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As the world’s 37th largest country, Turkey presents many places to visit. From the Kackar mountains rolling plateaux to the southern coast’s sandy beaches, it would take a lifetime to explore them all. So, in this article, we present the most popular places as ranked by visitor stats.

Although the name Bodrum refers to the main town centre, it is also the name of the larger peninsula containing many more quaint seaside resorts and places of interest. Hence, anyone planning a visit is certain to find a destination suiting their idea of a perfect holiday.

Many people who have not ventured to this part of the world before, often ask is Turkey safe for tourists? The answer is a firm yes. You do not just have to take our word for it because record-breaking visitor stats prove its popularity and safety.

Turkey Homes is proud to be one of the sponsors of this year’s Race for Life taking place in Fethiye on the 27th of October 2019. Departing from the town square in front of the culture centre at 10 a.m. this will be the fifth year of the event.

If you need good reasons to visit Bodrum, here is an overwhelming list. As one of Turkey’s top tourist destinations, the reputation of the large peninsula covering a significant part of the Aegean coast precedes it.

As the world’s 37th largest country with a cultural heritage and overwhelming historical timeline, Turkey has many reasons to step up to the podium for its famous places, food, souvenirs, and quirky little facts. We will list nine famous things in this article, but it is also worth knowing that there are many false misconceptions about the country.

Sitting on the western Aegean coast, the Bodrum peninsula has for many years been a favourite hangout of the rich and famous, yet it also offers a low-key budget lifestyle.

Roxan Popescu, writing for New York Times has interviewed Turkey Homes Director Mr Tolga Ertukel in regards to the rising interest on the luxury Bodrum property market.

Covering the northern European tip, foreign travel publications rarely talk about the Sariyer area of Istanbul, yet for Turks, this Bosphorus gem is their favourite summer and weekend getaway.

Anyone looking at destinations in Turkey for a family friendly, solo, couple or group holiday will be delighted with the choice. As the 37th largest country, vast landscapes include thousands of towns, village, cities, and coastal seaside resorts hosting tourists from all over the world.

Two words can sum up everything about Bahcesehir, and that is green living. Bahcesehir, one of 11 official neighbourhoods sitting in the Basaksehir district, receives much interest from house buyers because of its green commitment.

An overhaul in red tape and procedures captured the market’s eye, as Turkey made it easier and safe to purchase property in Turkey. Both residential and commercial properties are proving to be winners with overseas buyers, and so far, in 2019, the trend looks set to continue as more nationalities buy in hotspots like Istanbul, Antalya, Bursa, Fethiye, Izmir and Yalova.

The Antalya region comprising the city centre and smaller coastal resorts is the second most popular holiday destination in Turkey, but also the second most popular for foreign house sales.

The vast range of Kalkan day trips sold throughout summer ensures anyone on holiday sees the best of Mediterranean Turkey. From historical ruins to relaxing sailing to cultural experiences, no matter what your preferences, there are many things to do.

Anyone who wants to move to Turkey would do well to look at the lifestyle of expats in Kalkan. The resort, attracting many nationalities as a permanent overseas base, has an exclusive ambience found no-where else in the country.

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