Luxurious villa for 6 people in the Secret Valley near Akkaya1/5Private bathing pleasures
Turkey | You can spend your holiday completely undisturbed with your own pool. Here you will find extra-large pool houses with at least three bedrooms. Space and fun for the whole family.
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You can enjoy a direct view of the Bosporus and the Golden Horn from this apartment2/5City trip at the Bosporus
Istanbul | Istanbul is a unique city between two continents. Experience the metropolis between Europe and the Orient from a city apartment
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You can enjoy this view from your own terrace in the harbour of Valletta, the island’s capital.3/5Panorama for you
Malta | There are holiday homes with a view of the Mediterranean in the small island state. They are often even located in wholly idyllic surroundings such as in a bay or a picturesque island harbour.
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Pool villa for 8 people above Herceg Novi with the best panorama of the bay.4/5A fjord in the Mediterranean
Bay of Kotor | One of the world’s unique landscapes lies in the north of little Montenegro. Discover the beauty of nature with a holiday home!
Per week from GBP 229show 337 offers
Holiday complex consisting of stone houses with beautiful apartments in the south of Cyprus5/5Holiday in a stone house
Cyprus | Holiday homes of natural stone not only lend your holiday accommodation a certain charm, but are also the ideal place to retreat if the summer heat gets too much.
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Holiday home in Turkey: Exquisite food and a traditional Turkish bath
Turkey | Historically a bridge between Europe and Asia, Turkey and its heterogeneous culture stand out for its combination of European, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and central Asian influences. A cultural potpourri that mixes the exotic and the familiar makes Turkey one of the best places for adventurous travelers and those seeking a holiday house off the beaten path.
A holiday home in Turkey: surround yourself with historic sites and open seas
Energetic, unique Istanbul, literally straddling the West and East, could be your ideal location to book a holiday rental in Turkey. With the Black Sea in the north and the Marmara Sea to the south, the city offers a mosaic of cultures and the relics of ancient civilizations. Families on vacation could rent a holiday apartment in, for instance, the historical Sultanahmet neighborhood, with its incredible architecture, important mosques, and buzzing Spice Market. Or try hip Galata, with its mix of charming, winding streets and hip boutiques and cafes.
Renting a holiday house or holiday apartment in Turkey's Mediterranean region is a great idea for both families and couples seeking a more relaxing holiday. Though cities in this region, like Antalya, Hatay, and Mersin, offer incomparable historical heritage, the area's most striking feature is its beautiful beaches. It is ideal for a holiday rental for vacationers looking to hike, swim, or practice other outdoor sports. Summers are typically dry and hot; however, the mild Mediterranean climate means that the weather is generally pleasant for visitors renting a holiday house during any season.
Experience adventures: see Cappadocia from the sky
Anatolia is a particularly famous region in Turkey and great for an unforgettable holiday rental. In central Anatolia lies the historical Cappadocia, home to many civilizations throughout the centuries and unrivaled in its unique volcanic landscape. One option to sightsee in Cappadocia? Take a hot air balloon ride at sunrise. Even those who are not fond of heights should appreciate the astonishing view. And it almost goes without saying that this locale is the perfect complement to a holiday home vacation.
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The fact that the surrounding area is all on level ground, means there is no need to hire a car. This saves costs and ...
show more benfits the environment! This is very rare in Bodrum and area. The most holiday rentals are on hillside location in the mountains. There you will need a car for your daily needs or just for going down the pub.
From the village of Turgutreis with shops and sea side restaurants, many serving fresh locally caught seafood.
A slim stretch of dark, golden sand that skirts the second largest town on the Bodrum peninsula, the beaches here span a glorious 19 kilometers. Turgutreis is a charming, characterful place; a bustling harbour town named after a respected 16th century admiral. The sea is shallow and calm here, so this resort is popular with families, although there is plenty of nightlife for those who want to put on their dancing shoes. The beach sits in full view of the Greek island of Kos, which is just 6 or so kilometers across the Mediterranean/Aegean Sea. But in terms of culture and atmosphere, they are poles apart. There are some 14 Turkish islands in total nearby, some of which can also be glimpsed from the shore. Behind the beach and the town, the scenery is pretty; with rugged mountains peppered with olive trees that spill down to the town, and whitewashed houses on the hillside.
Things to do on or near the beach
The beach is lined by a strip of restaurants, and the unwritten rule is that you buy your drinks and snacks from the establishment behind your sunlounger. The town has plenty more good restaurants and bars. The area is well-known for windsurfing, and it is also possible to arrange waterskiing, parasailing and dinghy hire nearby. There is a 1931 lighthouse built by the French a little further up the coast, and a windsurfing school not far from there. Turgetreis’ colourful history means there are plenty of tombs, fountains and churches, all with their own stories to tell. Today, the town is a bustling harbour, with a food market and bazaar, especially on Saturdays. There’s a new marina which is worth a visit, and you could even do a little island hopping – to Kos, Rhodes, or one of the other Turkish Islands.