Turkey is a paradise of sun, sea, mountains, and lakes that offers the holidaymaker a complete change from the stress and routine of everyday life.
From April to October, most places in Turkey have an ideal climate that is perfect for relaxing on sandy beaches or enjoying the tranquillity of forests, mountains and lakes.
Turkey also has a magnificent past, and is a land full of historic treasures from 13 successive civilizations spanning 10,000 years.
Despite these seemingly impeccable credentials though, the idea of holidaying in Turkey seems to evoke extremes of opinion – certainly amongst the British. There are those who “have never been and will never go” – citing all manner of ill-founded reasons for this. Long may they remain in the vast majority and continue to expound their prejudices and enjoy their egg, chips and beer in other fleshpots of the Mediterranean . Then there are some who remain open-minded, have always wanted to go but, in such a huge country with an endless coastline, don’t know where to start. We were in this group eight years ago and then we discovered Turunç. Since then, we have (despite vowing never to do this) been back many times and continue to find it enchanting. So, we now find ourselves in the final category – those who, having discovered, this magical country – go back over and over again and encourage their special friends (we don’t want everyone to know) to try it too.
For more comprehensive information on the wonderful village of Turunç, please visit www.myturunc.com