Whether you’re looking for a beach honeymoon, a city escape, or a rural hideaway, Turkey has you covered!
When it comes to finding the right spot for you, there are a few things you should consider. First, think about the climate and if you want to go to a warm and tropical location or to a winder wonderland oasis.
If you’re looking for a quirkier hot honeymoon experience, Cappadocia is the right place for you!
Cappadocia is a fairy-tale destination with amazing architecture, hollowed out of volcanic cliffs. It’s truly spectacular. There are not many other places in the world where you can say you honeymooned in a cave! Cappadocia is one of the most popular places in the world to ride in a hot air balloon and is offered all year long, so if you get the chance to go on one, do it.
Today, these cave houses are sleek boutique cave hotels, with caverns that provide stylish troglodyte living made for the 21st century.
Hot-air ballooning over the valleys of rock cones is every honeymooner’s top pick for things to do while here. Hiking and horse riding between the valley Byzantine cave churches is also high on the list for more active couples!
You are now Mr & Mrs, why not snuggle up in Reykavik, Iceland
Reykavik, Iceland has so much to offer newlyweds. From natural hot springs to tackling the ice glacier climbs. Another day you can check out the black sand beach of Reynisfjara. Plus, if you happen to be there between late August to mid-April, you can witness one of the most magical natural wonders: The Northern Lights. Basically, the island nation is out of this world and makes an amazing place to spend your honeymoon.
Last but not least, Santorini, Greece is the place to be.
Known for its beautiful pristine whitewashed villas, this small volcanic island is ”THE” spot newlyweds will love. Away from its famous villages, you’ll find so much to explore. You can check out ancient sites, like the Bronze Age settlement of Akrotíri, you can walk along the red and black sand beaches at sunset with your partner, you can take a scenic boat ride, or you can visit one of the area’s wineries. If you’re up for a more adventurous activity, you can even jet ski from Perivolos Beach to the island’s volcano. What more would you want?
Words by Natasha Syed