Relax on the Mediterranean at the halal friendly Wome Deluxe
Located on the Southern coastline of Turkey, the Wome Deluxe resort near Alanya is the ideal retreat for Muslim families looking for a halal getaway. The modern rooms provide the perfect backdrop to the coastline view, where you can enjoy your all-inclusive halal stay. The Wome Deluxe provides separate swimming pools and beaches for women, alongside the extensive spa facilities.
Just 90 minutes from Antalya airport, the resort is situated right on the shores of the Mediterranean. The Wome Deluxe offers numerous pool areas as well as several sports and leisure activities. The Wome Deluxe also provides daytime entertainment and activities for children.
The halal All Inclusive basis is standard at the Wome Deluxe and is available from 7am to 1am each day including breakfast, lunch and dinner with snacks in between. Selected hot and soft drinks are available 24 hours.
As one of the premier halal resorts on Turkey’s south coast, the 5* all inclusive resort provides two female only swimming pools, and two mens’ only pools along with a mixed family pool as well. The unique women’s only beach is an added feature alongside the family modesty beach. Within the kids club, activities such as mini football, table tennis and bowling, there is plenty of things to keep the kids occupied in this halal friendly resort. a kids club from 5-11 years also available.
For a halal friendly holiday in southern Turkey, discover the Wome Deluxe for your next family break.
From £649 per person
based on two people sharing
- Return flights from London or the UK to Antalya (London, Birmingham or Manchester)
- 7 nights at the 5* Wome Deluxe in a standard room
- All-Inclusive basis
- Return transfers from the airport to the resort
Valid for travel during selected dates in October, March - April.
Children under 6 years old from £225 per child sharing with parents.
Family rooms available upon request. Alternative dates are available throughout the year at a supplement. Prices subject to change and availability at the time of booking.
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- Full Halal Dining
- Masjid in hotel
- Alcohol free resort
- Female only swimming and beach area
- Family Friendly
- No Casino
Enjoy the perfect holiday without the long haul flights. Just a short 4 hour flight from the UK, tourists will enjoy warm sunny days at the beach, hours of historical discoveries, and plenty of breathtaking views, famous sites, and delicious Turkish cuisines that will make your taste buds explode in delight. Turkey is a great holiday destination for couples and families with plenty of hotels complete with water sports, swimming pools, adventurous and fun activities, and all the luxuries you’ll need to enjoy a memorable stay.
Flight time from the UK: Approximately 4 hours via direct flight.
Local languages: The local language of Turkey is Turkish, however English is widely understood and spoken to a conversational level in touristic areas. Those travelling of the beaten path into more rural areas will find English isn’t as widely understood or spoken, therefore learning the basics of the language is highly recommended when travelling afar.
Best time to visit: The best time of the year to visit Turkey is between Spring and Autumn or the months of April to May, and September to mid-November. It’s within these months tourist will enjoy comfortable and pleasant weather and temperatures, with clear blue skies.
Visa requirements (for British passport holders) : British passport holders must apply for a visa before travelling to Turkey. A visa will cost just under £35 and is valid up to 3 months upon arrival. Your passport must also be valid for 60 days beyond the expiry date of your Turkish visa.
Please note: Turkey visas for citizens of the United Kingdom are electronic. No documents need to be mailed to VisaHQ for processing. You will receive your electronic visa via e-mail most likely the following day of your visa request.
Key Events and Festivals:
Hidirellez - The Hıdırellez, which falls on May 5 - 6, is a celebration of “the day of Hızır.” It’s these two days that the prophets Hızır and İlyas met in Islamic belief. It is believed that all wishes that are made on that night will be granted within the span of a year. Each province celebrate with their own unique way.
Ramazan Bayrami - Three-day festival when sweets are eaten to celebrate the end of the fast of Ramadan month. Also known as "Seker (sweets) Bayrami" since it's customary to offer candies to family members and friends that are visiting.
Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth & Sports Day – A national holiday which celebrates the arrival of Atatürk in Samsun in 1919. It also remembers the beginning of the War of Independence. This national holiday is dedicated to the youth with lots of youth friendly and sports activities.
Which airport will you fly in to: Istanbul Atatürk Airport is the main international airport serving Istanbul, and the biggest airport in Turkey by total number of passengers, destinations served and aircraft movements. Most visitors flying from the UK with arrive at Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
Must try food: Menemen - A delicious Turkish style omelet popularly known as one of the most ‘must have’ breakfast dish. Roasted onions and peppers are boiled thoroughly with tomatoes and finally mixed with eggs, herbs, parsley, pepper and grounded red pepper to provide a mouthwatering and delicious light breakfast.
Künefe - Traditional Arab cheese pastry. The unsalted cheese in between the two layers of kadayıf is the essence. Kadayıf are thin fibers of dough, a simple mix of water and flour. It is served warm because it is freshly baked and soaked in syrup.
Iskender Kebap – Doner meat. Döner is a dish of beaten pieces of meat seasoned with suet, local herbs and spices, skewered on a spit and grilled vertically. Leaves, thinly sliced pieces of döner, are served on pieces of pide, a pita like bread. Pide pieces are dressed with butter and tomato sauce.
Manti – Also known as Turkish ravioli, Manti is a hot dish served with cold yogurt and garlic. Manti is somewhat similar to dumplings consisting of dough and its grounded beef or lamb mixed with onion, salt and pepper.
Must do experience:
Visit Alanya - The coastal town is a wonderful place to spend the day, with the overlooking Alanya Castle well worth a visit. Head to the markets for a spot of shopping, and watch the world go by in a local restaurant.
From here you can also board a pirate ship...or a regular ship and head out to the outlying Dim Caves. In land, head to the Manavgat Waterfalls, or enjoy a Jeep safari to the Tauras Mountains.