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Make a holiday rental apartment or villa on Turkey’s Aegean Coast your home away from home

The Turkish Aegean Coast is where the East meets the West, with influences and classical monuments from every civilization from the Greeks to the Ottomans adorning the coastline. This is a region where man made wonders sit harmoniously among the natural wonders of the Turkish countryside. Beach, spa, golf and cultural holidays all thrive on the Turkish Aegean Coast, and with the warm welcome, fine food and rich culture, there has never been a better time to visit.

Things to do on Turkey’s Aegean Coast

Taking a villa on Turkey’s Aegean Coast is a dream for any classical historian or anyone with even a fleeting interest in the civilizations of the past. The 3,000 year old ruins of the cities of Troy and Ephesus and the number of unbelievable temples, spectacular theatres and column filled villas and chariot wheel furrowed streets attract visitors from around the globe to take holiday rental accommodation in Turkey.

Do not worry if historical sites do not feature on your list of favourite holiday activities. A holiday apartment in Turkey’s Aegean Coast is known for not only archaeological excellence, but stunning coastal scenery, fine sandy beaches, exquisite shopping and world leading mineral spas.

Some of Turkey’s finest beaches are on the Aegean Coast, and many water sports, especially sailing, are hugely popular. Many beaches have been awarded the European Blue Flag, and the beaches of Bodrum, Gumbet, Turgutreis and Bitez make excellent places to visit for a beach holiday. There are a range of excellent golf courses available in the region too, with the Gloria Golf Course leading the way for excellence.

Places to holiday on Turkey’s Aegean Coast

Beach resorts like Bodrum, Marmaris and Kusadasi are lively, coastal resorts with bustling nightlife and all the facilities you could possible require whilst staying in rental accommodation on Turkey’s Aegean Coast. They are pretty resort, but well geared for the tourist industry.

Assos is a lovely, peaceful and romantic getaway, which clings to the rocky cliffs. A 20 minute walk from a Turkish villa in Assos will take you to a fine little beach, which rarely becomes crowded.

Weather on Turkey’s Aegean Coast

Summers on Turkey’s Aegean Coast soar to an average of around 33°C, and winters remain blissfully mild at around 12°C in January.

Travel to Turkey’s Aegean Coast

British Airways supply a range of cheap flights from the UK to Izmir Airport (ADB), Bodrum (BXM) and Dalaman (DLM) Airports. Depending on the exact location of the self catering Turkish Aegean Coast accommodation you decide on, there should be a suitable cheap flight available.

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Turkish Aegean Coast Holiday Villas & Apartments (8)

 

Recent Reviews

Fautless

5 of 5
we were a group of five adults staying for two weeks, how I wish it could have been for longer! The photos of the villa do not do it justice, it is stunning and has every amenity you could possibly want during your stay. The villa is very spacious with three large terraces all with fantastic views. Having three bathrooms was great, it meant nobody was hanging around for long waiting to shower. Great communal areas in the villa but also loads of room for everybody to have their own space. Very close to all the restaurants, the harbour and the beach, the village is just a short Dolmus ride away with a great butcher and fishmonger if you want to make use, as we did, of the BBQ. Peter and Lou were excellent hosts, very warm and friendly and always available if you needed anything but not at all intrusive. Would go back in a heartbeat, thank you Peter and Lou for a wonderful stay.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 13, 2015
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2015

R & R holiday

4 of 5
A lovely villa with a wonderfull pool-quiet location but short walk to the bars,restaurants & beach-villa was what we expected & owner was helpful throughout booking process-would have liked more sunbeds as there were only 2 & there were 4 of us although plenty of chairs-good location for exploring area & we spent nice day on Kos via the ferry-
  • Review Submitted: Jul 29, 2014
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2014