The climate in Turkey holiday destinations can vary hugely depending on where you choose to take your European break. Coastal areas enjoy a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Inland areas tend to experience much more severe weather, with sharply contrasting seasonal temperatures, and especially harsh winters.

Palmiye

On Turkey's southern coast, Club Med Palmiye is a paradise perched on a vast stretch of sandy beach. In the midst of a brightly coloured garden, your all-inclusive Turkish holiday means water sports and a multitude of activities for all ages. Whether you're holidaying with friends or family, there's something to guarantee happiness for everyone.

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Palmiye Hotel

Palmiye Hotel in Turkey is a haven of peace and tranquility. One of Club Med's most beautiful Resorts, enjoy the vastness of a superb sea view and stretch of beach in the south of Turkey.
With a zen pool, flowers and trees as far as the eye can see and water sports a gogo, be prepared for the all-inclusive holiday of a lifetime.

Bodrum Palmiye

Club Med Bodrum Palmiye is beautifully located on a peninsula sheltered from wind and fast-flowing currents, where sea and sky meet on the shore of the Aegean Sea. An all-inclusive Turkish holiday at Bodrum Palmiye is a moment of sheer bliss.

Kemer

Kemer means dazzling blue sea, fabulous deep tan and festive nights - this is the epitome of Club Med's famous party spirit, the child-free Resort designed for fun-loving friends looking for a fast-flowing ambience and go-for it G.O®s. An all-inclusive holiday at Kemer is an unforgettable experience of Turkey in the fast lane!

Discover Turkey

At the crossroads of cultures and eras, experience much more than just an all inclusive holiday in Turkey

Where worlds collide, the land of Byzantium and the Ottomans: where East meets West, Turkey offers the wonders of both cultures and scenery.

At the limits of Asia and Europe, natural wonders are waiting for your stay in Turkey

Discover incredible landscapes during your all-inclusive stay in Turkey. 3 hours from Club Med Kemer resort, make a stop at the Pamukkale natural site to admire its mineralised waterfalls which are a glistening, pristine white.

The magic continues in Cappadoce, at the Göreme National Park. Amongst the rocks forming chimneys, sculpted by erosion, several cave churches are hidden with incredible rock paintings, providing the perfect example of the beauty of Byzantine art.

30 minutes from the park, the wonders don’t cease as you discover the city of Kaymakli and its tunnels covering several kilometres. This underground city, over eight levels, is one of many troglodyte cities for which the region has become famous.

Turkey, a mosaic of civilisations

Nurtured by Ottoman, Greek and Roman influences, Turkey's culture is just as varied as the landscapes.

To brush up on your history, head for Ankara and the Museum of Anatolian Civilisations. Its large collection of artefacts, from the Palaeolithic era to the time of the Ottomans is an incredible archaeological journey.

Continue your cultural immersion in the ancient Halicarnassus: just 30 minutes from Club Med Bodrum Palmiye resort, your stay in Turkey leads you to Bodrum’s Greek amphitheatre, which has been perfectly preserved since the 4th century BC.

Just a few metres from the amphitheatre, take a running jump into the medieval period by visiting Bodrum Castle, which was built by the Order of Hospitallers.

A holiday taking on all-inclusive pleasures and flavours in Turkey

Just like the culture, the cuisine has soaked up various influences, blending Asian, Oriental and Mediterranean flavours. Heading back from the souvenir stands of the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul, try mezze, börek (savoury pastry) and cheeses which are part of the country’s rich culinary culture.

Why not take a seat and sip on a Turkish coffee as you admire the Blue Mosque? Discover this model of Ottoman architecture which is the starting point for pilgrims heading to Mecca and delve a little deeper into the secrets at the heart of Turkey.

Finally, bring your all-inclusive holiday in Turkey to a close with a visit to Hagia Sophia, a basilica symbolising this overlapping of cultures. The first basilica of the Christina era was transformed into a mosque before becoming a museum.