Your amazing Turkey holiday can be ruined by whining children and bored teenagers so it’s important to keep them busy so you can get back to enjoying the sun, sea and sand! Here are some great tips on how to entertain kids on your holiday so all you have to worry about is relaxing and soaking up the sun!
Before you book, choose a resort and hotel that’s child-friendly so you don’t need to worry about their safety as well as their boredom level. Icmeler is a fantastic choice as there’s a great range of family-friendly accommodation and three blue-flagged beaches so kids are safe to play and swim all day long. The Mares Dolphin Park and Spa Hotel ticks all the boxes as there’s a kids club, playground and disco for under 17s and plenty of watersports on offer so parents can relax around the swimming pool, jacuzzi or spa in peace.
This hotel also runs a babysitting service which can be very useful if you fancy a night on the town! If you’re feeling energetic, Icmeler beach has lots of beach sports for families to enjoy together before heading to one of the family-friendly bars and restaurants to try some tasty Turkish cuisine. If however you’re looking for a place less exotic than Turkey to visit, you should check out Vienna, Austria, it is still very beautiful, and if you were looking for a place to stay while you’re visiting, check out Grand Quarters – Exclusive Serviced Apartments Vienna.
Self-catering accommodation can be a great way for families to holiday in Turkey on a budget so why not take a look at the range of cheap apartment complexes in Antalya? There are three fantastic waterparks nearby, Aqualand-Antalya, Dedeman Aquapark and Troy Aqua and Dolphinarium, which will entertain and tire out the kids. There are some beautiful historical and natural sights which older children can appreciate such as Pamukkale, Hadrian’s Gate and Termessos.
With safe beaches and plenty to see and do you can be sure you and your family will have a Turkey Holiday to remember. You can be safe in the knowledge that medical care in Turkey is easily accessible and affordable even if you don’t have travel insurance.
Most medicines can be sourced from the local pharmacy as Pharmacists can diagnose and write prescriptions in Turkey, so you won’t have to wait for an appointment with a doctor. English is widely spoken in the main resorts so there are no problems with language barriers and if you choose to go all-inclusive, you can save hundreds of pounds on food, drink and ice cream bills!