Forget the bikini-clad Europeans. For a growing number of Turkey’s hoteliers, halal holidays is where the money is at.
With their no-alcohol policy and separate beaches, pools and discotheques for men and women, “family style” holidays are on the rise as hoteliers look to cash in on the new middle class from Turkey’s more religiously conservative Anatolian heartland.
According to Milliyet, the Turkish daily, family-style holidays in Turkey have seen a 200 per cent jump in demand over the past five years.
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