People buy property in Tuzla for one of four reasons. Firstly, Tuzla’s wetland area covering 380 hectares easily lures nature lovers. Home in winter to migratory birds including pelicans, and most famously, the Tuzla flamingos, outside of those months, a variety of flora and fauna, as well as scenic views, appeals to anyone who loves the great outdoors.
Tuzla also appeals to golf fans. The 18-hole Vita Park Golf Resort, listed as moderate to hard in capability offers a golfing school, clubhouse and equipment for rent. All this is too tempting for players looking for golfing real estate in Tuzla, either for themselves or a buy-to-let holiday rental investment.
Since Tuzla is undeveloped and one of the lesser talked about regions of the Bodrum peninsula, Tuzla property is also remarkably excellent value for money. Prices start at the bottom end of the scale giving much scope for first-time buyers with a budget looking for long-term investments.
Lastly, the urban planning geared towards a holiday destination means most apartments and villas for sale in Tuzla are on large holiday complexes with an extensive range of onsite facilities including swimming pools, bars, restaurants, tennis courts, fitness gyms and much more.
When you buy property in Tuzla, you are entering a world focused on rest, relaxation and fun in the sun. Much of the vibes and atmosphere revolves around holidaymakers although properties are also suitable for all-year-round living. All these benefits lure buyers looking for a return by letting out their properties.
Tuzla is also close to many other destinations. Just a ten-minute drive away, the small but attractive resort of Guvencilik, is likewise a traditional fishing village encased in old world charm. In the opposite direction, history fans will adore Gulluk, and the ancient ruins of Iasos. Seaside restaurants here sell local fresh caught crab during season, and it is highly recommended.
Otherwise, Bogazici, a working fishing village that attracts Turks from the town centre, eager to sample the specialities of their fish restaurants is also close by. It has a laid-back atmosphere that portrays the traditional face of Turkey’s coastal side villages in bygone eras.
With all these small, traditional villages nearby, you might want to jazz it up occasionally in which case, the modern and bustling town centre of the Bodrum peninsula is 30 minutes’ drive away.
It is a major hub of the Turkish Riviera, offering a vibrant nightlife scene and endless shopping opportunities. Its bus station also connects locals of the Bodrum peninsula with the rest of Turkey through cheap tickets on clean buses frequently running to and from the area.
To get to Tuzla, Bodrum airport is 20 minutes’ drive away and summer holidaymakers can tap into an extensive flight schedule during summer, or use Izmir airport during winter. Tuzla also sits by the central Bodrum – Mugla D330 highway making it easy to get to, if driving.
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