayildi in Bodrum, Turkish food is amazingly good value, and of course all our Turkey villas come equipped with excellent cooking facilities.
Turkey’s Antalya, gateway to the Turquoise coast, is astoundingly beautiful. The shore, flanked by rugged mountains carpeted in pine trees and olive groves, boasts 400 miles of white sand beaches, isolated coves and famous blue seas.
Bodrum’s beaches, bars and boat tours, palm-lined promenade alongside the sparkling blue sea, bustling marina, narrow streets, magnificent castle and excellent restaurants make for a lively and attractive villa holiday setting.
A lively port town and its tranquil surrounds; Fethiye’s beaches, turquoise waters and stunning scenery make it a great setting for a villa; the busy markets, rustic cafes, boat trips and ancient ruins make for a perfect holiday.
Dalyan is a pretty town on the southwest coast of Turkey, in the middle of the Dalyan Delta. Visit gorgeous Turtle Beach, the dramatic Tombs of the Kings and steaming sulphur baths for an enlightening and relaxing villa holiday.
Expect a villa holiday in Kalkan, on Turkey’s stunning Lycian coast, to be sophisticated and romantic. Think white washed houses, an old fishing harbour, superb restaurants, cascading Bougainvillea, and Ottoman Greek architecture.
Hisarönü is a good value resort between the Mediterranean coast and the Aegean coast. A stunning hill top setting with a cooling mountain breeze, a villa here offers easy access to local beaches and sights, and a thriving nightlife.
Dalaman is an unspoilt and picturesque district on Turkey’s Turquoise Coast; exquisitely blue and warm sea, white sands, secluded coves, romantic bays and dolphins. Inland Dalaman is lush, mountainous and scattered with ancient ruins.
Istanbul is an energetic city with an incredible history. Roman remains, Ottoman palaces, enormous ornate mosques and colourful bazaars will satisfy sightseers; excellent restaurants and river cruises complete the perfect city break.
Marmaris has restaurants, bars and shops aplenty and a buzzing nightlife. The long pebbly beach is flanked by a wide seafront promenade, leading to the pretty harbour filled with luxurious yachts, and a stunning outlook over the bay.
A sheltered lagoon with a mile long crescent of white shingle beach, deep blue waters, a lush green national park; paragliding, sunbathing and snorkelling; Olüdeniz is a picture perfect setting for a villa holiday in Turkey.
A popular holiday destination for good reason, Kusadasi offers eight sun-drenched beaches, water sports, and numerous nearby days out including aqua parks and Roman ruins, combined with traditional Turkish charm and hospitality.
The clear blue sea and the warm sun are what draw people back time and again to Kemer, but the town offers plenty more – superb harbour-side restaurants, traditional markets, and many nearby attractions for all the family to enjoy.