All inclusive Manavgat holidays are not like some other holiday resorts. Although it is a small, inland location, it comes with its own vibe. What makes it different from other locations is its popular waterfalls and river. Despite the fact that it’s a great getaway, you won’t be far away from the beaches, the nightlife at Side and the Roman ruins.
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Manavgat holidays are not all that quiet though. The active tourists can use the Oymapinar Dam which is the nearby adventure park featuring zip wires and climbing ropes. The highlight of this holiday is the Titreyengol, which is a waterpark that is equipped with wave pool and slides for kids to have fun with. You can cruise using a boat or swim in the freshwater. You can even sunbathe beside turtles on the shore.
Although your cheap all inclusive holidays to Manavgat will not have any beach, it enjoys abundance of water that goes round the city. The Manavgat River divides the town into two, with waterfalls pouring along the route. Along this route, travellers will find restaurants and cafes where they can actually sit and dip their feet inside the water as they eat. Other activities that are popular here include canoeing and rafting. You can visit Side for a swim friendly experience.
This is an excellent getaway for families and couples. Holidays in Manavgat all inclusive are also perfect for travellers who love adventure.
Activities and sight attractions
The major tourist attraction that a holiday in Manavgat enjoys is the river, with its crystal clear pools and waterfall. There’s also a stunning riverside park that is ideal to walk in the evening with several toe dipping possibilities along the riverbanks. Take a trip with one of the boats and go south to the Mediterranean coastal region.
Manavgat is a great location for tourists to see the best Roman sights. The nearby city is Side with its Temple of Apollo and large amphitheatre. The city of Seleukeia is the area that the remains of an old market place and city halls are set in the forest. The ancient theatre of Aspendos used to seat about 15,000 audiences.
Bread is the staple food in Manavgat. You’ll find different types of bread that is stuffed with meat, called manti, pide or elmek. Another main dish in Manavgat is the Pilaf. This is fine grained rice prepared in butter with vegetables, meat and onions. The favourite meat item is Kebab. It is well known that tourists who visit Turkey are there for the history, but stay because of the food.
All inclusive in Manavgat offers plenty to keep tourists entertained. This resort is relatively a traditional area, but with plenty of nightclubs, restaurants and bars. The nearby village of Side offers a lot more for visitors to enjoy.
The best time to go
The Manavgat weather is typical in the Mediterranean location. Spring is a favourable time to visit. The temperatures can be very high during the summer months with 12 hours of daily sunshine.
Hotels in Manavgat
Many Manavgat hotels offer guests the opportunities to spend the day unwinding at the service spa or use their own private beach. Visitors can also visit the resort’s restaurants to enjoy delicious meals.
Map of Manavgat, Turkey
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