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Eastern Turkey



With its broad vistas and dramatic, spare scenery, Eastern Turkey is like one vast national park. Summer is the best time to visit, as the region is high and mountainous, and given to late thaws and early snows. When the Mediterranean resort city of Antalya is engulfed in sticky summer heat, in Erzurum the air is dry and pleasant. The "capital" and largest city in the East is Erzurum. It has a university, big army base, airport, Palandöken ski area, and several fine Seljuk and Ottoman buildings. It's a good base for visits to the Kaçkar Mountains, Do?ubeyaz?t and Mount Ararat.

"Mount Nimrod," south of Malatya and north of Ad?yaman and Kâhta, is one of Turkey's most astounding sights: an artificial mountaintop framed by two great temples littered with colossal statues of gods—and one megalomaniac king. It is best to give at least a week to see all that East Turkey has to offer.

Please just click on the links below for the full range of holiday accommodation, from five star luxury hotels in Eastern Turkey, to quality B&Bs and fabulous self-catering holiday cottages, chalets, villas, holiday rentals, vacation rentals and holiday apartments in Eastern 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 Eastern 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 Eastern Turkey attraction, Eastern Turkey Hotel, Eastern Turkey villa, cottage, chalet, holiday apartment, holiday rental, vacation rental or B&B in Eastern Turkey, please take a look at our advertising options.

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