There are several summer apartments and seaside residences that are situated in fabulous parts of Turkey. There is a place for everybody's taste!
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Destinations you may consider to travel and stay in Turkey
Alanya - The Pearl of the Mediterranean
Alanya is a beautiful holiday centre with its beautiful sandy beaches, modern hotels and motels, as well as numerous fish restaurants, cafes, clubs and bars. The cafes that ring the harbour are popular gathering places for tourists and locals. From the towns lovely park, the road runs along the coast to the harbour, lined with many small shops that offer handicrafts, leather clothes, jewellery, handbags and the amusing painted gourds that are unique to the area.
Alanya has a typical Mediterranean climate. The Mediterranean Basin ensures that most rain comes during the winter, leaving the summers long, hot, and dry, prompting the Alanya board of Tourism to use the slogan "where the sun smiles". The sea at Alanya has an average temperature of 21.4 °C (71 °F) annually, with an average August temperature of 28.0 °C (82 °F).
Belek is a township with own municipality in Serik district in Turkey's Antalya Province. İt is one of the centers of Turkey's tourism industry and is as such home to more than thirty four-star and five-star hotels and many other accommodation, services and entertainment facilities.
Belek is a developing golf center of Turkey. In 2012 it became the host of the biggest golf tournament ever to take place in Turkey, the Turkish Airlines World Golf Final.
Belek enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate with sunshine almost throughout the year. A light woolen may be required in the winter evenings when it gets cooler.
Bodrum is a paradise for its climate, sea, natural beauty, magnificent coves and history, as well as for its modern nightlife where it's continued on until sunrise. From the past up until today, Bodrum always had a specific type of tourism. With its white houses, its narrow streets down to the sea, and its pits, the reputation of Bodrum has spread all over the world.
During winters and springs, November through April, the weather in Bodrum is generally very good with a few heavy shower periods, usually taking place in November, and then some time after new year and the last one in March/April. February is especially pleasant with not too cold nights and the almond blossoming and the abundance of wild ruccola all over the place.
Summers, arriving after April, are as hot as it can get (expect temperatures higher than 40 C) and sunny with no rain.
Fethiye - Dance of Nature and History
Fethiye with its cultural wealth, natural beauties and geography, is among the important touristic centres of Turkey. It is famous for its works of art belong to Persians, Lycians, Carians and Romans. This charming county is in a bay within Fethiye Gulf where both large and small islands are scattered. The rear of the bay is surrounded by pine forests.
Mediterranean climate, which is hot and dry during summers and warm and rainy during winters, is dominant in the region. Temperature, which is approximately 30 degrees during the summer months, is generally over 10 degrees during winter. Sea water temperature never decreases under 16 degrees during each season.
Kaş - A Pleasant Town of The Mediterranean
Kaş is a lovely, pleasant holiday town, is admired by its visitors, for its historical touch and natural beauties. Being one of the Lycia Period cities, Kaş offers a different holiday, with its underwater life and special structure.
Located to the west of Antalya, Kaş is 192 km from Antalya and 106 km from Fethiye. Kaş has been built on the antique city of Antiphellos. Kaş which is a wonder of nature is fascinating with its antique cities as well.
Kaş is one of the southernmost points in Turkey—indeed; it lies on about the same latitude with North African city of Tunis—so be ready for very hot and sticky summers.
Kemer - Where The Green And The Blue Meet
Kemer is a seaside resort and district of Antalya Province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, 40 km (25 mi) west of the city of Antalya, on theTurkish Riviera.
Kemer is on the Gulf of Antalya, 53 km (33 mi) of sea coast with the skirts of the western Taurus Mountains behind. The coast has the typical Mediterranean hot, dry weather and warm sea. Until the early 1980s this was a quiet rural district but today the town of Kemer and coastal villages in the district play a very important part in tourism in Turkey.
Kemer has a Mediterranean climate with a very hot, long, dry summers and with a cool, rainy winters. In the height of summer temperatures frequently exceed 40°C.
Marmaris is a port town and tourist resort on the Mediterranean coast, located in Muğla Province, southwest Turkey, along the shoreline of the Turkish Riviera.
Marmaris' main source of income is tourism. Marmaris was a little died fishing village after a construction boom just a few decades ago in the 1980s.
Marmaris is probably the one of the most popular yacht charter and sailing destination in Turkey.
Marmaris has a Mediterranean climate characterised by a hot and humid summer and cool, rainy winter. Showers and rain are very unlikely between May and October.
Summers are hot and humid, and temperatures can reach over 40°C sometimes during heatwaves in July and August. October is still warm and bright, though with spells of rain, and many tourists prefer to visit in the early autumn, especially in September, because the temperatures are not as hot.
Winters are mild and wet. Winter is the rainy season, with major precipitation falling after November. The annual rainfall can reach to 1,232.7 milimetres (48.531 in); the rainfall is concentrated during scattered days in winter falling in heavy cloudbursts which cause flash floods sometimes in flood prone areas.