Moving abroad is not a step you take lightly, it is a huge decision for anyone. From around the world people uproot and move on a daily basis, whether to a new city, a new country, or new continent. Those who make the decision to go for a life abroad probably face the hardest questions of all - it is not a lifestyle cut out for the faint-hearted. Once you have decided to buy a home in Turkey, what decisions are you going to face? What is the difference between life in Turkey and life at home? We answer the tough questions for you and try to make your move a smooth and easy process along the way.
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Once you have travelled this vast country that's Turkey, you could very well find yourself writing an endless list of tourist favourites and exotic destinations that will have the reader in awe at the level of beauty that this diverse country has to offer. We have decided to go one step further than that and bring you our five top places in Turkey that will simply blow your mind; leaving an impression that will last and a memory that will be ingrained until the end of time. Some of these will not be what you expected, but each has their own appeal and golden unique selling points that will have you returning to these shores year on year without hesitation and even decide to buy a home in Turkey just to be a part of it bricks and mortar.
A comprehensive guide to everything you need to know about the Turkish Riviera - including a look at the history of the region, weather conditions and best times to visit, life on the sea along with a sailing guide, best beaches to check out in the whole region, nightlife and things to do when in the Turkish Riviera, and luxury resorts - we have you covered in every aspect. Sail with us through a journey taking you to exotic locations such as Fethiye, Bodrum, Sovalye Island, Kalkan, Kas, and more.
A home in Sovalye Island Fethiye is certainly not everyone's cup of tea. However, Masons discovered their hidden paradise on a sailing trip along the south-west coast of Turkey. When they stepped foot on Sovalye Island, they knew this was their little piece of heaven, a place their kids could run free and enjoy a slice of time no longer to be found in the modern world
With over 300 days of sunshine every single year, Antalya is arguably Turkey’s prime Mediterranean destination and one travelled by millions year on year who simply can't get enough of this sunny destination. The city is great and modern, with stunning beaches and views leading all the way to the Taurus mountains. From the fascinating and historical city centre Kaleici and its narrow streets and Ottoman era houses, to the glamorous beach areas - Antalya is primed with things to do and places to see. Taking you on an adventure through Antalya - we blog about the best day trips and excursions for tourists and travellers to undertake whilst here in Turkey.
Visited by over 30 million tourists every single year, there must be something in the Turkish air that keeps bringing them back. The diversity of culture found in this part of the world, a historically rich timeline, and more than 700,000 square kilometres of land makes Turkey an interesting country to visit - and a vast one too. Such is the experience of people who come to Turkey that it often attracts repeat visitors, lured year on year by the friendly nature of Turks and the beauty of various destinations and beaches. First time visitors may find themselves a little overwhelmed by the unique ambience and vibes. So, we have decided to help. This blog is designed to help you keep to your budget, as well as adhere to social, and culture norms - read our list of holiday tips.
We want you to get active in Kalkan. Whether you are a family, solo traveller, or even someone living in the region, there are plenty of things to do here. Located along the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, Kalkan is one of the most charming and authentic regions you can find, an upscale and exclusive resort admired by many a foreign tourist and travelled my many more, Kalkan is idyllic in every sense of the word offers so much to keep you busy and entertained. From the scenic views, to the friendly and positive bustling atmosphere, you just can't help but fall in love with Kalkan every time you visit, and in this blog we give you our best things to do once you are here.
Diving into the fascinating history of Turkey, we take a closer look at the most famous and must see historical landmarks once you are in Antalya. Found on the Mediterranean coast, Antalya is one of Turkey's top destinations for tourism and visited by millions every year, and not without reason - Antalya has so much to offer from a cosmopolitan lifestyle, to a vibrant nightlife, beautiful sandy beaches, and of course - a number of ancient ruins that have stood the test of time and been wonderfully preserved around the region giving you plenty of opportunities to take an adventure into the past and history of this region.
Perhaps not known for its wealth of National Parks, did you know that Turkey is actually home to over 80 of them? With each measuring thousands of hectares in size, it is most definitely worth taking a closer look at for anyone travelling through Turkey. Discover some of the hidden gems in this blog as we take a deep look into the diverse selection of parks ranging from the impressively sized Mount Ararat National Park to The United Nations protected Canakkale-Gelibolu Peninsula Historical Park to the gorgeous nature retreat Artvin-Hatila Valley National Park.
With so much history attached to Turkey, it is no surprise that Turkish architecture has been influenced over the years by many different factors and styles. This is from original and traditional pieces starting from the Ottoman houses, to the fall of the Empire introducing a new generation of architecture and to the current period of modern metamorphosis of Turkish design taking the nation into the 21st century and beyond as a trend-setter in style and exciting presentation. Lets take a look at the historical and future look of architectural property styles in Turkey.