Gokcebel Area Guide


Gokcebel is one of the lesser talked about districts of the Bodrum peninsula, yet it offers serene diversity which a lot of other areas just cannot match. The old part reflects traditional, rural Turkey, while the new section presents modern living.

So, anyone looking at property to buy in Gokcebel can choose from time honoured houses to the latest clean-cut architecture on new builds. Both offer the authentic bohemian inspiration that evoked the New York Times to nickname Bodrum, the Saint Tropez of Turkey.

Gokcebel also taps into some of the most scenic and beautiful landscapes of the Bodrum peninsula, with an outstanding view of the Aegean Sea. Once you visit for yourself, it is easy to understand why it has become a popular destination for retiring Turks from the big cities.

Things to Do, Attractions and Exploring

Every day, owners of property in Gokcebel have the luxury of choosing a quiet, peaceful day close by or heading slightly further afield to move the pace up a notch.

The low-key ambience of Gokcebel means life revolves around just a few shops and restaurants, but part of the attraction is that it sits only two kilometres from lively Yalikavak with its nostalgic old town and upmarket billionaire, mega yacht marina.

Yalikavak offers many shopping opportunities as well as an abundance of restaurants, serving Turkish budget food or excellent international cuisine. It presents a different social scene and is just a short bus ride away.

Alternatively, shops and modern shopping malls in Bodrum town, a significant player of the Turkish Riviera that is just 17 kilometres away, offer everything and anything on a much larger scale.

The marina and harbour front where the castle and underwater museum are, become hives of activity day and night. While, the central bus station with its frequent and cheap routes, enable Bodrum locals and tourists to explore other places in Turkey with ease.

Gokcebel is also geographically well-paced because the quiet resort of Gundogan is ten minutes’ drive in the opposite direction. The famous Rabbit Island landmark and seaside fish restaurants of Gumusluk are also just 30-minutes away.

In recent years, the Bodrum peninsula has invested millions in upgrading its road and infrastructure, so driving is easy and a preferred way of getting mobile for many tourists and expats living in the area.

The Property Market of Gokcebel

Anyone buying real estate in Gokcebel enjoys diversity from the seafront villas of the lower part of the village to the high-end luxury homes at the top.

The prices are average reflecting Gokcebel’s secluded location on the outskirts of Yalikavak, but owners also enjoy scenic landscapes, and many properties take advantage of the fantastic Aegean Sea views through their purposely designed architecture.

When you buy apartments or villas in Gokcebel, you are tapping into a Mediterranean climate with sizzling summer days and mild winters. Combined with the scenic landscapes of the Bodrum peninsula, to which Gokcebel belongs, this presents a carefree and idyllic lifestyle for anyone investing in the area.

Getting to Gokcebel is incredibly simple because of Bodrum airport, just an hour’s drive away that offers a full flight schedule from many European countries during summer. During winter, owners use Izmir airport, that is two hours away.

For details of current property on the market in Gokcebel or more information on the town, Bodrum peninsula and the country of Turkey, contact us today by calling + 44 (0) 207 272 0002.

 


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