Bodrum summer 2021 holiday bookings already booming – with deals from £159

HOLIDAY bookings to Turkey are already soaring for next year, with bargains for under £200 per person.

Bodrum, the holiday resort popular with British tourists, is seeing interest return to the region for summer 2021.

Bodrum Hoteliers Union Association (BODER) General Secretary Orhan Kavala told local media that bookings are already coming in next summer, with the tourist season expected to restart by May.

He said: "Our guests coming from abroad have already started to make their reservations for the 2021 tourism season.

"Reservations are going well for now. We are hopeful about the new tourism season. Our expectations are high."

Most of the early bookings are coming from the UK, along with nearby Russia and Ukraine, he said, adding that they expect all the Bodrum hotels to open their doors next season.

Tour operators are already offering summer 2021 holidays to Turkey.

Many of the deals also include luggage as well as transfers and deposit schemes.

  • Save £200 on summer 2021 Turkey holidays with First Choice – book here
  • Seven nights in Turkey with easyJet Holidays – from £159pp
  • Seven nights in Marmaris with TUI – from £292pp
  • Seven nights all-inclusive in Turkey with easyJet Holidays – from £392pp
  • Seven nights in Bodrum with TUI – from £499pp (saving 27%)
  • Jet2 summer 2021 holidays to Turkey with Free Child places – from £1,299 per family

This is great news for families who were forced to cancel their holidays this year, when Turkey was placed onto the UK's quarantine list.

With the UK itself in lockdown, many are looking further ahead for their next trip abroad.

While Brits have been stopped from travelling to Turkey – it was placed on the quarantine list on October 1 due to Covid – the country has managed to retain tourism from other countries such as Germany, Bulgaria and Ukraine.

Turkey’s Culture and Tourism Ministry announced that last week that the country welcomed 9.64m visitors since the end of the local lockdown.

In 2019, Brits made more than 2.5m visits to Turkey, and the country hopes to see similar figures again next year.

While there are fears that summer 2021 holidays could still be disrupted by the pandemic, tour operators are offering bargain deals.

TUI, Jet2 and easyJet have launched their deals, with travel experts warning to book now as prices are likely to go up as demand does.

TUI has even launched summer 2022 holidays which families can book two years in advance.

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