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Turkey in September

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Turkey in September

I am hoping to travel to turkey in September and am going down the coast. I am a female travelling on my own and wanted to find out which coastal town would be the best and accommodation. I am not looking for raging nights just somewhere safe that I can walk around on my own, has nice beaches and good shopping and priced economically. Any advice would be appreciated.

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1. Re: Turkey in September

Santorini is a top international global touristic destination, but it's in GREECE.

So, live your myth in Greece.

Athens, Greece
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2. Re: Turkey in September

????????????

santorini is in Greece

is safe and great

www.santorini.gr

just to learn some basic things...i will be glad to help you after a little searching..; )

Istanbul, Turkey
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3. Re: Turkey in September

dear saundek,

Side,Belek,Kemer,Manavgat,Alanya (located in the city of Antalya)

Marmaris,Bodrum,Göcek,fethiye,Dalyan (Mugla)

Cesme(Izmir)

many many alternatives...all safe,wonderful beaches and view of nature

just pick one of them..and lets discuss on it later

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I spent my last 9 years in Turkey.. ( io sono una cittadinanza del mondo )

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7. Re: Turkey in September

Seems pretty obvious to me that she's asking about Turkey and has made a mistake by writing to the Santorini forum. I think the use of the word Turkey is a strong clue, as the the idea of "going down the coast" - a much more rational thing to do in Turkey than in Greece.

Saundek, Santorini is probably one of the top 100 tourist destinations in the world for many people, but I'd suggest using the Turkey forums for questions about that country.

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