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The name Gallipoli derives from Ancient Greek to mean 'Beautiful City' and its certainly true of this Turkish Peninsula that sits in the Aegean sea. Hotels.com have handpicked the best Gallipoli hotels for you to choose from, ensuring you get the best form your stay in Gallipoli. Our portfolio of Gallipoli hotels includes beach side options as well as hotels which are located close to the major memorials and attractions. Each hotel is showcased on our site with the latest information and can be booked with ease using our simple booking system.

What's Gallipoli Like?

The main town of Gallipoli, or Gelibolu, is the best place to eat, drink and visit the beach, but the rest of the peninsula is also worth exploring. Although the peninsula has an interesting place in history when it comes to the Ottoman Empire and much earlier civilisations, it's most famously known as the location of a World War I offensive and these battlefields are the greatest tourist attractions on the peninsula today. The biggest battlefield is Capes Helles where visitors can see the Cannakale Martyrs Memorial and the British Memorial. At Anzac Cove visitors will find the New Zealand and Australian Memorials. You can learn more about the offensive at the Kabatepe Information Centre & Museum.Those interested in the region's more ancient history can travel to the supposed city of Troy, where a reconstructed horse and the ruins of the city can be explored. The ancient fortress of Kilitbahir is another popular historical attraction. As well as these sites and memorials, the peninsula itself offers many serene natural areas, perfect for walking. Visiotrs can get back to nature at the Gelibolu Milli Park where you can learn about the region's natural history. You can also take a boat trip across the Dardanelle Straits to the Asian part of Turkey.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Gallipoli

Many Turkish citizens visit Gallipoli to pay homage to the soldiers that died here, however it's not just important to be respectful of the locals but the many nationalities that come here to remember those who died during the Gallipoli offensive. Large numbers of Australian and New Zealand visitors, Turkish nationals as well as British visitors come every year to pay their respects. Visitors will discover quickly that Turkish nationals are proud of their beautiful and fascinating history and will love to chat with you about your trip. Start your holiday to this peaceful and sobering part of the world with Hotels.com, travel and hotel experts.