After the pandemic, for summer, two popular holiday destinations of the Mediterranean countries, Turkey and Greece, awaits visitors. The endless beaches and unique holiday resorts of both countries offer different options for holiday. Here are 6 different holiday destinations we have compiled from both countries.
Perhaps the most popular of the Greek islands is Mykonos. It is one of the leading holiday destinations in Europe, especially with its 89km coastline and entertaining nightlife. In Mykonos, where average prices are relatively high compared to other Greek islands. Renting a car is the most logical option for transportation.
Ios, the island where Homer died, is located between Naksos and Santorini. There is no overwhelming air thanks to the cool breezes even in summer. The most characteristic features of the island are its whitewashed houses, windmills and churches.
It is one of the most popular holiday destinations not only in Greece but also in the Mediterranean region. Santorini island was formed as a result of a volcanic eruption 3500 years ago. Island, with its caldera, houses, nature, and especially beaches, is popular with tourists especially in summer.
Antalya, one of the most important port cities in the Mediterranean region, is also very popular with its holiday resorts. Side, Belek, Alanya and Kemer region can be seen as the tourism center of the country with its 5-star hotels. Kaş, on the other hand, has recently been preferred by young people.
Marmaris is a frequent destination for visitors with its bays in the Aegean Sea. Therefore, city is one of the centers of the blue voyage with its marina in the city center. It offers different holiday options to its visitors with its affordable and 5-star hotel complexes.
It is the most popular holiday destination in the country, especially for local tourists. With its whitewashed houses and unique beaches and bays, it is a favorite spot for local and foreign visitors for vacation. With its entertaining nightlife, Bodrum awaits its visitors, especially after the pandemic.