İğneada? Never heard before...
Whatever you find on the internet, whatever the few who were there are telling you, whatever you read here, Turkish İğneada will surprise you.
Some will say that it is still to be developed.
Others will say that it is pristine and wild.
Or that it is lonesome and boring.
Or that it is filled with divine silence.
Each of those views is, to some extent, right. One thing is certain - if your ideal vacation is Bulgarian Sunny Beach, Spanish Torremolinos or Italian Rimini, do not even look up the small Turkish town on the map. You will not find anything you like there.
There are no crowded hotels packed next to each other, no restaurants with pretentious and bored waiters. There is no music that is blasting out of discos until late at night; there are no shouts from drunken teenagers in the streets. Nobody on the beach will be stepping on your towel, because there is simply nobody many meters around. You do not spend money for a beach umbrella. And what is most amazing - parking does not appear to be a problem.
If you are ready to bear these hardships, İğneada might be your place. But you will certainly understand it only on the second or the third day, or perhaps even only when you return to your home country.