Its probably not for us but thought I would ask, I've been to Fethiye, it was closed, thankfully we stayed in Calis which seemed to have more life and I think Terry Waites bike chained up on the sea front, not sure it will be open in November or if we can even get reasonable flights to Dalaman.Why Antalya?
If you want skyscraper type hotels and bland tourism Benidorm is a quicker flight
Fethiye man. Get real
Sue, Antalya is now off the list, we went on Google earth street level and Philip is right, Benidorm would be a better bet, I've never been there either.Martin, we've had a few winter holidays in Antalya and the weather is normally pretty good in November, similar to here. Although we've stayed at Lara beach, we do prefer the old town. There is so much more going on. I do wonder where you stayed in Fethiye, because it is a pretty busy town that doesn't close down during the winter months. Xx
No body heard of Newcastle, a lot of people from that neck of the woods come to Turkey.
TURKISH CARRIER TO FLY FROM FIVE UK AIRPORTS THIS SUMMER11 JAN 2022BY GARY NOAKES
Turkey’s SunExpress has confirmed a range of flights to the country from Gatwick, Luton, Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh this summer.
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SunExpress will serve five Turkish destinations from the UK this summer
The leisure carrier, owned by Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines, will operate up to seven weekly flights to Antalya, Dalaman and Izmir.
It will also operate to Turkey’s capital Ankara and Gaziantep in Anatolia, two destinations mainly aimed at ex-pats.
"We are excited to grow in the United Kingdom,” says Peter Glade, SunExpress commercial director. “Travellers from our five airports are longing for well-deserved vacations in the sun at a great price point.”
SunExpress will serve its home base Antalya from all five airports and offer flights to Dalaman from Gatwick and Manchester. The carrier will connect Izmir, Ankara and Gaziantep to Luton.
SunExpress was founded in 1989 and now serves 51 destinations, carrying 10 million passengers on a fleet of 59 Boeing 737s.