Platinum Weddings Turkey is a company based in Essex that plans and organises destination weddings in Turkey.
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Akbuk is a small holiday resort in the Aegean Region of Turkey. With idyllic scenery, beautiful clear waters and quiet beaches, Akbuk is the perfect place if you are looking to relax and unwind. With plenty of cafe bars and restaurants situated on the waterfront, there's plenty of places to stop to enjoy the breathtaking back drop of protected mountain forests and olive groves.
Altinkum is located in the Aydin Province, approximately a 90 minute drive from the resort of Bodrum. With its golden sandy beaches and its bustling promenade, Altinkum attracts visitors from all over the world, creating a vibrant yet relaxed atmosphere.
The resort is made up of three beaches, the first, a long sandy stretch perfect for water sports and sunbathing, the second, just to the east with a similar feel and the third to the west next to Didim Marina, a new development with plenty of cafe bars and restaurants.
Antalya is the fastest-growing city in Turkey, and tourists from around the world are discovering its fabulous mix of great beaches and traditional Turkish culture. Kids will love the Beach Park, which features Aqua Land (a waterslide-fanatic's dream) and Dolphin Land (home to dolphins, sea lions and white whales). Make sure to explore the old town centre and to see Hadrian's Gate.
Today’s Bodrum – and when speaking of Bodrum we include the whole peninsula – has aspects that appeal to a broad range of interests. The sun-worshipper, the devotee of the deep, the avid sailor, the disco fan and the shopping junkie, all can engage in their favoured activities to their heart’s content.
But it’s the ever-changing kaleidoscope of available experiences, from high-brow to pedestrian, which makes Bodrum truly unique.
Known for its incredible Byzantine and Ottoman architecture, Istanbul is a wonderful blend of history and modernity.
From the Blue Mosque and Aya Sofya to the Topkapi Palace and the Basilica Cistern, its amazing structures are full of history and are breathtakingly beautiful.
Istanbul is the city for shopping. The Grand Bazaar has been serving shoppers since the mid-fifteenth century with more than 3000 stalls to browse.
If you like to bargain, head to the Old Town bazaars including the Spice Bazaar and Arasta Bazaar and pick up traditional wares such as rugs, handicrafts and exotic spices.
Sure, Turkey is officially a Muslim country, but they have a vibrant party scene. Taking advantage of its beautiful location, Istanbul’s night-life capitalises on its harbour views and rooftops.
Many of its best bars are on the Bosphorus waterfront or on its soaring rooftops. Head to Beygolu, the city’s night-life hub, where weekend crowds drink cocktails and party late into the night.
A ferry ride is a great way to see the famous Bosphorus that separates Asia from Europe, with some of the best city views in the world.
Kusadasi, which means "bird island", is set in a superb gulf in the Aegean region
and is known for its turquoise sparkling water of the sea and broad sandy beaches.
Kusadasi has retained a certain earthiness to it and inexpensive meals and pensions can still be found in town. Many shops do a brisk trade with passengers from hundreds of cruise ships docking for a day or two, allowing enough time for a trip toEphesusand a shopping expedition.
The tiny Güvercin Adasi (Pigeon Island) is connected to the mainland with a causeway. Its romantic setting includes a well-maintained flower garden which surrounds the restored 14th or 15th century fortress, housing a restaurant and disco frequented by lovers or those hoping to find one by the night's end.
Mavisehir is the perfect blend of holiday resort and cultural hot spot. With its bustling harbour and its golden sandy beaches, Mavisehir is a smaller, more intimate resort, just 15 minutes away from the larger resort of Altinkum.
A unique feature that's not to be missed is the exciting markets, the place to be during the summer. Selling everything from souvenirs to spices and traditional turkish cuisine, you can really immerse yourself in the beautiful Turkish culture.
Just imagine a sandy beach, blue skies, a warm breeze, palm trees and the sound of the sea gently lapping on the shore. If this conjures up a vision of romance in your mind then getting married in Oludeniz is maybe just what you are looking for...
A very special wedding on the Oludeniz beach is not just a dream, it is something you should consider.
From the moment you get your first glimpse of the bay of Oludeniz you'll understand why it’s one of the most popular resorts in Turkey.
A charming little bay packed with life and activities through the long summer months, it has become best known as the home to the famous Blue Lagoon - the signature coastal image for Turkey.
Oludeniz is perfect for everyone! The bay itself is small and flat, meaning it’s very easy to navigate and ideal for those with mobility issues. There is a great selection of hotels, restaurants and bars suited to all tastes and budgets and Oludeniz is very family friendly with most hotels and restaurants having children’s facilities, cots, highchairs and kids menus.
There are very few places on earth that offer as much diversity as Oludeniz. For those looking for relaxing breaks , who enjoy a laid-back holiday of sunbathing and a few nice evenings out, Oludeniz is perfect. Sit by the hotel pool, head to the main beach, take a lazy boat trip or top up the tan around the lagoon. Wander through the pedestrian streets and enjoy a spot of shopping, take a book and order a café latte or a beer in a friendly bar, or order a sundown cocktail, stare at the sky and relax as you watch the crazy tandem paragliders pull their aerial tricks above you.
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