Turkey’s southern shore is a narrow coastal band hemmed in by high mountain ranges. From Fethiye to Antalya, where the coastal strip widens to form broad agricultural plains, and on eastward to Alanya are to be found Turkey`s most famous and popular resorts, dominated by mile after mile of white sandy beaches. At Alanya the mountains once again join the sea ensuring that this coast is hot and humid in summer. Maximum temperatures are around 45 C/ 113 F with a seasonal winter minimum of about -5 C/23 F. Rainfall is 777 mm/31 inches per year but water is in plentiful supply from the springs and snow melt of the mountains and Central Anatolia
Covering all the principle sites of Aegean and Mediterranean Turkey and Cappadocia.