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Holiday rentals in Turkey

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  1. Entire bungalow
  2. Kartepe
Perla bungalov

Detached bungalow homes

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  1. Treehouse
  2. Kaş
Cozy bungalow with amazing seaview, secret garden

Stüdyo daire tarzı bir yapıya sahip olan yerin içerisinde 1 çift kişilik , 1 adet te tek kişilik yatak bulunuyor. Yaklaşık olarak verandası ile beraber 40 metrekaredir. İçerisinde ; duş ,tuvalet ve mutfak mevcuttur. Muhteşem bir manzarası ve kendisine ait bir bahçesi vardır. Ahşap yapıya sahip olmasından kaynaklı olarak özellikle temmuz ve ağustos aylarında gün içerisinde sıcak olabilir, geceleri ise tam tersi olarak en serin olan yerimizdir.

  1. Farm stay
  2. Bahçeköy Köyü
Farmhouse in 8 acres of land

Our land is 8 acres and is located in Bahçeköy, the previous village before coming to Tekirdağ/Kıyıköy. There are 1 container and 1 house in the same area. It's a virgin place at the foot of the Logos forests. There are fields, fruit trees, fire fields in the land. The stream flows through the land. It is 2 minutes by car and 20 minutes by foot to the village center. There are also 5 to 8 acres of land around it, sparse houses. It is a small cumin of photographers, painters and designers.

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  1. Entire cottage
  2. Kaş
Elisam Villa
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Alanya
Alanya city centre near Kleopatra beach
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Beyoğlu
Well Designed Studio Apartment in BEYOGLU
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Fatih
Stylish Flat Right Next to Blue Mosque with 2 Bath
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Fatih
Dublex with Sea View and Terrace in Old City
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Beyoğlu
Cozy, Modern 3 Bedrooms in Galata/@tintingalata
  1. Entire chalet
  2. İstanbuldere
The Secret Chalet Sapanca
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  1. Tiny home
  2. Sapanca
Sapanca Stone Suite Mini Villa with Detached Pool
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  1. Dome
  2. Konyaaltı
Village glamping dome with stunning mountain views
  1. Entire bungalow
  2. Sapanca
Detached large garden bungalow with private pool
  1. Entire bungalow
  2. Sapanca
Ağaoğlu Dağevleri
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  1. Dome
  2. Kaş
The Olivia Dome

Your guide to Turkey

Welcome to Turkey

Few countries in the world can boast as rich a tapestry of history and culture as Turkey. Storied civilisations, including the Romans and the Ottomans, have left their mark in ancient monuments dotted throughout the landscape and spice-filled cuisines found throughout the country. A myriad of World Heritage Sites awaits the discerning traveller, including the city of Troy, the ancient archaeology at Göbekli Tepe, and the Islamic architecture of the Great Mosque and Hospital of Divriği.

This vast country is divided into seven regions, each with their own unique identity and exquisite scenery to explore; from the Marmara Region in the west, with the shimmering waters of the Aegean Sea, to the towering Mount Ararat, the highest mountain in Turkey, in the Eastern Anatolia Region. Three bodies of water surround Turkey, providing it with more than 8,000 kilometres of coastline and countless beaches for sun-seekers and ocean-explorers alike.

The Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul spans Europe and Asia — and offers diverse traditions and customs with Anatolian, Mediterranean, European, and Middle Eastern cultures. Along your travels, don’t forget to try a cup of traditional Turkish tea accompanied by some sticky, sweet baklava.


How do I get around Turkey?

Visitors are spoilt for choice with 35 international airports to choose from, the largest of which is in Istanbul (IST). Domestic flights provide a convenient way to travel between regions. A more traditional way of city hopping is the long-distance bus from the local otogar (bus terminal); modern air-conditioned buses will take you from Istanbul to the capital of Ankara in under 5 hours. When visiting Turkish cities, look out for the yellow city cabs or local buses. Car rental is available for those wishing to go off the beaten track and discover secluded and untouched delights.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Turkey?

Temperatures can vary dramatically in Turkey, with incredibly hot summers and extremely cold winters, depending on the region. In winter, keen skiers can enjoy one of the many resorts throughout the country such as the slopes at Erciyes. April and May are ideal months to visit outdoor ancient monuments, as the temperature is more moderate.

The high season for beaches along the coast at resorts like Antalya is from June to August, with temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius. September is still pleasantly warm for those wishing to avoid the crowds and the intense heat of the summer months. Religious festivals take place at various times of the year, including the four-day Kurban Bayramı, when banks are closed and transport can be particularly busy.


What are the top things to do in Turkey?

Patara

Patara Beach on the Turkish Riviera is not only the longest beach in Turkey at 11 kilometres, it is also one of the quietest. As well as enjoying the afternoon sun, there are Roman ruins to explore, including a bathhouse and a theatre. The site is also known for the loggerhead turtles that come here to lay their eggs.

Cappadocia

Taking a trip to Cappadocia is like travelling to another world, with hot air balloons gliding gracefully over fairy chimneys carved from rock first by nature and then by ancient civilisations. Passageways lead to cave dwellings, hidden churches, and open-air museums.

Istanbul

A trip to Turkey would be incomplete without a journey to Istanbul, one of the most culturally important cities in the world. With a history spanning millennia, it offers a kaleidoscope of experiences, including the magnificence of the Hagia Sophia Mosque, the sights and sounds of the Grand Bazaar, and the intricate 16th-century tilework of the Topkapı Palace.