We have three large plots of land for sale in the Bodrum Peninsula in the South Aegean Sea region of Turkey, ideal for developing.
These are fantastic investment opportunities located only 45 minutes from Bodrum airport. Each plot is located very close to the sea and has stunning views.
Site in Gundogan
18,500 square meters – €675,000
(this site has 5% density awaiting rezoning to a higher density)
Site in Gumusluk
3,120 square meters €180,000
(this site has planning permission for 12 Units)
Site in Yalikavak
2,300 square meters – €174,000
(this site has 5% density)
Why Invest in Turkey?
With millions of residents hoping to become home-owners at some time over the next couple of years there is a shortage of suitable housing in Turkey. Turkish property prices have been rising but prices in Turkey are still considerably lower than other major tourist areas such as Spain and France making property investment in Turkey an ideal overseas property investment.
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Yalikavak is on the south west coast of Turkey on the northern side of the Bodrum Peninsula where the Aegean and Mediterranean seas meet.
It sits overlooking a large curving bay backed by wooded hills and a pretty fishing village that has not lost its tranquil atmosphere in spite of the growth on the holiday market. Bodrum Airport is about 40 miles to the east.
Yalikavak was originally a fishing village but has since developed into a popular area for property purchase. The Sheikh of Kuwait owns a villa on a 130,000 square metre site, the President of Kazakhistan has a villa there, the managers of three Turkish Football Clubs have holiday villas in Yalikavak and also the owner of Chelsea Football Club Mr Roman Abramovich has property there. It has a new multi-million dollar marina that is very popular with the yachting fraternity, also high quality local shops, bars, restaurants and beaches. The W Hotel Chain, Radisson and Sheraton Hotel groups are presently constructing new hotels in the area. Around Yakikavak Harbour is traffic free with new and old restored buildings, there is also a naturally protected reserve bay opposite Yalikavak.
Yalikavak has earned a reputation for relaxing beach breaks without the overcrowding and commercialization associated with some coastal towns. One of the main attractions of a holiday in Yalikavak is the relaxed atmosphere and ability to really immerse yourself in the local way of life. The village was once the main fishing port of the area and today Yalikavak has managed to retained the ambiance of a tranquil fishing village so you can really unwind here away from the bustle of other resorts.
The main beach is just outside Yalikavak to the north and appears to stretch for miles, the water is clean and clear and most of the main bays have Blue Flag status.
Nightlife is centered on the town’s bars and some hotels hold discos, the restaurants around the harbour are noted for their good fresh fish.
The Bodrum Peninsula
One of the unique features of Bodrum as a holiday resort is that in addition to the active recreational opportunities available by day and the unequaled Bodrum nightlife, so many more tranquil bays, beaches and villages are available to enjoy on the Bodrum Peninsula. No other area on the Turkish Aegean provides the visitor the opportunity to experience traditional Turkish life only a few minutes away from the hustle and bustle of a modern resort.
Bodrum Castle, built by the knights of St John stands as a marketplace of the great past of town and the chapel of knights in center of castle new houses a world famous Marine Antiquities Museum.
Modern day Bodrum is a small town with population of 50,000, a unique mixture of artists, craftsmen, fishermen, and a growing number of settlers from all around Europe, Americas and Australia. The bay is bordered by white houses and palm trees, the busy harbour with elegant yachts and hospitable, fun-loving folk, easy going life style creates an irresistible atmosphere for locals and visitors.
The Bodrum peninsula is now one of the most popular Turkish summer resorts, offering unrivaled nightlife and enchantment in narrow streets with an array of bars, restaurants, beach clubs and cafes.