In my personal opinion, Altinkum will not be where I would opt to buy a property in Turkey generally if i had an infinite sum of cash inside my banking account. I sell property in Altinkum, why do you reveal my honest opinion of it? Simply as there are many more beautiful areas to select from, depending on your preferences, however, these do come at a premium, and let’s admit it, during these events of the ‘credit crunch’, who wants to remove a mortgage loan or spend all their savings?
If you are searching for a cheap property in Turkey, Altinkum is reasonable – where else in Turkey or perhaps in fact anywhere on the Mediterranean can you receive an apartment for £18,000? Ideal for holidays with dalyan villas, getting a property there exists not past the finances of several and may provide a great holiday home to visit anytime of the year.
Situated between Izmir and Bodrum airports, Altinkum is easily accessible by air, and ferry boat. This is an area that had been favoured from the Turkish ‘city dwellers’ surviving in Izmir, Ankara or Istanbul for holiday homes which later became permanent residences for several.
Altinkum property is predominantly apartments and duplex’s around the beach areas and town, however ten minutes back in the main tourist area there are several fantastic villas which is often bought at one third of the cost of anything similar in Europe, and half the buying price of other resorts in Turkey so anyone looking for a cheap property abroad can take full advantage of what Altinkum is offering for the very affordable price.
Didim is a peninsula surrounding Mugla – around the east coast the stunning bay of Akbuk that provides some great property with stunning views, to the west the Aegean sea and Lake Bafa and the Menderes River on the north coast. Altinkum itself means ‘Golden Sands’, which indeed it does have by means of three beaches, main beach, 2nd and 3rd beaches, each providing gorgeous calm blue waters, excellent aquatic adventures facilities or boat trips inside a traditional wooden Gulet to a few of the natural coves and bays.
It is a resort excellent for families with children with its calm sandy beaches and aquapark, those searching for a lively nightlife, or for making the most of an excellent number of bars and restaurants serving all types of international cuisine. Down the promenade or around Dolphin Square, bars and discos offer a selection of entertainment from bingo to belly dancing, karaoke to nightclubs.
The region can also be famous for it’s ancient renta1s such as the Temple of Apollo at Didyama and the vast Roman ruins at Ephesus.
Many Brits have taken good thing about the cheap property in Altinkum Turkey both for holiday and permanent homes and the Turkish and foreigners live happily next to each other. So popular could it be with all the British that they have their very own English newspaper ‘Altinkum Voices’.
If you are interested in relocating to and would rather be among the Turkish instead of the British, a word of advice – living within the locals might not be everything that its cracked as much as be, I actually have lived this way within both Spain and Turkey and getting into a place having a large British population definitely have their benefits.
I actually have find some real bargains over the last month or so as being the months are visiting a close, for example a 3 bed duplex for £26,000, and also special deals that may be caused by a lowering of price, last remaining properties with an almost sold out developments which is often sold cheaply, early release prices on new developments, an extension about the payment terms, extra facilities free for example white goods or furniture package, or possibly a free viewing trip.
Altinkum, Turkey does indeed have a lot to offer – great beaches, cheap property, and lets be realistic, if so many foreigners made our minds up to create their permanent homes there, it can’t be all bad!