Turkey’s summer season falls between June and August, and these three months are the busiest time of year for tourists visiting Turkey due to hot weather, long of hours of sunshine and many beautiful coastal and historical sights.
The most popular tourist resorts in Turkey are its capital, Istanbul, and the picture-perfect beach resorts of Antalya and Bodrum. If you are planning a visit to any of these Turkish hotspots this summer, this guide has you covered.
Explore Turkey’s capital Istanbul
Spread across two continents (Europe and Asia) and two seas (Black Sea and Sea of Marmara), Istanbul is Turkey’s capital city that has plenty to offer visitors.
What to do in Istanbul?
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If you are looking for hot Turkish temperatures, warm turquoise shores and a calm, enjoyable atmosphere, Antalya has it all. This exceptional destination, one of the most popular places on the Turkish Riviera, offers much to travellers of all varieties. The city has ancient ruins, stylish bars, a breezy harbour and beautiful scenery – everything you need for a perfect, sunny getaway.
Despite being a city of over a million, Antalya is one of the most relaxing places on the Turkish Mediterranean. Days spent on Konyaaltı or Lara beaches, wandering through millennia-old Roman ruins, learning about ancient treasures and dining on delicious meals – it is the perfect place to ...
Surrounded by the sparkling azure waters of the Mediterranean and Aegean seas, Turkey is home to some truly beautiful coastlines. On the surface, tranquillity can be found where golden sands meet soft, crystal-clear waves. Beneath the water, an entire new world is waiting to be discovered.
With such a rich cultural heritage, the coastal destinations of Turkey, and in particular those on the southern coast, have become a popular attraction for divers of all abilities.
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Beautiful Bodrum, part of the Muğla ...
One of the quintessential Turkish resort towns, for decades, Bodrum has captivated countless visitors with its enjoyable combination of history, culture and bold seafront beauty. Located on the Bodrum Peninsula, which extends out of the south western tip of the country towards the Greek Island of Kos, this is a place that appeals to every variety of visitor, whatever the time of year.
Bodrum offers a breadth of experiences that, compared to most other Mediterranean destinations, is unmatched. As recent as the mid-century, the city was a tiny fishing village, home to intellectuals, writers and artists who had been exiled there during the preceding decades.
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