Turkey Halal Holidays
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Turkey halal holidays offers Muslim travellers the ideal destination to experience nature, food, history and adventure. What makes Turkey unique is not only its transcontinental location, but how the modern and traditional worlds coexist.
As the ultimate Muslim holiday destination, there is so much to explore across Turkey’s variety of landscapes and heritage. Claimed by several empires such as the Roman and Ottoman, you can spend your entire Turkey holiday only visiting historical sites.
Previously known as Contantinople, Istanbul is split by the Bosphorus strait, which is known as the dividing line between Europe and Asia. The city’s charming sights, sounds and colours makes it one of the most diverse and vibrant cities in the world. Thanks to Istanbul’s geographical location and rich history, the city is home to a mixture of Islamic and Mediterranean cultures.
Halal tourism in Turkey has skyrocketed over the last few years thanks to the country’s Muslim-friendly services. Halal resorts and hotels in Turkey can be found in abundance. Expect to find Muslim-friendly services such as women-only beaches and swimming pools as well as alcohol-free hotels with private villas are common too.
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Istanbul Halal Holidays
As Europe’s largest city, Istanbul certainly has a lot to offer. Best known as the cultural, economic and historic centre of Turkey, you can find a gorgeous assortment of mosques and eccentric architecture. Built in 1616, the Blue Mosque is famous for its blue tile work and particular rules must be followed when entering the landmark.
Istanbul is also famous for the Hagia Sophia Mosque and reflects cultural influences of many empires. If you’re more of a collector and shopping is your stronger suit, then the Grand Bazaar is your go to. Here you can find colourful lanterns and a maze of hallways that will be fun to discover.
Antalya Halal Holidays
Halal holidays to Antalya are a great way to escape the cold weather and enjoy some sun and sand. It is a popular tourist destination and home to many ancient ruins, including the remains of the Temple of Apollo. The region is also known for its beaches, which are situated along the Turkish Riviera.
Antalya offers modern amenities while still maintaining traditional architecture and design elements that include mosaics, domed roofs, and marble columns.
Cappadocia Halal Holidays
A UNESCO Heritage Site, explore Cappadocia’s valleys and take in its other-wordly scenery. Discover rock formations in the shape of mushrooms and experience a hot air balloon ride over this natural wonder. For a true once in a lifetime experience, staying in a cave hotel should be on your to-do list.
Cappadocia provides travellers with this unique opportunity to see how people once lived in the ancient region. Cappadocia’s cave hotels come with modern options such as Wi-Fi and modern bathrooms.
Turkey halal resorts & hotels
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Best times to visit Turkey
Turkey offers three different climates zones, so the best time to visit the country depends on your preferences. As a halal-friendly destination for families and couples, Turkey generally experiences sunshine in the summer months from June to September and milder temperatures during winter.
The hot summers have temperatures in the low to mid-30 degrees Celsius. The best time to visit Istanbul is between March to May and September to November. Crowds in the city are also manageable during this time. Antalya has dryer periods in June to September.
The warmest month is July with an average high of 34 degrees Celsius so most hotels feature air conditioning. Cappadocia has a continental climate with peak hot summers in July and August with temperatures of 32 degrees Celsius, so this would be the best time to visit for a hot summer. It does get dry but the heat is still manageable. Colder months fall between November and March and snow is usually experienced as early as November so it could be best to avoid the region at this time.