How to dig your local scene in Turkey

How to dig your local scene in Turkey

Don’t worry that a move to Turkey will leave you isolated. Plenty of others have already made the trip and they’re out there living the good life and waiting to become your new BFF. Here are a few ideas to get you started. Social media has made it so easy for the...

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Kas and Kalkan: Turkey’s finest villages?

Dip into Turkey’s south coast as we take a plunge into the communities of Kas and Kalkan Along the fabled Turquoise coast of Turkey are the pretty villages of Kas and Kalkan. South of Fethiye and a three-hour run from Turkey’s holiday paradise –...

Legal requirements of life in Turkey

Follow our expat’s guide to Turkish law and your move – and life in this law-abiding country – should be trouble free. If you’re thinking of landing in Turkey for the long haul, or you’re considering purchasing a holiday home here, you can look forward to good...

Turkey’s wild side

Scratch Turkey’s surface and you will discover it has plenty to offer away from the resorts. If you’d prefer to purchase a property somewhere that offers a slice of authentic Turkish living, why not try these destinations for size? There’s more to Turkey than the sun,...

Untouched Turkey: Cesme and Alacati

From windsurfing to alfresco dining, the small towns of Cesme and Alacati are a cut above the average Turkish resort. Find out more… Turkey still has many wonderful places that have yet to be discovered by either mass tourism or northern European property...

Winter flights to Turkey

Turkey has always offered winter flights, but the boom in the property sector has added new impetus to the country’s flight industry. If you’re hankering for the relative warmth of Turkey this winter, then you’ll be in for a surprise. There are...

Highlights of the Turquoise coast: Marmaris to Fethiye

If you’re thinking of property buying on the west coast of Turkey, then Marmaris and Fethiye are definitely worth taking a closer look. Some of the best scenery, culture and holiday activities are on offer as you travel south from the bright lights of Bodrum....

Getting a building survey done in Turkey

When you’ve found the home of your dreams in Turkey, should you get a building survey? And if so, how? Building surveys offer peace of mind and bring the buying process to a swift – and safe – conclusion, usually. So how do you get one in Turkey? There is an...

Public holidays in 2018 in Turkey

Christmas and Easter might not be much fun, but moving to Turkey means a whole new world of fun public holidays. Diaries at the ready… The UK’s public holidays are largely based on religious holidays (although it’s funny how many of them seem to coincide with old...

Schooling for the expat child in Turkey

Finding the right school for your child is one of the biggest issues families face when they start new lives in Turkey. So what are the schools like? From those expats who have seen their children through the education system, opinions differ. Some certainly praise...

Cost of living survey | Turkey Property Guide

You’ve budgeted for your new house in Turkey, but have you budgeted for the cost of living there? To give you an idea of how much money you will need to cover all you’re outgoings, we’ve researched the cost going out, groceries, utilities and transport in Turkey. The...
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