Luxury holidays in Turkey

Destinations in Turkey

  • Sitting pretty on Turkey’s sunlit Çeşme Peninsula, Alaçatı is an old-world fishing village with A-list appeal and a bevy of boutique stays.
  • The Turquoise Coast – the Turkish niche of the Med – is the pride of the Antalya Province. Mountains carpeted in olive groves and bougainvillea descend into glinting waters, Lycian ruins nestle in the hills, and the shore's studded with bays and beaches.
  • Bodrum Peninsula has had travel writers waxing poetic since ancient times, when King Mausolus' tomb was named one of the world's seven wonders: these days, yachts, their diamond-laden owners, and equally sparkly waters are what's worth writing home about.
  • Cappadocia’s loopiest landscape may look like it’s been lifted from the moon – with enough hot-air balloons to make Phileas Fogg proud (even if he never actually set foot in one) – but it’s Anatolia (or Asia Minor) all the way.
  • Resting along Turkey’s Turquoise Coast, Fethiye omits an unrivalled ambience of placidity.
  • Straddling Europe and Asia, Istanbul is the historic crossroads between East and West, a city of minarets and palaces looking resolutely to the future.
  • Along the serene streets of Turkey’s İzmir Province appear unassuming coastal towns, people-packed markets, and teal-tinted shores.
  • Kaplankaya is set on Turkey’s Aegean coast, a short drive north of Bodrum. Decamp to sunny stretches of sandy beaches, or get your fill of ancient history.

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