Turkey Vacation Rentals
As a historically and culturally rich country overflowing with the remnants of many empires, the Ottoman, Byzantine, and Greek to name a few, Turkey is a vacation destination where the unordinary is to be expected. Stunning sands, sparkling waters, and historical ruins are just a part of a jam-packed itinerary when you plan your stay in a Turkey vacation rental.
Although many individuals have seen pictures of Turkey’s stunning Mediterranean Coast, to see it in person for the first time is a jaw-dropping experience that is sure to leave even the most seasoned traveler speechless. The massive sapphire expanse of the sea seems to stretch on forever and as you move westward along the coast towards Antalya, miles upon miles of sand are at your beck and call. Guests of Mediterranean Coast villa rentals
can soak up the sun along the scattered, fine sand beaches at their own leisure, but a few to check out include Patara Beach near Kalkan, Ölüdeniz Beach in Ölüdeniz, and Konyaalti Beach in Antalya.
Slightly inland away from the water’s edge, visitors of Mediterranean Coast vacation rentals can explore the remains of ancient cities that used to thrive along the Turkish Riviera. Just northeast of Antalya, the ruined city of Perge captivates with preserved thermal baths and a Roman basilica where, in 45 AD, St. Paul gave his first sermon. In Kas, the underwater of city of Kekova is an exciting attraction where you can see Roman and Greek columns while snorkeling or scuba diving, while in Xanthos, a bumpy ride to the remains of Byzantine buildings and the Tomb of Harpies is well worth the effort.
Guests of Aegean Sea Coast villa rentals
will find plenty of attractions to make their journey worthwhile, particularly in the lovely city of Ephesus. At the archeological site of Ephesus, an extremely well-preserved ancient city along the coast, visitors can obtain a first-hand introduction to ancient Roman civilization as they stroll past these expansive and extraordinary remains. While the ruins of the ancient city of Troy, highlighted in Homer’s Iliad, are another popular sight for tourists, not much is left to be seen besides the city walls and a replica of the famed Trojan horse.
Beyond the history, guests of Aegean Sea Coast vacation rentals can simply soak in the stunning scenery of the palm tree and olive grove laden hills and long stretches of sandy beaches. The city of Izmir, a bustling cosmopolitan center with excellent restaurants, is a destination for relaxation as visitors take in the swaying palm trees, ride to the top of the hill at Halil Rifat Pasa for breathtaking views, and visit the Ottoman-Moorish style clock tower.
In the Marmara Sea region of Turkey, the exotic and captivating city of Istanbul awaits to treat visitors to the experience of a lifetime. When guests of Marmara Sea vacation rentals
aren’t haggling in the Grand Bazaar, the sights and attractions around Sultanahmet Park are the perfect place to begin any adventure. A stop by the grand Blue Mosque, a distinct feature along the Istanbul skyline, is an excellent way to begin, or consider the Hippodrome with its many historical features such as the Obelisk of Tutmosis III and the Fountain of Wilhelm II. The Mozaik Museum and the Islamic Art Museum are two other favorite attractions.
A broad spectrum of amusements graced with more historical significance that you ever imagined are waiting for you in Turkey. To experience a getaway to remember that comes complete with your own vacation history, book your Turkey villa rental today.