Natural beauty, clear blue waters, unspoilt beaches, peace and tranquillity all come together to make a holiday in Turunc the perfect choice. Once just a quiet fishing village, this small picture postcard resort on the Aegean coastline of Turkey’s Bozburan Peninsula, is set on a beautiful bay with a stunning backdrop of pine clad mountains. The village consists of one main street, which runs parallel to the seafront and is lined on both sides with shops, bars and restaurants. The beach is a popular daytime choice for adults and children alike, while in the evening why not sample the friendly hospitality and Turkish cuisine on offer in the local establishments. Monday is market day in Turunc, the ideal place to pick up a bargain. Explore the rest of the peninsula, including Marmaris, by catching the dolmus service from the Turunc Tea Garden. Holidays in Turunc are all about relaxation in beautiful surroundings, so if you’re looking for a romantic getaway for two or a quiet sunshine break with family and friends, it’s easy to see why a holiday in Turunc is a popular choice.
Youll be spoilt for things to see and do during a holiday in Turunc. The sand and shingle beach. that wraps around the bay, is the perfect spot for sunbathing and the calm waters and sheltered waters are great for swimming. Theres also horse riding, jeep rides into the countryside, fishing trips and some water sports available too. You cant go to Turkey and not indulge in a traditional Turkish Bath. Enjoy a boat trip around the five bays or to Dalyans Turtle Beach.
The nightlife in Turunc is quite lowkey, but with a few bars, restaurants and cafs to enjoy a drink and a meal in the evening. Many bars offer largescreen TVs to watch sporting events, a few also offer occasional live music, a quiz or karaoke evening. For a livelier time, the discos and nightclubs of Marmaris and Icmeler are just a dolmus or taxi ride away.
There are no less than 30 restaurants to tempt your taste buds in Turunc, serving everything from local Turkish fare to upmarket international cuisine. Head to the Tea Garden and treat yourself to a local pancake, Gozleme, accompanied by local teas and coffees.
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