5 favourite Turkish property hotspots


It's all very well ranking the best Turkish property hotspots in order of the number of enquiries, but sometimes you have to take a step back and look at the wider picture: districts rather than towns; provinces instead of cities. And then, of course, there are the other smaller destinations that everyone forgets about.

Not at TheMoveChannel.com. In a continued attempt to provide a detailed breakdown of Turkey's real estate market, here are five favourite property hotspots in the country:


Mugla is the centre of Turkey's Mugla Province. The region is located on the popular Aegean Coast, leaving its eponymous city to be overlook in favour of more famous beach resorts. But even away from the sea, Mugla is a popular property destination for investors because of its large university population. Combined with the city's growing tourism industry, it makes Mugla perfect not just for second homes but for buy-to-let investors too.

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Mugla province

Property in the province of Mugia is a hugely popular choice for overseas investors thanks to its location on the Aegean coast. The region incorporates agricultural areas and marble quarries inland, but the main drive for the economy is its booming tourist industry, including resorts such as Dalaman, Fethiye and Dalyan.

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Located in the Fethiye district, Hisaronu was once a quiet, peaceful village. But, as overseas visitors and investors have discovered Turkish property, Hisaronu has found a new life as one of the Mugla province's larger resorts. The stunning landscape and friendly local residents have made it especially popular with British tourists.

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Antalya province

With over 600km of coastline and enough tourists to rival France, the Turkish Riviera is located on the country's Mediterranean Coast – and at the heart of it is the Antalya province. Responsible for one-third of Turkey's total tourists, the sea resort is home to both the largest city on the South shoreline and a host of ancient cultural landmarks. With tourism and investment thriving, the number of visitors is rising every year. The population is too.

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Home to the ruined Temple of Apollo, Didim is a town with a strong sense of history. But it has even more to offer. Located on the country's Aegean coast, the plethora of long sandy beaches, watersport activities and hundreds of hours of sunshine each year draw in hundreds of visitors to Didim's property market. The town is so attractive that many choose to stay.

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