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Tours to Turkey

Our holidays to Turkey offer a variety of sights and activities and exquisite flavours and scents. Walk the back streets of Antalya and take in the intense scent of Jasmine, relish the kick of cardamom in a Turkish coffee or enjoy a first taste of Turkish pide on one of our group tours.

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Discover our Turkey tours

From exploring the ancient ruins of Aphrodisias and walking amongst the fairy-tale chimneys of Cappadocia, to swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Turquoise Coast, take in the must-see sights, and discover roads less travelled on our Turkey small group tours

Kayak above the sunken ruins of Kekova and eat lunch with a local family in the Taurus Mountains on our Family Holiday to Turkey. Or, follow our local leaders for a walking tour along the Lycian Way, stopping on the way to explore the Roman ruins of Patara and the time-forgotten Greek village of Kayakoy. Furthermore, cyclists will love our cycling holiday in Turkey; pedal along the shores of Lake Koycegiz and soothe tired legs in the aquamarine waters of Iztuzu Beach. 

It's important to us at Explore that we travel responsibly on all our tours, including Turkey. We've made several commitments to ensure that local communities, environments and wildlife are protected and respected.

Our most popular Turkey tours

Hiking Turkey's Lycian Way

Turkey Walking and Trekking Trip code LW
Best seller
8 Days From €527 without flights

Turkey in Depth

Turkey Discovery Trip code TU
Best seller
15 Days From €1112 without flights
Best seller
8 Days From €495 without flights

Treasures of Turkey

Turkey Discovery Trip code TA
8 Days From €638 without flights

Cycle Turkey

Turkey Cycling Trip code CTT
8 Days From €732 without flights

Along with a diverse set of neighbours is a climate and geography that lends itself to myriad kinds of tourism, while those looking to unlock the eras of history so identifiable by the awe-inspiring ancient ruins that abound in the country can see sites such as the Greek and Roman ruins of Ephesus (Efes). Natural wonders such as the ‘cotton castle’ and hot springs of Pamukkale are unique, as are the ‘fairy chimneys’ dotting the landscape of Cappadocia. While the packed beaches and all-night party scene has Bodrum buzzing during summer, the quieter seaside harbour towns of Kas, Kalkan and Fethiye attract visitors who purely want to unwind.

Regardless of the reason to travel to Turkey a stop in Istanbul is obligatory. While it’s not the capital of the Republic – that honour belongs to the comparatively staid city of Ankara – it’s the city that embodies the soul of the country. Besides taking in the world-class sights, it’s the best place to experience the breadth of Turkish food – one of the most delicious and distinctive cuisines in the world. With its mix of Middle Eastern, Balkan and Central Asian cuisine, aided by the love of fine food of the Sultans of the Ottoman Empire, it’s a cuisine that begs to be shared family-style. If you stay any length of time in Turkey, one of the most hospitable countries to visit, it won’t be long before you’re considered family too.

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