I know Christmas is just around the corner and now when you think of Turkey you are generally thinking of the bird that will be the centrepiece of your Christmas table. However, we are increasingly seeing more people thinking about their next holiday between Christmas and New Year. This is when most start the online search for their 2018 holiday so; do you know where you will visit in Turkey in 2018? Possibly 2018 will be the year you invest in stunning Turkish property to use as a holiday home, a full-time residence or maybe even for an investment. Below are the Coastlines of Turkey and their resorts.
The beautiful coastline of Turkey is 8000km long with a whole host of wonderful resorts dotted all along it there is something for everyone and all tastes are catered for, whether you are a beach lover and want to bask all day in picturesque surroundings, or you want to wander around ruins and enjoy sightseeing or maybe you’re a shopper with money burning a hole in your pocket.
The Aegean Coast is a little cooler in temperature and this area is a firm favourite with families with younger children. Here you will find the fabulous resorts of Bodrum, Altinkum, Akbuk, Kusadasi and Izmir they all have sun-drenched beaches, places of interest to visit, Marinas and ports and the Apollon Temple for example. Fly into Bodrum or Izmir Airports.
The Lycian Coast is next with stunning resorts such as Marmaris, Dalyan and Gocek the temperature is similar to the Aegean but it begins to warm up here, this coast is lovely with great beaches and plenty of sightseeing such as the Lycian Tombs and the famous mud baths and lets not forget that Dalyan is home to Turtle Beach where you can see the turtles in the wild. Fly into Dalaman Airport.
The Turquoise Coast is home to Fethiye, Olu Deniz, Kalkan, Kas and Kemer and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world are found along this stretch of coastline which is often referred to as the Turquoise Coast due to its waters rich colour of blue. Everything from pristine beaches and wonderful landscapes is found here, a great location for a holiday home it is one of the most picturesque areas in Turkey. Fly into Dalaman or Antalya Airport.
The Mediterranean is where the weather really hots up, the temperature is warmer and the humidity is high, this is the place to go if you love the heat of the sun. Here you will find Antalya, Belek, Side, Manavgat and Alanya and the coast continues heading South East. The backdrop of the Taurus Mountains is ever present and brings shelter to the resorts on the coastline. Antalya and Alanya are large cosmopolitan cities with beaches, nightlife and designer shopping. Belek is a golfer’s paradise with Championship courses, this is a popular area for holidaymakers of all nationalities and many have set up home here. Fly into Antalya or Gazipasa Airport.