A visit to Kayakoy ghost village leaves you yearning to know more. Wandering the deserted streets, and passing by crumbling houses and a church, curiosity washes over you who lived in that house, how old were the children going to school, and did residents, with a clear memory of their home village, miss it, after it was all but abandoned 100 years ago.
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Since the 1980s, Fethiye's Oludeniz has been one of the country's most loved attractions. Its child-friendly beach makes the perfect family destination. But even lazing on a beach becomes tiring after a while. Take a look at our list of things to do around Oludeniz and start planning your trip to Fethiye.
Hisaronu's bustling vibe keeps visitors returning year after year. Just up the hill from Oludeniz Beach, the resort is popular with families and holidaymakers taking advantage of the summer sun. There's plenty of things to do in Hisaronu and the local area, and if you're willing to go a little further afield you'll find no end of cultural, historical and natural attractions to enjoy.
Without a doubt, scenic landscapes in Fethiye on the southwest Mediterranean coast of Turkey drive the tourism trade. Its picturesque appeal is hard to ignore, and every year, thousands of foreigners of different nationalities and Turks descend on the area to enjoy sandy beaches, laid-back coastal resorts, and outdoor tourist attractions. Of course, though, a typical Mediterranean lifestyle is another big lure.
In 1981, locals of a small village called Faralya on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey enjoyed the scenic delights of a broad valley, formed by two rock formations and fronted by a pebbly beach. Due to the butterflies that breed there at certain times of the year, they called it Kelebek Vadesi, and when the Anatolia Tourism Development Cooperative, made an offer to buy it, a deal was signed. Enjoy our guide to visiting Butterfly Valley in Fethiye.
Fethiye, in southern Turkey, is the perfect example of a laid back seaside lifestyle. The backing Taurus mountain range and the calm, blue waters of the Mediterranean not only attract thousands of holidaymakers every year but also expats seeking to live out their days with copious amounts of sun, sea and sand. Away from the beaches, however, the attractions of Fethiye are equally as stunning and you will find them listed in this blog.
A Fethiye boxing academy is aiming all the way to the top. Coached by one of our consultants, Nezir Can, underprivileged Fethiye children are getting a boost with training sessions aimed at not only turning them into boxing champs, but turning their lives around. Nez talks us through why boxing is so valuable for youngsters, and how Property Turkey is behind the young fighters all the way.
The vast region of Fethiye on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey encompasses the main city centre and smaller holiday resorts like Calis Beach, Hisaronu, Ovacik and Oludeniz. As one of the top visited destinations in the country, everyone, whether young or old enjoys a full range of day trips from Fethiye, find the best available excursions in this blog.
When it comes to cities, much of the focus in Turkey is on Istanbul. As a finance, business, and tourism hub, it attracts international admiration and many first-time visitors. However, repeat visitors who have seen the main attractions often start to explore further afield to know more about the history, culture, and traditions of the country. Deviating from the typical stereotype of hustle, bustle, and impersonal social life, they offer all the benefits of city life, but much more as well - here are four beautiful cities to explore in Turkey.
Property investment in Turkey is up by 70% since 2013, a testament to the country's strong economy and the relaxing of property-buying laws. With the rise in investment there's been a corresponding uptick in the number of buy-to-let investors, keen to capitalise on the country's, dynamic young population of renters and the steadily rising tourist numbers.
Uzumlu, a small picturesque village in the mountains of Fethiye has garnered a loyal fan base of property investors, many that have brought villas, as either a holiday home or retirement dream. Some would argue that is a well-kept secret and should stay that way, but word is spreading, and many people are now eager to see what the hype is about, especially when it comes to buying property in Turkey. So why is Uzumlu ticking all the right boxes and in the process, building a name for itself?
Hisaronu is located in the Fethiye region of Turkey is a small destination that has garnered more attention over the last 10 years, increasing in popularity. Although the neighbouring resorts of Oludeniz and Fethiye city centre receive more publicised attention, Hisaronu has conjured up a loyal fanbase of return holidaymakers and expats who have bought property in the area. So for anyone looking to make a Turkish property investment, is Hisaronu a good place to choose?