TUI BLUE Tropical

Beachside TUI BLUE Tropical goes all out to keep you entertained, with an enormous central pool complete with waterslides. As you can imagine, children are very well catered for here, and there are comfy pool loungers for you to recline on as you keep an eye on your little ones. The buffet restaurant serves a wealth of international dishes and offers al fresco dining on the pretty terrace. And with Sarigerme centre just a short walk away, you have plenty of options for mealtimes. Bedrooms at the TUI BLUE Tropical are modern, clean and charmingly bright, not to mention comfortable.

Overview of Sarigerme

From perfect beaches to ancient ruins and unforgettable food, holidays to Turkey have it all. In one of the most beautiful parts of the country, Sarigerme is a haven if you’re after ultimate relaxation and family fun in a stunning setting. Unspoilt, traditional and utterly charming, this little-known gem on the Turkish southwest coast is a destination well worth considering.

Things to do in Sarigerme

In Sarigerme, a slow pace of life rules supreme. This is clear when you visit the beach, which is part of a conservation area. It’s wonderfully quiet and charges a nominal fee, which goes towards the upkeep of the toilets, cafes and a mini zoo for children. Sarigerme might be quiet, but you can still enjoy some super-fun watersports. Take kiteboarding lessons in the Aegean, or give surfing a go. There’s a resident dive school as well. The food in Sarigerme is, as you’d expect in a quiet and non-touristy resort, traditional and tasty. Local laid-back restaurants often specialise in fresh seafood dishes with a friendly welcome.


Resort Summary

Where the Mediterranean meets the Aegean is where you’ll find the laid-back shores of Sarigerme, a popular destination for cheap holidays to Turkey, that knows how to take things nice and slow. It’s located along Turkey’s southwestern coast, about a 20-minute drive from Dalaman, though its quiet, sun-kissed shores feel like they’re in a world of their own.

Sarigerme has seven kilometres of sand, where kiteboarding and diving take centre the stage. Many holidaymakers are tempted to stay within the grounds of their cushy hotels, but you’d be wise to branch out with so much on the horizon. We’re talking the mud baths of Dalyan and shop-heavy Marmaris – plus the Greek island of Rhodes is just over the water.