Turkey ski resorts
As you know, most of us at the word Turkey immediately have an association with the sea, the sun and beach holidays! But Turkey is not only a summer holiday on the azure coast of any of its seas. Not everyone knows that Turkey - it is also very decent ski resorts. The main advantage of Turkish ski resorts is good quality at an affordable price because they are not a such popular as the Alps, therefore prices are much lower here. You will also be pleased with the fact that the “all inclusive” system is widespread in Turkey, not only at beach resorts but also at ski resorts. Often the package includes not only flights, accommodation and meals, but also a ski pass, a shuttle to the ski lift, and sometimes even discount coupons for spa treatments or dinners in restaurants. This is very convenient because it allows you to control costs.
It is also pleased that the Turkish ski resorts are focused on all categories of guests: almost everyone has kindergartens, animation, spa salons, restaurants with various cuisines, discos and much more. Each resort has its own specifics, so how to choose the most suitable for you?
The most famous and popular resort is Uludag. There is all the infrastructure for a family holiday with children, there are wide well-groomed slopes surrounded by coniferous forests. There are no difficult tracks, has mostly blue and green, and each hotel has its own lift.
Fans of difficult tracks should go to Palandoken, this is the youngest resort in the country, but it is already in favor of professional athletes, the longest track is 12 kilometers, and for fans of "hard" adrenaline, there are off-piste areas.
Resort Sarikamish - is small and easy for beginners - with green slopes and cross-country ski runs.
Kartalkaya - is a resort with diverse tracks and opportunities for slalom and biathlon.
Kayseri is a small but quite crowded resort, beloved by the local population of the country because of a variety of tracks and beautiful views of the extinct volcano.
All popular resorts have schools for children and adults, the cost of classes is much lower than in the Alps, and many instructors speak Russian.