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Guide - Introduction

 

This website does not set out to be a comprehensive guide to Turkey.  There are some excellent online resources available on this fabulous country and some of these are listed in the Information section.

However, we want your stay in to be as enjoyable as possible.  So in this area of the site, we've tried to  bring together all the information we can about the village of Turunç and the surrounding area.

 

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The pages on Turkey and Turunç Today are 'scene setters' to introduce this vast country and the small corner where you can find this fabulous village.

The village hasn't always been a holiday destination so do take a look at Turunç History for some fascinating early pictures.


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Getting to Turunç today is very straightforward.

In the Getting There page we provide information about flights, transfers and entry requirements which should be especially helpful for first-time visitors.


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The village itself is a delight - there are many Things to Enjoy and Local Transport makes getting about very easy.


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One of the really exasperating things about visiting somewhere new can be the time and effort it takes to locate those essentials of everyday life - even when you are on holiday: where's the Post Office?, the cash-point?, what time do the buses run?

The Useful Information page and Village Map should prove helpful in answering most questions vistors will have.


Of course, you may enjoy the village so much that you spend all your time here. 

But, if you do decide to venture out, there are some delightful bays and villages on the Bozburun peninsula - all easily reached on a day trip. 

The Out & About section provides details on these hidden treasures and the Further Afield section gives information on some places to visit a little further away.


It would be wrong to view Turunç  just as a holiday resort: there is a real, vibrant village here.

Check out the Village Life page for a sense of the 'real' Turunç.


Finally, for a somewhat irreverent perspective, please do browse the Turunç Diary from our mystery correspondent "Dedikodu Kız".

 

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If we have missed anything - quite possible - or got something wrong, then please mail us at feedback@myturunc.com and let us know.