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spanna


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12/06/2009 16:49

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Was hoping I could get some advice about holidaying in Turkey... It seems odd talking about going on holiday when you live here but - we are....



We are wanting to get away for a week's holiday where there is some good snorkelling/diving and somewhere not too touristy but with decent bars/restaurants



Anyway, just wondered if anyone knew of some good deals, nice hotels, best beaches/destinations (preferably all inclusive...but we're open to suggestions...) and also whether you would advise the ferry route or flying??



I did try to look through old threads but couldn't find much so, if you've been and have recommendations (or otherwise), I'd love to hear them... We aren't loaded so probably steer clear of luxury resorts... :(



Look forward to hearing your ideas!?

Thanks,

Anna.



mmmmmm



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12/06/2009 16:51

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I recommend the Turquoise Coat - Bay of Fethiye - fly to Dalaman



I particularly liked Gocek



dav88



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12/06/2009 16:57

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Alanya & Side are nice (in Antalya) and Bodrum but it is very touristic



If you google it you can find some good deals



skybluesam


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12/06/2009 16:59

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Like MMMMMM, Fethiye is Cok Guzel, we stayed in a lovely pension in a mountain village called Kaya Koy famous for having a deserted greek village.

you will find it much cheaper than here, and their is so much to see and do, go for it, you will not regret it.

Nick



flightholiday


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12/06/2009 17:42

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If you want to travel Turkey have a look at our web site http://www.fezbus.co.uk for lots of ideas.



On some of the tours we have a few "last minute" deals where we want to make up numbers the next batch should be out later today they need to be confirmed urgently as they are only available till we are notified or at the most the following Friday at those excelent prices.



i.e. last week Magic Carpet departure for 11 July was 559.00 per person for 10 days until 17.00 tonight UK 447.20 starts Istanbul. http://www.fezbus.co.uk/fb/Turkey_Tours_Magic_Carpet.php



I will try to let you know. What the new ones are.



Tom

IAH Ltd

http://www.fezbus.co.uk



Scubamum


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12/06/2009 17:58

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Fethiye is a great holiday destination. Some nice hotels in Oludeniz. Have been many times.



the butler


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12/06/2009 18:00

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Hi Spanna,



I can recommend Fethiya, it is beautiful and has some lovely quiet villages close by to stay in. You will not be disappointed here.





The butlers wife



spanna


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12/06/2009 18:28

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Thanks everyone, sounds like Fethiye sounds like the place to be! Any more suggestions gratefully received... any hotels there that are particularly good - 6ms, I assume Turquoise Coast is the hotel?? Or is that an area?



Thanks,

Anna.



briggus


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12/06/2009 19:04

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Akyaka on the gulf of Gukova is excellent - no crowds, nice restaurant, beach and countryside. Only gets busy at weekends when the Mugla locals come down



diver


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12/06/2009 19:39

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recommend Akyaka too, stayed at Okiluptus apartments 3 years ago and they were lovely. Very quiet resort, apartments clean with option of eating in restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner.



Mr Vince


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12/06/2009 20:19

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Try Travelrepublic.com We looked recently and were offered 5* all inclusive for 1 week for 2 people first week in June at 250 for both in Alanya. Ferry crossing from Girne to Alanya was 130TL pp return, not the grotty boat but the fast seacat type.



Karanfil


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12/06/2009 21:14

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I can recommend Akyaka too. We have been twice and stayed at the Hotel Yucelen which was right on the beach and very picturesque. We also like Kalkan and Fethiye.



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