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Turgutreis Holidays

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Bodrum holidays

Sun-kissed Turkish all-rounder

If you’re looking for a getaway that maintains the all-important balance between sunbathing, shopping and sensational sunsets, then Turgutreis, the second-largest town on Turkey’s Bodrum peninsula, is the perfect solution.

Turgutreis holidays offer a long expanse of sandy beach that faces westward across a cluster of beautiful offshore islets towards the setting sun. You’ll also find an upscale marina that’s regularly full of plush yachts, plus plenty of opportunities to pick up souvenirs and indulge in some retail therapy at the high-end stores and buzzing bazaar.

Turgutreis makes a fantastic base from which to explore the surrounding area as well – either Bodrum itself, with its superb nightlife and museums, or quieter fishing village resorts such as Akyarlar. Equally, you could spend the whole time right in Turgutreis, sipping cocktails and plotting your next shopping spree. So, if you’re keen to hit the beach or browse the boutiques, holidays to Turgetreis have got you covered.

Your Turgutreis questions, answered

July and August reliably enjoy temperatures in the high 20s and 30s. For shoppers, the cooler months of October and November make the markets a little easier to manage.
The town’s more centrally located stretches of beach are gently sloping and great for kids. Couples will love the restaurant scene, and adventurous types can soak up culture in the surrounding countryside.
If you’re shopping at the markets or bazaars, then yes – haggling is very much part of the culture here. It’s also loads of fun, so long as you’re not afraid to walk away from a sale.

Best things to do in Turgutreis

Chilling on the beach

With 5 kilometres of sunset-facing sand you’re spoilt for choice. Families will prefer the central sections, while for peace and quiet, couples can head to the outlying zones with lovely views to Kos.

Do a day trip

Turgutreis is a major local transport hub, so it’s simple to get around nearby towns and resorts along picturesque roads that snake through the area’s abundant and fragrant citrus groves.

Chill at the marina

The upscale area where yachts moor in order to see and be seen also has a raft of great restaurants and bars from which to watch the sun go down with a glass of something cool and crisp.