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If Turkey pops up on the top of your holiday destination list, and don't know which part of Turkey would suit you the best for your ideal holiday, and if you have never been in Turkey before then this article may help you to minimize your vacation list.
Turkey with its ideal location on the planet helps to receive the benefits of being a four season country. All seasons, Summer, Autumm, Winter and Spring can be experienced in Turkey. In Some cases several seasons can show up at the same time in different parts of Turkey. This is why Turkey is an ideal country for all type of Holidays with its unusuall climate. Whilst it is snowing in the east of Turkey, dalaman area which is in the south west can have a summer day.
Antalya in Mediterranean, is such a place during the winter period where one can have sunbathing in the morning and travel in the afternoon to the mountains of Antalya region to do skiing. Sun and Snow combined in Winter period.
The Ultimate question is What do I like to do and What do I expect ?
If you are a Party animal, like clubing from sunset to dawn then without doubt Bodrum Town would be probably your best option.
If you like the combination of party and sun bathing with the benidorm essence, then Marmaris is the place to go for you or next door neighbour Icmeler. Both based within a relaxed bay surrounded by mountains. Packed with entertainment and shopping facilities.
If you like peace, quiet and nature only but within a close distance to bigger places then Sarigerme or places near Dalaman such as Gocek would be an ideal canditates to your holiday destination list. Here, you are very close to an absolute beauty beaches, local village lifes and not far away from the busy tourist places.
If you like a bit sophistication in your Holiday or the the entire holiday to be sophisticated where you can visit museums, palaces of the sultans, admire the mixer of the past and the presence with its world famouse historical heritages, then scrap all off on your list except Istanbul, the pearl of Minor Asia.
Black Sea Coast on the other hand is green all the way with its furtile and lively plateaus. It is not advertised as much as the other destinations of Turkey by the major Tour Operaters of Europe and UK.
Although it has hundreds of miles one after theother beaches all the way trough out the coastline, does not gives you the impression of Ideal beach-sun and see holiday.
Holidaying along the Black Sea is ideal for those who are seeking tranquality in the nature and an absolute fresh air in the high altitude plateaus with organic food and beverage. Highland Houses on those plateaus of Black Sea Coast are practical and comfortable for living.
If you wish to fulfill your religious searches whether it is Cristianity, Judaism, Peganism or mixer of all, Turkey is undoubtedly the the center of for these studies for your eyes and archaeological excavation interests.
With many civilizations came and gone on these lands, they all left their finger prints with their own stories to be told to next generations. The famous ancient city of Ephesus located in sout-west of Turkey is a great example for this.
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