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The Queen’s 90th Birthday: A Royal Visit

As the Queen turns 90, we look back on the Sunvil destinations which she has visited during her 63 year reign. The Queen is not only our longest reigning sovereign but she must also be one of the best-travelled people in the world, having visited over 100

World Book Day With the Sunvil Team

With many avid readers amongst the Sunvil team, we know all too well the potential that books have to inspire and to bring a place to life. On World Book Day, we wanted to share the books which have inspired our travels and which are set in

Dilek National Park in Turkey

  It’s only a 30-minute ride away from the bustling city of Kusadasi by dolmus (the informal Turkish public minibus service), but the tranquillity of Dilek National Park will feel like as though it’s a world away. The national park covers an area of forest and secluded coastline, and

Akyaka in Turkey and a different type of beach holiday

Turkey’s holiday resorts tend to tick the required boxes for preconceptions of a holiday to Turkey, with the sound of eager sellers at the lively bazaars merging with regular calls to prayer from the minarets, rising sharply from the narrow old lanes. Visit Akyaka though, and you’ll witness an

Visiting Kusadasi and Ephesus from Greece

The Greek islands boast enough places of cultural interest to keep an avid historian occupied for a lifetime and even for those looking to mix their sightseeing with a bit of beach time, the options are almost endless.  Just to offer even more opportunities to mix the