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I was planning to fly in either direct to Antalya late Aug-early Sept or if no cheap flights then to Ankara and then bus it to Antalya. Cue cries of "oh no noooo!
How one English wife of a Turkish man spent here time in the resort area of Antalya fending off leering glances and gropes at her 14yrs old daughter I've travelled all over Asia, have had some very hairy moments but have managed always to slip away without much harm, I'm 35 yrs old but, after being assaulted in a London backpackers earlier this yr Should I take all these warning seriously? Is it really that bad? I'm a really friendly girl who others think is quite attractive, I've lived in Muslim countries so don't mind covering up but am starting to think I should just go to Croatia or somewhere else I've been to Turkey with my wife three times in the last 10 years, traveling the Med, Aegean, Black Sea, and Marmara coasts, and a lot of the interior.
As budget travelers, we often share accommodation and transportation with singles of both sexes, because sharing costs makes such good sense, and we often meet up with those same people weeks after our shared experiences, and exchange stories. We've never in a cumulative total of months in Turkey met a single female traveler who had encountered anything heavier than an easily-deflected pass. In fact, no man should sit beside a woman who isn't his wife or a relative.
I was asked to move on a crowded bus because a single young female got on, and the only seat available was next to a young man. The conductor asked me to take that seat, so the single girl could sit beside my wife. We both had interesting conversations with our new seatmates as a result. Call me a chauvinist, but I've always felt it was my duty to protect women from violence or unwanted advances. Over the last few years, though, I have become much more circumspect in the increasingly frequent instances where the woman is drinking, flirting, and flaunting.