Turkey is a large country and has a number of attractions to enjoy in your vacations and weekend holidays. It has a number of beautiful beaches to visit.
Turkey Beaches are very calm and people can enjoy a lot here. The quiet sandy breeze flowing around the beach enhances its pleasure. Summers are the best time to visit Turkey and enjoy with your family or spouse. You can have a delightful trip to the cool and sandy beaches.
There are also some desolate beaches that give you your privacy too. Far from city rushes you can come and relax your body and mind. Turkey beaches that need to be mention are here.
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The 14 kilometers Patara Beach can be considered as the “Best in the World” by the Sunday Times. The white-sanded beach is perfect for those who need intimate moments with the family of partners.
The beach features tranquil water that is considered as child-friendly with its gentle slope. Loungers and umbrellas are available to those who just want to watch time passes away.
The panoramic view of the turquoise Mediterranean can be enjoined without the hustle of the crowd. As a National Park, the location is considered a natural beach as development is not encouraged in this area. The beach is closed from May to October to allow the breeding of the loggerhead turtles.
This is the most famous beach in Turkey, and one of the top ten. Because of the world-renown status of this beach, it can become crowded at times, but it is still a great place to go. There are a number of excellent hotels in the area, as well as numerous bars and restaurants, and the sand is clean and inviting.
The remote, windswept beach of Alacati is popular with water sports fans including wakeboarding and windsurfing enthusiasts. Cesme plays host to International windsurfing competitions every year. Scuba diving, snorkeling, and sailing are also very popular water sports in Cese. There are also beaches in the area with private beach clubs including the Seaside Beach Club at Piyade Cove.
Kabak Beach, Fethiye
For those of you who really want to get away from it all check out the beach community of Kabak Bay, where you can enjoy a truly unspoiled valley leading down to a secluded bay. Here you will find a range of lodges and campsites offering a fantastic ambiance and tasty organic food. Kabak Bay can be reached from Olu-Deniz by dolmus and takes about 30 minutes and is well worth the visit for those of us who want to escape the crowds for a few days.
Cirali Beach, Kemer
Cirali beach is a nesting ground for endangered Caretta Caretta (Loggerhead) sea turtles. The turtles come to the beach at night from May until August to lay their eggs. The eggs hatch between 45 and 70 days after they have been laid, so baby turtles make their way from the nest to the sea starting in the middle of July.
Enclosed on both sides by lush mountains that tumble into the curve of the pebbly beach and the crystal clear waters, Çıralı isn’t the easiest place to reach – but that does make it uncrowded. Without the normal beach backdrop of bars, blaring loud music and water sports, Çıralı is a charming cove of serenity.
This beach is considered as the best beach in the world. This place is splendid and very popular in the whole world. Here, you will find quality accommodation services. Near to this place, the old fortress is present.
The beach in the city center is one of the most popular spots for tourists due to its golden sand, clean water, and attractive coast. The two-kilometer beach is a fine combination of “sea, sand, and sun.”
It is a recent beach localized on the bay of Marmaris. Various small rooms are there on the beach for visitors to stay. Sun resting beds are also kept there always so that you can lie down and warm up your body. It is easily accessible from the Marmaris village by the local buses.
It is a beautiful beach and you can cherish your moments always. Covered by a bed of white sand the beach looks graceful. Long pine trees all around make the beach scenic too.
Situated in Dalyan, this is probably the best beach to bring your children to. It is an all-sunny spot where large crowds gather. Also, it is a place for turtles to nest. On this sandy beach, you will frequently encounter turtle tracks, as these animals come ashore to lay their eggs. Beyond the beach, there is a marshy area which hosts a rich wildlife.
Altinkum is an attractive resort situated on the western coast of Turkey. Altinkum is frequented by holidaymakers not only for the deep blue waters of the Aegean Sea but also for its rich history and culture. There is a lot to do in Altinkum, or, if you like, you can do nothing at all; just laze around the pool or on the beach.
For beach holiday enthusiasts there is a choice of no less than three stretches of golden sand. The main beach is the largest and is fringed with bars and restaurants. It can get quite busy, so it’s worth taking a look at the second beach which is similar but smaller. If even that is too busy for you try the small beach towards the harbor.
This is smaller and the water is shallower, making it suitable for children and non-swimmers. Getting to it couldn’t be easier; the local restaurant owners run a minibus service which will pick you up and collect you. It has, of course, a good selection of restaurants and cafes.
If you’re in turkey and loves beaches as I do, then Ilica beach is the place to be. It’s a sandy beach and the water here is crystal clear. The chairs can be rented for around 10-15 liras. Cafes and bars are nearby. You can easily come here from Cesme city center by a dolmus.