All breakfasts and one dinner are included.
Lunches are normally taken at small lokantas traditional café/restaurants) along the route, as are dinners.
Food in Turkey is generally very good and varied, making use of fresh local ingredients.
Turkey has one of the world's most renowned cuisines, wherein the freshness and quality of the produce is the most important ingredients. Excellent sea-food is often available in coastal restaurants: snapper, grooper, sea-bass, bream, tuna, swordfish, red mullet, small anchovies, calamari, octopus, crayfish. The meat is mountain lamb and beef served as grills, goulashes (güvec), or cooked at the table in Turkish woks (saç).
Fresh, locally produced vegetables include aubergines, courgettes, tomatoes, beans, peppers, onions used in imaginative vegetarian side-dishes (meze).
Furthermore there is some of the best fruit in the world: oranges, lemons, watermelon on the coast, and apples, peaches, cherries, figs, walnuts, pistachios from the hills.
Vegetarians are usually well catered for.