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Has anyone been to Side, Turkey? (Antalya)

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bangingmyheadoffabrickwall Wed 29-Mar-17 22:10:08

We are taking our two young children (DS 5 and DD 2) during May half term to the Otium Seven Seas Hotel Resort.

It's been 3 years since we have had a holiday and it seems in that time I have forgotten just about everything!

We would like to know what temperatures we should expect during the last week of May/first week of June -flying out May 29th and any places of interest that are child-friendly (i.e. entertain and interest them).

Also any info on the hotel we are staying at and transfer times and whether it is a 'smooth' journey, would be much appreciated.

Lastly, in terms of clothing, what does a 5 and 2 year old need??? They have 22kgs of luggage allowance - that's about their entire wardrobe!

Hersetta427 Thu 30-Mar-17 14:31:01

We went to Turkey at exactly this time and daytime temps were between 27-34 degrees so it will be very warm so just shorts and t shirts required for day and evening. I believe transfer from the airport is approx. 45 mins but its years since we have been so I can't rightly remember - we will be just along the coast from you at the same time. We are going to Belek.

2014newme Fri 31-Mar-17 10:21:37

Yes I have. Huge beach. Amphitheatre. Busy town with restaurants, bars etc. Popular with Germans.
I had a good time.

midsomermurderess Sat 01-Apr-17 18:29:13

I haven't been to that resort but have been down to that coast in May. The weather is lovely but the sea is still pretty cold.

wrinkleseverywhere Sat 08-Apr-17 08:26:33

In terms of clothes, if you're staying in a hotel & eating in the restaurant, bear in mind your DC will be eating in public for every meal. If they are messy eaters, this can cause problems. Take a lot of t-shirts!

bangingmyheadoffabrickwall Tue 18-Apr-17 15:21:51

Yes, had thought that I would actually need a new outfit for every day for the kids! We (DH and I) are travelling light and only taking two suitcases even though we can take 4!

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