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·  2012. kasım 17.08:40

Property for sale in Bodrum Mugla Aegean Turkey35 plots of land for sale in Tuzla Planning permission already granted 7 kilometres from Bodrum airport Stunning views of the golf course and Aegean Sea Detailed information `Only 5 plots of land available specially priced at £15,000`These development plots are ideally located just seven Kilometres from Bodrum International Airport, which is approximately a 5 minute driveand seventeen kilometres from Bodrum City Centre; they are directly adjacent to a 36 hole PGA standard golf course and the beautiful Tuzla Lake and national park land. All of these development plots are on an elevated position offering unparalleled views of the golf course, Aegean Sea and surrounding countryside. Each individual plot has full planning permission for a villa or an apartment, with a private pool and parking spaces; the title deeds are held by a U.K law firm and are ready for issue. The immediate area is under going an approximate five billion Euro development plan to improve Bodrum's already appealing and fantastic lifestyle which it offers. Included in this development plan there will be a second 36 hole golf course and three major shopping complexes, the first of which is currently being constructed by a top U.K building company and will house 42 units of the worlds leading brands. Construction work has also begun on the first of the three 5 star hotels which will have restaurant and spa facilities. All of this is adding to the attractiveness of these plots and they have been steadily increasing in value year by year, especially now with Bodrum's new International terminal now completed and this trend is expected to continue. These fantastic plots of land are however still the most competitively priced in the area for their fantastic location. This is an ideal location for an investment opportunity, or for you to build your very own dream holiday home with great year round rental potential and stunning scenic views, all just a few minutes drive from many historical sites and the cosmopolitan city centre of Bodrum withits superb marina, castle, restaurants and much more. There are four different Plot sizes available ranging from 500 square meters to 680 square meters, they are priced at 22,500, 27,500, 35,000 and 40,000 GBP depending on their size.Contact us now for more details on our tailored inspection visits.For more information please contact us using the email link. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4806737)

31,914 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:40
·  Yatak odası: 2

Property for sale in Bodrum Mugla Aegean TurkeyTwo bedrooms, two bathrooms, one en-suiteFitted kitchen, double glazing, air conditioningSuperb location, close to amenities Great on-site facilities, stunning views Detailed informationOverlooking the beautiful Aegean Sea, this very spacious two bed apartment is air conditioned, fully furnished and equipped to an excellent standard.The development is a 5 star resort and it is ideally situated close to Bodrum town centre, nestled on a hill between the tranquil nature reserve of Tuzla Lake and turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea. Its close proximity to the World class championship golf resort 'Vita Park', the historic, cosmopolitan harbour town of Bodrum and Bodrum Airport, make this a perfect location to stay and play, or go and explore.There are many ancient sites to wonder at and markets to haggle in; chilled out waterfront restaurants in little hidden harbours are minutes away, choose freshly caught seafood, and relax over a selection of Meze and a bottle of wine or a cold beer, while they cook it to perfection, or you can hire a Gullet for a day and swim off the boat in secluded clear water.The apartment is by the coast on a hill overlooking the sea, within 150 meters of the monorail which will take you down to the private 'beach' club. A restaurant and bar overlook a large decked jetty with bean bags and sun loungers for you to relax when not participating in the various water sports available in the summer months. For sandy beaches, there are a number of small beaches within 5 to 10 minutes driving time and many more within half an hour drive on the Bodrum peninsula.There are approximately 8 steps up to the garden and front entrance, once through the front door the apartment is all one level and very spacious; the property welcomes you with a large entrance hallway with storage and laptop size security safe.This lovely home has a fully equipped with table settings for up to 8 people, an electric oven and hob, large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle, vacuum cleaner (stored in en suite) cooking equipment and utensils. The living room is very spacious lounge/diner with double sliding doors opening onto large terrace and stunning sea view, includes 2 large sofas, one with pull out double bed, 38` flat screen satellite TV, DVD player, coffee table, dining table and 6 chairs. (Furnishings are negotiable as they are currently not included within the sales price). The master bedroom enjoys its own en-suite bathroom with a double bed and patio doors opening onto terrace and stunning full sea view; the second bathroom has two single beds, one of which can be converted into a second double bed. This second room has a partial sea view.The en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom, fully tiled with shower, W.C, washbasin with storage under; the family bathroom fully tiled, full size bath with shower, W.C, washbasin with storage under, washing machine.The property also has Wi-Fi internet access available by pool and bar/restaurant as well as a lovely barbeque area; it is especially suitable for children of all ages. It also has a full air-conditioned, 24 hour site security.Outside you can enjoy a large private terrace bordered by lawn overlooking the Aegean Sea; there is a large teak table and six chairs for those sunset meals and of course the BBQ. Sun bed/loungers are also available.The shared pools and pool bar, are a few minutes walk away with two brilliant water slides and a baby pool; there is also a children's play area, mini (crazy) golf, ground chess, outside cinema screen and tennis court all on sitealong with the restaurant (really good choice of local and international dishes) and well stocked shop; including a fresh locally grown vegetables and lovely fresh bread and of course baked beans), Turkish bath, beauty salon, pitch and putt, tennis etc. You will have use of all the facilities at the two adjoining sister sites Royal Heights and Flamingo including spas, bars and restaurants, a fantastic infinity pool and of course the private beach club with all its water sports; finally there is also a private 6 hole golf course available for use by residents.A few minutes walk away from the apartment is the shared main pool area, the social heart of the resort. As well as the main pool with its thatched poolside bar, there is a separate baby pool and a couple of great waterslides. The friendly, family run restaurant, with its wide selection of local and international dishes, is reasonably priced, and opens early for breakfast till late for dinner. In the bar there is an area for those who wish to watch live satellite sport events including premier and international football, and an area to relax and have a quiet drink. Most nights in the summer there is local live musicians and other impromptu entertainment. There is the well stocked shop, selling everything from lovely fresh bread and vegetables to water, ice creams and beer take outs. To completely relax after a hard day's golf or sunbathing, book in for a traditional Turkish bath, or be pampered at the beauty salon. There is also child's play area, 6 hole pitch n putt, and tennis court.A few minutes walk in the other direction takes you to 'Sunset bar and restaurant', (just outside the resort) where, (as the name suggests) you can have a romantic meal watching the sun go down over the sea. They offer lovely local food, including excellent freshly caught seaFor more information please contact us using the email link. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4806653)

170,103 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:40
·  120 m²
·  Yatak odası: 2

Brand New Modern Semi-Detached Town House in Bodrum Town Centre situated in a charming residential area just a couple of minutes flat stroll to the Yacht Marina, shops, restaurants and amenities. Not on a site, therefore NO monthly fees. Excellent build quality. Completion March 2012. Property Features: Car parking space (hard to find in Bodrum); shared easy maintenace garden; large internal utility/understair storage; 2 shower rooms; travertine/ceramic flooring throughout; double glazing & mosquito screens; excellent transport links. Internal Accomodation: Ground Floor: A spacious open plan kitchen / dining / living room with patio doors accessing the terrace & garden; shower room; under stair utility area. First Floor: 2 generous double sized bedrooms, one with balcony; family shower room. THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is situated on the south west coast of Turkey and is by far the prettiest area on the South Aegean coastline. The area is steeped in history and this is still evident right across the peninsula. Take time to visit the more obvious sites such as St. Peter’s Castle, The Mausoleum, The Amphi Theatre and Myndos Gate. The Bodrum Peninsula is unique as it caters for such diverse interests. You can experience traditional Turkish life only minutes away from the hustle and bustle of a modern resort. The resorts of Bodrum and Gumbet offers a vibrant nightlife for the young and the energetic and are a shoppers paradise, whilst there are many other resorts and charming fishing villages offering peace and tranquillity and white sandy beaches. Watersport enthusiasts are more than catered for. Many of the resorts offer parasailing, windsurfing, canoeing, snorkelling, banana boats and ringos. Divers from all over the world enjoy exploring the waters around Bodrum and there is something for both beginners and advanced divers. For those of you who would like to play a round of golf , there is a brand new two 18-hole championship Golf Facility at the Vita Park Golf Resort in Tuzla, Bodrum. BODRUM TOWN Formerly known as Halicarnassos, Bodrum is home to the Mausoleum – one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Bodrum’s famous Castle of St. Peter rests between two bays, one of which houses the large Marina where the many fishing boats and wooden gullets (daily, sunset and weekly cruises) jostle with the yachts of the rich and famous. The pretty Harbour and Marina are lined with quiet bars and restaurants and has a sophisticated atmosphere where people pass many an hour watching the boats come and go. Next to the Marina is the bazaar – a pedestrianised area of narrow cobbled streets full of shops, restaurants, bars and night clubs. For those with any energy left at the end of the day there are more bars disco’s and nightclubs than you can count. They don’t close until sunrise so you can literally dance until dawn. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4821496)

230,037 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:42
·  120 m²
·  Yatak odası: 3

A recently refurbished three bedroom duplex property located in Bodrum Town with sea and Castle views. Ideally situated in a residential area within easy walking distance into Bodrum Centre, shops, restaurants, bars and weekly local market. A supermarket, shop and local transport are virtually on your doorstep. The property has recently been refurbished including: double glazing; bathroom; tiles; laminate flooring in the bedrooms & living area. Internal Features: Separate entrance hall; 3 bedrooms; family shower room; under stair storage. Marble stairs lead up to a spacious open plan kitchen / dining / living room which features an open fireplace and patio doors opening on to a large balcony. The balcony has partial sea views. Stairs lead up to a landing and access to the roof terrace from which there are sea, castle & Bodrum views. THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is situated on the south west coast of Turkey and is by far the prettiest area on the South Aegean coastline. The area is steeped in history and this is still evident right across the peninsula. Take time to visit the more obvious sites such as St. Peter’s Castle, The Mausoleum, The Amphi Theatre and Myndos Gate. The Bodrum Peninsula is unique as it caters for such diverse interests. You can experience traditional Turkish life only minutes away from the hustle and bustle of a modern resort. The resorts of Bodrum and Gumbet offers a vibrant nightlife for the young and the energetic and are a shoppers paradise, whilst there are many other resorts and charming fishing villages offering peace and tranquillity and white sandy beaches. Watersport enthusiasts are more than catered for. Many of the resorts offer parasailing, windsurfing, canoeing, snorkelling, banana boats and ringos. Divers from all over the world enjoy exploring the waters around Bodrum and there is something for both beginners and advanced divers. For those of you who would like to play a round of golf , there is a brand new two 18-hole championship Golf Facility at the Vita Park Golf Resort in Tuzla, Bodrum. BODRUM TOWN Formerly known as Halicarnassos, Bodrum is home to the Mausoleum – one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Bodrum’s famous Castle of St. Peter rests between two bays, one of which houses the large Marina where the many fishing boats and wooden gullets (daily, sunset and weekly cruises) jostle with the yachts of the rich and famous. The pretty Harbour and Marina are lined with quiet bars and restaurants and has a sophisticated atmosphere where people pass many an hour watching the boats come and go. Next to the Marina is the bazaar – a pedestrianised area of narrow cobbled streets full of shops, restaurants, bars and night clubs. For those with any energy left at the end of the day there are more bars disco’s and nightclubs than you can count. They don’t close until sunrise so you can literally dance until dawn. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4678298)

211,995 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:39
·  130 m²
·  Yatak odası: 2

2 bedroom fully furnished detached villa for sale: REAL BARGAIN, SUPERB SEA ABD BAY VIEWS, EXCELLENT LOCATION Gumusluk, Bodrum, Turkey, FREEHOLD-READY TO MOVE IN 2 bedroom detached villa with 250sqm private garden for sale in Gumusluk - Bodrum. Full Sea Views, Communal Pool ,Poolside Cafe/Bar,CCTV and Nightwatchman,Air-Conditioning, 2 Bathrooms, Private Walled Garden BELOW THE MARKET VALUE, REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE GUMUSLUK PROPERTY DETACHED VILLA WITH WONDERFUL LANDSCAPED PRIVATE GARDEN FOR SALE Located in a prime position and with excellent sea views, private walled 250sqm garden . Arranged over two floors, the ground floor comprises of an open kitchen/living room with patio doors opening on to the garden terrace; ground floor family bathroom. The first floor has a further two double bedrooms, both have patio doors opening on to the balcony;family bathroom;stairs to the roof terrace. All villas are twin-brick built, finished to a very high standard with travetine flooring throughout, fitted kitchen with granite worktop, bathrooms fully tiled with travertine, air-conditioning in the living area and all bedrooms, fitted wardrobes in the bedrooms. Internal Space:135 sq.m Garden Size: 250sq.m Features: Communal Pool Open Fireplaces Private Garden Communal Car Park PVC Double Glazing Boiler for hot water Balconies Security services Pets Allowed This exclusive development has 1 Communal Swimming Pool, a Cafe/bar, Shuttle Service, Wireless Internet, night watchman, Site Manager and 2 full time gardeners. PROPERTY LOCATION Distance to the beach: 300 meters Distance to Yalikavak Town & Marina: 4km Distance to Gumusluk Harbour: 3km Distance to Bodrum Town:22km Distance to Bodrum Airport: 53km This is a magnificent investment opportunity whether for all year living area or holiday rentals!! GUMUSLUK Gumusluk is located midway along the western coast of the peninsula and the coastline here boasts stunning sea views. Historically, many fishermen settled and made their homes here and it is no different today with the azure vista making it very popular with locals and tourists alike. Tucked into a picturesque and secluded cove is Gumusluk Fishing Village, a timeless reminder of bygone days. Here you can enjoy the evening sun going down from the waterfront restaurants serenaded by the gentle lapping of the tide. Feast on freshly caught local fish and seafood and meander through the street stalls offering unusual hand made gifts. Daylight hours also have their simple pleasures to offer with a sandy beach, colourful harbour, and rich archaeological history. "Gumusluk means "of silver and derives its name from the silver mines situated behind the ancient city of Myndos, the site on which modern Gumusluk now stands. Much of the ancient city now lies beneath the waters surface and the remains can be seen whilst snorkelling although the area's archaeological status forbids diving with tanks. The sunken walls of the ancient city now form a causeway whereby you can reach Rabbit Island which is set snugly inside Gumusluk cove. YALIKAVAK The overland journey from Bodrum to Yalikavak provides you with some of the most spectacular scenery on the peninsula. Slowly climbing through fertile valleys, the road then tops at the mountain range running down the peninsula, at this point providing panoramic views of the North and South coasts before descending to the seaide village of Yalikavak. This once sleepy fishing village is now becoming one of the busiest towns on the peninsula whilst still retaining its charm and culture. The cobbled streets of the main town offers a variety of restaurants and cafe bars. If you enjoy eating fresh fish then you will be at home here as there are many excellent fish restaurants just look for the sign Balik Restaurant'. Yalikavak is known for it's clean air, stunning sunsets and crystal clear waters and offers fabulous views of both the sea and the mountains. Port Bodrum Marina, opened in Yalikavak in 2003, harbours both fishing boasts and luxury yachts. Most of the archaeological remains are either unexcavated or are ruins. It is suggested that the ancient city of Yalikavak was situated on the top of one of the hills. Few tombstones and city walls still bear witness to the history of the town. New developments dotted around the sweeping coastline offer peace and quite and great views whilst being easily accessible from the main town. THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is situated on the south west coast of Turkey and is by far the prettiest area on the South Aegean coastline. The area is steeped in history and this is still evident right across the peninsula. Take time to visit the more obvious sites such as St. Peter's Castle, The Mausoleum, The Amphi Theatre and Myndos Gate. The Bodrum Peninsula is unique as it caters for such diverse interests. You can experience traditional Turkish life only minutes away from the hustle and bustle of a modern resort. The resorts of (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4896159)

135,315 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:40
·  87 m²
·  Yatak odası: 2

ONLY 1 GARDEN APARTMENT REMAINING. MODERN, CENTRAL LOCATION WITHIN EASY REACH OF BODRUM TOWN CENTRE, BEACHES, SUPERMARKETS, RESTAURANTS & BARS. Situated on a small, gated community just 5 minutes walk from Konacik Town Centre with its shops, bakeries, butchers, weekly market and Private Merter College. The Oasis Shopping Centre, Bodrum Town Centre, Bitez and Gumbet Beaches are just a few minutes bus ride away. Local transport stops vitually at 'your doorstep'. ONLY REMAINING:- First Floor Apartment priced at TL190,000(SOLD). Garden Apartment priced at TL195,000. Internal pictures are of the Show House. Furniture is not included. Choice of flooring, bathroom tiles available. Internal Accomodation Comprises: Entrance hall; Open Dining/Living room. The ground floor apartments have full sized patio doors opening to the garden and a single patio door accessing a balcony shared with the main bedroom. The first floor apartments have full sized patio doors opening to a Juliette Balcony and again a single patio door accessing the balcony shared with the bedroom; Separate Kitchen; Two Double Sized Bedrooms; Family Bathroom. KONACIK Konacik, a town of stark contrasts, is located inland on the arterial road connecting Bodrum with the peninsula’s other resorts. The town grew out of a sleepy village which nestled in the foothills of a mountain range fronted by plains that roll away towards the bays of Gumbet and Bitez. Here there is still a community with traditional values and a lifestyle unchanged for decades, rubbing shoulders with ever snowballing modern expansion. Ease of access to the rest of the peninsula together with Konacik’s proximity to Bodrum has attracted much investment of late with the development of new roads, new homes, a college, supermarkets, shopping centres and every type of business premise imaginable lining either side of the main road – definitely an up and coming commercial suburb with rapidly gaining popularity. One of the more prominent developments is the Oasis Shopping, Culture and Entertainment Centre - home to designer label boutiques, jewellers, home textiles and furnishing stores and gift shops. There are amusements and entertainments for all ages including a carousel and rides for toddlers, bouncy castle and playground, arcades, a multi-theatre cinema and a ten pin bowling alley. Plenty of ATM’s too. (Just in case!) Bedecked with contemporarily designed fountains, waterfalls, lily ponds & lush Mediterranean planting of cacti, aloe vera, olive trees, palms and bougainvillea, the centre boasts a fantastic selection of café/bars and restaurants to suit every taste. It is a hive of activity throughout the year often hosting live music performances to entertain the assembly of “beautiful people” people watching the other “beautiful people”. Konacik is built on the site of the ancient Lelegian city of Pedasa which in its day was also regarded as an important trade centre. The local inhabitants were made infamous by Herodotus “The Father of History” who recorded their bravery in resisting Alexander the Great when he marched on Pedasa en-route to Halicarnassus during his conquest of Asia Minor. Archaeological remains still scatter the surrounding countryside which has well documented walking routes for both local and organised hiking expeditions. THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is situated on the south west coast of Turkey and is by far the prettiest area on the South Aegean coastline. The area is steeped in history and this is still evident right across the peninsula. Take time to visit the more obvious sites such as St. Peter’s Castle, The Mausoleum, The Amphi Theatre and Myndos Gate. The Bodrum Peninsula is unique as it caters for such diverse interests. You can experience traditional Turkish life only minutes away from the hustle and bustle of a modern resort. The resorts of Bodrum and Gumbet offers a vibrant nightlife for the young and the energetic and are a shoppers paradise, whilst there are many other resorts and charming fishing villages offering peace and tranquillity and white sandy beaches. Watersport enthusiasts are more than catered for. Many of the resorts offer parasailing, windsurfing, canoeing, snorkelling, banana boats and ringos. Divers from all over the world enjoy exploring the waters around Bodrum and there is something for both beginners and advanced divers. For those of you who would like to play a round of golf , there is a brand new two 18-hole championship Golf Facility at the Vita Park Golf Resort in Tuzla, Bodrum. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4810463)

145,239 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:42
·  180 m²
·  Yatak odası: 3

SEMI DETACHED BRAND NEW VILLA LOCATED IN CENTER OF BITEZ. SHARED SWIMMING POOL COMPLEX WITH SECURITY. BUILDING WITH 3 BIG SIZES BEDROOMS AND 2 FAMILY BATHROOMS. 2 LARGE BALKONY HAVE NICE VIEW OF BITEZ VALEY. FLAT LOCATION NO HILL. BY THE WALKING WAY TO THE AMENTIES. SMALL DOLMUS LOCAL TRANSPORTING . PLEASE CONTACT US FOR FURTHER DETAILS. BITEZ Bitez (or Agacli meaning full of trees') is one of the main citrus growing areas on the peninsula. If I think of Bitez, I think of Mandarin Gardens, Olive Groves and evening walks along the promenade which runs alongside the beach. The beach here is one of the cleanest on the peninsula. The restaurants and cafes that line the promenade offer Turkish, oriental and international cuisine. Each restaurant offers the free use of sunbeds on the shoreline. There are no noisy bars or night clubs here so you can be assured of a relaxing meal or stroll. Bitez village is a 15 minute walk inland and remains totally unspoilt by tourism. Bitez is regarded as one of the most elegant resorts on the peninsula. GUMBET Gumbet, so called because of the numerous white domed cisterns in the area, features one of the longest sandy beaches on the peninsula, popular with sun-worshipers and watersport enthusiasts alike. Its crescent shaped sheltered bay is lined with large hotels, bars and restaurants. At the far end of the beach is the jetty where dozens of Gulets depart on their daily cruises. Above the jetty is the hill that separates Gumbet from Bodrum. Pearched on the top are several old windmills. There are fabulous views of both Gumbet and Bodrum from here. Parallel to the bay is the main street. By day this is fairly quiet but at night it transforms into a hive of activity with its bright lights, bar, restaurants and disco bars. Gumbet, it has to be said, is one of the most vibrant resort on the peninsula and is popular with tourists of many nationalities. Gumbet does, however, offer something for all tastes and age groups. THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is situated on the south west coast of Turkey and is by far the prettiest area on the South Aegean coastline. The area is steeped in history and this is still evident right across the peninsula. Take time to visit the more obvious sites such as St. Peter's Castle, The Mausoleum, The Amphi Theatre and Myndos Gate. The Bodrum Peninsula is unique as it caters for such diverse interests. You can experience traditional Turkish life only minutes away from the hustle and bustle of a modern resort. The resorts of Bodrum and Gumbet offers a vibrant nightlife for the young and the energetic and are a shoppers paradise, whilst there are many other resorts and charming fishing villages offering peace and tranquillity and white sandy beaches. Watersport enthusiasts are more than catered for. Many of the resorts offer parasailing, windsurfing, canoeing, snorkelling, banana boats and ringos. Divers from all over the world enjoy exploring the waters around Bodrum and there is something for both beginners and advanced divers. For those of you who would like to play a round of golf , there is a brand new two 18-hole championship Golf Facility at the Vita Park Golf Resort in Tuzla, Bodrum. BODRUM TOWN Formerly known as Halicarnassos, Bodrum is home to the Mausoleum one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Bodrum's famous Castle of St. Peter rests between two bays, one of which houses the large Marina where the many fishing boats and wooden gullets (daily, sunset and weekly cruises) jostle with the yachts of the rich and famous. The pretty Harbour and Marina are lined with quiet bars and restaurants and has a sophisticated atmosphere where people pass many an hour watching the boats come and go. Next to the Marina is the bazaar a pedestrianised area of narrow cobbled streets full of shops, restaurants, bars and night clubs. At the end of the bay is Halicarnoss the largest open air disco in Europe. For those with any energy left at the end of the day there are more bars disco's and nightclubs than you can count. They don't close until sunrise so you can literally dance until dawn. Free information and viewing service provided with no obligation to buy. No hidden charges and costs We are a friendly British owned local company working with professional lawyers and we have hundreds of completions with the foreign national clients. As Bodrum Can Properties; We are based in Bitez, Bodrum and our client base has primarily built up via the internet and by personal recommendation. We are pleased to have assisted many satisfied customers purchase properties on the Bodrum Peninsula and make their homes in Turkey (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4659063)

171,400 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:42
·  160 m²
·  Yatak odası: 3

DETACHED LUXURY VILLA LOCATED IN BITEZ TOWN CENTER. FLAT LOCATION NO HILL. DETACHED SEPERATE GARDEN WITH OWN SWIMMING POOL. GOOD FINISHING 2 STOREY VILLA WITH MARBEL FLOOR AND BATHS. SEPERATE KITCHEN. 3 BIG SIZES BeDROOMS WITH NICE SUNSHINE. NICE DESIGNED GARDEN WITH MANDARINES AND OLIVE TREES. PRIVATE CAR PARKING. BY THE WALKING WAY TO THE AMENTIES.AND SCHOOL. BARGAIN PROPERTY IN THE TOWN CENTER .LOCATION FOR FAMILY RESIDANCES. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR FURTHER DETAILS. Features: Communal Swimming Pool; Air Conditioning; No Monthly Fees; Flat Location/No Hills; PROPERTY LOCATION Distance to Beach/Sea: 15-20 Minutes walk Distance to Gumbet: 5 Minutes Distance to Bitez: 0 Minutes Distance to Bodrum Town: 10 Minutes Distance to Bodrum Airport: 30 Minutes BITEZ Bitez (or Agacli meaning full of trees') is one of the main citrus growing areas on the peninsula. If I think of Bitez, I think of Mandarin Gardens, Olive Groves and evening walks along the promenade which runs alongside the beach. The beach here is one of the cleanest on the peninsula. The restaurants and cafes that line the promenade offer Turkish, oriental and international cuisine. Each restaurant offers the free use of sunbeds on the shoreline. There are no noisy bars or night clubs here so you can be assured of a relaxing meal or stroll. Bitez village is a 15 minute walk inland and remains totally unspoilt by tourism. Bitez is regarded as one of the most elegant resorts on the peninsula. GUMBET Gumbet, so called because of the numerous white domed cisterns in the area, features one of the longest sandy beaches on the peninsula, popular with sun-worshipers and watersport enthusiasts alike. Its crescent shaped sheltered bay is lined with large hotels, bars and restaurants. At the far end of the beach is the jetty where dozens of Gulets depart on their daily cruises. Above the jetty is the hill that separates Gumbet from Bodrum. Pearched on the top are several old windmills. There are fabulous views of both Gumbet and Bodrum from here. Parallel to the bay is the main street. By day this is fairly quiet but at night it transforms into a hive of activity with its bright lights, bar, restaurants and disco bars. Gumbet, it has to be said, is one of the most vibrant resort on the peninsula and is popular with tourists of many nationalities. Gumbet does, however, offer something for all tastes and age groups. THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is situated on the south west coast of Turkey and is by far the prettiest area on the South Aegean coastline. The area is steeped in history and this is still evident right across the peninsula. Take time to visit the more obvious sites such as St. Peter's Castle, The Mausoleum, The Amphi Theatre and Myndos Gate. The Bodrum Peninsula is unique as it caters for such diverse interests. You can experience traditional Turkish life only minutes away from the hustle and bustle of a modern resort. The resorts of Bodrum and Gumbet offers a vibrant nightlife for the young and the energetic and are a shoppers paradise, whilst there are many other resorts and charming fishing villages offering peace and tranquillity and white sandy beaches. Watersport enthusiasts are more than catered for. Many of the resorts offer parasailing, windsurfing, canoeing, snorkelling, banana boats and ringos. Divers from all over the world enjoy exploring the waters around Bodrum and there is something for both beginners and advanced divers. For those of you who would like to play a round of golf , there is a brand new two 18-hole championship Golf Facility at the Vita Park Golf Resort in Tuzla, Bodrum. BODRUM TOWN Formerly known as Halicarnassos, Bodrum is home to the Mausoleum one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Bodrum's famous Castle of St. Peter rests between two bays, one of which houses the large Marina where the many fishing boats and wooden gullets (daily, sunset and weekly cruises) jostle with the yachts of the rich and famous. The pretty Harbour and Marina are lined with quiet bars and restaurants and has a sophisticated atmosphere where people pass many an hour watching the boats come and go. Next to the Marina is the bazaar a pedestrianised area of narrow cobbled streets full of shops, restaurants, bars and night clubs. At the end of the bay is Halicarnoss the largest open air disco in Europe. For those with any energy left at the end of the day there are more bars disco's and nightclubs than you can count. They don't close until sunrise so you can literally dance until dawn. Free information and viewing service provided with no obligation to buy. No hidden charges and costs We are a friendly British owned local company working with professional lawyers and we have hundreds of completions with the foreign national clients. As Bodrum Can Properties; We are based in Bitez, Bodrum and our client base has primarily built up via the internet and by personal recommendation. We are pleased to have assisted many sati (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4597406)

257,100 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:41
·  79 m²
·  Yatak odası: 2

2 bedroom apartment for sale: Gulluk, Bodrum, Aegean, Bodrum, Turkey FANTASTIC TRIPLE OPPORTUNITY !! IDEAL FOR INVESTMENT or HOLIDAY or RETIREMENT HOME !! ABSOLUTE PRIVATE BEACH FRONT 2 or 3 Apartment in Mandalia Bay, Gulluk, Bodrum, Turkey Penthouse Apartment, Great Sea Views, Faces Sunset In Gulluk Nr Bodrum And Airport, Turkey ,Quiet Secluded Bay 50 Metres To The Beach (40 Seconds Walk!), Very Well Maintained Grounds And Pool, FREEHOLD, BRAND NEW, from £49,900 --- FANTASTIC DEAL and OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A LUXURY HOME IN BODRUM -TURKEY. KEY READY BARGAIN SEA AND BEACHFRONT APARTMENTS !! BUYING PROCEDURES TO BE COMPLETED ONLY WITHIN FEW WEEKS !! NO HASSTLE, RELAXED PAYMENT TERMS !! The Gulluk Beach side Resort 2 or 3 bedroomed fantastic Apartments Stunning beachfront resort Discounted purchasing prices only from 49,900 GBP High rental yields Outstanding 5* build quality Minutes away from " best sandy beach in the Gulluk Bay Great rental demand Imagine a place located in a private bay, surrounded by Olive Groves, where the sea and Sunset are spectacular, where the beach is no more than a 5 minute walk, a place where the children can swim and play in safety at the complex pool just 2 minutes from the apartment, where you can sit on the terrace and watch the sun set or enjoy a meal out at the complex hotel just 2 minutes away!! 2 or 3 bedroom apartments for sale in Gulluk of Bodrum Peninsula, Gulluk located in the north of Bodrum Penisula. Fish Restaurans, Unique beaches and memorable sunsets. Discover one of the most enchanting locations in Aegean region of Beautiful Turkey.A region of intense pleasures, to enjoy with family or friends. Ideal as a holiday home or permanent residence. Benefit from this setting, which has ideal links to the International Airport and Europe, all year round. A luxury two or three bedroom two bathroom apartment situated within 100 metres of the beach. Air-conditioned and furnished ( optional ) to a very high standard. There are sea views from both the living room and the main bedroom. The apartment has one balcony off the living room with sliding patio doors opening on to a Juliet balcony in the main bedroom. The development features a swimming pool (with a separate pool for young children) and a gym. Wireless internet access is available. Two Bedroom Apartments consist of living room with open plan kitchen, 2 bathrooms one of which is en-suite, and a balcony/ terracee. The approximate area is 79 square meters. Three Bedroom Apartments consist of living room with open plan kitchen, 2 bathrooms one of which is en-suite, and a balcony/ terracee. The approximate area is 98 square meters. All apartments have air conditioning, and fitted kitchen. Facilities:Communal facilities include: swimming pool, gym, lounge area, landscaped garden and car parking. Outside: From the balcony the sea view is perfect (see photos). Beautifully maintained grounds, lawns, summer flowers with stunning colours, banana trees and olive groves. Balcony furniture (wooden table and chairs), small barbecue on balcony and outdoor oil burner torches. The site has a nice sized shared pool with sun loungers and sea views from the pool. The pool is just behind the apartment block, the pool is approx 35m by 9m (see photos) although i often have it all to myself. There is a small gym and a designated maintenance man on site should there be any problems that need sorting. In addition a contact number of someone local to help in the unlikely event the maintenance guy is not around shall be left. Coast/Beach: Sunset Bay beach is a secluded peaceful sandy beach around 50 metres away (less than a minute walk) from the apartment, the waves can be heard from your bed, this ensures you fall asleep in seconds! Walking along the coast from here there are many other relaxed beaches with beach bars selling food and drinks. Golf: There are 2 18 hole golf courses (the stunning Vita Park golf course) 25minutes drive away. Travel: Nearest airport is Bodrum airport 9 km away (15minutes drive). Car hire is optional (to investigate the beautiful surrounding areas further afield - though you can do this with buses) but car hire is not essential - taxis from the airport and minibuses to the towns are cheap, regular and easy to find. I have lived here for 3 years, my local knowledge is very good and i know the best value places for hire cars, please notify me in advance and i can sort a hire car for you if you wish. Distances: Gulluk town centre is 3 kilometres, a very pleasurable 30minute stroll by the sea I normally walk (I have plenty of time) but there is a regular minibus service to/from town (1.5lira - 60 pence). The beautiful town of Bodrum is a 45minute drive/minibus journey. Milas is 30 minutes drive/minibus. There are many nice places to visit in the surrounding areas. Further details: The nearest local store is about 2 minutes walk away and they sell almost anything you might need. There are many cafes, snack bars, beach bars and restaurants within a couple of minutes walk of the apartment and in the town centre there are lots of very good restaurants, bars and a trendy nightclub. In the town there are several medium sized supermarkets, many ATMs and banks, travel and transport agencies, clothes shops, hairdressers, Turkish baths and lots more. There is even a dolphin park where you can swim with dolphins about 25minutes drive away and an aqua park. Gulluk has everything you need without losing its beautiful fishing village characteristics. Güllük and Surrounding Area: This section of the Turkish coast is notable for spectacular sunsets and stunning views of the sea and adjacent islands. The area has mild winters and hot summers with unbroken sunshine from May to October. Between April and November the daily maximum temperature ranges between 20° and 35° Celcius in July and August. High temperatures are mitigated by cooling breezes from the sea. The area is renown for diving and sailing. Also boat trips from Güllük to outlying bays are available at reasonable daily rates with fishing, swimming and snorkelling an option. Alternatively a 15 minute drive will take you to the new Vita Park Golf Resort. The local people are very hospitable and it is inexpensive to eat out. The ancient port of Bodrum can be reached within approximately 35 minutes. The journey itself is a pleasure as a long section of the road hugs the coast. Bodrum is dominated by its medieval castle and large yacht marina. There are also many exclusive shops and restaurants and a traditional Turkish bath is located close to the bus station. A short ferry ride will take you to the Greek island of Kos. Turkey is the location for many sites of antiquity. There are numerous Roman remains at Iasos which is across the bay from Güllük. Ephesus is located some 140 km north. On the way Euromos can be visited, with its temple of Zeus, and Herakleia, with its temple of Athena and long city walls. On a hill high above Milas is Labranda, a site once dedicated to Zeus. The historic city of Istanbul is well worth a visit, either as a stop over at the beginning or the end of your holiday, or by taking a flight from the local airport. The historic old town is easily reached by local transport (train and tram) from Ataturk airport. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4716064)

90,030 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:40
·  143 m²
·  Yatak odası: 3

Semi detached fully furnished 3 bedrooms, 3 bathroom duplex villa. Centrally located in Konacik on a flat location and set amidst olive and pine trees, this complex has 2 communal swimming pools and is just five minutes from Bodrum town centre. Excellent transport links to all of Bodrum Peninsula. THE KONACIK-BODRUM PROPERTY On the ground there is an open plan living/dining/kitchen with integrated stainless steel appliances. The entrance hall has built in cupboards which house the hot water boiler and washing machine. There are sliding patio doors to the balcony. This area has been enclosed to provide a large sitting/dining sun room. There is a separate WC on this floor. The wooden stairwell opens on to the gallery landing, which acts as a separate lounge area. There are 3 double bedrooms, all with terraces and built in wardrobes on this floor and a separate family shower room. The master bedroom has an en-suite jacuzzi bathroom. The villa is for sale fully furnished and equipped. It has travertine flooring and air conditioning units throughout. PROPERTY LOCATION Distance to Bodrum Town: 1 KM Distance to Bodrum Airport: 36 KM KONACIK Konacik, a town of stark contrasts, is located inland on the arterial road connecting Bodrum with the peninsula’s other resorts. The town grew out of a sleepy village which nestled in the foothills of a mountain range fronted by plains that roll away towards the bays of Gumbet and Bitez. Here there is still a community with traditional values and a lifestyle unchanged for decades, rubbing shoulders with ever snowballing modern expansion. Ease of access to the rest of the peninsula together with Konacik’s proximity to Bodrum has attracted much investment of late with the development of new roads, new homes, a college, supermarkets, shopping centres and every type of business premise imaginable lining either side of the main road – definitely an up and coming commercial suburb with rapidly gaining popularity. One of the more prominent developments is the Oasis Shopping, Culture and Entertainment Centre - home to designer label boutiques, jewellers, home textiles and furnishing stores and gift shops. There are amusements and entertainments for all ages including a carousel and rides for toddlers, bouncy castle and playground, arcades, a multi-theatre cinema and a ten pin bowling alley. Plenty of ATM’s too. (Just in case!) Bedecked with contemporarily designed fountains, waterfalls, lily ponds & lush Mediterranean planting of cacti, aloe vera, olive trees, palms and bougainvillea, the centre boasts a fantastic selection of café/bars and restaurants to suit every taste. It is a hive of activity throughout the year often hosting live music performances to entertain the assembly of “beautiful people” people watching the other “beautiful people”. Konacik is built on the site of the ancient Lelegian city of Pedasa which in its day was also regarded as an important trade centre. The local inhabitants were made infamous by Herodotus “The Father of History” who recorded their bravery in resisting Alexander the Great when he marched on Pedasa en-route to Halicarnassus during his conquest of Asia Minor. Archaeological remains still scatter the surrounding countryside which has well documented walking routes for both local and organised hiking expeditions. THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is located on the southwest corner of Turkey at the point where the Aegean Sea fuses with The Mediterranean. For many hundreds of years the region has fascinated the minds and captivated the hearts of its visitors, none more so than the Turkish author Cevat Sakir who reminiscing about his first sighting wrote: “The sea cracked upon the horizon without warning like a vast blue thundering infinity, it infiltrated through alleys and courtyards with a shimmering transparent light. It sparkled to an incomprehensible depth full of yearning and beauty and terror.” On the final approach into Bodrum Town, today’s visitor is greeted by a warning penned by Cevat Sakir himself: “Hello, if you come to this top of the hill you will see Bodrum. Don’t think that you will return as the very same person as you came. To all those who came before you it happened the same. They lost their heart in Bodrum and left it.” “The Fisherman of Halicarnassus” (1890 – 1973) Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli The promise of long balmy days of sun, sand and sea in a typical Mediterranean climate has long attracted summer visitors to the Peninsula, but the once closely guarded secret that Bodrum has much more to offer is now out! Autumn, winter and spring months all pass by at a much less frenetic pace, at a warm and pleasant temperature, with a greater local intimacy and with each new season’s own inimitable style. Autumn is heralded with the Bodrum Cup, an annual event for amateur and professional yachtsmen alike, a sight to behold with hundreds of wooden yachts under full canvas. The sea is still enticingly warm for swimming, historical sites become a pleasure to visit, and of course there are the end-of-season sales! Winter is a time to relax, renew friendships, and recoup the energy depleted during the summer season. Waterfront cafes overflow with local residents playing backgammon, sophisticated restaurants offer breakfast buffets and brunch on the beach, and Christmas and New Year are celebrated with flair! As the scent of flower blossom fills the spring air, the hills and valleys refreshed by the winter’s rain are resplendent. Cool, sunny days are ideal for horse riding and hiking and the countryside teems with verdant new life beckoning the palette and artistry of the painter. The Peninsula awakens from its winter sleep and adorns itself ready for the influx of visitors promised by another summer season. Besides the obvious holiday orientated activities offered during the summer months, the Bodrum Peninsula caters for a diverse range of interests all year round. Dependant on the weather, yachts can still be chartered for the day or to sail the “Turquoise Coast”, ferries to neighbouring islands continue, and there are many sporting activities which have clubs holding regular meetings and organised training sessions. Outdoor water based sports include: fishing, sailing, diving and windsurfing whilst for more sedate water activities try indoor swimming pools, Turkish baths and health spas. There are also a number of public and privately run fitness centres, dance lessons, gymnasiums, tennis & basketball courts, football pitches, cycling and hiking clubs, golf courses and horse riding ranches. The less energetic amongst you might enjoy an hour or two at one of the many art & design exhibitions, concerts, jazz festivals, Latin evenings, quiz nights, yoga classes, language schools, animal welfare societies or mother and toddler groups. Historians and archaeologists will find that the Bodrum Peninsula’s long, rich, turbulent past under the hands of many ancient and modern civilizations has left its mark both on the landscape and the annuls of history – and well worth investigating. From as early as 1100 BC the Peninsula was an area of immense global importance due to its strategic location within world trade routes, but lost its pre-eminence in 400 AD with the prosperity of the Byzantine Empire and its capital Constantinople. Over the centuries the area has been conquered by Ancient Greeks, Persians, Byzantines, Egyptians, Ottomans, and as recently as 1919 the Italians. After the War of Independence in 1922 a peaceful tranquillity descended over this idyllic area which mixed together intoxicatingly with its climate and outstanding natural beauty resulting in its emergence as a tourist destination in 1985. BODRUM TOWN Bodrum town with its vivacious, Bohemian atmosphere adoringly drapes itself around an impressive medieval castle which guards the entrance to the town's dazzlingly blue and markedly different east and west bays. A majestic part of the Bodrum skyline, The Castle of St. Peter built in 1402, now serves as a museum specializing in underwater archaeology. During the summer months the castle is also host to many open-air concerts and the annual International Ballet Festival. Amid the myriad of winding, narrow, white-walled alleyways east of the castle, outdoor bazaars and craft stalls nestle side by side with charming local boutiques and top brand name stores. The town’s weekly clothing and food markets offer a more traditional shopping experience, whilst in the Marina on the west bay, chic and prestigious designer label shops adorn the waters edge. Although Bodrum is not particularly well known for its beach, there is a long, thin expanse of sand that lines the east bay and enjoys clear, tide less seas. The waters offshore, once a rich source for the local sponge divers are especially good for scuba diving and snorkelling with reefs, caves and rock formations to be explored and a multicoloured array of aquatic life to be seen. Wherever you are in Bodrum good places to eat and drink abound. Traditional tea gardens and coffee houses abide next to elegant cafes and patisseries; the obligatory kebab stalls next to European fast food outlets; and lokantas serving home made food on the street front next to elegant, luxurious establishments serving International and Aegean cuisine. There is no denying that Bodrum is a party town. As night draws in and evening diners leave, waterfront restaurants transform into discos and nightclubs - continuing the revelry until dawn. During the summer months the 4,000 capacity Halikarnos open-air nightclub also opens its doors and the Catamaran disco boat sails out of the harbour and anchors offshore until day break. The pace of life on the west side of the town is definitely more sedate and has a very different ambiance revolving around the long palm-lined waterfront. Cafes and restaurants hug the harbour where colourful, locally built, wooden sailing gulets moor side by side offering excursions and pleasure trips. Ferries sail to Datca and Marmaris further along the Turkish Mediterranean Coast and also to the Greek Islands of Kos and Rhodes. Bodrum Marina, at the far end of the west bay is famous for its yacht club where modern, luxury cruisers moor and the yachting fraternity wine & dine before browsing in the haute couture boutiques. The Bodrum Cup is an annual yachting regatta which encourages boatmen of all skill levels to compete. Held every October since the 1980s, the Cup is a major event that attracts entrants and spectators from all over Turkey. There are a few archaeological remains in Bodrum worth mentioning: the Myndos Gate – one of the entrances to the ancient fortified city of Halicarnassus and through which Alexander the Great entered the city; the Hellenistic Amphitheatre now completely restored and used for concerts and shows during the high season; and most worthy of note, King Mausolus’ Tomb which is one of the sole remaining seven wonders of the ancient world. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4866023)

346,408 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:39
·  160 m²
·  Yatak odası: 3

REDUCED - ONLY 3 REMAINING. STUNNING SEA VIEWS - JUST 700M FROM THE BEACH - 500M TO GUNDOGAN TOWN. BRAND NEW THREE BEDROOM VILLAS, EACH WITH PRIVATE GARDEN, LOCATED ON AN EXCLUSIVE, PRIVATE GATED COMMUNITY OF IN THE HEART OF THE FASHIONABLE SEASIDE TOWN OF GUNDOGAN. EXCELLENT FACILITIES AND LOCATION MAKE THESE PROPERTIES IDEAL PERMANENT & HOLIDAY HOMES PROVIDING A GOOD RENTAL RETURN. The complex comprises of 20 semi-detached 160m2 villas, of which there are only 3 remaining. Each villa benefits from a private garden and sea views. Prices start from Euro210,000 up to Euro295,000 depending on the villa location within the complex. The complex boasts a Communal Infinity Swimming Pool; Tennis Court; 24 Hour Security; Artesian Well; 300kw Site Generator (for the rare power cuts). Pictures are of the Show House situated in a front line position. Furniture is not included, but does include Airconditioning Units in the Living and Bedrooms; Built-in Oven, Hob and Extractor Hood. All flooring and bathrooms finished with Travertine Tiles and all bedrooms have fitted wardrobes. Choice of kitchen, bathroom and floor finishings in the remaining 3 villas. Internal Accomodation, Ground Floor: Open Kitchen/Dining/Living Room with Open Fire Place, Patio Doors accessing the Terrace/Garden and Large Picture Window; Family Shower Room; Utility Room. Stairs access the 1st Floor: Landing; Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room and Juliette Balcony; 2nd Double Sized Bedroom with Large Balcony; 3rd Double Bedroom; Family Shower Room. GUNDOGAN Travelling from Bodrum past magnificent rock formations and mountain peaks covered in pine forests brings you to the secluded village of Gundogan. Gundogan, meaning ‘Sunrise’, was once an important fishing village but its main economy now is tourism and citrus fruit growing. A few hotels and 5-star resorts dot the beach and the intimate seaside restaurants serve the fresh catches of the day. Gundogan offers a fresh sea breeze and a long sandy beach, making it popular with water-sport enthusiasts and walkers. This small village is still relatively unspoiled despite the new developments dotted around the surrounding hillsides. Gundogan offers local amenities such as a supermarket, restaurants and excellent local transport links. Gundogan also offers some interesting historical sites. The ancient Farilya and Peynir Cicegi Caves can be found here. A steep climb up the ridge just outside the upper village leads to a flight of 50 steps cut into the rock and the entrance to a small but spectacularly sited monastery. Across the bay is Kucuk Tavsan Island where an old Greek Church is clearly visible on top of the hill. THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is situated on the south west coast of Turkey and is by far the prettiest area on the South Aegean coastline. The area is steeped in history and this is still evident right across the peninsula. Take time to visit the more obvious sites such as St. Peter’s Castle, The Mausoleum, The Amphi Theatre and Myndos Gate. The Bodrum Peninsula is unique as it caters for such diverse interests. You can experience traditional Turkish life only minutes away from the hustle and bustle of a modern resort. The resorts of Bodrum and Gumbet offers a vibrant nightlife for the young and the energetic and are a shoppers paradise, whilst there are many other resorts and charming fishing villages offering peace and tranquillity and white sandy beaches. Watersport enthusiasts are more than catered for. Many of the resorts offer parasailing, windsurfing, canoeing, snorkelling, banana boats and ringos. Divers from all over the world enjoy exploring the waters around Bodrum and there is something for both beginners and advanced divers. For those of you who would like to play a round of golf , there is a brand new two 18-hole championship Golf Facility at the Vita Park Golf Resort in Tuzla, Bodrum. BODRUM TOWN Formerly known as Halicarnassos, Bodrum is home to the Mausoleum – one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Bodrum’s famous Castle of St. Peter rests between two bays, one of which houses the large Marina where the many fishing boats and wooden gullets (daily, sunset and weekly cruises) jostle with the yachts of the rich and famous. The pretty Harbour and Marina are lined with quiet bars and restaurants and has a sophisticated atmosphere where people pass many an hour watching the boats come and go. Next to the Marina is the bazaar – a pedestrianised area of narrow cobbled streets full of shops, restaurants, bars and night clubs. At the end of the bay is Halicarnoss – the largest open air disco in Europe. For those with any energy left at the end of the day there are more bars disco’s and nightclubs than you can count. They don’t close until sunrise so you can literally dance until dawn. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4894220)

378,884 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:42
·  100 m²
·  Yatak odası: 3

Excellent Value. A Traditional Bodrum Property with Sea Views just 200m easy walking distance from the beach in a central residential area close to amenities and transport links. Situated on a mature gated complex with swimming pool in Yalikavak, this fully furnished property would make an ideal holiday home or permanent residence. In need of some modernisation, hence the bargain price. This end of terrace villa is being sold fully furnished as seen and features a roof terrace, solar power, open fireplace, separate WC, internal storage and private garden. Internal Accomodation Ground Floor Open plan kitchen / dining / living room. The kitchen has fitted units, fridge freezer, dishwasher, hob & extractor fan. The living room features an open fireplace and two built-in storage cupboards; separate WC. First Floor Three bedrooms; family shower room also housing the washing machine and access to the roof terrace. YALIKAVAK Yalikavak is situated on the North West tip of the peninsula and the overland journey from Bodrum provides spectacular scenery for the voyager as the road climbs up mountain ranges presenting panoramic views across fertile valleys to the sea. At the mountain’s apex there is a windmill museum and a viewing point providing unbroken vistas of both the north and south bays. One of the largest residential resorts on the peninsula, the town is becoming ever more popular as an alternative to Bodrum. An influx of investment in the area has provided careful, exciting new developments, not least the Port Bodrum Yalikavak Marina complex with its 2,500 capacity open-air amphitheatre, designer shops, café/bars and eateries. The town centre itself with its myriad of cobbled streets, white washed bougainvillea covered houses, renovated windmill, craft shops and colourful weekly market provides a charming contrast to this newly acquired modern sophistication, which nevertheless marries delightfully. This is an all year round resort with a heart that is unhurriedly relaxed and centred on its picturesque harbour. Dotted along the extensive promenade you will find waterfront cafes and restaurants specialising in fish and seafood dishes, the perfect location to watch the sunset for which Yalikavak is renowned. Set back from the water’s edge you will find more traditional delicacies on offer and even a nightclub or two. The coastline stretches for more than 29 km and is split into many small coves and bays. The main beach in Yalikavak town is long and narrow and is quieter the further away from the harbour end of the town. Its sparkling clean sea is one of the few remaining abodes of the endangered Mediterranean Seal and therefore a protected area. The area is rich in archaeological history with the ancient city of Sandima high up on the hills above the modern town being well worth a visit. Sandima was inhabited for more than 600 years by Ottomans and Turks and was only deserted in 1965 when the last villagers moved down to Yalikavak to cultivate citrus fruits and to work in the growing tourist industry. THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is situated on the south west coast of Turkey and is by far the prettiest area on the South Aegean coastline. The area is steeped in history and this is still evident right across the peninsula. Take time to visit the more obvious sites such as St. Peter’s Castle, The Mausoleum, The Amphi Theatre and Myndos Gate. The Bodrum Peninsula is unique as it caters for such diverse interests. You can experience traditional Turkish life only minutes away from the hustle and bustle of a modern resort. The resorts of Bodrum and Gumbet offers a vibrant nightlife for the young and the energetic and are a shoppers paradise, whilst there are many other resorts and charming fishing villages offering peace and tranquillity and white sandy beaches. Watersport enthusiasts are more than catered for. Many of the resorts offer parasailing, windsurfing, canoeing, snorkelling, banana boats and ringos. Divers from all over the world enjoy exploring the waters around Bodrum and there is something for both beginners and advanced divers. For those of you who would like to play a round of golf , there is a brand new two 18-hole championship Golf Facility at the Vita Park Golf Resort in Tuzla, Bodrum. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4597395)

94,721 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:41
·  210 m²
·  Yatak odası: 4

THE GOLTURKBUKU-BODRUM PROPERTY Totally unique, stunning property set in an idyllic rural location. Newly built from local stone with solid wood beams and floors the villa has a private swimming pool, landscaped garden with its own artesian well, a separate studio apartment, hobby room and garage. Sold as seen-needs finishing. On the ground floor the villa has a reception area, kitchen, dining room, living room, two double sized bedrooms both en-suite and one with a dressing room. On the first floor there is a Master Bedroom with en-suite shower room and balcony. Accessed from the garden at basement level there is also a self contained studio apartment, and a hobby room located above the garage. Just a few minutes drive to Gundogan and Torba, 10 minutes to Yalikavak. Distance to Bodrum Town: 14 km Distance to Bodrum Airport: 41 km THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is located on the southwest corner of Turkey at the point where the Aegean Sea fuses with The Mediterranean. For many hundreds of years the region has fascinated the minds and captivated the hearts of its visitors, none more so than the Turkish author Cevat Sakir who reminiscing about his first sighting wrote: “The sea cracked upon the horizon without warning like a vast blue thundering infinity, it infiltrated through alleys and courtyards with a shimmering transparent light. It sparkled to an incomprehensible depth full of yearning and beauty and terror.” On the final approach into Bodrum Town, today’s visitor is greeted by a warning penned by Cevat Sakir himself: “Hello, if you come to this top of the hill you will see Bodrum. Don’t think that you will return as the very same person as you came. To all those who came before you it happened the same. They lost their heart in Bodrum and left it.” “The Fisherman of Halicarnassus” (1890 – 1973) Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli The promise of long balmy days of sun, sand and sea in a typical Mediterranean climate has long attracted summer visitors to the Peninsula, but the once closely guarded secret that Bodrum has much more to offer is now out! Autumn, winter and spring months all pass by at a much less frenetic pace, at a warm and pleasant temperature, with a greater local intimacy and with each new season’s own inimitable style. Autumn is heralded with the Bodrum Cup, an annual event for amateur and professional yachtsmen alike, a sight to behold with hundreds of wooden yachts under full canvas. The sea is still enticingly warm for swimming, historical sites become a pleasure to visit, and of course there are the end-of-season sales! Winter is a time to relax, renew friendships, and recoup the energy depleted during the summer season. Waterfront cafes overflow with local residents playing backgammon, sophisticated restaurants offer breakfast buffets and brunch on the beach, and Christmas and New Year are celebrated with flair! As the scent of flower blossom fills the spring air, the hills and valleys refreshed by the winter’s rain are resplendent. Cool, sunny days are ideal for horse riding and hiking and the countryside teems with verdant new life beckoning the palette and artistry of the painter. The Peninsula awakens from its winter sleep and adorns itself ready for the influx of visitors promised by another summer season. Besides the obvious holiday orientated activities offered during the summer months, the Bodrum Peninsula caters for a diverse range of interests all year round. Dependant on the weather, yachts can still be chartered for the day or to sail the “Turquoise Coast”, ferries to neighbouring islands continue, and there are many sporting activities which have clubs holding regular meetings and organised training sessions. Outdoor water based sports include: fishing, sailing, diving and windsurfing whilst for more sedate water activities try indoor swimming pools, Turkish baths and health spas. There are also a number of public and privately run fitness centres, dance lessons, gymnasiums, tennis & basketball courts, football pitches, cycling and hiking clubs, golf courses and horse riding ranches. The less energetic amongst you might enjoy an hour or two at one of the many art & design exhibitions, concerts, jazz festivals, Latin evenings, quiz nights, yoga classes, language schools, animal welfare societies or mother and toddler groups. Historians and archaeologists will find that the Bodrum Peninsula’s long, rich, turbulent past under the hands of many ancient and modern civilizations has left its mark both on the landscape and the annuls of history – and well worth investigating. From as early as 1100 BC the Peninsula was an area of immense global importance due to its strategic location within world trade routes, but lost its pre-eminence in 400 AD with the prosperity of the Byzantine Empire and its capital Constantinople. Over the centuries the area has been conquered by Ancient Greeks, Persians, Byzantines, Egyptians, Ottomans, and as recently as 1919 the Italians. After the War of Independence in 1922 a peaceful tranquillity descended over this idyllic area which mixed together intoxicatingly with its climate and outstanding natural beauty resulting in its emergence as a tourist destination in 1985. BODRUM TOWN Bodrum town with its vivacious, Bohemian atmosphere adoringly drapes itself around an impressive medieval castle which guards the entrance to the town's dazzlingly blue and markedly different east and west bays. A majestic part of the Bodrum skyline, The Castle of St. Peter built in 1402, now serves as a museum specializing in underwater archaeology. During the summer months the castle is also host to many open-air concerts and the annual International Ballet Festival. Amid the myriad of winding, narrow, white-walled alleyways east of the castle, outdoor bazaars and craft stalls nestle side by side with charming local boutiques and top brand name stores. The town’s weekly clothing and food markets offer a more traditional shopping experience, whilst in the Marina on the west bay, chic and prestigious designer label shops adorn the waters edge. Although Bodrum is not particularly well known for its beach, there is a long, thin expanse of sand that lines the east bay and enjoys clear, tide less seas. The waters offshore, once a rich source for the local sponge divers are especially good for scuba diving and snorkelling with reefs, caves and rock formations to be explored and a multicoloured array of aquatic life to be seen. Wherever you are in Bodrum good places to eat and drink abound. Traditional tea gardens and coffee houses abide next to elegant cafes and patisseries; the obligatory kebab stalls next to European fast food outlets; and lokantas serving home made food on the street front next to elegant, luxurious establishments serving International and Aegean cuisine. There is no denying that Bodrum is a party town. As night draws in and evening diners leave, waterfront restaurants transform into discos and nightclubs - continuing the revelry until dawn. During the summer months the 4,000 capacity Halikarnos open-air nightclub also opens its doors and the Catamaran disco boat sails out of the harbour and anchors offshore until day break. The pace of life on the west side of the town is definitely more sedate and has a very different ambiance revolving around the long palm-lined waterfront. Cafes and restaurants hug the harbour where colourful, locally built, wooden sailing gulets moor side by side offering excursions and pleasure trips. Ferries sail to Datca and Marmaris further along the Turkish Mediterranean Coast and also to the Greek Islands of Kos and Rhodes. Bodrum Marina, at the far end of the west bay is famous for its yacht club where modern, luxury cruisers moor and the yachting fraternity wine & dine before browsing in the haute couture boutiques. The Bodrum Cup is an annual yachting regatta which encourages boatmen of all skill levels to compete. Held every October since the 1980s, the Cup is a major event that attracts entrants and spectators from all over Turkey. There are a few archaeological remains in Bodrum worth mentioning: the Myndos Gate – one of the entrances to the ancient fortified city of Halicarnassus and through which Alexander the Great entered the city; the Hellenistic Amphitheatre now completely restored and used for concerts and shows during the high season; and most worthy of note, King Mausolus’ Tomb which is one of the sole remaining seven wonders of the ancient world. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4716069)

405,947 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:41
·  85 m²
·  Yatak odası: 2

THE GOLTURKBUKU-BODRUM PROPERTY NEWLY BUILT DETACHED STONE HOUSE. Charming villa located in a beautiful, secluded, rural hamlet in the foothills and pine forests between Torba and Gundogan. Built from local stone and wooden beams, this desireable property is full of character and a rare find. 5 mins drive to Gundogan & Torba. The ground floor has a separate kitchen, living area and downstairs cloakroom. Solid wood treads cover the stairs leading to the first floor where there is a family shower room and two double sized bedrooms one having access to a balcony with views over the surrounding countryside. The villa has a front garden and rear courtyard terrace. PROPERTY LOCATION Distance to Bodrum Town: 14 km Distance to Bodrum Airport: 41 km THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is located on the southwest corner of Turkey at the point where the Aegean Sea fuses with The Mediterranean. For many hundreds of years the region has fascinated the minds and captivated the hearts of its visitors, none more so than the Turkish author Cevat Sakir who reminiscing about his first sighting wrote: “The sea cracked upon the horizon without warning like a vast blue thundering infinity, it infiltrated through alleys and courtyards with a shimmering transparent light. It sparkled to an incomprehensible depth full of yearning and beauty and terror.” On the final approach into Bodrum Town, today’s visitor is greeted by a warning penned by Cevat Sakir himself: “Hello, if you come to this top of the hill you will see Bodrum. Don’t think that you will return as the very same person as you came. To all those who came before you it happened the same. They lost their heart in Bodrum and left it.” “The Fisherman of Halicarnassus” (1890 – 1973) Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli The promise of long balmy days of sun, sand and sea in a typical Mediterranean climate has long attracted summer visitors to the Peninsula, but the once closely guarded secret that Bodrum has much more to offer is now out! Autumn, winter and spring months all pass by at a much less frenetic pace, at a warm and pleasant temperature, with a greater local intimacy and with each new season’s own inimitable style. Autumn is heralded with the Bodrum Cup, an annual event for amateur and professional yachtsmen alike, a sight to behold with hundreds of wooden yachts under full canvas. The sea is still enticingly warm for swimming, historical sites become a pleasure to visit, and of course there are the end-of-season sales! Winter is a time to relax, renew friendships, and recoup the energy depleted during the summer season. Waterfront cafes overflow with local residents playing backgammon, sophisticated restaurants offer breakfast buffets and brunch on the beach, and Christmas and New Year are celebrated with flair! As the scent of flower blossom fills the spring air, the hills and valleys refreshed by the winter’s rain are resplendent. Cool, sunny days are ideal for horse riding and hiking and the countryside teems with verdant new life beckoning the palette and artistry of the painter. The Peninsula awakens from its winter sleep and adorns itself ready for the influx of visitors promised by another summer season. Besides the obvious holiday orientated activities offered during the summer months, the Bodrum Peninsula caters for a diverse range of interests all year round. Dependant on the weather, yachts can still be chartered for the day or to sail the “Turquoise Coast”, ferries to neighbouring islands continue, and there are many sporting activities which have clubs holding regular meetings and organised training sessions. Outdoor water based sports include: fishing, sailing, diving and windsurfing whilst for more sedate water activities try indoor swimming pools, Turkish baths and health spas. There are also a number of public and privately run fitness centres, dance lessons, gymnasiums, tennis & basketball courts, football pitches, cycling and hiking clubs, golf courses and horse riding ranches. The less energetic amongst you might enjoy an hour or two at one of the many art & design exhibitions, concerts, jazz festivals, Latin evenings, quiz nights, yoga classes, language schools, animal welfare societies or mother and toddler groups. Historians and archaeologists will find that the Bodrum Peninsula’s long, rich, turbulent past under the hands of many ancient and modern civilizations has left its mark both on the landscape and the annuls of history – and well worth investigating. From as early as 1100 BC the Peninsula was an area of immense global importance due to its strategic location within world trade routes, but lost its pre-eminence in 400 AD with the prosperity of the Byzantine Empire and its capital Constantinople. Over the centuries the area has been conquered by Ancient Greeks, Persians, Byzantines, Egyptians, Ottomans, and as recently as 1919 the Italians. After the War of Independence in 1922 a peaceful tranquillity descended over this idyllic area which mixed together intoxicatingly with its climate and outstanding natural beauty resulting in its emergence as a tourist destination in 1985. BODRUM TOWN Bodrum town with its vivacious, Bohemian atmosphere adoringly drapes itself around an impressive medieval castle which guards the entrance to the town's dazzlingly blue and markedly different east and west bays. A majestic part of the Bodrum skyline, The Castle of St. Peter built in 1402, now serves as a museum specializing in underwater archaeology. During the summer months the castle is also host to many open-air concerts and the annual International Ballet Festival. Amid the myriad of winding, narrow, white-walled alleyways east of the castle, outdoor bazaars and craft stalls nestle side by side with charming local boutiques and top brand name stores. The town’s weekly clothing and food markets offer a more traditional shopping experience, whilst in the Marina on the west bay, chic and prestigious designer label shops adorn the waters edge. Although Bodrum is not particularly well known for its beach, there is a long, thin expanse of sand that lines the east bay and enjoys clear, tide less seas. The waters offshore, once a rich source for the local sponge divers are especially good for scuba diving and snorkelling with reefs, caves and rock formations to be explored and a multicoloured array of aquatic life to be seen. Wherever you are in Bodrum good places to eat and drink abound. Traditional tea gardens and coffee houses abide next to elegant cafes and patisseries; the obligatory kebab stalls next to European fast food outlets; and lokantas serving home made food on the street front next to elegant, luxurious establishments serving International and Aegean cuisine. There is no denying that Bodrum is a party town. As night draws in and evening diners leave, waterfront restaurants transform into discos and nightclubs - continuing the revelry until dawn. During the summer months the 4,000 capacity Halikarnos open-air nightclub also opens its doors and the Catamaran disco boat sails out of the harbour and anchors offshore until day break. The pace of life on the west side of the town is definitely more sedate and has a very different ambiance revolving around the long palm-lined waterfront. Cafes and restaurants hug the harbour where colourful, locally built, wooden sailing gulets moor side by side offering excursions and pleasure trips. Ferries sail to Datca and Marmaris further along the Turkish Mediterranean Coast and also to the Greek Islands of Kos and Rhodes. Bodrum Marina, at the far end of the west bay is famous for its yacht club where modern, luxury cruisers moor and the yachting fraternity wine & dine before browsing in the haute couture boutiques. The Bodrum Cup is an annual yachting regatta which encourages boatmen of all skill levels to compete. Held every October since the 1980s, the Cup is a major event that attracts entrants and spectators from all over Turkey. There are a few archaeological remains in Bodrum worth mentioning: the Myndos Gate – one of the entrances to the ancient fortified city of Halicarnassus and through which Alexander the Great entered the city; the Hellenistic Amphitheatre now completely restored and used for concerts and shows during the high season; and most worthy of note, King Mausolus’ Tomb which is one of the sole remaining seven wonders of the ancient world. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4716068)

216,505 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:42
·  143 m²
·  Yatak odası: 3

THE YALIKAVAK-BODRUM PROPERTY FULLY FURNISHED RESALE VILLA WITH OPEN SEA VIEWS!! Located on a small private complex with a communal swimming pool just 100m from the fish restaurants on Yalikavak Promenade. Travertine flooring and bathrooms throughout, air-conditioning and built-in fireplace for the winter months. Entrance to the property is at the rear of the villa. On the first floor is an entrance hall, open-plan kitchen/dining/living room, double sized bedroom with en-suite shower room, utility room and separate WC. The first floor has two further double sized bedrooms both en-suite. Easy walking distance to town centre and served all year round by local bus route. Excellent holiday rental potential. PROPERTY LOCATION Distance to Beach/Sea: 500m Distance to Yalikavak: 1 km Distance to Bodrum Town: 18 km Distance to Bodrum Airport: 53 km YALIKAVAK Yalikavak is situated on the North West tip of the peninsula and the overland journey from Bodrum provides spectacular scenery for the voyager as the road climbs up mountain ranges presenting panoramic views across fertile valleys to the sea. At the mountain’s apex there is a windmill museum and a viewing point providing unbroken vistas of both the north and south bays. One of the largest residential resorts on the peninsula, the town is becoming ever more popular as an alternative to Bodrum. An influx of investment in the area has provided careful, exciting new developments, not least the Port Bodrum Yalikavak Marina complex with its 2,500 capacity open-air amphitheatre, designer shops, café/bars and eateries. The town centre itself with its myriad of cobbled streets, white washed bougainvillea covered houses, renovated windmill, craft shops and colourful weekly market provides a charming contrast to this newly acquired modern sophistication, which nevertheless marries delightfully. This is an all year round resort with a heart that is unhurriedly relaxed and centred on its picturesque harbour. Dotted along the extensive promenade you will find waterfront cafes and restaurants specialising in fish and seafood dishes, the perfect location to watch the sunset for which Yalikavak is renowned. Set back from the water’s edge you will find more traditional delicacies on offer and even a nightclub or two. The coastline stretches for more than 29 km and is split into many small coves and bays. The main beach in Yalikavak town is long and narrow and is quieter the further away from the harbour end of the town. Its sparkling clean sea is one of the few remaining abodes of the endangered Mediterranean Seal and therefore a protected area. The area is rich in archaeological history with the ancient city of Sandima high up on the hills above the modern town being well worth a visit. Sandima was inhabited for more than 600 years by Ottomans and Turks and was only deserted in 1965 when the last villagers moved down to Yalikavak to cultivate citrus fruits and to work in the growing tourist industry. THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is located on the southwest corner of Turkey at the point where the Aegean Sea fuses with The Mediterranean. For many hundreds of years the region has fascinated the minds and captivated the hearts of its visitors, none more so than the Turkish author Cevat Sakir who reminiscing about his first sighting wrote: “The sea cracked upon the horizon without warning like a vast blue thundering infinity, it infiltrated through alleys and courtyards with a shimmering transparent light. It sparkled to an incomprehensible depth full of yearning and beauty and terror.” On the final approach into Bodrum Town, today’s visitor is greeted by a warning penned by Cevat Sakir himself: “Hello, if you come to this top of the hill you will see Bodrum. Don’t think that you will return as the very same person as you came. To all those who came before you it happened the same. They lost their heart in Bodrum and left it.” “The Fisherman of Halicarnassus” (1890 – 1973) Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli The promise of long balmy days of sun, sand and sea in a typical Mediterranean climate has long attracted summer visitors to the Peninsula, but the once closely guarded secret that Bodrum has much more to offer is now out! Autumn, winter and spring months all pass by at a much less frenetic pace, at a warm and pleasant temperature, with a greater local intimacy and with each new season’s own inimitable style. Autumn is heralded with the Bodrum Cup, an annual event for amateur and professional yachtsmen alike, a sight to behold with hundreds of wooden yachts under full canvas. The sea is still enticingly warm for swimming, historical sites become a pleasure to visit, and of course there are the end-of-season sales! Winter is a time to relax, renew friendships, and recoup the energy depleted during the summer season. Waterfront cafes overflow with local residents playing backgammon, sophisticated restaurants offer breakfast buffets and brunch on the beach, and Christmas and New Year are celebrated with flair! As the scent of flower blossom fills the spring air, the hills and valleys refreshed by the winter’s rain are resplendent. Cool, sunny days are ideal for horse riding and hiking and the countryside teems with verdant new life beckoning the palette and artistry of the painter. The Peninsula awakens from its winter sleep and adorns itself ready for the influx of visitors promised by another summer season. Besides the obvious holiday orientated activities offered during the summer months, the Bodrum Peninsula caters for a diverse range of interests all year round. Dependant on the weather, yachts can still be chartered for the day or to sail the “Turquoise Coast”, ferries to neighbouring islands continue, and there are many sporting activities which have clubs holding regular meetings and organised training sessions. Outdoor water based sports include: fishing, sailing, diving and windsurfing whilst for more sedate water activities try indoor swimming pools, Turkish baths and health spas. There are also a number of public and privately run fitness centres, dance lessons, gymnasiums, tennis & basketball courts, football pitches, cycling and hiking clubs, golf courses and horse riding ranches. The less energetic amongst you might enjoy an hour or two at one of the many art & design exhibitions, concerts, jazz festivals, Latin evenings, quiz nights, yoga classes, language schools, animal welfare societies or mother and toddler groups. Historians and archaeologists will find that the Bodrum Peninsula’s long, rich, turbulent past under the hands of many ancient and modern civilizations has left its mark both on the landscape and the annuls of history – and well worth investigating. From as early as 1100 BC the Peninsula was an area of immense global importance due to its strategic location within world trade routes, but lost its pre-eminence in 400 AD with the prosperity of the Byzantine Empire and its capital Constantinople. Over the centuries the area has been conquered by Ancient Greeks, Persians, Byzantines, Egyptians, Ottomans, and as recently as 1919 the Italians. After the War of Independence in 1922 a peaceful tranquillity descended over this idyllic area which mixed together intoxicatingly with its climate and outstanding natural beauty resulting in its emergence as a tourist destination in 1985. BODRUM TOWN Bodrum town with its vivacious, Bohemian atmosphere adoringly drapes itself around an impressive medieval castle which guards the entrance to the town's dazzlingly blue and markedly different east and west bays. A majestic part of the Bodrum skyline, The Castle of St. Peter built in 1402, now serves as a museum specializing in underwater archaeology. During the summer months the castle is also host to many open-air concerts and the annual International Ballet Festival. Amid the myriad of winding, narrow, white-walled alleyways east of the castle, outdoor bazaars and craft stalls nestle side by side with charming local boutiques and top brand name stores. The town’s weekly clothing and food markets offer a more traditional shopping experience, whilst in the Marina on the west bay, chic and prestigious designer label shops adorn the waters edge. Although Bodrum is not particularly well known for its beach, there is a long, thin expanse of sand that lines the east bay and enjoys clear, tide less seas. The waters offshore, once a rich source for the local sponge divers are especially good for scuba diving and snorkelling with reefs, caves and rock formations to be explored and a multicoloured array of aquatic life to be seen. Wherever you are in Bodrum good places to eat and drink abound. Traditional tea gardens and coffee houses abide next to elegant cafes and patisseries; the obligatory kebab stalls next to European fast food outlets; and lokantas serving home made food on the street front next to elegant, luxurious establishments serving International and Aegean cuisine. There is no denying that Bodrum is a party town. As night draws in and evening diners leave, waterfront restaurants transform into discos and nightclubs - continuing the revelry until dawn. During the summer months the 4,000 capacity Halikarnos open-air nightclub also opens its doors and the Catamaran disco boat sails out of the harbour and anchors offshore until day break. The pace of life on the west side of the town is definitely more sedate and has a very different ambiance revolving around the long palm-lined waterfront. Cafes and restaurants hug the harbour where colourful, locally built, wooden sailing gulets moor side by side offering excursions and pleasure trips. Ferries sail to Datca and Marmaris further along the Turkish Mediterranean Coast and also to the Greek Islands of Kos and Rhodes. Bodrum Marina, at the far end of the west bay is famous for its yacht club where modern, luxury cruisers moor and the yachting fraternity wine & dine before browsing in the haute couture boutiques. The Bodrum Cup is an annual yachting regatta which encourages boatmen of all skill levels to compete. Held every October since the 1980s, the Cup is a major event that attracts entrants and spectators from all over Turkey. There are a few archaeological remains in Bodrum worth mentioning: the Myndos Gate – one of the entrances to the ancient fortified city of Halicarnassus and through which Alexander the Great entered the city; the Hellenistic Amphitheatre now completely restored and used for concerts and shows during the high season; and most worthy of note, King Mausolus’ Tomb which is one of the sole remaining seven wonders of the ancient world. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4597390)

360,842 TRY  

·  2013. ağustos 20.00:30
·  Yatak odası: 2

On The Seashore with Stunning, Uninterrupted Sea Views, A 2 Bedroom Luxury Penthouse Apartment within a Select Residential Community Representing the Chic Lifestyle of the Seaside Resort of Gundogan. Priced SIGNIFICANTLY BELOW market value, this Resale, never occupied property is a Superb Investment Opportunity. Viewing Highly Recommended. Private Facilities Private Beach Club & Platform Jetty Swimming Pool Fitness Centre & Sauna Restaurant & Bar 24 Hour Security Closed Garage Manicured Gardens Property Features Full Sea Views 105m2 Living Accomodation 2 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms Self-contained Hot/cold Airconditioning System Home Security System Suspended Ceiling  Internal Accomodation Entrance hall with alcove for built-in cupboard; 45m2 Open plan kitchen / dining /living room. Tilt & turn patio doors open on to a spacious balcony affording full sea views; A separate hallway accessing 2 double bedroom, one with ensuite bathroom & Juliette balcony; Family bathroom with walk-in shower room. GUNDOGAN Travelling from Bodrum past magnificent rock formations and mountain peaks covered in pine forests brings you to the secluded village of Gundogan. Gundogan, meaning ‘Sunrise', was once an important fishing village but its main economy now is tourism and citrus fruit growing. A few hotels and 5-star resorts dot the beach and the intimate seaside restaurants serve the fresh catches of the day. Gundogan offers a fresh sea breeze and a long sandy beach, making it popular with water-sport enthusiasts and walkers. This small village is still relatively unspoiled despite the new developments dotted around the surrounding hillsides. Gundogan offers local amenities such as a supermarket, restaurants and excellent local transport links. Gundogan also offers some interesting historical sites. The ancient Farilya and Peynir Cicegi Caves can be found here. A steep climb up the ridge just outside the upper village leads to a flight of 50 steps cut into the rock and the entrance to a small but spectacularly sited monastery. Across the bay is Kucuk Tavsan Island where an old Greek Church is clearly visible on top of the hill.    

577,348 TRY  

·  2013. ağustos 20.00:30
·  Yatak odası: 2

Stunning Sea Views AND ONLY 250m To The Private Beach Facility. A Detached Traditional Style Bodrum Property Packed with Potential Inside & Out. Situated within an established community in the much sought after & affluent Kucukbuk district of Turkbuku. Featuring a private, sandy beach and cafe/bar PLUS corner shop virtually on your doorstep. The fashionable seaside resort of Gundogan is just 3km away, convenient transport links access Bodrum, Turgutreis, Yalikavak and Gumusluk throughout the year. With a spacious, terraced private garden planted with mature fruit trees, this charming & homey villa is perfect in its current appearance. Many home owners have expanded the living accomodation to include an extra bedroom.  Property Features 85m2 Internal Living Accomodation 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom, 1 Separate WC Private Garden Superb Sea Views From The Roof Terrace Partial Sea Views From First Floor Balcony Solar Power Furnished As Seen External Storage Depo Internal Accomodation Ground Floor: Open plan split level kitchen / dining / living room; WC / Cloakroom. A generous sized terrace with access to front & rear garden, built-in BBQ. First Floor: Balcony; hallway; 2 bedrooms; family bathroom. External stairs lead to the roof terrace. GUNDOGAN Travelling from Bodrum past magnificent rock formations and mountain peaks covered in pine forests brings you to the secluded village of Gundogan. Gundogan, meaning ‘Sunrise', was once an important fishing village but its main economy now is tourism and citrus fruit growing. A few hotels and 5-star resorts dot the beach and the intimate seaside restaurants serve the fresh catches of the day. Gundogan offers a fresh sea breeze and a long sandy beach, making it popular with water-sport enthusiasts and walkers. This small village is still relatively unspoiled despite the new developments dotted around the surrounding hillsides. Gundogan offers local amenities such as a supermarket, restaurants and excellent local transport links. Gundogan also offers some interesting historical sites. The ancient Farilya and Peynir Cicegi Caves can be found here. A steep climb up the ridge just outside the upper village leads to a flight of 50 steps cut into the rock and the entrance to a small but spectacularly sited monastery. Across the bay is Kucuk Tavsan Island where an old Greek Church is clearly visible on top of the hill. GOLTURKBUKU Nestling in a bay on the peninsula's north shore are the two quaint villages of Golkoy and Turkbuku. Sheltered by two islands it is a natural haven for fishermen who still operate from the many wooden jetties along the beachfront. The area was once occupied by Greeks and it is possible to see the remains of a number of churches. The newly named Golturkbuku encompasses these two fishing villages and the area is a favorite retreat of many well known Turkish artists, actors and entertainers who enliven the small bars and restaurants. Golturkbuku combines both village life and resort atmosphere. /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Normal Tablo"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0cm; mso-para-margin-right:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:10.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0cm; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi; mso-fareast-language:EN-US;} ¬

124,490 TRY  

·  2013. ağustos 20.00:31
·  Yatak odası: 2

ABSOLUTE BARGAIN 2 BED 1 BATH FULLY FURNISHED LUXURY APARTMENT REDUCED TO ONLY £;49,999 FOR QUICK SALE. These are drastically reduced from the market valuation as a quick sale is required. VIEWING TRIPS ARE AVAILABLE TO VIEW THIS PROPERTY. CONTACT US FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. The Flamingo country club is in an excellent position overlooking the Aegean Sea and Tuzla Lake nature reserve, just 15 minutes from Bodrum airport and close to the beautiful hotspot of Bodrum and the new world class Tuzla Golf project. Situated where Tuzla Lake meets the Gulf of Gulluk in the natural harbour of Mandalya bay in the peaceful fishing village of Bogaziçi where fish restaurants line the waterfront offering the day"s fresh catch. Tuzla is famous as a natural sanctuary for birds, butterflies, and a paradise of flora and fauna, especially in the spring. Protected by Yalikavaks covered with olive groves, pine and tamarisk trees, the sweeping wetlands are formed by the inlet from the Aegean Sea. Anyone taking advantage of property for sale on Flamingo Country Club in Tuzla, Bodrum has exclusive access to a private Beach, just 500m away on foot or by cable car, where there is a fantastic restaurant, bar and water sports facilities. Close to the new 3 course Vita Park Golf Project. Vita Park promises to be one of the top golf locations in the world. Facilities: * Restaurant & Cafe Bar * Laundry * Supermarket * Shopping Area * Sauna & Turkish Bath * Heated Indoor Swimming Pool * Beauty Centre * Gym Facilities * Children Playing Area * Ground Chess * Tennis Court * Volleyball * Basketball * Water Sports * Private Beach club & Restaurant * Fishing * Taxi Service * 24 Hour Security * Shuttle Service * Management Centre * Pitch and Path Golf Area * 17 communal Pools * Amphi theatre ABOUT THE DEVELOPMENT Flamingo Country Club is a stunning new development situated in Tuzla, close to Bogaziçi village. On green slopes rising to a crest of land, with Tuzla Lake to one side and the sea to the other, the resort looks out over the lake and beyond to an awesome mountain panorama rolling into the misty distance. The project is designed with a contemporary take on the classic white-washed Bodrum houses. Holiday luxuries become the norm; for more than 9 warm months of outdoor life enjoy the sun setting over Tuzla Lake from your terrace or relaxing in the open air restaurant. Residents have exclusive access to the private Artev Beach, just 700m away on foot or by cable car, where fantastic restaurant, bar and water sports facilities face the blue expanse of Güllük. This perfect holiday retreat really caters to all with lots to do, and the option to happily do nothing at all. The five star on-site facilities include heated indoor pool, gym, sauna and beauty centre, mini-golf, tennis and a children's playground. Flamingo Country Club is an ideal investment, not least because of its prime position close to the new 3 course Vita Park Golf Project. Vita Park promises to be one of the top golf locations in the world. For both the investor and the golf enthusiast looking for solutions, property in this area is a highly attractive asset. Embraced by rolling mountains, this is perhaps one of the most beautiful locations in Turkey, and no better place to ease into the Mediterranean pace of life. At Flamingo Country Club, the private Beach is an extension of your home; perfect for swimming and snorkelling in the turquoise waters, sipping sunset cocktails at the bar while soaking up the fantastic view of the Gulf of Gulluk. Flamingo Country Club lifestyle suits everyone; families with children will appreciate the safety and community spirit, while those looking for a quieter time have the space to get away from it all. Nearby Milas (ancient Mylasa) is home to a number of fascinating sites of ancient civilization to explore. The town is also known for its fine carpets. This age-old tradition still thrives and the weavers can be seen at work in the town today. Bodrum is just 25 minutes away from the resort and offers an exciting mix of beaches, shopping, and eating out. As well as one of the most friendly and hospitable local communities in Europe, there is a large foreign population on the Bodrum peninsula. Many activities, organisations and social events are in place to make your time in Turkey a true home from home. Flamingo Country Club, in its privileged location, is a great opportunity to be able to have a piece of all this, and more Many properties on the complex are already being rented and owners are receiving an excellent rental income. Apartments Available: 1 bed 1 bath ground floor apartment 45m2 + 17m2 terrace from 74,000 euros 2 bed 1 bath ground floor 62m2 + 22m2 terrace from 83,835 euros 2 bed 2 bath first floor 64M2 + 70m2 terrace from 93,740 euros

90,208 TRY  

·  2012. kasım 17.08:42
·  80 m²
·  Yatak odası: 2

Flat Location with partial Sea Views. Fully furnished top floor apartment situated on a small complex with communal swimming pool in Gumusluk. A tranquil and flat location just a short distance from Gumusluk Village, Beach & Fishing Village, yet just 15 minutes drive to Bodrum Town. The Complex features: A large communal swimming pool, childrens pool, sunbathing terrace, artesian water supply, car parking, excellent transport links. The Apartment Features: Fully furnished as seen, airconditioning unit in living area, open fireplace, hot water heater, double glazing, mosquito screens, built-in wardrobes in main bedroom, built-in storage cupboards in living room. Internal Accomodation: Split level design with 2 double bedrooms & family bathroom at entrance level; a couple of steps down access the open plan living / dining room & kitchen with patio doors opening to the balcony. GUMUSLUK The coastal town of Gumusluk (meaning ‘of silver’) is the harbour of ancient Myndos and is one of the oldest settlements on the Bodrum Peninsula. The area is steeped in history and rich in archaeology both on land and underwater. Bring your snorkel because there is so much to see just below the water where parts of the historic city subsided. The centre – a small fishing village - has kept its charm thanks to strictly enforced buiding prohibitions. This photogenic small waterfront is home to about a dozen fish restaurants and just a few craft shops and is an ideal spot for a bit of peace and quiet. The only noise is the gentle lapping of the sea on the shoreline. From here you can walk across the sunken causeway to Rabbit Island. There are old and new developments outside the village, spreading several kilometers along the coastline. It is becoming popular with Europeans, buying their own little piece of Turkey. The area is not over-developed and provides some of the most scenic views on the Peninsula. THE BODRUM PENINSULA The Bodrum Peninsula is situated on the south west coast of Turkey and is by far the prettiest area on the South Aegean coastline. The area is steeped in history and this is still evident right across the peninsula. Take time to visit the more obvious sites such as St. Peter’s Castle, The Mausoleum, The Amphi Theatre and Myndos Gate. The Bodrum Peninsula is unique as it caters for such diverse interests. You can experience traditional Turkish life only minutes away from the hustle and bustle of a modern resort. The resorts of Bodrum and Gumbet offers a vibrant nightlife for the young and the energetic and are a shoppers paradise, whilst there are many other resorts and charming fishing villages offering peace and tranquillity and white sandy beaches. Watersport enthusiasts are more than catered for. Many of the resorts offer parasailing, windsurfing, canoeing, snorkelling, banana boats and ringos. Divers from all over the world enjoy exploring the waters around Bodrum and there is something for both beginners and advanced divers. For those of you who would like to play a round of golf , there is a brand new two 18-hole championship Golf Facility at the Vita Park Golf Resort in Tuzla, Bodrum. BODRUM TOWN Formerly known as Halicarnassos, Bodrum is home to the Mausoleum – one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Bodrum’s famous Castle of St. Peter rests between two bays, one of which houses the large Marina where the many fishing boats and wooden gullets (daily, sunset and weekly cruises) jostle with the yachts of the rich and famous. The pretty Harbour and Marina are lined with quiet bars and restaurants and has a sophisticated atmosphere where people pass many an hour watching the boats come and go. Next to the Marina is the bazaar – a pedestrianised area of narrow cobbled streets full of shops, restaurants, bars and night clubs. For those with any energy left at the end of the day there are more bars disco’s and nightclubs than you can count. They don’t close until sunrise so you can literally dance until dawn. (www.holprop.com - ad: TR4596956)

99,231 TRY  

·  2013. ağustos 20.00:31
·  Yatak odası: 2

DELIGHTFUL SEA VIEWS LUXURY APARTMENTS IN GULLUK PORT REDUCED TO ONLY £;54,600 FOR A QUICK SALE. WE ADVISE EARLY INTEREST AS THESE REALLY ARE A TRUE BARGAIN. ABOUT THE PROPERTIES AND DEVELOPMENT Superb complex of 2 bedroom apartments offering wonderful views of Gulluk Bay. These attractive apartments have been built to high specifications and offer a range of facilities in a great location. This apartment in Gulluk is set in a protected bay on the Aegean coast and enjoys the most remarkable and romantic sunsets. Surrounded by forests, olive, almond and orange plantations, the Bay of Gulluk is full of small-unspoilt bays, coves and beaches. Apartment on the charming hillside development of that offers breathtaking views over Gulluk Bay and located in the authentic fishing village of Gulluk at the north end of Bodrum Peninsula. The development is only 2.5 km from the town centre and 10 minutes walk to the beach. The exciting resort town of Bodrum is only 20 minutes away and the international Bodrum Airport is only 20 minutes drive. This 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Apartments includes generous living space with open plan kitchen combined with dining area, two bathrooms and two balconies/terraces. Fully fitted kitchens and air conditioning is standard - designed to the finest detail for perfect laid-back living. Naturally, they're all finished to the highest standard with fully fitted contemporary kitchens and bathrooms. But perhaps the most relaxing thing of all is the fact that each one has an uninterrupted view of the Aegean and a large terrace for sunbathing or al fresco dining with friends. If you want to leave your balcony, the complex has plenty to enjoy on site including large swimming pool, sun beds & terraces, gym, tennis courts and gardens. Overlooking the town of Gulluk, with stunning views of the Bay of Gulluk and the famous Aegean sunsets, the development is peaceful and tranquil. There are shops nearby with the main hub of the town around the port. Here you will find more choice of shops, bars and restaurants as well as a local weekly farmers market and a Migros supermarket. There are a number of beaches and beach clubs nearby to choose from - the nearest is only 10 minutes walk. A regular Dolmus (minibus) service runs along the road at the bottom of the site providing easy access to Bodrum town and the surrounding areas. Gulluk was chosen as the location for this Apartments, not just for the great views and amenities, but also for its investment potential The Vita golf course is only a short 20 minute drive away and due to the location, there is good rental potential for both holiday makers and golf enthusiasts from all over Europe. Facilities Communal facilities include: * Swimming Pool with Fantastic Sea Views * Entertaining Balcony and 2nd balcony * Tennis, Volleyball and Basketball Courts * Gymnasium * Secluded local beach. * Fabulous Landscaped Gardens * Car park * Air Conditioning * Cooker * Washing machine * Double Glazing Gulluk, Bodrum, The PROPERTY HOTSPOT The property prices in established areas such as Bodrum and Yalikavak, have risen dramatically over the last three years. These high prices have caused an 'overflow' effect which has led to buyers looking for better value in the surrounding areas. Gulluk has started to benefit from this 'overflow' and is now seeing a massive rise in popularity. Local Investment Over the past 12 months, sparked by the relocation of the commercial port and the construction of a new private yacht marina, Gulluk has proved a hotspot for property investors. The local municipality is firmly committed to establishing Gulluk as a holiday destination of choice and is actively promoting tourism in the area. This pretty fishing town is already benefiting from new shops, restaurants and bars. In addition The Vita Golf course in Tuzla is the first of many planned for the area and will undoubtedly benefit the local property market. Restricted Development Development in Gulluk is restricted to low rise buildings and with the limited availability of land, Gulluk is unlikely to be over developed, keeping property prices at a premium in the future. Area Information This attractive coastal town in the delightful Güllük Bay 25km/16miles southwest of Milas has in recent years become a popular resort catering mainly for local people but now extended to the tourist. The Historical ruins of Iasos can be reached by boat from here. The region around Güllük has seen new development with many ammenties to suit all the family are now available. Güllük, is a small harbor town with it"s own municipality within the district of Milas, situated north of Bodrum in Mugla Province of Turkey. It is a popular stopover for tourists sailing the Blue Cruise tour and also has an important port for freight ships. The town also has a freight port and acts as outlet especially for exports of several raw materials from mined in Milas district"s inner regions. Local Turkish people have long relished this charming little resort on the Aegean coast for its lovely quaint harbour and delightful beaches. It is also a working fishing village so each evening you can buy your fish fresh from the boats, stopping after for a drink at one of the bars in the harbour before strolling home. Add all this charm to beautiful surroundings, low cost of living, year round warm climate and friendly local people and it's easy to see why more and more people are being drawn to settle here from across Europe. The life is so peaceful here; you won't miss the stresses you have left behind. The wonderful climate means you won't get those winter blues. It is in a great location, not far from bustling Bodrum on the beautiful Aegean Sea and close to sites like ancient Lasos, best reached by boat from Gulluk The pretty bay has a lovely sandy beach and the clearest of clear water, the perfect place to cool down on a hot day Warm, sunny days out. You will never be bored in Gulluk as the year round warm weather means you can spend more days on the beach, swimming and topping up your tan and on other days you can play a game of tennis, walk through a leafy forest or learn a new water sport. With a low cost of living, there's nothing to stop you buying some treats at the Thursday market in Gulluk or in the designer shops or bazaars in nearby Bodrum and afterwards enjoy a meal at one of Gulluks fish restaurants.

98,510 TRY  

·  2013. ağustos 20.00:31
·  Yatak odası: 2

STUNNING SEA VIEWS LUXURY APARTMENTS WITH BREATHTAKING SEA VIEWS REDUCED TO ONLY £;49,350 FOR A QUICK SALE. WE ADVISE EARLY INTEREST AS THESE REALLY ARE A TRUE BARGAIN. ABOUT THE PROPERTIES AND DEVELOPMENT Superb complex of 2 bedroom apartments offering wonderful views of Gulluk Bay. These attractive apartments have been built to high specifications and offer a range of facilities in a great location. This apartment in Gulluk is set in a protected bay on the Aegean coast and enjoys the most remarkable and romantic sunsets. Surrounded by forests, olive, almond and orange plantations, the Bay of Gulluk is full of small-unspoilt bays, coves and beaches. Apartment on the charming hillside development of that offers breathtaking views over Gulluk Bay and located in the authentic fishing village of Gulluk at the north end of Bodrum Peninsula. The development is only 2.5 km from the town centre and 10 minutes walk to the beach. The exciting resort town of Bodrum is only 20 minutes away and the international Bodrum Airport is only 20 minutes drive. This 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Apartments includes generous living space with open plan kitchen combined with dining area, two bathrooms and two balconies/terraces. Fully fitted kitchens and air conditioning is standard - designed to the finest detail for perfect laid-back living. Naturally, they're all finished to the highest standard with fully fitted contemporary kitchens and bathrooms. But perhaps the most relaxing thing of all is the fact that each one has an uninterrupted view of the Aegean and a large terrace for sunbathing or al fresco dining with friends. If you want to leave your balcony, the complex has plenty to enjoy on site including large swimming pool, sun beds & terraces, gym, tennis courts and gardens. Overlooking the town of Gulluk, with stunning views of the Bay of Gulluk and the famous Aegean sunsets, the development is peaceful and tranquil. There are shops nearby with the main hub of the town around the port. Here you will find more choice of shops, bars and restaurants as well as a local weekly farmers market and a Migros supermarket. There are a number of beaches and beach clubs nearby to choose from - the nearest is only 10 minutes walk. A regular Dolmus (minibus) service runs along the road at the bottom of the site providing easy access to Bodrum town and the surrounding areas. Gulluk was chosen as the location for this Apartments, not just for the great views and amenities, but also for its investment potential The Vita golf course is only a short 20 minute drive away and due to the location, there is good rental potential for both holiday makers and golf enthusiasts from all over Europe. Facilities Communal facilities include: * Swimming Pool with Fantastic Sea Views * Entertaining Balcony and 2nd balcony * Tennis, Volleyball and Basketball Courts * Gymnasium * Secluded local beach. * Fabulous Landscaped Gardens * Car park * Air Conditioning * Cooker * Washing machine * Double Glazing Gulluk, Bodrum, The PROPERTY HOTSPOT The property prices in established areas such as Bodrum and Yalikavak, have risen dramatically over the last three years. These high prices have caused an 'overflow' effect which has led to buyers looking for better value in the surrounding areas. Gulluk has started to benefit from this 'overflow' and is now seeing a massive rise in popularity. Local Investment Over the past 12 months, sparked by the relocation of the commercial port and the construction of a new private yacht marina, Gulluk has proved a hotspot for property investors. The local municipality is firmly committed to establishing Gulluk as a holiday destination of choice and is actively promoting tourism in the area. This pretty fishing town is already benefiting from new shops, restaurants and bars. In addition The Vita Golf course in Tuzla is the first of many planned for the area and will undoubtedly benefit the local property market. Restricted Development Development in Gulluk is restricted to low rise buildings and with the limited availability of land, Gulluk is unlikely to be over developed, keeping property prices at a premium in the future. Area Information This attractive coastal town in the delightful Güllük Bay 25km/16miles southwest of Milas has in recent years become a popular resort catering mainly for local people but now extended to the tourist. The Historical ruins of Iasos can be reached by boat from here. The region around Güllük has seen new development with many ammenties to suit all the family are now available. Güllük, is a small harbor town with it"s own municipality within the district of Milas, situated north of Bodrum in Mugla Province of Turkey. It is a popular stopover for tourists sailing the Blue Cruise tour and also has an important port for freight ships. The town also has a freight port and acts as outlet especially for exports of several raw materials from mined in Milas district"s inner regions. Local Turkish people have long relished this charming little resort on the Aegean coast for its lovely quaint harbour and delightful beaches. It is also a working fishing village so each evening you can buy your fish fresh from the boats, stopping after for a drink at one of the bars in the harbour before strolling home. Add all this charm to beautiful surroundings, low cost of living, year round warm climate and friendly local people and it's easy to see why more and more people are being drawn to settle here from across Europe. The life is so peaceful here; you won't miss the stresses you have left behind. The wonderful climate means you won't get those winter blues. It is in a great location, not far from bustling Bodrum on the beautiful Aegean Sea and close to sites like ancient Lasos, best reached by boat from Gulluk The pretty bay has a lovely sandy beach and the clearest of clear water, the perfect place to cool down on a hot day Warm, sunny days out. You will never be bored in Gulluk as the year round warm weather means you can spend more days on the beach, swimming and topping up your tan and on other days you can play a game of tennis, walk through a leafy forest or learn a new water sport. With a low cost of living, there's nothing to stop you buying some treats at the Thursday market in Gulluk or in the designer shops or bazaars in nearby Bodrum and afterwards enjoy a meal at one of Gulluks fish restaurants.

89,037 TRY  

·  2013. ağustos 20.00:31
·  Yatak odası: 2

aPARTMENT IN A TRANQUIL SETTING IN GULLUK'S TURKEY REDUCED TO ONLY £;49,350 FOR A QUICK SALE. WE ADVISE EARLY INTEREST AS THESE REALLY ARE A TRUE BARGAIN. ABOUT THE PROPERTIES AND DEVELOPMENT Superb complex of 2 bedroom apartments offering wonderful views of Gulluk Bay. These attractive apartments have been built to high specifications and offer a range of facilities in a great location. This apartment in Gulluk is set in a protected bay on the Aegean coast and enjoys the most remarkable and romantic sunsets. Surrounded by forests, olive, almond and orange plantations, the Bay of Gulluk is full of small-unspoilt bays, coves and beaches. Apartment on the charming hillside development of that offers breathtaking views over Gulluk Bay and located in the authentic fishing village of Gulluk at the north end of Bodrum Peninsula. The development is only 2.5 km from the town centre and 10 minutes walk to the beach. The exciting resort town of Bodrum is only 20 minutes away and the international Bodrum Airport is only 20 minutes drive. This 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Apartments includes generous living space with open plan kitchen combined with dining area, two bathrooms and two balconies/terraces. Fully fitted kitchens and air conditioning is standard - designed to the finest detail for perfect laid-back living. Naturally, they're all finished to the highest standard with fully fitted contemporary kitchens and bathrooms. But perhaps the most relaxing thing of all is the fact that each one has an uninterrupted view of the Aegean and a large terrace for sunbathing or al fresco dining with friends. If you want to leave your balcony, the complex has plenty to enjoy on site including large swimming pool, sun beds & terraces, gym, tennis courts and gardens. Overlooking the town of Gulluk, with stunning views of the Bay of Gulluk and the famous Aegean sunsets, the development is peaceful and tranquil. There are shops nearby with the main hub of the town around the port. Here you will find more choice of shops, bars and restaurants as well as a local weekly farmers market and a Migros supermarket. There are a number of beaches and beach clubs nearby to choose from - the nearest is only 10 minutes walk. A regular Dolmus (minibus) service runs along the road at the bottom of the site providing easy access to Bodrum town and the surrounding areas. Gulluk was chosen as the location for this Apartments, not just for the great views and amenities, but also for its investment potential The Vita golf course is only a short 20 minute drive away and due to the location, there is good rental potential for both holiday makers and golf enthusiasts from all over Europe. Facilities Communal facilities include: * Swimming Pool with Fantastic Sea Views * Entertaining Balcony and 2nd balcony * Tennis, Volleyball and Basketball Courts * Gymnasium * Secluded local beach. * Fabulous Landscaped Gardens * Car park * Air Conditioning * Cooker * Washing machine * Double Glazing Gulluk, Bodrum, The PROPERTY HOTSPOT The property prices in established areas such as Bodrum and Yalikavak, have risen dramatically over the last three years. These high prices have caused an 'overflow' effect which has led to buyers looking for better value in the surrounding areas. Gulluk has started to benefit from this 'overflow' and is now seeing a massive rise in popularity. Local Investment Over the past 12 months, sparked by the relocation of the commercial port and the construction of a new private yacht marina, Gulluk has proved a hotspot for property investors. The local municipality is firmly committed to establishing Gulluk as a holiday destination of choice and is actively promoting tourism in the area. This pretty fishing town is already benefiting from new shops, restaurants and bars. In addition The Vita Golf course in Tuzla is the first of many planned for the area and will undoubtedly benefit the local property market. Restricted Development Development in Gulluk is restricted to low rise buildings and with the limited availability of land, Gulluk is unlikely to be over developed, keeping property prices at a premium in the future. Area Information This attractive coastal town in the delightful Güllük Bay 25km/16miles southwest of Milas has in recent years become a popular resort catering mainly for local people but now extended to the tourist. The Historical ruins of Iasos can be reached by boat from here. The region around Güllük has seen new development with many ammenties to suit all the family are now available. Güllük, is a small harbor town with it"s own municipality within the district of Milas, situated north of Bodrum in Mugla Province of Turkey. It is a popular stopover for tourists sailing the Blue Cruise tour and also has an important port for freight ships. The town also has a freight port and acts as outlet especially for exports of several raw materials from mined in Milas district"s inner regions. Local Turkish people have long relished this charming little resort on the Aegean coast for its lovely quaint harbour and delightful beaches. It is also a working fishing village so each evening you can buy your fish fresh from the boats, stopping after for a drink at one of the bars in the harbour before strolling home. Add all this charm to beautiful surroundings, low cost of living, year round warm climate and friendly local people and it's easy to see why more and more people are being drawn to settle here from across Europe. The life is so peaceful here; you won't miss the stresses you have left behind. The wonderful climate means you won't get those winter blues. It is in a great location, not far from bustling Bodrum on the beautiful Aegean Sea and close to sites like ancient Lasos, best reached by boat from Gulluk The pretty bay has a lovely sandy beach and the clearest of clear water, the perfect place to cool down on a hot day Warm, sunny days out. You will never be bored in Gulluk as the year round warm weather means you can spend more days on the beach, swimming and topping up your tan and on other days you can play a game of tennis, walk through a leafy forest or learn a new water sport. With a low cost of living, there's nothing to stop you buying some treats at the Thursday market in Gulluk or in the designer shops or bazaars in nearby Bodrum and afterwards enjoy a meal at one of Gulluks fish restaurants.

89,037 TRY  

·  2013. ağustos 20.00:31
·  Yatak odası: 2

LUXURY AT IT"S BEST APARTMENT WITH BREATHTAKING SEA VIEWS REDUCED TO ONLY £;54,600 FOR A QUICK SALE. WE ADVISE EARLY INTEREST AS THESE REALLY ARE A TRUE BARGAIN. ABOUT THE PROPERTIES AND DEVELOPMENT Superb complex of 2 bedroom apartments offering wonderful views of Gulluk Bay. These attractive apartments have been built to high specifications and offer a range of facilities in a great location. This apartment in Gulluk is set in a protected bay on the Aegean coast and enjoys the most remarkable and romantic sunsets. Surrounded by forests, olive, almond and orange plantations, the Bay of Gulluk is full of small-unspoilt bays, coves and beaches. This Apartments set on a charming hillside development of that offers breathtaking views over Gulluk Bay and located in the authentic fishing village of Gulluk at the north end of Bodrum Peninsula. The development is only 2.5 km from the town centre and 10 minutes walk to the beach. The exciting resort town of Bodrum is only 20 minutes away and the international Bodrum Airport is only 20 minutes drive. Apartment consist of 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom and includes generous living space with open plan kitchen combined with dining area, two bathrooms and two balconies/terraces. Fully fitted kitchens and air conditioning is standard - designed to the finest detail for perfect laid-back living. Naturally, they're all finished to the highest standard with fully fitted contemporary kitchens and bathrooms. But perhaps the most relaxing thing of all is the fact that this apartment has an uninterrupted view of the Aegean and a large terrace for sunbathing or al fresco dining with friends. If you want to leave your balcony, the complex has plenty to enjoy on site including large swimming pool, sun beds & terraces, gym, tennis courts and gardens. Overlooking the town of Gulluk, with stunning views of the Bay of Gulluk and the famous Aegean sunsets, the development is peaceful and tranquil. There are shops nearby with the main hub of the town around the port. Here you will find more choice of shops, bars and restaurants as well as a local weekly farmers market and a Migros supermarket. There are a number of beaches and beach clubs nearby to choose from - the nearest is only 10 minutes walk. A regular Dolmus (minibus) service runs along the road at the bottom of the site providing easy access to Bodrum town and the surrounding areas. Gulluk was chosen as the location for this Apartments, not just for the great views and amenities, but also for its investment potential The Vita golf course is only a short 20 minute drive away and due to the location, there is good rental potential for both holiday makers and golf enthusiasts from all over Europe. Facilities Communal facilities include: * Swimming Pool with Fantastic Sea Views * Entertaining Balcony and 2nd balcony * Tennis, Volleyball and Basketball Courts * Gymnasium * Secluded local beach. * Fabulous Landscaped Gardens * Car park * Air Conditioning * Cooker * Washing machine * Double Glazing Gulluk, Bodrum, The PROPERTY HOTSPOT The property prices in established areas such as Bodrum and Yalikavak, have risen dramatically over the last three years. These high prices have caused an 'overflow' effect which has led to buyers looking for better value in the surrounding areas. Gulluk has started to benefit from this 'overflow' and is now seeing a massive rise in popularity. Local Investment Over the past 12 months, sparked by the relocation of the commercial port and the construction of a new private yacht marina, Gulluk has proved a hotspot for property investors. The local municipality is firmly committed to establishing Gulluk as a holiday destination of choice and is actively promoting tourism in the area. This pretty fishing town is already benefiting from new shops, restaurants and bars. In addition the Vita Golf course in Tuzla is the first of many planned for the area and will undoubtedly benefit the local property market. Restricted Development Development in Gulluk is restricted to low rise buildings and with the limited availability of land, Gulluk is unlikely to be over developed, keeping property prices at a premium in the future. Area Information This attractive coastal town in the delightful Güllük Bay 25km/16miles southwest of Milas has in recent years become a popular resort catering mainly for local people but now extended to the tourist. The Historical ruins of Iasos can be reached by boat from here. The region around Güllük has seen new development with many ammenties to suit all the family are now available. Güllük, is a small harbor town with it"s own municipality within the district of Milas, situated north of Bodrum in Mugla Province of Turkey. It is a popular stopover for tourists sailing the Blue Cruise tour and also has an important port for freight ships. The town also has a freight port and acts as outlet especially for exports of several raw materials from mined in Milas district"s inner regions. Local Turkish people have long relished this charming little resort on the Aegean coast for its lovely quaint harbour and delightful beaches. It is also a working fishing village so each evening you can buy your fish fresh from the boats, stopping after for a drink at one of the bars in the harbour before strolling home. Add all this charm to beautiful surroundings, low cost of living, year round warm climate and friendly local people and it's easy to see why more and more people are being drawn to settle here from across Europe. The life is so peaceful here; you won't miss the stresses you have left behind. The wonderful climate means you won't get those winter blues. It is in a great location, not far from bustling Bodrum on the beautiful Aegean Sea and close to sites like ancient Lasos, best reached by boat from Gulluk The pretty bay has a lovely sandy beach and the clearest of clear water, the perfect place to cool down on a hot day Warm, sunny days out. You will never be bored in Gulluk as the year round warm weather means you can spend more days on the beach, swimming and topping up your tan and on other days you can play a game of tennis, walk through a leafy forest or learn a new water sport. With a low cost of living, there's nothing to stop you buying some treats at the Thursday market in Gulluk or in the designer shops or bazaars in nearby Bodrum and afterwards enjoy a meal at one of Gulluks fish restaurants.

98,510 TRY  

·  2013. ağustos 20.00:31
·  Yatak odası: 2

BREATHRAKING SEA VIEWS APARTMENT WITH BREATHTAKING SEA VIEWS REDUCED TO ONLY £;59,850 FOR A QUICK SALE. WE ADVISE EARLY INTEREST AS THESE REALLY ARE A TRUE BARGAIN. ABOUT THE PROPERTIES AND DEVELOPMENT Superb complex of 2 bedroom apartments offering wonderful views of Gulluk Bay. These attractive apartments have been built to high specifications and offer a range of facilities in a great location. This apartment in Gulluk is set in a protected bay on the Aegean coast and enjoys the most remarkable and romantic sunsets. Surrounded by forests, olive, almond and orange plantations, the Bay of Gulluk is full of small-unspoilt bays, coves and beaches. This Apartments set on a charming hillside development of that offers breathtaking views over Gulluk Bay and located in the authentic fishing village of Gulluk at the north end of Bodrum Peninsula. The development is only 2.5 km from the town centre and 10 minutes walk to the beach. The exciting resort town of Bodrum is only 20 minutes away and the international Bodrum Airport is only 20 minutes drive. Apartment consist of 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom and includes generous living space with open plan kitchen combined with dining area, two bathrooms and two balconies/terraces. Fully fitted kitchens and air conditioning is standard - designed to the finest detail for perfect laid-back living. Naturally, they're all finished to the highest standard with fully fitted contemporary kitchens and bathrooms. But perhaps the most relaxing thing of all is the fact that this apartment has an uninterrupted view of the Aegean and a large terrace for sunbathing or al fresco dining with friends. If you want to leave your balcony, the complex has plenty to enjoy on site including large swimming pool, sun beds & terraces, gym, tennis courts and gardens. Overlooking the town of Gulluk, with stunning views of the Bay of Gulluk and the famous Aegean sunsets, the development is peaceful and tranquil. There are shops nearby with the main hub of the town around the port. Here you will find more choice of shops, bars and restaurants as well as a local weekly farmers market and a Migros supermarket. There are a number of beaches and beach clubs nearby to choose from - the nearest is only 10 minutes walk. A regular Dolmus (minibus) service runs along the road at the bottom of the site providing easy access to Bodrum town and the surrounding areas. Gulluk was chosen as the location for this Apartments, not just for the great views and amenities, but also for its investment potential The Vita golf course is only a short 20 minute drive away and due to the location, there is good rental potential for both holiday makers and golf enthusiasts from all over Europe. Facilities Communal facilities include: * Swimming Pool with Fantastic Sea Views * Entertaining Balcony and 2nd balcony * Tennis, Volleyball and Basketball Courts * Gymnasium * Secluded local beach. * Fabulous Landscaped Gardens * Car park * Air Conditioning * Cooker * Washing machine * Double Glazing Gulluk, Bodrum, The PROPERTY HOTSPOT The property prices in established areas such as Bodrum and Yalikavak, have risen dramatically over the last three years. These high prices have caused an 'overflow' effect which has led to buyers looking for better value in the surrounding areas. Gulluk has started to benefit from this 'overflow' and is now seeing a massive rise in popularity. Local Investment Over the past 12 months, sparked by the relocation of the commercial port and the construction of a new private yacht marina, Gulluk has proved a hotspot for property investors. The local municipality is firmly committed to establishing Gulluk as a holiday destination of choice and is actively promoting tourism in the area. This pretty fishing town is already benefiting from new shops, restaurants and bars. In addition the Vita Golf course in Tuzla is the first of many planned for the area and will undoubtedly benefit the local property market. Restricted Development Development in Gulluk is restricted to low rise buildings and with the limited availability of land, Gulluk is unlikely to be over developed, keeping property prices at a premium in the future. Area Information This attractive coastal town in the delightful Güllük Bay 25km/16miles southwest of Milas has in recent years become a popular resort catering mainly for local people but now extended to the tourist. The Historical ruins of Iasos can be reached by boat from here. The region around Güllük has seen new development with many ammenties to suit all the family are now available. Güllük, is a small harbor town with it"s own municipality within the district of Milas, situated north of Bodrum in Mugla Province of Turkey. It is a popular stopover for tourists sailing the Blue Cruise tour and also has an important port for freight ships. The town also has a freight port and acts as outlet especially for exports of several raw materials from mined in Milas district"s inner regions. Local Turkish people have long relished this charming little resort on the Aegean coast for its lovely quaint harbour and delightful beaches. It is also a working fishing village so each evening you can buy your fish fresh from the boats, stopping after for a drink at one of the bars in the harbour before strolling home. Add all this charm to beautiful surroundings, low cost of living, year round warm climate and friendly local people and it's easy to see why more and more people are being drawn to settle here from across Europe. The life is so peaceful here; you won't miss the stresses you have left behind. The wonderful climate means you won't get those winter blues. It is in a great location, not far from bustling Bodrum on the beautiful Aegean Sea and close to sites like ancient Lasos, best reached by boat from Gulluk The pretty bay has a lovely sandy beach and the clearest of clear water, the perfect place to cool down on a hot day Warm, sunny days out. You will never be bored in Gulluk as the year round warm weather means you can spend more days on the beach, swimming and topping up your tan and on other days you can play a game of tennis, walk through a leafy forest or learn a new water sport. With a low cost of living, there's nothing to stop you buying some treats at the Thursday market in Gulluk or in the designer shops or bazaars in nearby Bodrum and afterwards enjoy a meal at one of Gulluks fish restaurants.

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2 BED 2 BATH LUXURY APARTMENTS WITH BREATHTAKING SEA VIEWS, ABOUT THE PROPERTIES AND DEVELOPMENT Never have we had such a great below market value opportunity. There are air conditioning units in both the 2 bedrooms and the lounge, which HAS SPECTACULAR SEA VIEWS ACROSS THE BAY. Olive Tree Apartments in Gulluk is set in a protected bay on the Aegean coast and enjoys the most remarkable and romantic sunsets. Surrounded by forests, olive, almond and orange plantations, the Bay of Gulluk is full of small-unspoilt bays, coves and beaches. Olive Tree Apartments are a charming hillside development of that affords breathtaking views over Gulluk Bay and located in the authentic fishing village of Gulluk at the north end of Bodrum Peninsula. The development is only 2.5 km from the town centre and 10 minutes walk to the beach. The exciting resort town of Bodrum is only 20 minutes away and the international Bodrum Airport is only 20 minutes drive. Each 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Apartments includes generous living space with open plan kitchen combined with dining area, two bathrooms and two balconies/terraces. Fully fitted kitchens and air conditioning is standard - designed to the finest detail for perfect laid-back living. Naturally, they're all finished to the highest standard with fully fitted contemporary kitchens and bathrooms. But perhaps the most relaxing thing of all is the fact that each one has an uninterrupted view of the Aegean and a large terrace for sunbathing or al fresco dining with friends. If you want to leave your balcony, the Olive Tree Apartments have plenty to enjoy on site including large swimming pool, sun beds & terraces, gym, tennis courts and gardens. Overlooking the town of Gulluk, with stunning views of the Bay of Gulluk and the famous Aegean sunsets, the development is peace and tranquillity. There are shops nearby with the main hub of the town around the port. Here you will find more choice of shops, bars and restaurants as well as a local weekly farmers market and a Migros supermarket. There are a number of beaches and beach clubs nearby to choose from - the nearest is only 10 minutes walk. A regular Dolmus (minibus) service runs along the road at the bottom of the site providing easy access to Bodrum town and the surrounding areas. Gulluk was chosen as the location for the Olive Tree Apartments, not just for the great views and amenities, but also for its investment potential The Vita golf course is only a short 20 minute drive away and due to the location, there is good rental potential for both holiday makers and golf enthusiasts from all over Europe. Facilities Communal facilities include: * Swimming Pool with Fantastic Sea Views * Entertaining Balcony and 2nd balcony * Tennis, Volleyball and Basketball Courts * Gymnasium * Secluded local beach. * Fabulous Landscaped Gardens * Car park * Air Conditioning * Cooker * Washing machine * Double Glazing Gulluk, Bodrum, The PROPERTY HOTSPOT The property prices in established areas such as Bodrum and Yalikavak, have risen dramatically over the last three years. These high prices have caused an 'overflow' effect which has led to buyers looking for better value in the surrounding areas. Gulluk has started to benefit from this 'overflow' and is now seeing a massive rise in popularity. Local Investment Over the past 12 months, sparked by the relocation of the commercial port and the construction of a new private yacht marina, Gulluk has proved a hotspot for property investors. The local municipality is firmly committed to establishing Gulluk as a holiday destination of choice and is actively promoting tourism in the area. This pretty fishing town is already benefiting from new shops, restaurants and bars. In addition Palm Beach, which is the nearest beach to the Olive Tree Apartments, is being extended to provide greater space and amenities. The Vita Golf course in Tuzla is the first of many planned for the area and will undoubtedly benefit the local property market. Restricted Development Development in Gulluk is restricted to low rise stucco buildings and with the limited availability of land, Gulluk is unlikely to be over developed, keeping property prices at a premium in the future. Area Information This attractive coastal town in the delightful Güllük Bay 25km/16miles southwest of Milas has in recent years become a popular resort catering mainly for local people. The ruins of Iasos can be reached by boat from here as the overland route from Euromos to the site is very poor. The region around Güllük has seen little development. The silting up of the River Degirmenderesi (Sari Çayi) has created marshy terrain and an ideal habitat for birds. Mosquitoes are in abundance too but the release of certain species of fish may well see an end to them. Güllük, is a small harbour town with own municipality within the district of Milas, situated north of Bodrum in Mugla Province of Turkey. It is a popular stop over for tourists sailing the Blue Cruise tour and also has an important port for freight ships. The town also has a freight port and acts as outlet especially for exports of several raw materials from mined in Milas district"s inner regions. Local Turkish people have long relished this charming little resort on the Aegean coast for its lovely quaint harbour and delightful beaches. It is also a working fishing village so each evening you can buy your fish fresh from the boats, stopping after for a drink at one of the bars in the harbour before strolling home. Add all this charm to beautiful surroundings, low cost of living, year round warm climate and friendly local people and it's easy to see why more and more people are being drawn to settle here from across Europe. The life is so peaceful here; you won't miss the stresses you have left behind. The wonderful climate means you won't get those winter blues. It is in a great location, not far from bustling Bodrum on the beautiful Aegean Sea and close to sites like ancient Lasos, best reached by boat from Gulluk The pretty bay has a lovely sandy beach and the clearest of clear water, the perfect place to cool down on a hot day Warm, sunny days out. You will never be bored in Gulluk as the year round warm weather means you can spend more days on the beach, swimming and topping up your tan and on other days you can play a game of tennis, walk through a leafy forest or learn a new water sport. With a low cost of living, there's nothing to stop you buying some treats at the Thursday market in Gulluk or in the designer shops or bazaars in nearby Bodrum and afterwards enjoy a meal at one of Gulluks fish restaurants.

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