12 Dec 2018 posted in Design
Traditional Turkish houses have gained an iconic status both domestically and internationally. With calls for their preservation and renovation, some historians worry their demise will remove traces of history. Some experts also want to keep them intact so future generations will remember their cultural heritage.
12 Dec 2018 posted in Properties
Boasting first class marinas, stunning scenery and a wide variety of luxury apartments and sea view villas for sale, if you have a healthy budget and you're after a high-end property in one of Turkey's most sought after locations, Gocek may well be for you!
In this article, we look at reasons why thousands of foreigners have made a move and now live all year round in Antalya. We also look at helpful hints, tips and advice from the people who have already done it.
10 Dec 2018 posted in Lifestyle
Efforts to reduce Turkey’s environmental footprint go a long way towards ensuring the country remains one of the world's most attractive locations for many generations to come.
06 Dec 2018 posted in Properties
The huge choice of neighbourhoods and areas within Izmir may overwhelm property buyers, but this guide aims to help by looking at current trends of its real estate market, and why certain areas are emerging as the best place to buy a home.
Alanya, on Turkey's South coast, serves up an enticing mix of history, beauty and adventure. Straddled between blue-flag beaches and topped by an impressive fortress, it's a town that attracts a steady stream of tourists, property investors and foreign settlers.
27 Nov 2018 posted in Travel
As a group, the districts of Antalya form a large area on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast. The province is not to be underestimated because it is the second most popular holiday destination and expat retreat, and a major Turkish Riviera sailing hub.
There are a number of national holidays in Turkey throughout the year and public holidays can be a great time to visit and join in on celebrations.
Long-time visitors and residents have seen massive changes over the last decade as Turkey modernises its real estate market, but changes happened long before now.
20 Nov 2018 posted in Design
The 28-mile Istanbul Canal project is an ambitious endeavour by the Turkish government to build a new shipping route. The artificial waterway will link the Black and Marmara seas and create a new island on the European side of Turkey’s biggest and most populated city.
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