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  • A heavenly home in Caunes Minervois

    "I spent almost a month in Ingrid's gorgeous stone cottage and it was a life changing experience! The interior is just delightful as are the hosts Ingrid and Christopher. They were extremely helpful and kind and made me feel so at home that I can't wait to return and am about to make a new booking! The cottage is situated in the heart of the village and yet it is quiet and serene, the abbey's bells chime and the birds twitter. There are fabulous restaurants within walking distance and a very well stocked grocery store and of course heavenly wine cellars hosting excellent wines. The 3 storey cottage is just perfect for one or two people and so romantic, comfy and cosy; some days I just stayed at home reading from Christophers' incredible library. I would really recommend this lovely home to anyone coming to stay in beautiful magical Caunes Minervois!"
    Guest: Hanlie Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 10, 2014
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  • Exceeded our expectations

    "Even given charming descriptions and beautiful images you never quite know what to expect when booking holiday accommodation, but this was one of those places which far exceeded our expectations. We spent a week here in April, 2014. Mum and Dad with daughter, husband and their 6 mth old baby. Cot and bedclothes provided free of charge. All had our own space and privacy. Owners have thought of everything. Fully equipped kitchen a plus when travelling for several weeks (from Australia) and wanting to cook at 'home' and relax. The beautiful fireplace made for very cosy evenings. Wonderful location with stunning views. Parking outside the door. Located just outside the village, this property is very private even though we had the comfort of knowing there were other properties close by. Couldn't have asked for anything more. Bonnieux is a delightful village with plenty of restaurants, cafe's and ready access to many other gorgeous villages all within 30 mins drive. Countryside sensational, surrounded by lavender fields, vineyards and green rolling hills. Perfect for cycling from village to village. Nearby markets held almost every day. Produce on display belonged on the cover of Vogue ! Loved having the chance to purchase and cook at home as well as dining out. Owners couldn't have been more accommodating or helpful. Supplied us with lots of information before we arrived, even arranged for a caretaker to meet us in the village and direct us to the property. Have already recommended this villa to family and friends."
    Guest: Watersedge Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 14, 2014
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  • Marvelous, memorable Montmartre!

    "We recently stayed for 5 nights in this cozy spacious, bright apartment. Location, location, location - we loved staying so close to Sacre Coeur and ambled up there every evening to enjoy the sunset. The apartment was perfect for two adults and two kids. Fabulous bakery down the street for coffee and croissants every morning. Easy walk to the metro. Reliable Wifi. Lovely view of the Eiffel Tower from the bedroom balcony. Our only issue was that the bed was rock hard. We had to bribe the kids to trade the sofa bed with us! Otherwise, it was perfect and Jean Noel was friendly, responsive and everything was straightforward and organized. Thank you for a great experience!"
    Guest: CCRye Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 20, 2014
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Turkey Travel Tips

Seasons to Visit Turkey Vacation Rentals

In general, Turkey is a destination that can be visited all times of the year. There is a wide variety of attractions for visitors with a diverse range of interests. For those who plan on visiting Turkey’s beaches, the summer months are best. June and July are the hottest months of the year and often also the busiest tourist season. For those who want to combine sightseeing with enjoying some relaxation in the sun, the springtime is a good time of year to visit. The temperatures are a little milder and the countryside is particularly beautiful. Also since it's outside of the peak travel season, you can enjoy not having to line up at major tourist sites. For those who have an interest in cultural sightseeing, autumn is another good time of year to visit. Even though the days are shorter, the temperatures are still warm and mild. The season runs from September through October.

Visitors to Turkey Apartments

Turkey is still a relatively affordable travel destination and easily accessible from Europe and other parts of the globe. It is a modern country that is easy to get around in, making independent traveling both possible and pleasant. Turkey is a nation that has a diverse and interesting history. Many of the country’s attractions are ancient sites and ruins that tell the tales of the rise and fall of many empires. Museums showcase different aspects of the country’s culture and history. People who have an interest in this can enjoy browsing the artifacts and exhibits. Turkey is a great place if you enjoy markets. They are integral to the culture and the markets stock everything from food to carpets and household goods. You can enjoy bargaining for an item that catches your eye and browsing the many stalls at leisure.

Turkey Travel Attractions

Istanbul is a city of mosques, palaces and treasures of old. The historic old part of the city has several ancient and architecturally beautiful buildings. Several parts of the city are more modernized which give it a great cosmopolitan feel. There are many museums, baths and historic sites to visit. The Grand Bazaar and Spice Market are well worth a visit if you enjoy bargaining for items. The Hippodrome is another of Instanbul’s landmark attractions. Many of the magnificent old palaces are now museums and can be visited.

Turkey’s coastline is a place that can be explored in many ways. Trekking tours follow the coastline, stopping in at towns and villages along the way. Bus and train trips frequently follow this route. For those who enjoy sailing, you can explore the coast by cruising along it on a yacht. Private charters can be easily arranged and are a great vacation option for a group of friends. There are many beautiful beaches along the coast that attract sun lovers during the warmer summer months.

Getting to Turkey

There are four main international airports providing access to Turkey. If you are traveling from North America, it is most likely that you will fly into Attaturrk International Airport in Istanbul. From there, you can get a domestic flight on to your vacation destination. Other international airports are located in Sabiha Gokcen outside of Istanbul as well as in Izimir and Ankara, the country’s capital. If you cannot find a direct flight to Turkey from your home, you may consider looking into flights to any one of the major European air hubs. From there, you could get a regional flight or travel overland by road or rail to Turkey.

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