Situated on the glimmering Aegean Sea, your holidays in Akbuk will be spent in a part of Turkey that is reputed to enjoy some 300 days of sunshine each year. This region is particularly well established for the holidaymaker and the self catering accommodation in Akbuk is well appointed, comfortable and offering all the mod cons of a luxurious home away from home. This may well come in the form of a villa that enjoys panoramic vistas of the turquoise blue seas.
Your holidays in Akbuk will reveal that there is plenty to see and do within the area. If you head to Akbuk Harbour, you will discover that there is an excellent choice of boat trips available that will enable you to explore the local islands. If you are keen on angling, there are even specialist trips to book yourself on. There are a number of small beaches throughout this part of Turkey and this will give you the ideal opportunity to partake in water sports. Akbuk hosts Turkish music festivals every year and this is when you may find self catering accommodation a little harder to come by - book in advance at these times to avoid any disappointment.
Whilst on your holidays in Akbuk, one destination that is a must to visit, is the nearby city of Bodrum. There are numerous tourist attractions to keep each and every member of your travelling party entertained here and these range from historic sites to the more contemporary and usual visitor activities. On the history side, take time out to head to Bodrum Castle. For an even clearer depiction of the area’s past, you may also wish to visit Zeki Muren Museum and The Amphitheatre. The kids will love the Underwater Museum: an attraction with a different twist.
For your holidays in Akbuk, you can expect to enjoy a typical Mediterranean climate. This will mean that average temperatures from as early as May to September may well reach into the thirties degrees Celsius. Even during the winter, there is plenty of sunshine to be enjoyed and temperatures should remain with the low-teens degrees Celsius at the very least. Rainfall for the area is relatively low at around 13 inches per year.
Starting your holidays in Akbuk could not be any easier. Simply book your flights to the busy airport of Bodrum (BXN) and this will be no more than an hour and a half away from your cosy self catering accommodation in Akbuk. There are plenty of airlines offering charter flights to Bodrum and these include Jet2, Thomas Cook Airways, Thomson and Monarch. Most main airports in the UK will offer flights to this part of Turkey and these include East Midlands (EMA), Bristol (BRS), Stansted (STN) and Edinburgh (EDI).