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Aegean Coast of Turkey



 Turkey's Aegean coast is an area of intense beauty, history and agriculture which makes an excellent holiday destination for a variety of tastes and styles. Situated along the south coast of Turkey, this stretch of land along the Aegean Sea has many fantastic beaches and coastal resorts, plus numerous excellent opportunities for excursions and trips.

The city of Aphrodite, Roman goddess of Love, is among Turkey's most interesting ancient ruins. Nestled in the broad, fertile Meander River valley, this city has been here for millennia. At its heart is an acropolis on a hill formed of the detritus of settlements dating back at least to the Early Bronze Age. The once thought of as legendary city of Troy is also located on the Aegean Coast, and here you can find the ancient ruins of the city, which have only recently been excavated.

Please just click on the links below for the full range of holiday accommodation, from five star luxury hotels in Aegean Coast of Turkey, to quality B&Bs and fabulous self-catering holiday cottages, chalets, villas, holiday rentals, vacation rentals and holiday apartments in Aegean Coast of Turkey. There are also many excellent campsites and caravan parks. There is a huge range of attractions, places to eat and other activities to suit all tastes. We are always looking for updates to our Aegean Coast of Turkey page. If you would like to contribute material or pictures to this, please email us. aims to provide a one-stop shop for holiday makers by providing easy an easy to use directory and information portal for all types of holiday accommodation and attractions in Turkey. If you would like to advertise your Aegean Coast of Turkey attraction, Aegean Coast of Turkey Hotel, Aegean Coast of Turkey villa, cottage, chalet, holiday apartment, holiday rental, vacation rental or B&B in Aegean Coast of Turkey, please take a look at our advertising options.

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