The Hillside Beach Club is located on the Aegean Coast of the Mediterranean in Fethiye, which is one of the oldest towns on the Lycian coast. The resort’s stylish and contemporary accommodation has spectacular views of the resort’s privately-owned Kalemya Bay and offers guests a vast selection of facilities and activities to satisfy all your holiday needs.
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Pulling influences from Greek, Roman and Ottoman culture, Turkey is a truly fascinating destination that offers more than meets the eye. Explore bustling Istanbul, and then take the time to explore Turkey’s uniqueness, including cone-shaped rock formations, architecture from the ages and varied cuisine.
Ece Saray Marina and Resort enjoys a wonderful seafront location in Fethiye Bay just a short stroll from the shops, bars and restaurants of Fethiye’s bustling town centre. The hotel is a great base for daytrips to explore the local area or even spend the day with a fabulous boat trip across to Rhodes
Nestled within the lush green pine forests and beside the turquoise coast of the Aegean Sea, the Grand Yazici Marmaris Palace offers outstanding Turkish hospitality and all- inclusive holidays for couples and families. You’ll love the gorgeous pool areas and the wide variety of activities this secluded hotel offers.
A location brimming with culture
Turkey is a beautiful country that deserves to be explored. Here you’ll find jagged mountains framing hidden coves and cascading waterfalls, and vast Aegean olive groves dotted with gigantic olive trees that are picked to create the velvety olive oil you’ll regularly find on your table. Along the coastline, you’ll come across charming coastal resorts brimming with bustling bazaars. The most famous of all is Istanbul, a vibrant city that embodies Turkey’s multitude of cultural influences.
Why visit Turkey?
- The food. Dining is a major social element in the Turkish lifestyle, with many locals frequently gathering together to feast on delicious food al fresco. Grab a seat at one of the local restaurants and your table will be inundated with roasted Aegean vegetables coated in the finest olive oil, spicy meat kebabs that easily fall apart and are dotted with fresh yoghurt, and sickly-sweet baklava alongside a warm tulip glass filled with çay.
- Turkey’s ancient history and culture is incredibly vast, pulling from the east and west to create a diverse mix of Greek, Roman, western and Ottoman influences. Nowadays, you can discover fascinating ruins and monuments to get a grasp of this varied past, including the Basilica Cistern – the largest of hundreds of ancient cisterns sitting 500 feet underneath the city of Istanbul.
- Turkey’s locations are so diverse. Our favourites include Cappadocia - an otherworldly region where mysterious cone-shaped rock formations are home to carved houses and underground cities, as well as Bodrum’s bustling yet blissful coastline of small coves and a medieval fortress. If hiking brings you joy, there are many beautiful places that you can explore, including Ihlara Valley – a jaw-dropping gorge cut into volcanic rock. Our chosen hotel resides in a stunning port city called Fethiye, enveloped by lush greenery and laced with a glistening natural harbour.
- The famous city of Istanbul is busy, fun and cultural. Take a wander through the vibrant bazaars and jaw-dropping mosques, stopping by cool restaurants and noticing how there’s a juxtaposing mix of Roman-era architecture and modern luxury hotels. The Grand Bazaar enlightens the senses with its rows of local delicacies and textiles, whilst the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia Museum brings stories from the past to life.