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Turkey holidays in October

It is a particularly good time to go because the end of holiday season will guarantee you an incredibly low price

Holidays in Turkey are fantastic at any time of year because the weather is always great and October is a particularly good time to take a holiday to Turkey, because while the weather and the beaches will still be stunning, the end of holiday season will guarantee you an incredibly low price.

During October, Turkey hosts a variety of cultural events, festivals and other entertainments so that there will still be plenty to see, do and enjoy during an unforgettable holiday in Turkey.

October is home to the Ataturk Dam Watersports Festival, a wildly popular annual event held in Sanliurfa. A huge variety of exciting water based event will take place, including rowing, sailing and canoeing with teams from all over the world, travelling to Turkey in order to compete. Competitors are sure to make a real splash, allowing you to take in all of the thrilling watersports action during your Turkey holiday.

If you holiday in Turkey because you love the culture of this beautiful and exotic country, then you won’t want to miss the spellbinding Alanya International Culture and Arts Festival. This colourful and engaging even offers Turkey holidaymakers a powerful and affecting glimpse in to the culture and traditions of the nation. Turkish music and poetry are celebrated in Alanya, which also happens to be a gorgeous holiday resort, full of mesmerising beaches, luxurious hotels and exquisite restaurants; making it not only a source of great cultural interest but the perfect destination for a Turkey holiday in October.

But that’s not. There are plenty of other fantastic diversions and experiences available to you if you choose to holiday in Turkey after the close of the busy summer period. Why not book a brilliant Turkey holiday package for October, and enjoy all of its landmark holiday resort qualities and plenty more besides?

by T N
03 october 2011, Food & Fun > Travel