As a nation that focuses on the family and loves children, Turkey is the perfect choice for Brits and their little ones. Alongside the classic sun and sea holiday it has a great variety of locations, activities and sports.
To try something a little bit different to the norm, why don't you check out the Organic Eco Farm in Fethiye. The farm is set in the middle of a valley surrounded by pine forests and a river, and boasts arts and crafts workshops to keep the children busy making original souvenirs or learning to bake bread and traditional borek (fried filled pastries). The youngsters can also help out around the farm and meet the animals, go fishing and swim in the pool, or visit the beach, just a 10-minute drive away. Families stay in stone, wood or mudbrick bungalows, while all the food is healthy, organic and local.
It's all about the all-inclusive
Belek tops the list for all inclusive holidays to Turkey. The Antalya region on the Mediterranean coast is well-known for its luxury resorts, with two of its best-known being the purpose-built towns of Belek and Kemer, and has a great variety of five-star world-class all-inclusive hotels and resorts. Other features of the area include the Kurşunlu Waterfall with its 100 species of birds, the Hellenistic city of Perge and the great 2000-year-old Aspendos amphitheatre which hosts a yearly opera and ballet festival to over 15,000 spectators at a time.SOURCE Thomas Cook