Turkey is a paradise of sun, sea, mountains and lakes that offers the vacationer a complete change from the stress and routine of everyday life.

The gateway between the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, Turkey boasts two very distinct faces - the Western with its cosmopolitan shops and boulevards and Eastern with its bustling back streets and bazaars.

Turkey, a land full of historic treasures, has a magnificent past because of 13 successive civilizations spanning 10,000 years. Even a short stay in Turkey will allow you to explore this great heritage including crumbling historical ruins from Byzantine palaces to Ottoman mosques.

Surely one visit will not be enough, and visitors return year on year to discover one extraordinary place after another! All of them, no matter how unique and different have one thing in common: the friendly and hospitable people of this wonderful country!

Currency: New Turkish Lira (TRL)

Approx Flight Time: 4 hours

Time Difference: 2 hours ahead

Important information

You will need to apply for a visa online before travelling to Turkey. Without a visa you will not be able to enter the country. Go to 


Aegean Park is located on the outskirts of Altinkum and just four minutes drive from the nearest beach, on Turkey's idyllic Aegean coast. Originally a small fishing village, its three main beaches frame the clear turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea. Altinkum means 'golden sands' and it certainly lives up to its name!

Altinkum offers an indoor shopping centre and plenty of varied nightlife, along with many bars and international restaurants (many of which offer a free taxi service to the resort). Whilst Didim, the neighboring area, is home to the antique city of Didyma and the Temple of Apollo, hosts a local Turkish street market on Saturdays.

There are plenty of beach water sports
and a new fifty million dollar Didim Marina (D-Marin Didim) was opened in 2009.

Nearby attractions include...
Temple of Apollo, Didyma
AquaPark, waterpark
The ancient city of Miletos with its ampitheatre, baths of Faustina and temple of Serapis
Mavişehir Night Marke
Ephesus - a brilliantly preserved ancient city, second most important only to Rome at the time of the Roman Empire.
Lake Bafa National Park and Buyuk Menderes River

     Aqua Park