In Istanbul, there's sea views at every turn. The gleaming Bosphorus, the bustling Golden Horn waterway, the Marmara Shore and the Black Sea have long been a focus for day trippers, as have Istanbul sea view properties, which are highly sought after by investors and lifestyle buyers alike. Join us for a tour of Istanbul's best sea view properties.
Property Turkey BlogProperty Turkey's blog is designed to give you an insight into all things Turkish, including tips about life in Turkey, Turkish culture, economic & political matters and how to get the best out of your home and investment. Showcasing many case studies of those who invested and/or moved to Turkey and integrated into the Turkish lifestyle, this blog is your informative guide for all you need to know about making the big move overseas to Turkey.
Focusing on the main hotspots of Bodrum, Antalya, Fethiye, Kalkan, Istanbul, Kas, Side, and more - you can expect us to blog weekly about the latest trends, case studies and news coming out of the top cities in Turkey. Also expect several investment tips and hot tips for real estate and properties that are hot and ready to sell now.
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Whether it is real estate or business, anyone looking to invest in Turkey will be pleasantly surprised with the massive range of opportunities available. Gone are the days when real estate purchases were haphazard and shrouded in confusion and legal loopholes. The days when foreign investors were second class to Turkish professionals have also been laid to rest. Turkey has revolutionised its foreign investor sector to become one of the most competitive markets in the world.
When it comes to famous film studios of the world, people think of Hollywood, Bollywood or the charming French city of Cannes. Turkish government wants to turn the Mediterranean hub of Antalya, into Turkey’s version of Hollywood. They want it to be a favourite hangout place for celebrities and a destination where overnight you can become a global star, whether you make films or appear in them.
The iconic historic peninsula of Istanbul is on every tourist’s to-do list. From towering mosques to labyrinthine bazaars, there’s an incredible array of historical and cultural sites. While the rundown areas just outside the central peninsula are often shunned, this is set to change as regeneration transforms these historic areas.
Holidaymakers want more than a beach life. Rather than visit top rated attractions they look for unknown, weird and wonderful themes. They are todays independent travellers, full of curiosity and want to know about unusual things to do. They want to visit unique places or indulge in activities they can’t do at home. They want to holiday like a Turk and fully immerse themselves in all things quirky. Whether you are young or old, adventurous or simply curious, Turkey delivers when it comes to places and attractions.
The dream of living in Turkey fills people with hope. They imagine a life by the beach, with gorgeous weather and a stunning home. They think of their perfect utopia, and it is what motivates to wake up. Unfortunately, while there is nothing wrong with this dream, it rarely goes so smoothly. Moving to a different country can be a stressful experience if you are not prepared for the expat challenges that accompany a life in Turkey.
If even the thought of a spider or scorpion sees you break out into a cold sweat, look away now. Marie Coggin outlines the various creepy crawlies and wildlife she's encountered in Bodrum, including an impressive escapade that saw her wrestle a snake into a net. From scorpions and spiders to street dogs, explore Turkey's animals and discover what to pat, and what to avoid.
In 2017, Turkey exported 21,000 tons of organic food. Reaching 68 countries, earning 87 million USD in revenue, which was an increase on 2016 of 17%. The organic food market of Turkey is looking towards exporting even more goods in 2018, with countries like Germany, the USA and France driving the demand. Organic food companies are also eager to increase exports to the EU, one of Turkey’s already existing fruitful business partnerships.
Antalya has many sandy beaches, and the icing on the cake is that some of them are classed as the best in Turkey. Antalya also ranks as the number one location in Turkey for Blue flags beaches. Over 200 of them adhere to environmental and cleanliness standards needed to receive the award. Those beaches are scattered all around the Antalya region and not just confined to the city centre. So, if copious amounts of sand are what you want, where should you go?
The Antalya region of Mediterranean Turkey is a popular tourist hub offering holidaymakers glorious sunshine, unlimited scenic landscapes, plenty of crisp evenings and a laidback lifestyle reflecting a new utopia. If you are a first-time visitor, our suggestions, make a massive difference between good holidays and fantastic life experiences that will make you want to move to Antalya permanently.