Enjoying a healthy, relaxed lifestyle along with copious amounts of sun, sea, and sand, Turkey has small and large pockets of expat communities stretching across the country but mainly focusing on the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts.
Consisting of the main city, and smaller coastal resorts, Fethiye has an army of hard-core fans who love and adore the region. Most are holidaymakers who return year after year, but a lot are expats who have chosen to make Fethiye their permanent home.
25 Oct 2016 posted in Lifestyle
A winter holiday in Turkey can be quite cheap if you source good deals and discounts. However, another worthy benefit of visiting during this season is fewer crowds.
Antalya on the illustrious Mediterranean coast of Turkey is the third most popular tourist destination in the country and an expat haven. Visited by people of many different nationalities, it has achieved worldwide fame as the idyllic haven providing everything for an ideal lifestyle.
The 3rd week of October in Bodrum is a major event that excites everyone who loves the open sea. The Bodrum Cup Nautical Festival and Regatta is the highlight of the year, drawing in like-minded people with a mutual interest to celebrate the vast yachting and gulet boat industry of Turkey.
Of all of the great cities in the world, Istanbul must be one of the most beautiful from above. Istanbul has some of the best rooftop locations of any city in the world.
2016 marks the 38th edition of the Vodafone Istanbul Marathon. The event will take place on Sunday the 13th of November, with participants launching from the starting line at 9am. Four events will take place throughout the day giving thousands of people the chance to take part.
As one of the most prestigious holiday resorts of the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts of Turkey, Kalkan is small but attractive. Also close by authentic town of Kas only 20 minutes riding distance too.
Bodrum, the central hub of the Turkish Riviera is a sparkling peninsula easily gaining constant admiration from all that visit her. Comprising of the town centre and smaller coastal resorts, there are naturally many things to do in Bodrum.
Prior to this century, Turkish film makers, documentarists and television programmes have very much remained within the realms of Turkish viewers, but in the past five years or so, the popularity of this mainstream media has swept across the Gulf States, Arab countries, even Pakistan and parts of Europe.
The Turkish Lake District or Turkish Lakeland is an area with a series of shallow tectonic lakes within the folds of the Taurus Mountains in Southwestern Anatolia. Of course the mighty mountains make a welcome contrast for many who wish to try a different side of Turkey, away from the beach and coastal areas.
The stunning archipelago of Princes’ Islands, off the coast of Istanbul in the Sea of Marmara, are the perfect get-away destinations for residents of one of the busiest cities in the world, Istanbul.
With ever improving internet speeds and connection times across the board, Turkey is now more in touch with the rest of the world than ever before. The introduction of mobile 4.5G across the country at the end of March 2016 means that access to social media, news and shopping is now faster than ever while on the move.
27 Jul 2016 posted in Lifestyle
A famous travel proverb says memories are made in summer. Most people upon hearing this automatically think of sandy beach resorts and warm summer evenings on cool verandas. Yet the bustling city break destination of Istanbul provides summer memories in abundance.
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