Turkish Coast (AA Spiral Guides) Spiral-bound – 2 Jan 2003
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lots of helpful tips, very accurate, and we did try a lot of the sites that they recommended and we were really pleased.
i could not, however, find any information on Kayakoy the ghost town which was a def must see but I couldnt find it in the book!
out of all the books i saw on amazon i went with this one and i really believe it is one of the better options. we lent it to several couples at the hotel we stayed at who used it and liked it also.
nice size too! unlike some other heavy travel books - this one fit in the front pocket of my back pack as we bump our way along on the quad bike :)
When it arrived, i was pleasantly surprised. For under £10, it was made well made with ring binder which was ideal for flicking through, its also quite sturdy and wont tear easily, water proof, clear pictures and descriptions with maps and colour codes etc. No nonsense comments and will tell you how it is.. not how we would like it to be (such is life.
I would not hesitate in recommending this guide to anyone looking for one of the Turkish coast. You cant get better for less than a Tenner! Lorraine-Nottingham.
It suggest four hotels in a large area of Turkey , useless information.
I would not have bought this book but for previous 5 star reviews
what were they reading. There is some useful information about places
to visit, all available on internet or in holiday brochures.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book did not give all the information we needed. Just a synopsis of the different places on the coast. Would have liked more details.Published on 27 Sept. 2012 by carmel
I found this book a good compliment for another book.
This book gave slightly different take on sights and even suggested day itineraries for shorter visits.