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Sound Centre in Turkey

Our Sound Centre in Turkey is now running sound workshops as part of a holiday with a difference.

Sound & Energy 4 All in Turkey is based in Altinkum the jewel of the Aegean Coast. It is famous for its beautiful sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Altinkum mixes the modern and the traditional with its vibrant shops and café/bars running the length of Atatürk Boulevard and its many tucked away tranquil coves for those quiet relaxing moments. There is a large market on Saturdays with many stalls filled with herbs spices cheeses honey sweets nuts and dried fruits alongside a wealth of seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables. There is also a large selection of clothes leather goods trinkets baubles handmade linen and textiles toys to name just a few. Olives and olive oil is plentiful from the olive groves in Akbuk a local traditional fishing village. Moving about is easy with the dolmus (mini buses) running every few minutes to take you to your friends, the shops, the beaches or further afield.

 Altinkum also has its very own local ancient historical site Didyma Apollo it was originally a sanctuary centred around a sacred grove and holy spring where legend has it that the beautiful Leto is supposed to have spent an hour of love with Zeus and later gave birth to the twins Artemis and Apollo (didyma in Greek). This was the most important Oracle site in Asia Minor and its fame of the oracle spread across Eastern Europe to Egypt. Its pronouncements to Croesus, Alexander the Great and other great kings altered the course of human history. The French first began excavations at the temple in 1834 followed by the Berlin museum in 1904 to 1913 and the German Archaeological Institute from 1962 to date.

If you want to go a little further afield but not too far there are a range of interesting sights to see close by, including the loggerhead turtles at Dalyan which is also famous for its mud baths.

 Ephesus a well preserved archaeological site of the Roman Empire with its Grand Theatre which has a seating capacity of 25000. Both Sting and Dianna Ross have performed there. It is also where St Paul once gave a speech.

Pamukkale is called the Cotton castle by English tourists because of its stalactites and the white moon craters filled with effervescent waters. It was renowned in ancient times (and still is) as a healing place because of the effects of the calcium in its thermal pools.

Then there is scuba diving or you may want to take a boat trip where you can swim snorkel or just relax on board one of turkeys recognisable Gulet Sailing boats or even bring your own boat. Altinkum has its very own harbour.

Our holidays provide all-inclusive full board accommodation and transport to and from Bodrum airport.

Sound and Energy 4 All is running the following holiday/workshops in sound.

June 16th to 22nd            2013                          Barefoot doctor Sound-healing retreat

June 23 to 29thth             2013                         Bards of Avalon

                                                                              Manifesting the life you want to live through sound

September 1st to 14th         2013                         Don Conreaux Gong Master Training

September 15th to 28th    2013                         Mojca Morya Malek

                                                                               Week 1: Himalayan Singing Bowls Massage (15-21)

                                    Week 2: Yoga Laughter Training (22-28)

September 29th to 12thOctober 2013            Julie Rutherford      

Sound with Tai’chi and meditation to discover your    unique sound signature.

October 13th-20th 2013                                     Bards of Avalon - Sacred Sound


For full details on all these holiday/workshops go to 

UK contact: Julie Rutherford     Email:

 Tel: +44 (0)1732 440585           Mobile: +44 (0) 7772935968

Tukiye contact: Tunc Arikan     Email:

Tel: +90 (256) 813 1673            Mobile: +90 (542) 471 5635

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