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Market Day in Turgutreis

Shopaholics and souvenir hunters listen up - this one's right up your street. It's a morning dedicated entirely to shopping at a bustling Turkish street bazaar. First up, we'll pick you up from your hotel and drop you off in the centre of the action, giving you around two hours to roam around on your own. Get ready to splash your cash as you wander round the rows of shaded stalls. You'll pass tables laden with tempting local fruit and vegetables and all kinds of foodstuffs. You'll see stalls piled high with soft-knit pashminas, jewelled slippers and hand-woven rugs. And rack after rack of soft leather bags, brightly painted pots and gleaming brass ornaments. You name it you'll probably find it here. Just make sure you haggle to get the best deals. The stallholders will take euros, UK Sterling and Turkish Lira. And whatever you do, don't leave without buying a box of sugar-dusted Turkish Delight. These sticky sweets are an exotic taste of Turkey and a great take-home treat. Turgutreis itself is a pretty seaside town, named after Turgut Reis (known in the West as Dragut), a Turkish admiral who was born here in 1485. You will also enjoy its 5 kilometres of sandy beaches and many waterfront restaurants and bars. At the end of the tour you get to rest your legs and enjoy a refreshment break at the Gold Centre. Shopaholics and souvenir hunters listen up - this one's right up your street. It's a morning dedicated entirely to shopping at a bustling Turkish street bazaar. First up, we'll pick you up from your hotel and drop you off in the centre of the action, giving you around two hours to roam around on your own. Get ready to splash your cash as you wander round the rows of shaded stalls. You'll pass tables laden with tempting local fruit and vegetables and all kinds of foodstuffs. Meeting/pick-up point: You will be picked up from your hotel between 8:15 and 8:45 returning between 1pm and 2pm. Others:The excursion includes transfers and the services of a bilingual guide. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and clothes, sunglasses, a cap and sun screen.