Situated at the meeting point of two continents, Turkey is a beautiful, and beguiling mosaic of European and Asian cultures, rich in history and brimming with adventure, and home to some of the most delicious cuisine on the planet.
From the breathtaking Byzantine and Ottoman architecture of Istanbul, to the Neolithic ruins of Gobekli Tepi - thought to be the world’s oldest temple - Turkey’s wealth of iconic structures and monuments convey its incredible, storied past, whilst its awe-inspiring landscapes encompass, soaring mountain ranges, rugged, otherworldly plains, verdant valleys and plateaus, and some of the most beautiful beaches on earth.
A two week, in-depth tour of Turkey, exploring the breathtaking history and vibrant culture of Istanbul, the awe-inspiring landscapes of Cappadocia, the picturesque beaches and underwater wonders of Kas and Kevoka, and much more.Book Now
STA Travel have been at the forefront of adventure tourism since 1979, and are staffed by a team of experienced travel enthusiasts who are on hand 24/7 to answer any queries or deal with any issues that arise.Book Now
A perfect trip for first time visitors to Turkey, this two week tour encompasses the best of this fascinating land, and comes inclusive of food, in country transport, accommodation and guides.Book Now
Jet2 and Easyjet operate regular flights from the number of UK airports to the popular tourist hubs of Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman and Izmir, whilst British Airways and Turkish Airlines operate regular direct flights from London Gatwick to Istanbul.
Turkey is a great year round destination, but if you’re visiting Istanbul, Spring and Autumn are the best times to visit. For coastal destinations, July and August are the peak tourist months and prices are at their highest, therefore the shoulder months of June and September are recommended.
We recommend a minimum of 4 days.
Currently, UK citizens do not require a visa to visit Turkey for stays of up to 90 days.