Over a million Brits travel to Turkey in the summer months and its popularity is on the rise. But for some single women the draw is not just the sunshine, it is the local men.
Our Turkish Toyboys follows two women, both separated from their husbands, who have given up on finding love in their hometown. Terry, 49, and Debbie, 47, have holidayed in Turkey together many times, but this two-week break in Southern Turkey promises to be special as they plan to celebrate Terry's 50th birthday and have brought their families with them.
For both women the main attraction is the resort's thriving Bar Street. "It's one of the best streets in the world as far as females are concerned. The girls come here looking for toys. They are toys… toy boys," says Terry: "The boys on Bar Street are not prostitutes but don't be under any illusion that you are their only girlfriend." "They love British tourists: they think we are absolutely rolling in money and we are their escape to paradise," says Debbie. Our Turkish Toyboys explores the relationship between Terry, Debbie, their boyfriends and their families.